The written assessment is in the form of short answer questions to test the students’ theory knowledge. Can be used as an assignment for students to complete in their own time or as a formal written test.
This assessment is designed for each student to research a particular aspect of the unit and deliver a 5-10-minute oral presentation to the class and write a brief description on the topic. This assessment is designed for the students to gain knowledge in the areas as developing their research, presentation and foundation skills, while promoting class participation.
Oral Question Report
A tool designed for trainers/assessors to ask structured and consistent questions relating to the unit in order to assess the performance evidence and knowledge evidence. This tool can give students who have difficulties with LLN the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of the unit.
The intention of this report is to provide the assessor with details of the tasks the candidate performs in the workplace and the views of the supervisor on the skills and knowledge of the candidate.
The object of this document is for the trainer/assessor to collect evidence via observation or demonstration in either a real life or simulated environment and to record that evidence.
Practical Skills Record Sheet/Cookery Skills Record Sheet
This enables students to record an event where they have used or demonstrated their practical skills. The aim is to help create a portfolio of evidence of the skills being used in a workplace environment or simulated situation.
- Benchmark Report Answers
Standard benchmark answers have been recorded for the oral question report, supervisor report and observation/ demonstration report. Utilising this document assists in achieving consistency across trainers/assessors in the organisation and gives them a point of reference.
- PowerPoint Presentation
A Microsoft PowerPoint document to support quality training. Based upon the content in the student resource, they are short summaries to support the trainer for classroom-based learning.
- Unit Marking Guide
A document for the trainer to use in order to mark the student as competent or not yet competent against the elements, performance evidence and knowledge evidence.
- Teacher Guide
This is a basis for the trainer to gather an understanding of what is required of the unit of competence, delivery and assessment suggestions, marking guides as well as further additional resources to support the unit.
- Template Lesson Plan
A generic template document for organisations to use in assisting them to create a lesson plan for the unit of competence. This template is divided between sessions of 3 and a half hours, includes PowerPoint and assignment guides.
Our mapping document maps the student resource and all assessment documents (to each assessment question) to the elements, performance criteria and the performance and knowledge evidence.
As this document is provided to you in Microsoft Word, you are able to remove forms of assessment you don’t use as well as having the option to add in your own assessment activities to our mapping document.
- Version Control
The version control document enables you to view what documents have had changes to them as well as when the document was last changed, and a brief description of what changes have been made.
Changes may be anything from minor spelling corrections, legislation and content updates or complete rewrites of content.
- Sample Answers – Activities/Assignment
Sample answers for the trainer to refer to for the formative activities and summative assignment within the student resource.
- Sample Answers – Written Assessment
Sample answers for the trainer to refer to for the written assessment.
- Hospitality Logbooks
There are some holistic hospitality units that require a logbooks for a set number of practical sessions such as 48 sessions or 12 sessions. This logbook comes included as part of the standard package.