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S7C6 - COMPETENCY BASED ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES FOR AIR FORCE GROUND TECHNICAL TRADES
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1. This chapter prescribes the procedures to be followed when conducting competency based training and assessments for ground maintenance activities and tasks performed by Air Force Ground Engineering (GE) personnel from the:
Registered Training Organisation
2. The Army Logistics Training Centre National Technical Training Manager (ALTC - NTTM) is the point of contact to the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) for Air Force Ground Engineering personnel.
3. The Service Administrator for Air Force Ground Engineering is the Technical Mustering Sponsor, LOGBR-AF whose responsibilities from Section 7 Chapter 1 - Aerospace Competency Standards and Assessment Procedures are extended to include regular audits of Units conducting competency assessments.
4. Following successful completion of an RTO approved Workplace Assessor Course, the RTO will ensure the correct Workplace Assessor competencies have been achieved and issue registration.
5. Following registration the Registered Workplace Assessor (RWPA) must be authorised by the IET RTO to conduct technical competency assessments within the AMO and/or training facility.
6. RWPAs are to be an authorised Trade Supervisor and assess only those UoC for which they are task authorised.
7. RWPAs may assess UoC outside of their RWPA scope provided they confirm UoC completion through the use of a Subject Matter Expert (SME) from the relevant trade. The SME is required to be authorised annually by the RTO.
COMPETENCY LOG BOOK
8. Each unit within the Competency Log Book (CLB) has provision for two signatures, these are:
Registered Workplace Assessor
9. In addition to the duties detailed in Section 7 Chapter 1, GE trade assessments may be completed under the civilian RTO at ALTC. For GE personnel under training the RTO may conduct portfolio assessments utilising the CLB or MILIS evidence to confirm competency.
10. There should be a minimum of three CLB entries for each competency element prior to assessment. This benchmark can be raised or lowered by the RWPA or RTO on a case by case basis.
Unit Training Coordinator
11. In addition to the duties detailed in Section 7 Chapter 1 and CLB Guidance, Air Force Unit Training Coordinators (UTCs) are responsible for:
12. Section 7 Chapter 1 outlines the appeals process in addition to CLB guidance.
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