A TRAINING AND EDUCATION TALENT PROGRAM
"Is your organisation fit for the future? High quality trainers with professional qualifications are the key to develop and retain your most precious asset - high performing people..."
The Training and Education Training Package (TAE10) represents an evolution, much like that which occurred with the update of TAA04 from BSZ98.
It now represents a framework of qualification catering for those who operate across the breadth of the professional levels of VET.
The nationally recognised TAE10 qualifications are placed squarely at the heart of the drive to ensure your workforce are competently skilled to meet current and future demands. Training and development has always been integral to human resource management and now more than ever, designing and delivering training and assessment programmes which provide career pathways for employees is essential for organisations wishing to train and retain.
The skills learned in conceptualising the training process have heightened understanding of how learning is facilitated in all types of training programmes. To this end, the TAE10 is valuable for both accredited and non-accredited training.
It can also form part of a strategic theme to retrain and retain 30 plus years of experience, skill and wisdom of mature-aged workers (approximately 32% of the workforce are aged 45 and 64… there are 3.7 million of us!).
Requirements to Receive the Qualification
The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualification requires participants to successfully complete 7 core units plus 3 elective units.
By successfully completing the face-to-face workshops and assessment requirements of the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE) Program, or apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Participants can achieve the nationally recognised qualification with either or combination of both approaches. RPL is a process that enables those who are interested in gaining the qualification to be granted exemption from some or all of the training programmes.
No qualifications or previous experience is necessary to participate in this program. However, a relatively high level of reading and writing ability is required, as well as computer skills (internet research and word processing).
For example, learners are expected to access, read and interpret Training Packages (via the internet), develop and document learning programs and assessment tools, present information, facilitate in a number of contexts using a range of skills, and prepare various records and documents electronically.
Students are also expected to process vocational competence in a specific industry / subject / technical area in which they wish to train and assess.
These Courses Will Benefit
Possible job titles and roles relevant to the learning courses and qualification include:
- Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Trainer
- RTO Assessor
- Training Adviser or Training Needs Analyst
- Enterprise Trainer and Assessor
- Enterprise Trainer
- Enterprise Assessor
- Supervisor and Team Leader
- Safety Officer
- HR Officer
- Vocational Education Teacher
- Skilled and experienced mature-age workers