To satisfy an employer.
To improve government’s education statistics.
To enable you to gain new skills and understanding.
To make work for assessors.
To enable you to demonstrate your skills and understanding.
To enable an assessor to formally evaluate your skills and understanding.
To help you seek out a variety of learning opportunities to broaden your experience.
As a reference resource for your future professional work role.
Identify any criteria not covered by the evidence.
Plan additional strategies to meeting any missed criteria.
Decide whether or not to work on any missing criteria.
Identify all of the criteria you have met.
Your trainer or assessor.
The boss of the company you work for.
A friend or family member who enjoys watching you work.
A person qualified to make a professional judgement about what they’ve seen.
Something physical you make with your hands.
Something you produce while working – whatever your job.
A brick wall.
Different systems can be used for different units.
Each number must be unique.
The same system must be used throughout the whole portfolio.
The same number must be used for all pieces of evidence that relate to the same unit.
To act as chapter headings throughout the portfolio.
To enable a reader to find a specific piece of evidence quickly.
To monitor your progress through the qualification.
To monitor the formal assessment and verification of the portfolio.
To record evidence against specific performance criteria.
They are not needed as they duplicate the ‘Contents: Detail’ sheet.
To monitor progress through the qualification.
To record how different performance criteria can be claimed by multiple pieces of evidence.
All of them.
All of them within an individual unit.
All that are directly related to it.
All that are directly related to it; providing the evidence is of sufficient quantity and quality.
It is not needed as it duplicates the ‘Unit Tracking Sheets’.
To enable you to search your portfolio using the titles of your pieces of work.
To show how each piece of evidence relates to the different units in the qualification.
It’s the only place that Unique Reference Numbers are collected.
They enable you to keep track of your progress.
They enable you to claim competence against specific performance/assessment criteria.
They enable your assessor and verifiers to quickly navigate your evidence base.
They will enable you to search your portfolio for useful reference material in the future.
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