A candidate must provide appropriate evidence to demonstrate that they are currently competent against the performance criteria and critical aspects of evidence. The more recent evidence, the more value it has as an indication of current competence. Evidence must be in English and must be signed and dated by a third party who can authenticate the original documents. All of the evidence will be checked by an assessor for authenticity, requirements and check that the document is not outdated.
- qualifications or formal statements of results
- documents which you have produced as a result of your work activities
- reports which you have prepared or to which you have had substantial input
- minutes of meetings (which contain information on your participation and performance in specific activities)
- performance appraisal reports
- letters of appreciation from clients/consumers
- references from current or previous employers
- workplace awards
- position descriptions
- reflective statements which you will prepare to describe your work activities and practices, processes which you follow and situations which you have encountered.