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ACSF Learning Level 4 Sample Activities


Personal(expressing identity)

  • Organises own professional development/training plan to achieve a negotiated outcome with consideration of personal priorities and demands on time
  • Actively seeks feedback from others as a way of improving performance, e.g. approaches peers, manager, customers 
  • Gathers information on a range of courses, assessing and comparing them in order to inform and refine learning pathway 

Cooperative(interacting in groups)

  • Takes a leadership role in professional/technical networks, project teams
  • Uses a range of formal techniques to collaborate effectively with others to complete a multi-layered research task
  • Actively elicits the views of others in relation to a specific problem

Procedural(performing tasks)

  • Improves on work or study routine, drawing on insights gained from previous experiences 
  • Experiments with different strategies, e.g. draws a picture to help understand a problem, or works backwards from a possible solution or identifies a concrete example of an abstract problem

Technical (using tools and technology)

  • Uses a range of computer based information systems and collaborative tools as an aide to learning, e.g. email, blogs, wikis, discussion boards, online training programs 
  • Accesses and scans a number of Internet sites to evaluate suitability for research purposes 
  • Uses organisational file sharing and storage systems
  • Keeps record of new technical terms or procedures encountered through independent study

Systems(interacting in organisations)

  • Uses library systems efficiently and effectively to access relevant resources
  • Provides feedback to Training Manager regarding relevance of a training course, with suggestions for improvement

Public(interacting with the wider community)

  • Identifies bias, misrepresentation in information sources
  • Identifies and uses a range of community resources for information and advice, e.g. financial planning, men's/women's health line, government websites