TAE40116

Face to Face

$1490 – $2880

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Overview Facilitated Worksop delivery

To achieve the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, you will be required to successfully complete 10 units of competency, that are broken into the following three (3) learning clusters: Learning Design, Train the Trainer and Workplace Assessor.
The formal training component involves 10 days of training, where students will participate in learning activities and complete practical tasks. These include discussions, poster activities, short presentations, response to case studies, simulations, resource development, peer review and self-evaluation.

The Pivot Institute provides powerful and interactive workshops, which focus on experiential learning for participants and will use units of competency which are relevant to each group of participants and the requirements of the workplace.
Experienced Pivot trainers use all the principles of adult learning to deliver interesting and innovative training leaving participants motivated and enthused to use the new tools and techniques in their working environment.
The focus of the facilitated workshops is experiential learning and allowing participants to learn thorough doing.

The in-class contact time for each cluster is:

  • Learning Design ( 5 days)
  • Train the Trainer (5 days)
  • Workplace Assessor (5 days)

During the workshop participants will work individually and in groups to brainstorm and create a series of training and assessment tasks, which when completed, would evidence the requirements of the units of competency. This will be followed by post-course work with the support from a facilitator.

TAEDEL401 Design and develop learning programs

TAEDES402 Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs

TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy, and numeracy skills*

Program outline:

Units of competency covered, content & structure, assessment requirements, delivery strategies:

  • An Overview of the VET Sector
  • Training Packages and Accredited Courses
  • Determining Client Training & Assessment Needs
  • The Australian Qualification Framework
  • Analyse and Interpret Units of Competency
  • Contextualisation
  • Review the Companion Volume
  • Summary Training Package Activity
  • Learning Programs
  • Learning Program Content
  • Learning Program Review and Costing
  • Language Literacy and Numeracy (LLN)
  • The Australian Core Skills Framework
  • Analysing the LLN requirements for training and assessment
  • Resources and strategies to support learners
  • Specialist support in LLN
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of LLN support
  • Continuous improvement of support strategies

TAEDESL301 Provide Work Skill Instruction

TAEDEL401 Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning

TAEDEL402 Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace

Program outline:

Units of competency covered, content & structure, assessment requirements, delivery strategies:

  • Training Needs Analysis
  • Adult Learning Theory
  • Training Styles
  • Effective Communication
  • Adult Learning Principles & Learning Styles

Planning for group based raining delivery

  • Interpreting delivery requirements
  • Training Resources
  • Contextualisation
  • Development of Learning Activities
  • Marketing of Training

Workplace Health and Safety and other Legislations

  • Delivery of Training
  • Learning Facilitator’s roles
  • Management of group dynamics
  • Delivery Methods
  • Linking training to assessment

Session Planning

  • Session Plan
  • Session Structure

Work- based Learning Pathways

  • Work-based learning
  • Work-based learning plan

Communication Skills

  • Communication Model
  • Listening & Feedback
  • Communication Styles

Support & Monitor Learning

  • Dealing with Difficult Situations in Training

Review of Training

  • Self & course evaluation
  • Management evaluation

Information Management and Reporting

TAEASS401 Plan assessment activities and processes

TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools

TAEASS402 Assess competence

TAEASS403 Participate in assessment validation

Program outline:

Units of competency covered, content & structure, assessment requirements, delivery strategies:

Competency based training and assessment

  • Assessment strategy & System
  • Benchmarks for Assessment
  • Assessment Process

VET Quality Framework

  • The Standards for RTOs
  • The AQF
  • Risk Assessment
  • Accredited Courses
  • The National Register of VET

Unpacking a Unit of competency

Plan Assessment

Reviewing the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF)

  • AQF Qualification Type Learning Outcomes Descriptors

Foundation Skills

Dimensions of competency

Evidence

  • Types & rules of evidence

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Methods and tools of assessment

  • Assessment Methods
  • Assessment Tools
  • Evaluation of assessment
Assessment Theory
Assessment Process
Conducting the assessment
Making the assessment decision
Report the decision and review the assessment process
Validation Process (planning and executing)
Extending practice in Competency Based Assessment (CBA)

What are my payment options for this course?

We offer interest free payments plans via Ezidebit, you can enquire about this option by speaking to a Pivot team member vie email: enquiries@pivot.edu.au or calling: (08) 9221 1803.

Are there any pre-requisite qualifications or experience to this Certificate?

To attend this qualification, you must be able to demonstrate vocational competence in your proposed area of training and assessing.
Vocational competency is defined as broad industry knowledge and experience, usually combined with a relevant industry qualification. A person who has vocational competency will be familiar with the content of the ‘vocation’ and will have relevant current experience in the industry.
It is also vital for you to have access to a workplace and access to a person who holds the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualification. If you don’t have a workplace or access to a qualified person, you can contact The Pivot Institute and we can look at ways to assist you complete your workplace assessments through simulated workplace environment and classroom activities.

What will happen if I don’t meet the minimum requirements of the Language Literacy Numeracy (LLN) test?

The Pivot Institute aims to assist candidates of all levels to complete the full qualification. If you do not meet the minimum LLN levels these will be addressed on a case by case basis; and where appropriate strategies will be put in place to assist. This may include access to additional training such as one-on-one coaching or support workshops.

What support do I get to complete the workplace assessments?

As we endeavour to get all of our candidates through the entire qualification, The Pivot Institute offers regular student support days for anyone that needs assistance in completing their workplace assessments. Other support also includes one-on-one coaching.

How much time do I have to commit outside the course days to be deemed competent for the certification?

Depending on your current experience, previous qualifications, language, literacy and numeracy levels, the time commitment to complete all assessments could vary from 720 hours to 815 hours outside of classroom sessions.

What if I don’t meet my deadline for my workplace assignment?

You can phone (08) 9221 1803 or email: enquiries@pivot.edu.au to request an extension. However, if you miss the deadline an additional fee of $150.00 per course may apply.

What pathways are available after completion of this certification?

On completion of the qualification, candidates may wish to undertake one of the following Diploma qualifications:

TAE50216 Diploma of Training Design and Development

How long do I have to complete my TAE40116?

You will have up to 18 months to complete all your study and assessment requirements.

What is the start and finish time?

The doors will be open at 8:30am for a 9am start and the course will conclude at approximately 5pm at our Perth training room (L4, 231 Adelaide Tce).

What should I bring?

We will provide all necessary materials such as pens, paper, a learners guide and candidate assessment book and all relevant additional material and readings. If you prefer to work on laptop, please bring it along. We have free WIFI so feel free to bring along any other smart device that will aid your learning experience.

Is lunch provided?

No, we will however provide morning and afternoon Tea as well as Tea, Coffee and water throughout the day. There is a café on the ground floor where you can purchase lunch. There are also various other great places to purchase lunch along Adelaide Terrace. You can also have access to a refrigerator and Microwaves if you choose to bring a packed lunch.

What sort of assessment work is there?

In the public course you will be involved in many different delivery and assessment strategies ranging from Assessment books with short answer and Multiple-choice questions through to role-plays and written feedback from our Learning leaders on a series of presentations you will deliver during the course

Is there a dress code for the course?

Neat casual dress is required

How long does it take to get my certificate?

In most cases within 2 weeks of you successfully completing your studies, you will receive a link via your nominated email address to your original Statement of Attainment or Testamur. From this link you will be able to print a copy, save the document or forward as an attachment. If you would also like a hard copy sent to you, you will be asked in the email to confirm your details are correct, once confirmed we will organise printing and postage to your nominated postal address.

We run a significant number of public programs at our centrally located Perth training venue. Public program dates are as follows:

TAE40116 Course brochure