This program is designed for registered teachers who have not undertaken any training from the Training and Education Training Package (TAE10 or TAE16).
This qualification is required for teachers involved with the design, delivery and assessment of VET competencies. Generally this would apply to teachers working with senior secondary students, however all applications from registered teachers will be considered providing evidence can be supplied of experience in the VET/adult learning environment.
Our clients said:
“Pete’s knowledge and understanding of the content and all things in the VET sector is outstanding and he answered every question thrown at him. As a teacher my initial thoughts were that I knew how to train and assess. However I learned a huge amount that will really assist/help me with my VET course training and assessing.” Tom Keough
“Great 5 day course for teachers, good balance between in class instruction and homework. As teachers, it is helpful to have as much of the course completed face-to-face and in groups where we can see first had the application of assessment tools.” Alana Probert
“The best things about this session were how engaging the course was and momentum never stopped! All my questions were answered with great care and I feel very aware of the RTO industry now as well as the VET sector! Very very grateful for Pete who made a huge difference to the beginning of my RTO career, upgrading my qualifications and providing excellent professional advice!” Belinda Zanello
- refreshments and morning tea are provided at sessions
- course learning materials
- certification upon successful completion
- there are many quality food vendors within 1-2 min walk for you to purchase your lunch, or you are welcome to bring your own lunch if you wish
Requirements before enrolling
• Provide evidence of current competency in the vocational field where you intend to teach (or currently teach)
• Be currently registered as a teacher (in Australia)
Recognition of Prior Learning for Teachers
In total, there are 10 Units of Competency (9 core and 1 elective) in the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment.
As a registered teacher you ‘automatically’ have:
• full recognition for 1 core unit;
• partial recognition for 7 core units;
• full recognition for 1 elective unit.
Location & Dates
- 10, 11, 12, 17 & 18 December 2018
ASC Training & Development
Level 2, 5 Leigh Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000
What our clients say
“I cannot thank you enough for the quick turn around on this and all of your help. I appreciate it more than words can say.”
I will be recommending ASC to any teachers who are required to update or obtain their Cert IV in the near future. You have all been amazing.Brooke Nykiel
“I would like to say thank you to your team and a particular thank you to Pete for a well conducted course.”
I am very happy to have completed it as it now opens up the VET sector for me which is where I have been wanting to work since I returned to Australia.
Thank you.Carol Shamsabadi
“This RTO catered for a group of teachers extremely well, which is a very difficult task.”
I struggled to get started due to feeling like I should be at school, but Pete quickly gained my attention and established a very comfortable and informative learning environment. The resources were very good and the RTO trainer was excellent. I will recommend this RTO to others.Andy Mewett
“The best things about this session were how engaging the course was and momentum never stopped!”
All my questions were answered with great care and I feel very aware of the RTO industry now as well as the VET sector! Very grateful for Pete who made a huge difference to the beginning of my RTO career, upgrading my qualifications and providing excellent professional advice!Belinda Zanello
“The facilitator was very clear and paced the work well.”
He was supportive, approachable and made great use of resources to keep things interesting. This course has been very useful and I feel that I have benefited and can apply what I have learned.Gill Haslam
“Totally relevant for teachers. The ability to collaborate with others was invaluable.”
Being able to learn and then apply skills helped. Very valuable.Jillian Gulliver
“Pete’s knowledge and understanding of the content and all things in the VET sector is outstanding and he answered every question thrown at him.”
As a teacher my initial thoughts were that I knew how to train and assess. However I learned a huge amount that will really assist/help me with my VET course training and assessing.Tom Keough