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Student
Assessment
Workbook
HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status
Student Name:_________________________________________
Due Date:__________________
Date of Submission:__________________

RTO Number 90198
© NSW Ministry of Health – June 2019
This work is copyright. It may be reproduced in whole or in part for study training purposes subject to the inclusion of an acknowledgement of the source. It may not be reproduced for commercial usage or sale. Reproduction for purposes other than those indicated above, requires written permission from the NSW Ministry of Health.
Published v1.0 June 2019
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Contents
Introduction4
Assessment Requirements4
Assessment Plan5
Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer6
Reasonable Adjustment7
Assessment Cover Sheet Requirements7
More Information?7
Glossary of Key Words7
Assessment Tasks8
Assessment Task 1 – Short Answer Activities/Diagrams8
Assessment Task 2 – Weekly Mini Quiz35
Assessment Task 3 – Case Study: Urinary System36
Assessment Task 4 – Concept Map38
Assessment Task 5 – Examination40
Assessment Task 6 – Simulated Skills41
Assessment Task 7 – Work Placement42
Assessment Task 8 – Third Party Validation43
References44
Assessment Decision & Feedback45
Record of Assessment Outcomes48
Evaluation Form51
Appendix 1. - Assessment Cover Sheet52
Introduction
Before starting work: lease read this entire document. It contains helpful information about the assigned assessment tasks and how to present your work.
This assessment covers the following Units of Competency (UOC/s):
· HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status
This unit of competency (UOC) forms part of the HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing offered by NSW Health RTO, and students must complete all assessment items to be deemed competent.
Unit Descriptors
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to obtain and interpret information about client health status and to check a client’s physical health. It requires a detailed knowledge of anatomy and physiology.
This unit applies to individuals working directly with clients and who assist in the provision of health care services. Some disciplines may be subject to state/territory regulatory determination regarding delegation and supervision.
The skills in this unit must be applied in accordance with Commonwealth and State/Territory legislation, Australian/New Zealand standards and industry codes of practice.
Assessment Requirements
For more information relating to the RTO assessment requirements, including the management of student progression, please refer to the NSW Health Student Handbook. For course specific assessment requirements, please refer to the Course Guide.
1. Students are required to complete all the assessment tasks included in this document. The assessment tasks are summarised in the Assessment Plan in this document.
2. Your assessor will discuss all of the assessment requirements with you prior to undertaking this cluster. The deadline for completion of this assessment will also be discussed at this time.
3. You can hand in your completed assessments before it is due. If however, you cannot hand it in by the due date, you will need to negotiate with your Program Coordinator prior to the assessment due date (except in circumstances that prevent you from doing so).
4. Should you fail to submit your assessment on time and without prior approval for an extension, after a period of two weeks you will be deemed not competent and your manager will be notified of this outcome. If at a later date you are able to negotiate the resubmission of your assessment with your Program Coordinator and you are deemed competent, this outcome will be changed.
5. Following submission of your assessment, you will be provided with feedback and if required, further training may be arranged to facilitate achievement of competency.
6. If on second attempt you are unable to meet the requirements, an interview will be held with your Program Coordinator to assist further development and achievement of competency.
7. The Student has the right to appeal an assessment decision at any time. (Please refer to NSW RTO Student Handbook for the Appeals process).
Your assessor will advise you of the due dates for each of the assessments, or in the case of a workplace observation/s, the date/s and time/s of the observation.
Assessment Plan
Guidelines and instructions are provided for each assessment activity throughout the document. Please familiarise yourself with these requirements prior to undertaking them.
Assessment Task 1 – Short Answer Activities/Diagrams
This assessment task will assess your knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the eleven (11) body systems in the human body. You will need to demonstrate understanding of the eleven (11) body systems, correctly label diagrams and demonstrate a basic understanding of medical terminology.
Assessment Task 2 – Weekly Mini Quiz
This assessment task will assess your knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the eleven (11) body systems in the human body. This assessment will be based on the content learnt over the semester in four (4) quizzes scheduled as per your campus timetable. You will be required to gain 70% for each Mini- Quiz in order to pass. If you do not obtain 70% on your first attempt, you are to meet with your assessor for feedback. You will be given a second attempt to obtain 70%. The Course Coordinator will arrange a date and time. All students will be given feedback on their examination regardless of the mark to identify deficit areas.
Assessment Task 3 – Case Study: Urinary System
This assessment task will assess your knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the Urinary System. You will be given a case study of a patient with Chronic Kidney Disease. You are to answer six (6) short answer activities.
Assessment Task 4 – Concept Map
You are to choose one (1) disease/disorder for one (1) patient you take care of during your work placement. You are required to design and develop a concept map to demonstrate your understanding and knowledge of common disease states, anatomy and physiology of these disease states, and the care needed for individuals with these conditions.
Assessment Task 5 – Examination
This assessment task will assess your knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the eleven (11) body systems in the human body. This assessment will be based on the content learnt over the semester. You will be required to gain 70% in order to pass. If you do not obtain 70% on your first attempt, you are to meet with your assessor for feedback. You will be given a second attempt to obtain 70%. The Course Coordinator will arrange a date and time. All students will be given feedback on their examination regardless of the mark to identify deficit areas.
Assessment Task 6 – Simulated Skills Assessment
During this Semester you are given access to the simulation laboratories to participate in clinical experience of undertaking a physical assessment including taking vital signs such as Blood Pressure, Pulse, Respiratory Rate, 02 Saturations, Temperature and Blood Glucose monitoring. You are required to be assessed as per competency requirements in the Simulation Laboratory Book 1, prior to clinical placement.
Assessment Task 7 – Work Placement
For this assessment task you are required to successfully complete two (2) weeks of clinical placement throughout Professional Experience Placement (PEP) 1.
Assessment Task 8: Third Party Validation
For this assessment task, you are to have your nursing unit manager (NUM) or clinical nurse educator (CNE) complete your performance evaluation in PEP 1.
* When assessing the learner/student by observation, the learner/student must be observed MORE THAN ONCE.
Assessments
Due Date
Assessment Task 1 – Short Answer Activities/Diagrams
Friday 16th July 2021
Assessment Task 2 – Weekly Mini Quiz
Quiz 1:
Quiz 2:
Quiz 3:
Quiz 4:

