TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Become a Workplace Trainer
Austudy and Youth Allowance approved
TAE – Training and Assessment
Do you need to train people?
Or extend your expertise in workplace training?
This qualification reflects the roles of individuals who wish to develop their skills in the design, delivery and assessment of vocation-based training. It also qualifies you to deliver nationally-accredited vocational training in TAFEs, private and enterprise-based registered training organisations as well as in secondary schools with vocational programs.
Achievement of this qualification or an equivalent by trainers and assessors is a requirement of the Australian Quality Training Framework Essential Standards for Registration (Standard 1 as outlined in Appendix 2 of the Users’ Guide to the Essential Standards for Registration).
This qualification, or the skill sets derived from units of competency within it, is also suitable preparation for those engaged in the delivery of training and assessment of competence in a workplace context, as a component of a structured VET program.
Soon to be mandatory
Who should do this course?
Why not start a new career as a workplace trainer by completing this qualification?
Our Certificate IV in Training and Assessment course is government accredited and is Austudy approved.
International Students may also enrol in this course; however it is not CRICOS approved, sointernational students would need to already be on a student visa and do this as an extra course whilst enrolled in their main course.
Train the Trainer
Commonly known as the course to ‘Train the Trainer‘, the Health Institute Australia’s TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment course teaches you the essential training and assessment activities, including:-
- How to design and develop learning programs
- How to use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs
- How to plan, organise and deliver group-based learning
- How to facilitate learning in the workplace
- How to create, implement and manage assessment activities and processes
This course allows you to provide training and assessment services within the entire vocational education and training (VET) sector.
Course attendance over 12 months is not compulsory. It can be done off campus.
There are no prerequisite requirements
|Delivery Mode:||On-campus or online|
|Awarded by:||Health Institute Australia|
|Course Duration:||Minimum 20 weeks, maximum 12 months|
|Total course hours:||300|
|Hours per week:||15 hours per week full-time
Note: This course is normally delivered at the student’s own pace. The equivalent full time duration of the course is 20 weeks as follows:
100% Full time = 20 weeks
Students may also be able to fast track this course over a shorter duration full time.
|Course Start Dates||Intake 1: January
Intake 2: April
Intake 3: July
Intake 4: October
Designed for individuals wishing to add expertise in vocational training and assessment to their existing skill-set or update their current qualification. Opportunities for trainers and assessors exist across the vocational education sector and in many industries. This nationally recognised qualification – part of the TAE10 Training & Education Training Package – acknowledges the important and evolving role that such education and training professionals play in developing the skills required by industry.
The qualification consists of 10 study units which cover three learning fields:
- Learning Design
- Delivery and Facilitation
1. Learning Design
- TAEDES402A Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs
- TAEDES401A Design and develop learning programs
2. Delivery and Facilitation
- TAEDEL401A Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning
- TAEDEL402A Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace
- TAEDEL301A Provide work skill instruction (elective)
- BSBCMM401A Make a presentation (elective)
- TAEASS401A Plan assessment activities and processes
- TAEASS402A Assess competence
- TAEASS403A Participate in assessment validation
- Knowledge tests
- Research reports
- Evidence Portfolio
We dedicate class-time to learning, so most students must complete their assessments out of class. The assessment workbook may be submitted up to 12 months after the tutorials, when the student feels they are ready for assessment. Each project includes guidance notes for satisfactory completion of each task. The assessment tasks include short answer questions and projects. The projects allow us to assess your ability to perform training activities in realistic working or simulated conditions.
Each student will also need to develop and deliver their main project under the guidance of their instructor – and this project can be based on any unit of competence chosen from a national training package.
The possible assessment results are:-
- ‘Competent’, which means that you have earned a statement of attainment for the units of competency assessed
- or ‘Not Yet Competent’ (‘NYC’), which means that either the evidence you submitted was of an unsatisfactory standard, or that it was of a satisfactory standard but not all the required evidence was submitted.
If you obtain a ‘NYC’ result, your assessor will work with you to devise a suitable action plan to achieve competence. We aren’t here to ‘fail’ you – we are here to help, and we will keep working with you until you achieve competency.
What you get when you complete the CERTIFICATE IV IN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT TAE40110
When you successfully complete this course you will receive a TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and a record of results which lists each of your completed units of competency. This qualification issued by Health Institute Australia is recognised by all other RTO’s and all TAFE’s throughout Australia.
This qualification allows you to provide training and assessment services within the entire vocational education and training (VET) sector.
Statistics from Department of Industry
For people who were previously employed, $74,600 was their new average salary after training.
The Australian Government Department of Industry provides an annual survey on students completing Certificate IV courses in the field of education from all training organisations across Australia. These statistics include students from all RTO’s across Australia and would include courses for teachers aides as well as the Training and Assessment course.
You can see the survey results here:- www.myskills.gov.au/courses/…
Job roles associated with this qualification relate to the delivery of training and assessment of competence within the VET sector. Possible job titles and roles relevant to this qualification include:
- Workplace Assessor
- Enterprise trainer and/or assessor
- Registered Training Organisation (RTO) or TAFE trainer and/or assessor
- Training adviser
- Training needs analyst
- Vocational education teacher
COURSE DURATION: Minimum 20 weeks, maximum 12 months. This course is normally delivered at the student’s own pace.
Course attendance is not compulsory. It can be done off campus.
On-campus training includes:-
- PUBLIC SPEAKING AND PRESENTATION TRAINING.
Presenter: Louise Hall
Feb-April: 10 x 1 hour. Thursday afternoon, 2-3pm
July – September: 10 x 1 hour. Thursday afternoon, 2-3pm
- TUTORIALS IN CORE TAE COURSE MATERIAL.
- MINI WORKSHOPS x 2 . Presenter TBA
Saturday afternoon. 3 hours. 2-5pm. Design a learning program/assessment plan
- YOGA RELAXATION. Facilitator: Shanti Gowans
Tuesday and Thursday 12.30-1.15pm & Wednesdays 6.30-7.30pm
- MINDFULNESS & YOGA BREATHING. Facilitator: Shanti Gowans
- GENTLE YOGA. Facilitators: Shanti Gowans, Sue Green. Hilary Sullivan
Tuesday 10.30-12.30am & Wednesday 9:15-10:10am & Saturday 10.15-11.10am
- WEEKEND RESIDENTIAL RETREAT ON MINDFULNESS – Facilitator: Shanti Gowans
Just chill. 2 nights twin-share accommodation, delicious Insdian vegetarian meals, program.
- Intake 1: January
- Intake 2: April
- Intake 3: July
- Intake 4: October
This Fee includes:
|Program / Item||Days & Times|
|Pre-course 1600 page workbook, on disc|
|Public speaking, Drama games and presentation training.||Thursday 2-3pm|
|2 x 3 hr mini workshops.||Saturday 2-5pm|
|Yoga Relaxation training
Facilitator: Shanti Gowans
& Thursday 12.30-1.15pm
|Mindfulness and Yoga breathing training
Facilitator: Shanti Gowans
|Gentle yoga stretching
Facilitators: Shanti Gowans. Sue Green. Hilary Sullivan
& Sat 10.15-11.10am
|Weekend Residential Retreat on Mindfulness
Facilitator: Shanti Gowans
2 nights twin-share accommodation, delicious Insdian vegetarian meals, program.
Note: Course attendance is not compulsory. It can be done off campus.
This course is accredited: