Participate in assessment validation Essay Example

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Participate in Assessment Validation

Part A: Assessment Plan for RPL process

ASSESSMENT PLAN

ation or CompetencyQualific

HLTEN511B Provide nursing care for clients requiring palliative care

This part is to be completed by the assessor. The assessor ticks each point once the candidate conforms that he/she has understood the information. The candidate must confirm that he/she understands.

  • √ Function and results of the assessment process

  • √ Pertinent units of competency – criterion against which the candidate’s performance will be evaluated are explicated to the candidate

  • √ Assessment technique, process and credentials have been explicated to the candidate

  • √ The Appeals process

  • √ Security and confidentiality of information

  • √ Special needs/Additional information

Candidate’s Name

William Lucas

Phone No.

0420 019 946

Assessor’s Name

Alexander Benjamin

Phone No.

0489 839 944

Employer Contact Details

HWI 123. Canberra: AIHW.

Phone No.

0420 029 989

Location of Assessment

Palliative Care Institution

Assessment Date

3 May 2014

Industry Specialist if required.

A Registered nurse

Purpose of Assessment:

The function of this assessment plan is to assess the ability of candidate to understand the address the need of palliative patients.

HLTEN511B Provide nursing care for clients requiring palliative care
Unit of Competency:

Performance Criteria to be assessed are:

Establish the special needs of clients who need palliative care

  • The candidate must undertake a holistic approach to assess the client (he must do this in collaboration or consultation with a registered nurse)

  • The candidate must apply the necessary principles of palliative care and fully implement a palliative care approach.

  • The candidate must apply knowledge on pathophysiological developments that accompany life-limiting sicknesses and an understanding of the wants of patients with such illnesses.

  • Conduct a proper and fruitful discussion with client/family/caregiver on the effect of the illness on their daily activities

  • Employ the understanding of physiology of dying to help client and family through the process and experience.

  • Determine special client needs dependingon social context, lifestyle, spiritual and emotional needs then document them to appropriately incorporate them in the care plan.

  • Support client/family/caregiver to ensure freedom to discus critical issues in a non judgmental way

  • Use the knowledge of psychosocial impact of palliative care on the family to support them

Participated in development of care plans for terminal ill patients

  • Design individualized care plans

  • Private emotional support and discourage

  • Take care of legal an ethical matters in care of palliative patients

Execute nursing programs for patients with life limiting conditions

  • Provide care in accordance to a properly developed care plan, documentation process and reporting changes

  • Undertake nursing interventions to facilitate daily activities and dealing with complications associated with the illness through collaboration with registered nurse

  • Avail supportive environment to the clients and family as well as caregivers

  • provide client, family, care giver adequate information on timely basis

  • Document and report all observations

  • Uphold the patients’ dignity by undertaking all necessary end-of-life care activities

  • Identify and report deterioration in health to appropriate authority

Assist in assessing patient programs for their outcomes.

  • Modification of the plans with the help of registered a registered nurse.

  • Monitor client and document outcomes of interventions

  • Reflect upon findings with the help of the effect of averter on the island

  • Analyze, document and report the outcomes of the interventions

Provide support to patient and family at the end of life and after death

  • Identify, evaluate and discus the available resources

  • Refer grieving family to appropriate counseling services

  • Care for the body with dignity based on the clients faith, preferences and others

:(Context)Conditions of Assessment

The candidate must exhibit satisfactory demonstrate knowledge that their level requires for the unit

Assessment Instructions to the candidate (related to the performance of assessment tasks):

The candidate must exhibit his essential skills and the knowledge necessary for to effectively hand the tasks associated with this competency as well as show ability to manage contingencies in the context of the past.

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Assessment Coding

  • Assessment will be corded S and NS. S for satisfactory and NS not satisfactory

Assessor Judgment Guideline

  • Candidates must understand assessors process of judgment.

Reasonable Adjustment

  • The assessment is flexible and can be adjusted according to the candidates needs

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  • It is possible to appeal the outcome is not satisfactory

Re-assessment

  • Candidates must know of the reassessment provisions available.

Organisational requirements e.g. WHS issues

Reasonable Adjustment

No adjustments needed

Methods of Assessment (Delete methods not required)

(e.g. instructions for assessors, instructions to candidate, observation checklist, marking guide, knowledge test questions)Assessment Tools

Questionnaire – Written or Oral to evaluate underpinning knowledge

Oral interview

Observation/Performance Checklists for demonstration practical skills

Checklists list for the performance will be used to collected information alongside observation

Supplementary Evidence (applicable workplace documents or third party documents)

Interviews will serve this purpose. Third parties will be interviewed. Interviews may be used alongside form secondary day analysis

Resource requirements for assessment:

The resources (Resources may include venue, personnel, materials and equipment)

necessary to assess this unit of competence include the following:

Palliative care hospitalVenue:

AssessorsPersonnel:

No specific materials is necessaryMaterials:

No specific equipment is necessaryEquipment:

Supplementary Evidence (this will be provided by the candidate as requested)

Employment Recommendation

Candidate Checklist

PREPARING THE CANDIDATE

Have a copy of the standards/benchmarks with assessment instructions ready to present to the Candidate

  1. Explain what standards/benchmarks that are expected (copy given to candidate) Y / N

  1. 3 May 2014, 11 00 amTime and Date :

  1. HWI 123. Canberra: AIHWLocation

  1. : Self assessmentGeneral instructions for Candidate e.g. PPE

  1. Check for special needs (See below): Y

  1. Check their readiness: Y

  1. Appeals Process discussed: Y

CANDIDATE SPECIAL NEEDS AND CHARACTERISTICS

NDoes the Candidate have any special needs or characteristics that reasonable adjustments will need to be catered for?

LLN Visual Hearing Physical Other

Action Plan for making reasonable adjustments:

PREPARING AND CHECKING THE ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCES

  1. Availability of Room: Y

  1. Resources___ Y

  1. YSafety:

  1. PPE & Safety: Y

  1. Other_____________________________________________________________________

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Assessment Tool Matrix

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Establish the special needs of clients who need palliative careElement 1

The candidate must undertake a holistic approach to assess the client (he must do this in collaboration or consultation with a registered nurse)1.1

The candidate must apply the necessary principles of palliative care and fully implement a palliative care approach.1.2

candidate must apply knowledge on pathophysiological developments that accompany life-limiting sicknesses and an understanding of the wants of patients with such illnesses.The1.3.

Conduct a proper and fruitful discussion with client/family/caregiver on the effect of the illness on their daily activities 1.4

Employ the understanding of physiology of dying to help client and family through the process and experience.1.5.

Determine special client needs dependingon social context, lifestyle, spiritual and emotional needs then document them to appropriately incorporate them in the care plan.1.6

Support client/family/caregiver to ensure freedom to discus critical issues in a non judgmental way 1.7

Use the knowledge of psychosocial impact of palliative care on the family to support them1.8

Participated in development of care plans for terminal ill patientsElement 2

Design individualized care plans2.1

Private emotional support and discourage 2.2

Take care of legal an ethical matters in care of palliative patients2.2

Execute nursing programs for patients with life limiting conditionsElement 3

3.1 Provide care in accordance to a properly developed care plan, documentation process and reporting changes

3.2 Undertake nursing interventions to facilitate daily activities and dealing with complications associated with the illness through collaboration with registered nurse

3.3 Avail supportive environment to the clients and family as well as caregivers

3.4 provide client, family, care giver adequate information on timely basis

3.5 Document and report all observations

3.6 Uphold the patients dignity by undertaking all necessary end-of-life care activities

3.7 Identify and report deterioration in health to appropriate authority

Element 4 Assist in assessing patient programs for their outcomes.

4.1 Modification of the plans with the help of registered a registered nurse.

4.2 Monitor client and document outcomes of interventions

4.3 Reflect upon findings with the help of the effect of averter on the island

4.5 Analyze, document and report the outcomes of the interventions

Element 5 Provide support to patient and family at the end of life and after death

Identify, evaluate and discus the available resources

Refer grieving family to appropriate counseling services

Care for the body with dignity based on the clients faith, preferences and others

Part B: Assessing competence

____10/__5__/__2014_Date Completed: Aggrey Muchelule Candidate Name:

Unit Code

Unit Title

HLTEN511B

Provide nursing care for clients requiring palliative care

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Name, Address and Phone number of Employers

Period of Employment

(DD/MM/YYYY)

Position Held

Full Time

Part-time

Description of Major Duties

27 Sep 2012

29 Jan. 2014

Full Time

Providing nursing care to patients

Declaration

I declare that the information contained in this application is true and correct and that all documents are genuine.

_______________________________Candidate Signature:

Candidate’s self- evaluation

Candidate’s name

Aggry Mchelule

Date Completed

10 May 2014

Unit/s of Competency

HLTEN511B Provide nursing care for clients requiring palliative care

Evidence to support claim

I have performed the following tasks

Competency task

Frequently

Sometimes

Supervisor’s evaluation

Documentation provided

Determining special need of palliative care patients

Commendable

10 May 2014

Implementing nursing regimes for patients with life-limiting conditions

Commendable

10 May 2014

Evaluation of chosen interventions

Need more training

10 May 2014

Offering support and additional services to client/family of patient with life limiting illness

Need opportunities

10 May 2014

Supervisor’s comments (comment on candidate’s capacity to undertake the above task/s)

The candidate has shown commendable competency

Supervisor’s name

John Wiltoad

Position

Quality Manager

Supervisor’s signature

John Wiltoad

10 May 2014

RPL Interview

Aggrey MucheluleCANDIDATE’S NAME:

ASSESSOR’S NAME: John Wiltoad

DATE: 10 May 2014

Provide nursing care for clients requiring palliative careHLTEN511B Unit/s of Competency:

Questions – List questions here

Key points to be addressed by the candidate

Assessor’s Comments

Indicate if response/s satisfactory

Identify the purpose of the assessment

The candidate was able to identify the purposes of the assessment

Satisfactory

Identify the outcome for assessment

The candidate was able to identify the outcomes of the assessment

Satisfactory

Plan the assessment

The candidate participated in planning the assessment

Satisfactory

Prepare and check the environment

The candidate participated in checking the environment

Satisfactory

Observation/Demonstration Checklist (template example)

Aggrey Muchelule

Name of Assessor

John Wiltoad

Date of Assessment

10 May 2014

Assessment location

HWI 123. Canberra: AIHW

Unit of Competency

Element’s from unit

Caring for palliative patients

Activity/procedure being performed

Creation and implementation of a care plan