Friday 11 June 2021
Monday 28th June 2021
Monday 5th July 2021
Monday 12th July 2021
Assessment Task 3 – Case Study: Urinary System
Friday 9th July 2021
Assessment Task 4 – Concept Map
Friday 10th September 2021
Assessment Task 5 – Examination
Wednesday 21st July 2021
Assessment Task 6 – Simulated Skills Assessment
Friday 6th August 2021
Assessment Task 7 – Work Placement
Friday 27th August 2021
Assessment Task 8 – Third Party Validation
Friday 27th August 2021
Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment process that allows experienced individuals to gain a full or part qualification by producing evidence of what they already know, can do, and have done.
RPL provides an opportunity for prospective students to gain recognition based on the skills and knowledge they have recently gained through experience, as well as any training that have been completed outside of formal training arrangements.
RPL has many benefits:
· Students can finish their training earlier
· It avoids duplication of training and maximises its value
· It creates a learning culture by valuing and recognising learning that has occurred in the workplace.
You may want to apply for RPL or Course Credit. For more information please refer to the NSW Health RTO Student Handbook and discuss this with your Program Coordinator.
Reasonable Adjustment
A ‘reasonable adjustment’ is an adjustment to the assessment process or materials that allows a student with a disability fair access to the assessment, and fair opportunity to successfully complete it. Adjustments must be reasonable and must not compromise the integrity of the assessment.
Examples of reasonable adjustment could include: providing support to individual students, assistive technology, modifying the assessment process or the format of materials, or adjusting the physical environment.
Make sure you discuss your assessment needs with your Program Coordinator/assessor prior to the assessment.
Assessment Cover Sheet Requirements
Before you start the assessment tasks, your Program Coordinator/assessor will have discussed with you a timetable for submission. If you are required to:
1. Submit all tasks together at the one time, you will need to complete and provide one Assessment Cover Sheet. This will be placed as the first page or file of your submission document OR
2. Submit tasks in parts and progressively, you will need to provide an Assessment Cover Sheet for each submission OR
3. Re-submit an assessment task, you will need to submit a new Assessment Cover Sheet.
The Assessment Cover Sheet can be found in Appendix 1.
More Information?
You will find more information about assessment in the NSW Health RTO Student Handbook, including our assessment policies and procedures, as well as what to do if you do not agree on the outcome of an assessment, an assessment appeal.
Glossary of Key Words
Key Terms
Definition
Discuss
Clearly describe your ideas or opinions in more detail
Explain
To make an idea or situation clear by describing it in more detail or revealing relevant facts
List
A number of connected ideas written consecutively, typically one below the other
Identify
Clearly establish, recognise or name someone or something such as ideas and opinions
Describe
Providing a clear detailed account in verbally or writing
Define
Provide a definition of the nature, scope or meaning of something. For example: describe the meaning of the question
Assessment Tasks
Assessment Task 1 – Short Answer Activities/Diagrams
Due Date: Friday 16th July 2021

