A workplace trainee may complete a written learning record (log book) to record their high risk work activities.
The registered training organisation (RTO) will assist employers to identify and develop suitable evidence collection and recording methods to ensure the correct format and completion of the log book.
The trainee and supervisor must record:
- supervised practical training
- operational experiences gained in the workplace
- training by both workplace trainers and RTO trainers.
Trainees must undertake training in accordance with the relevant unit of competency from an RTO, in use or operation of the plant, before gaining experience in the workplace.
Workplace experience in the operation of plant should be treated as practical learning also known as ‘on the job’ learning.
- Last updated
- 27 January 2016
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