From the PACI Manual ............appointed by PACI to conduct instructor-level assessment. They have ultimate responsibility for achieving consistent assessment outcomes. Instructor Assessors are the highest qualification level within the PACI system and have qualifications equivalent to a Diploma level."
The Instructor Assessor rating denotes an individual who has proven capability in assessing candidate instructors in a fair, valid and consistent manner.
The Instructor Assessor is an appointed position. PACI invites selected Instructor Trainers to apply for the position in writing.
Candidates are required to attend a special instructor assessor workshop conducted by PACI. The outcome of the workshop is to establish assessors who can consistently measure instructor candidates against performance criteria established by industry.
Instructor assessors have ultimate responsibility for upholding the consistent achievement of quality PACI members.
To qualify, an applicant must:
1. Be at least 25 years of age; and
2. Be a qualified Instructor Trainer for a period of 12 months (or its equivalent); and
3. Have been assessed as competent against the following units from the workplace assessor and trainer Training Package:
4. Have no verified quality assurance complaints on file; and
5. Have proven capability in assessing individuals in a fair, valid and consistent manner in accordance with current Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) doctrine; and
6. Attend annual PACI instructor assessor workshops.
1. Coordinate assessment dates with instructor trainers
2. Consult with PACI on assessment procedures to be used
3. Ensure industry and PACI standards are upheld
4. Ensure consistent quality outcomes from the assessment process
5. Promote assessment and the achievement of nationally recognised qualifications to others
Submit a personal application for the rating, along with documented evidence of having met all requirements, a photo and the processing fee are to be submitted to PACI board of directors for review and approval.
NOTE: PACI members must be in active status before they can represent themselves as being authorised to conduct/supervise training related activities.