Instructions for Students
Complete all short answer activities. Please write responses in your own words.
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
Activity 1
Provide definitions for the following terms:
a) Anatomy

b) Physiology

c) Pathophysiology

Activity 2
Identify the six (6) levels of structural organisation.

Activity 3
Define Homeostasis.

Activity 4
Provide a short description of a negative feedback mechanism.

Activity 5
Provide a short description of a positive feedback mechanism.

Activity 6
Identify the following body planes.
Directional Terms
Activity 7
Define the following directional terms:
a) Anterior (Ventral)

b) Posterior (Dorsal)

c) Superior (Cranial)

d) Inferior (Caudal)

e) Lateral

f) Medial

g) Proximal

h) Distal

Activity 8
Complete the following tables for the Anterior Body Landmarks and Posterior Body Landmarks.
Anterior Body Landmarks
Region
Description
Abdominal
Anterior trunk just below the ribs

Area in front of the elbow

Armpit

Arm

Cheek area

Neck area
Phalanges

Orbital


Breastbone area

Ankle region
Posterior Body Landmarks
Region
Description
Cephalic
Head

Rounded area of shoulder closest to upper arm

Thigh

Buttock

Area of back between ribs and hips

Back of the head

Back of the knee

Area between the hips
Scapula


Area of the spine
Cells and Tissues
Activity 9
Label the following diagram:
Activity 10
Compare Mitosis and Meiosis.

Activity 11
Define Passive Transport. Provide two (2) examples of passive transport

Activity 12
Define Active transport. Provide two (2) examples of Active transport.

Activity 13
Outline the four (4) tissue types and provide an example for where each would be found.

The Integumentary System
Activity 14
Explain what constitutes the integumentary system.

Activity 15
Identify three (3) functions of body membranes.

Activity 16
Label the diagram:
Activity 17
Identify the functions of the skin.

The Musculoskeletal System
Activity 18
Identify the functions of the skeletal system.

Activity 19
Identify the classifications of bones and provide one (1) example of where they would be found.

Activity 20
Identify the three (3) types of bone cells and provide one function for each.

Activity 21
Identify the three (3) types of muscle, where they are found and if they are voluntary or involuntary.

Activity 22
Label the diagram of the skeleton.
Blood
Activity 23
Identify the different blood types.

Activity 24
Identify who are universal donors and universal recipients.

Activity 25
What is the Rhesus factor? How can this impact on giving or receiving blood?

Cardiovascular System
Activity 26
Identify the three (3) layers of the heart wall.

Activity 27
Identify the functions of the heart.

Activity 28
What would happen to a patient if the left ventricle was damaged or injured?


Activity 29
Outline cardiac conduction starting at the natural pacemaker.

Activity 30
Label the diagram of the heart.
The Respiratory System
Activity 31
Label the diagram.
Activity 32
Select one respiratory disease and complete the table below.
Disease/
Disorder
Brief Definition
Structures Affected
Signs and Symptoms
Treatment
Asthma




COPD




Tuberculosis




Cystic Fibrosis




Bronchitis




The Nervous System
Activity 33
The nervous system can be divided into:

Activity 34
The CNS consists of:

Activity 35
The PNS consists of:

Activity 36
Label the neuron.
Activity 37
Identify and outline the functions of the three (3) layers of meninges.

Activity 38
Outline and compare the two (2) divisions of the Autonomic Nervous System.

The Special Senses
Activity 39
Outline the special senses. Identify the structure and function of each special sense.

Activity 40
Identify diseases, disorders or complications of each special sense. Give two (2) examples of each.
Special Sense

Disorder/ Disease/Complication

Eyes: Vision


Nose: Smell


Ears: Hearing


Mouth/ Tongue: Taste

The Urinary System
Activity 41
Identify the structures in the urinary system. Outline the functions for each structure.

