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( 08 Fall ) Assessment CHCPRP003 Reflect on and improve own professional practice Assessment 1 Knowledge task Contents Assessment 1 Knowledge3 Part A extended response3 Part B Personal Development Plan4 Assessment 1 Knowledge Assessment Event 1 of (number of events) 3 Assessment Method Knowledge evidence Type of Assessment Knowledge task Conditions of Assessment Skills must be demonstrated in the workplace or simulated environment that reflects workplace conditions Resources/Materials to be used Facilities, equipment, resources and procedures as used in the workplace. Modelling of industry operating conditions and contingencies. Current legislation, regulations and codes of practice; organisation policies, procedures and protocols. Instructions Correctly and fully answer all questions Criteria for successful completion To achieve a satisfactory result you must answer each question with an appropriate response. This knowledge assessment is used by the assessor to assess the learner’s knowledge. This assessment forms one piece of evidence and should be used in conjunction with other forms of evidence in the assessment process. The learner must answer each question with an appropriate response to achieve a satisfactory result. Part A extended response What strategies would you employ to conduct self-evaluation? Why is it important to reflect on your own practice? How can you access information about current and emerging industry developments? How can you encourage co-workers to reflect on their work practices and evaluate their own skills areas for development and/or learning needs to improve the organisation’s professional practice? A Code of Ethics may include the following values. Select 3 of these and provide examples of how you apply these values as a professional in your industry. (approximately 200 words each) · Respect · Equity · Democracy · Honesty · Integrity · Justice · Courage · Inclusivity · Social and cultural responsiveness · Education Part B Personal Development Plan Identifying development needs (adapted from PDP survey University of Sydney, 2015) Complete the following table to indicate areas of improvement and areas where you could mentor others. Skills Poor Need help OK Can help others Able to ask questions Able to prioritise tasks Can meet deadlines and manage time Works effectively with others Able to ask for assistance Accepts feedback graciously Understands own work role and boundaries Takes responsibility for own work Considers the impact of your values and beliefs on others Considers the impact of your behaviour on others Able to manage emotions Develops and maintains comfortable relationships with co-workers Develops and maintains professional relationships with clients Manages conflict Displays empathy Displays patience Maintain confidentiality Maintains accurate records and documents Identify 2 or 3 areas where you would like to improve. Write down 2 achievable goals that will help you improve in each area. Identified Need Achievable Goals 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 1 2 Indicate which of these are Short Term Goals? (achievable in the next 6 months) Which of these are Long Term Goals? (require more than 6 months, generally less than 3 years) Are the goals you identified within your work role boundaries – responsibilities and limitations? Provide justification. For the goals you have developed, complete the following table, providing realistic timeframes and criteria you will use to measure your achievement of your goals. Short Term Goal Timeframe Criteria for success Long Term Goal Timeframe Criteria for success Investigate and provide a list of professional development activities both formal and/or informal, internal and/or external, in which you can participate, to help achieve your goals. Are there any factors, barriers or obstacles which could limit achieving your goals? How will you overcome this/these? Will you need to seek specialist advice or further training to achieve your goals? Describe at least 2 different learning styles. What is your preferred learning style?(This question requires an answer of approximately 200 words) ( 1 / 6 ) ( 1 / 6 ) ( 1 / 6 ) ( 1 / 6 )TAFE NSW Online NSW Technical and Further Education CommissionCHCPRP003Page 1 of 6 ( 1 / 7 ) © 2011 Department of Education and Communities, TAFE NSW eLearning Hub | Version: 0.0 | Created: dd/mm/2011 TAFE NSW Online ( 2 / 6 ) ( 2 / 6 ) ( 2 / 6 ) ( 2 / 6 )NSW Technical and Further Education Commission CHCPRP003 Page 2 of 6
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CHCPRP003 Reflect on and improve own professional practice
Assessment 1 Knowledge task
Contents
Assessment 1 Knowledge    3
Part A extended response    3
Part B Personal Development Plan    4
Assessment 1 Knowledge
    Assessment Event
    1
    of (number of events)
    3
    Assessment Method
    Knowledge evidence
    Type of Assessment
    Knowledge task
    Conditions of Assessment
    Skills must be demonstrated in the workplace or simulated envir
onment that reflects workplace conditions
    Resources/Materials to be used
    Facilities, equipment, resources and procedures as used in the workplace.
Modelling of industry operating conditions and contingencies.
Cu
ent legislation, regulations and codes of practice; organisation policies, procedures and protocols.
    Instructions
    Co
ectly and fully answer all questions
    Criteria for successful completion
    To achieve a satisfactory result you must answer each question with an appropriate response.
This knowledge assessment is used by the assessor to assess the learner’s knowledge. This assessment forms one piece of evidence and should be used in conjunction with other forms of evidence in the assessment process.
The learner must answer each question with an appropriate response to achieve a satisfactory result.
Part A extended response
What strategies would you employ to conduct self-evaluation?
I would employ the below strategies for conducting self-evaluation:
· Evaluating the present skills with the desired skills.
· Honestly evaluating the strengths and areas one needs to enhance
· Taking part more productively in evaluation by meeting with the superviso
· Responding to a sequence of questions, which could help them in evaluating their performance during the evaluation process
Why is it important to reflect on your own practice?
It is quite important to reflect upon your own practice. At the time when one self‐assesses he/she becomes an active contributor in his/her own assessment.  The involvement makes possible for the person to honestly evaluate the strengths and areas one needs to enhance.  The individual could take part more productively in the evaluation meeting with the supervisor.  Moreover, self‐evaluation also helps in increasing commitment for goal setting/accomplishment, competency progress as well as career planning.
How can you access information about cu
ent and emerging industry developments?
· Taking benefit of industry research as well as trends reports
· Regularly following publications and influencers within the market
· Using distinct tools and analytics approaches for identifying the course where trends are moving.
· Making it a point to su
ound oneself with intelligent people
· Building and maintaining a close team of advisers
· Asking the co
ect questions and listening to the customers
· Learn to accept--and even em
ace--change.
How can you encourage co-workers to reflect on their work practices and evaluate their own skills             areas for development and/or learning needs to improve the organisation’s professional practice?
The staff members can be simply encouraged to reflect upon their work practices and evaluate their own skills areas for development by making them attentive about the need and importance of self-evaluation upon their present and future career. Employees should be asked to respond to a sequence of questions, which could help them in evaluating their performance during the evaluation process.
A Code of Ethics may include the following values. Select 3 of these and provide examples of how             you apply these values as a professional in your industry. (approximately 200 words each)
· Honesty
Honesty within the workplace motivates a sense of trust amongst the staff members, the corporation as well as the community (Holzer and Yang, 2014). The style of leadership and atmosphere within the workplace frequently affects the degree of honesty staff members, display on job. Modifications in the manner in which the company is operated could greatly help in highlighting and encouraging honesty among the employees (Johnason, 2011). Through developing a corporate culture, which values honesty over perfectionism, the company highlights the significance of honesty. In case if the workplace is set up for punishing staff members for undertaking risks or making e
ors, the company is more expected to have employees who hide the reality or do not take ownership for their mistakes. 
· Integrity
Companies, business leaders and staff members could gain advantage from integrity within the workplace....
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