The video testimony is a chance to expand on the skills and knowledge you possess. The video is your final piece of assessment and helps the team further assess your capability.
What to cover
You’ll be asked a series of questions focused on your skills and knowledge, with plenty of time given to prepare beforehand. It’s also an opportunity to elaborate on the details in your reflective testimony and evidence documents.
As some of the video questions will require you to refer to your examples and evidence, you must have a copy of your submission with you. We encourage you to read over your written submission and do a few practice videos until you feel comfortable.
Deakin has a video platform you can easily access through a link we’ll provide. You’ll need a computer or laptop with a camera and microphone, as well as good internet speeds.
More information on what to cover in your video testimony can be found in the candidates guide for each credential.