Activity 42
Identify the normal colour and consistency of urine.

Activity 43
Identify the different types of abnormal urine constitution.

Fluids, Electrolytes and Acid-Base Balance
Activity 44
Outline the fluid compartments in the body.

Activity 45
Define an electrolyte.

Activity 46
Compare cations and anions.

Activity 47
Identify the three (3) control systems of acid base balance.

The Digestive System
Activity 48
Label the diagram.
Activity 49
Complete the table below for each of the following Gastro-intestinal (GI) disorders.
Disease/
Disorder
Brief Definition
Structures Affected
Signs and Symptoms
Treatment
Gastric Oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD)




Ulcerative Colitis




Cholelithiasis (Gallstones)




Hernia




Pancreatitis




The Endocrine System
Activity 50
Outline the functions of the endocrine system.

Activity 51
Hormone levels are controlled by:

Activity 52
List the various cells in the Islets of Langerhans. Describe a function for each.

Activity 53
Label the diagram.
The Lymphatic System
Activity 54
List the lymphatic organs. Describe a function for each.
Lymphatic Organs
Function


Activity 55
Identify and compare the differences between T cells and B cells.

The Reproductive System
Activity 56
Label the diagram of the male reproductive system.
Activity 57
Label the diagram of the female reproductive system.
Activity 58
Fertilisation is defined as:

Activity 59
Provide the definition of a zygote.

Activity 60
Outline the number of chromosomes required in a zygote.

Assessment Task 2 – Weekly Mini Quiz
Pass Mark: 70%
Information for Students
· This assessment task is a written examination using multiple choice questions which assess your knowledge and understanding of HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status. The four (4) weekly mini- quizzes will assess your knowledge of anatomy and physiology of eleven (11) body systems.
Instructions for Edmodo
· You will need to log into Edmodo and put in your login details.
· You need to click on the weekly mini quiz available.
· You are not allowed to have another person login on and complete the weekly mini-quizzes on your behalf. This will result in disciplinary action and you will be referred to the student review panel.
· You need to answer all questions in the designated timeframe.
· When you have completed the weekly mini-quiz click submit for grading.
· You will be given your results straight away.
· You will be required to gain 70% to obtain a pass mark.
· If you do not obtain 70% on your first attempt, you are to meet with your assessor for feedback.
· You will be given a second attempt to obtain 70%. The Course Coordinator will arrange a date and time.
Instructions for Paper-based Examination
· Strict examination conditions will be implemented during this assessment (see Student Information Handbook).
· See timetable for sessions: examinations will be marked within 24 hours and feedback given to all students regardless of their results.
· You will be required to gain 70% to obtain a pass mark.
· If you do not obtain 70% on your first attempt, you are to meet with your assessor for feedback.
· You will be given a second attempt to obtain 70%. The Course Coordinator will arrange a date and time.
Due Date
Quiz 1: Friday 11 June 2021
Quiz 2: Monday 28th June 2021
Quiz 3: Monday 5th July 2021
Quiz 4: Monday 12th July 2021
Assessment Task 3 – Case Study: Urinary System
Due Date: Friday 9th July 2021
Word Count: 1500 words
Case Study Urinary System
Information
Mr Brian Smith has been admitted to the renal ward for investigation and management of stage 4 Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Brian has a medical history of polycystic kidney disease, diabetes and hypertension.
Brian currently takes the following medications:
Medication
Dosage
Class of Medication
Metoprolol
100mg BD
Antihypertensive
Lasix
40mg
Diuretic
Magnesium
2 tablets
Magnesium replacement
Slow K
2 tablets
Potassium replacement
Answer the following questions.
1. Identify and provide a brief introduction to Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).
2. Define the pathophysiology of the disease. Describe the structural and functional changes to the kidney.
3. Identify the signs and symptoms. Discuss whether these are long-term or short-term.
4. Identify how the CKD would be diagnosed.
5. Outline the differences between Chronic Kidney Disease and Acute Kidney Disease.
6. Identify and discuss the treatment options for the condition. Discusses medical (including medications), nursing and allied health interventions.
References
· Candidates must use at least three (3) references to support their discussion using the APA referencing style.
· You need to provide a minimum of three (3) references, two (2) textbooks and one (1) journal article.
Format
· Student name/ID on every page
· Page numbers on every page
· Case study must be typed
· Arial or Calibri font size 12 maximum
· Double spacing between paragraphs
· 1.5cm line spacing
· Clear, concise language used
· Word count (+/ - 10%)
· Accuracy/currency of data: use credible references
· Correct spelling, punctuation, grammar required
MARKING CRITERIA
To be completed by the Assessor
Student Name:

Assessment Task 3:
Case Study: Urinary System

S
NS
Comments
Provided a brief introduction to Chronic Kidney Disease.



