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Preparing for verification. Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement. Quality-assurance processes. Certificate information. In the student’s exiting year, the school: generates the draft Statements of Achievement identifies the relevant Statements of Participation

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preparing for verification

Preparing for verification

Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement

certificate information
Certificate information
  • In the student’s exiting year, the school:
  • generates the draft Statements of Achievement
  • identifies the relevant Statements of Participation
  • collects evidence to substantiate statements.
  • These statements are based on the curriculum plan.
notification of verification meeting
Notification of verification meeting
  • Memo is sent to schools with:
  • requirements for the meeting
  • meeting venues
  • registration forms.
requirements for verification meeting
Requirements for verification meeting
  • Draft certificate information for all exiting students
  • Curriculum plan and eligibility forms for all exiting students
  • Evidence (e.g. student portfolio) used to make judgments for ONE student (if fewer than 10), and TWO students (if 10 or more)
  • Laptop, if evidence is in digital format.
purpose of verification meeting
Purpose of verification meeting
  • Verification meetings are mandatory for all schools with exiting students. Their purpose is to provide:
  • quality assurance of certificate information
  • feedback to schools
  • professional development for teachers.
  • Meetings take place in August of the exit year.
at the verification meeting
At the verification meeting
  • Peers review:
    • draft certificate information
    • samples of evidence to support the Statements of Achievement
    • the match between the intended learning outcomes and the Statements of Achievement.
  • Review notes are completed by participants for the triplicate feedback forms.
  • QSA staff complete the triplicate feedback forms.
draft qcia for verification
Draft QCIA for verification
  • The draft QCIA achievements are entered in SLIMS — RABS.
  • The Statement of Achievement comments database is incorporated in SLIMS — RABS.
  • Check the QSA website at <www.qsa.qld.edu.au/1161.html> for the user guide.
entering statements in slims rabs
Entering statements in SLIMS — RABS
  • Statements of Achievement may be entered by:
  • either selecting a statement from the comments database
  • or adding your own free-form text statement that reflects the achievement of the student.
  • Statements of Participation are:
  • selected from a “pick list”
  • not able to be entered manually.
free form statements of achievement
Free-form Statements of Achievement
  • There is a facility to use the free-form text field in RABS to enter specific statements that report the learning achievements for students on highly individualised learning programs.
  • Free-form statement must follow the guidelines and writing conventions for writing statements in Section 5 of the QCIA Handbook accessed at <www.qsa.qld.edu.au/10359.html>.
statement of achievement comments
Statement of Achievement comments
  • The Statement of Achievement comments database is also found on the QSA website at <www.qsa.qld.edu.au/qsa_secure/yrs11_12/certificates/qcia/comments.jsp>.
  • The comments database is a resource to help schools draft Statements of Achievement. It allows users to search a collection of sample statements using keywords.
previewing the certificate information
Previewing the certificate information
  • To check the QCIA information that you have selected or entered in the final certificate format, click the Preview button at the right-hand bottom of screen.
printing draft qcia from slims rabs
Printing draft QCIA from SLIMS — RABS
  • The QCIA Preview will appear with the student’s name, LUI number and school name.
screen view of draft qcia
Screen view of draft QCIA

Click PRINT for hard copy of data.

student folio of evidence
Student folio of evidence
  • The folio of evidence should be collected:
  • throughout the student’s senior schooling phase
  • for all nominated eligible students
  • for each proposed Statement of Achievement and Statement of Participation.
evidence of achievement
Evidence of achievement
  • The evidence of achievement:
  • matches the intended learning outcomes outlined in the curriculum plan
  • is collectedfor all nominated eligible students
  • is used to substantiate the final certificate information
  • is best organised in the curriculum organisers
  • uses a variety of evidence, e.g. checklists, photographs, learning logs.
more information
More information
  • QSA website: <www.qsa.qld.edu.au>
  • Email: qcia@qsa.qld.edu.au
  • Direct link to QCIA information: <www.qsa.qld.edu.au> Senior Schooling > Certificates & qualifications > Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement
  • Direct link to QCE information: <www.qsa.qld.edu.au> Senior schooling > Certificates & qualifications > Queensland Certificate of Education