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AFAC Annual Reports : 2011 Annual Report
These three inputs were critical in the Capability Development Strategy: • AFAC Strategic Plan, 2010–2012 • AFAC Preliminary Discussion to a Capability Development Strategy: Industry-wide Survey Report, 2011 • Bushfire CRC Research Utilisation Strategy, 2011–2014 The Strategy, which was endorsed by the AFAC council in April, is designed to be progressed across all of the AFAC Groups; while a majority of proposed projects and activities may be allocated to the AFAC Learning and Development Group to undertake, there are others that can only be progressed by other AFAC Groups or by individual agencies. The Learning and Development Group is presently developing a detailed work plan to structure its activities over the next two years, and has already committed to the development of an instructional kit on the delivery and moderation of assessment. It is intended that the kit will foster greater awareness of the variety of techniques that can be used to promote and ensure quality assessment across the industry, and through it create greater confidence both within and between agencies that training and assessment is resulting in capable personnel. Identified Training Gaps and Their Relative Levels of Priority Among the Agencies that Respond to the L&D/Training Managers Survey Knowledge Management Areas Identified as a Priority (Ranked in Order of Present Importance) Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council | 15 Annual Report 2011
2010 Annual Report