Defined the pathophysiology of the disease.



Described the structural and functional changes to the kidney.



Identified the signs and symptoms.
Discussed whether these are long-term or short-term.



Identified how the CKD would be diagnosed.



Outlined the differences between Chronic Kidney Disease and Acute Kidney Disease.



Discussed the treatment options:
· Medical (including medications)
· Nursing
· Allied health interventions



Feedback:
Result:
Satisfactory (S)
Not Satisfactory (NS)
Date:

Assessor Name:

Assessor Signature:

Student Name:

Student Signature:

Assessment Task 4 – Concept Map
Due Date: Friday 10th September 2021
Word Length: 1000 words
Information for Students
While you are on clinical placement you are to choose one (1) patient to use as a case study to develop a concept map.
You are to choose one (1) disease state from your chosen patient to answer the questions below.
You are required to design and develop a concept map to demonstrate your understanding and knowledge of common disease states, anatomy and physiology of these disease states, and the care needed for individuals with these conditions.
You are to provide information about your chosen patient including age, gender and background and contributing factors to correctly interpret the physical health status of your patient.
Your concept map must answer the following information:
1. Identify your chosen disease/ disorder
2. Discuss the pathophysiology (structures affected, altered physiology, disease process)
3. Identify signs and symptoms (impact on the individual)
4. Identify risk factors
5. Identify how the disease/disorder is diagnosed
6. Briefly identify pharmacological and non-pharmacological management
7. Discuss prognosis
8. Outline the nursing care required (include appropriate referrals and consultation with a Registered Nurse)
References
· Candidates must provide a reference to support each of their responses using the APA referencing style.
· You need to provide a minimum of three (3) references, two (2) textbooks and one (1) journal article.
Format
· Concept mapping format only (using Word/Publisher/Excel)
· Assessment must be typed
· Page numbers on every page
· Student name/ID on every page
· Arial or Calibri font size 12 maximum
· 1.5 line spacing
· Double spacing between paragraphs
· Clear, concise language used
· Word count (+/ - 10%)
· Accuracy/currency of data: use credible references
· Correct spelling, punctuation, grammar is required
MARKING CRITERIA
To be completed by the Assessor
Student Name:

Assessment Task 4:
Concept Map

S
NS
Comments
Identified chosen disease/disorder (based on case study)



Discussed the pathophysiology (structures affected, altered physiology, disease process)



Discussed signs and symptoms (impact on the individual)



Identified risk factors



Identified how the disease is diagnosed



Identified pharmacological and non-pharmacological management



Discussed prognosis



Outlined the nursing care required (included appropriate referrals and consultation with the RN)



Feedback:
Result:
Satisfactory (S)
Not Satisfactory (NS)
Date:

Assessor Name:

Assessor Signature:

Student Name:

Student Signature:

