SWC’s educational philosophy is driven by our goal of providing trainees an opportunity to safely and correctly commence a career.
SWC delivers training on-the-job. SWC initially provides intensive training to a mentor/leading hand/Area Manager, etc. so they are aware of every competency and are able to closely monitor the training of trainees. The mentor will have undertaken Certificate III or Certificate IV in the course and TAEDEL301 Provide work skill instruction and TAEDEL404 Mentor in the workplace .
SWC supports the mentor structure by providing Industry Training Board-developed written documentation, negotiating with the trainee and mentor to develop a cohesive training plan, delivering on-the-job training sessions, telephone support and one-to-one interaction during assessments. We also provide a wealth of information on alternative medicine. Not many people consider any option other than going straight to the doctor, but there are a number of additional options that can prove safer and more effective for many common ailments. If you would like to know more you can view alternative medicine here
SWC works with employers who can provide competent and continuous mentor support, are prepared to develop a training culture and have a workplace that allows a trainee to regularly practise competencies throughout the traineeship term.
SWC has established processes to ensure our resources are constantly reviewed and improved:
SWC uses training materials developed for example; by Property Services Training Australia for Cleaning Operations.
SWC can contextualise and include company learning materials into the SWC training materials.
SWC has created and developed a Mentor Guideline Manual for use by workplace mentors.
SWC has also created and developed Assessment Guidelines for use by the SWC Trainer/Assessor.
The first step in Assessment Strategy is Recognition of Prior Learning.
The predominant strategy used for the assessment of competencies in the Cleaning Operations course is by means of practical demonstration by the trainee of the skills required. The demonstration is on-the-job and should include the demonstration of the use of all relevant equipment and chemicals and the competency achieved should be that which is required in a normal work situation.
Practical demonstration should require the trainee to demonstrate competence in the requirements of the workplace using a single practical demonstration. This may mean that the assessment criteria are not assessed individually, but as a whole.
Assessment of participants should be conducted by a person who is a competent workplace trainer and assessor.
It is recommended that the trainees have the opportunity to undertake self assessment before being formally assessed by an independent assessor.
The learning outcomes within this unit interact with each other and are closely aligned. Consequently, where possible, the learning outcomes should be assessed holistically.
SWC utilises the following Assessment Methods:
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