Assessment Task 5 – Examination
Due Date: Wednesday 21st July 2021
Pass Mark: 70%
Information for Students
· This assessment task is a written examination which assesses your knowledge and understanding of HLTAA002 Confirm physical health status. This examination will assess your knowledge of anatomy and physiology of eleven (11) body systems.
· You will be given the Examination on (date)
· Strict examination conditions will be implemented during this assessment (see Student Information Handbook).
· You will be required to gain 70% to obtain a pass mark.
· If you do not obtain 70% on your first attempt, you are to meet with your assessor for feedback.
· You will be given a second attempt to obtain 80%. The Course Coordinator will arrange a date and time.
· All students will be provided with feedback on their marks regardless of pass mark.
Assessment Task 6 – Simulated Skills
Due Date: Friday 6th August 2021
Information for Students
This assessment task is a practical component which assesses your knowledge, understanding and clinical skills of the following units of competency: HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status.
You will participate in a simulated clinical experience in the following specialised skills:
· Blood Pressure (BP) – Manual
· Blood pressure (BP) – Automatic
· Temperature
· Pulse (P) – Manual
· Respiratory Rate (RR)
· 02 Saturations (Pulse oximetry/02 Sats)
· Blood Glucose monitoring (BGL)
You will be required to practice these skills three (3) times in the simulation laboratory prior to assessment.
Please review the Clinical Simulation Book 1 for further details.
Please check your timetable for dates and times of simulation.
Assessment Task 7 – Work Placement
Due Date: Friday 27th August 2021
Information for Students
This assessment task is a practical component which assesses your knowledge, understanding and clinical skills of the following units of competency:
· CHCPRP003Reflect on and Improve Own Professional Practice
· HLTAAP002Confirm Physical Health Status
· HLTENN001Practice Nursing within the Australian Health Care System
· HLTENN002Apply Communication Skills in Nursing Practice
· HLTENN004Implement, Monitor and Evaluate Nursing Care Plan
· HLTENN008Apply Legal and Ethical Parameters to Nursing Practice
· HLTENN013Implement and Monitor Care of the Older Person
· HLTINF001Comply with Infection Prevention and Control Policies and Procedures
· HLTWHS002Follow Safe Work Practices for Direct Client Care
You are required to successfully complete two (2) weeks of clinical placement throughout Professional Experience Placement (PEP) 1.
Assessment Task 8 – Third Party Validation
Due Date: Friday 27th August 2021
Information for Students
This assessment task is a written assessment which provides feedback from your Nurse Unit Manager (NUM) and/or Clinical Nurse Educator (CNE) about your clinical performance, knowledge and level of understanding during your two (2) week Professional Experience Placement (PEP) 1.
You are to arrange for your NUM or CNE to complete your Performance Evaluation – Summative Report, located in PEB 1, during each block in PEP 1.
You are required to provide feedback regarding your placement in the student feedback section of the Performance Evaluation – Summative Report.
You are to submit your completed Performance Evaluation – Summative Report to your facilitator by the due date.
References
Where you have referenced articles, books, websites etc. in your assessment answers, list these references here.
Assessment Decision & Feedback RTO Number 90198
Student Details
Name:
Enrolled in:HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status
Address:
Telephone:
Email:
Delivery Site:
Assessor Details
Name:
Telephone:
Email:

Assessment Task 1 – Short Answer Activities/Diagrams
Completed successfully
Comments
Please note which items need revision or additional information (if applicable)

Yes
No

Did the student answer all written activity questions correctly?
(Please note which questions were answered incorrectly, if applicable).



Was verbal questioning used to clarify the student’s understanding if answers were incorrect?



Did the student clarify their response and answer correctly?




Assessment Task 2 – Weekly Mini Quiz
Completed successfully
Comments
Please note which items need revision or additional information (if applicable)

Yes
No

Did the student answer all written activity mini quiz questions correctly?
(Please note which questions were answered incorrectly, if applicable).



Was verbal questioning used to clarify the student’s understanding if answers were incorrect?



Did the student clarify their response and answer correctly?




Assessment Task 3 – Case Study: Urinary System
Completed successfully
Comments
Please note which items need revision or additional information (if applicable)

Yes
No

Did the student answer all short answer questions correctly?
(Please note which questions were answered incorrectly, if applicable).



Was verbal questioning used to clarify the student’s understanding if answers were incorrect?



Did the student clarify their response and answer correctly?




Assessment Task 4 – Concept Map
Completed successfully
Comments
Please note which items need revision or additional information (if applicable)

Yes
No

Did the student answer all written activity questions correctly?
(Please note which questions were answered incorrectly, if applicable).



Was verbal questioning used to clarify the student’s understanding if answers were incorrect?



Did the student clarify their response and answer correctly?




Assessment Task 5 – Examination
Completed successfully
Comments
Please note which items need revision or additional information (if applicable)

Yes
No

Did the student achieve the pass mark of 70%?



Was verbal questioning used to clarify the student’s understanding if answers were incorrect in the Exam?



Did the student clarify their response and answer correctly?



Did the student achieve 70% in the post examination?




Assessment Task 6 – Simulated Skills
Completed successfully
Comments
Please note which items need revision or additional information (if applicable)

Yes
No

Did the student perform all required clinical skills correctly?



Did the student demonstrate the required theoretical knowledge?



Was verbal questioning used to clarify the student’s understanding if answers were incorrect?




Assessment Task 7 – Work Placement
Completed successfully
Comments
Please note which items need revision or additional information (if applicable)

Yes
No

Did the student perform all skills assessments successfully during Professional Experience Placement 1?



Was further opportunity for work placement supplied?



Did the student perform all skills assessments successfully with supplementary work Placement?




Assessment Task 8 – Third Party Validation
Completed successfully
Comments
Please note which items need revision or additional information (if applicable)

Yes
No

Did the student’s performance during Professional Experience Placement 1 meet the Clinical Performance Standards?



Was further opportunity supplied to meet the clinical performance standards?



Did the student’s performance during supplementary work placement meet the Clinical Performance Standards?




Assessor’s Feedback to Student:
Record of Assessment OutcomesRTO Number 90198
This section records all the evidence used to form the final assessment decision. Please document all types of evidence used in this assessment. This is for assessment of the following units:
· HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status
Assessment Requirements
Provided Sufficient Evidence? (Date)

Sufficient (S)
Not Sufficient (NS)
Not Provided (NP)
Date
Assessor Initials
Completion of Assessment Task 1 – Short Answer Activities/Diagrams



Completion of Assessment Task 2 – Weekly Mini Quiz



Completion of Assessment Task 3 – Case Study: Urinary System



Completion of Assessment Task 4 – Concept Map



Completion of Assessment Task 5 – Examination



Completion of Assessment Task 6– Simulated Skills



Completion of Assessment Task 7 – Work Placement



Completion of Assessment Task 8 – Third Party Validation




Initial Overall Assessment Outcome
☐ Competent☐ Not Competent
Assessor Name:
Signature:
Date: / /

Re-assessment Outcome (if applicable)
☐ Competent☐ Not Competent
Assessor Name:
Signature:
Date: / /

Program Coordinator Feedback - Only Complete this Section for Not Competent Results

Student to Complete (Only for Not Competent Results) - Please indicate below if you do not agree with the Not Competent Result
(Note: If you do not agree with this Assessment Result, you are able to Appeal this decision. Please discuss this with your Program Coordinator/Assessor)
☐ Agree ☐ Do Not Agree
Student Name:
Signature:
Date: / /
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Evaluation Form
RTO Number 90198
HLTAAP002 – CONFIRM PHYSICAL HEALTH STATUS
Please assist us to evaluate the effectiveness of this unit. Information gained from the evaluation will be used to support / improve future programs in order to better meet your learning and development needs.
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The sessions were informative and relevant to clinical practice.
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There was a good balance between presentations and interaction with participants.
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I will be able to apply the information gained through this workshop to my Current practice.

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RTO Number 90198
Appendix 1. - Assessment Cover Sheet
Units of Competency
HLTAAP002
CONFIRM PHYSICAL HEALTH STATUS
STUDENT to complete this section
Name

Address

Phone
Mobile

Work

Email

Date submitted

Student declaration – By signing below, I declare that:
· I have been:
· given fair notice of the date, time and venue for assessments
· informed of how assessment will be conducted and what is required
· made aware of my right to appeal an assessment decision
· made aware of my rights and responsibilities as an assessment candidate, and choose to be assessed at this time
· I agree to abide by the following assessment requirements:
· all work submitted which contributes to assessment will be my own work
· no part of the work submitted will be copied from any other source except where due acknowledgement is made
· No part of any assessment will be written for me by another person except where group work assessment is an integral part of the process
· I am aware that a false declaration may lead to withdrawal from training and assessment or cancellation of a Qualification or Statement of Attainment (SOA) already issued.
Student signature*

Date signed


* Students must provide a REAL signature. If submitting your portfolio electronically, either insert an electronic signature in the space above, or print this page, sign it, then submit a scan of the signed page.
ASSESSOR to complete this section
Name of assessor

Date Assessment received

RTOEO Master SAW v1.2 Apr 19 © NSW Health RTO – 90198 Page 21 of 52
PMC HLTAAP002 SAW v.1.0 Jun 19
Answered 7 days AfterMay 11, 2021HLTAAP002Training.Gov.Au

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Roopshikha answered on May 19 2021
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