TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
The TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment was superseded in 2016 by the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. While RTOs may continue to train the older qualification until October 2017 we have decided it is in the best interests of our students to not enrol any new people into the qualification. The information below regarding the Certificate IV in Training and assessment is therefore provided here as a historical reference.
This is a nationally recognised qualification and perfect for someone who is looking to conduct training in the Australian Vocational Education Sector. The TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment will teach you the skills and knowledge to work as a trainer and/or assessor for TAFE Institutes, private Registered Training Organisations, community colleges, group training companies and workplaces. This course covers a vast array of skills, practices and tools used to develop, conduct and review training in the regulatory environment. This course is especially designed for those who have broad knowledge and experience in your industry and are looking to train others in your vocational skills.
- – National code – TAE40110
- – Course duration – 6-12 months
- – Nationally recognised via Security Institute (RTO 31962)
- – Prerequisites – None
- – Delivery mode – Online or Classroom
Once qualified you may be able to explore many exciting new careers including:
- RTO Trainer
- RTO Assessor
- Vocational Education Teacher
- Training Advisor
- Training Needs Analyst
- TAEDES401A – Design and develop learning programs
- TAEDES402A – Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs
- TAELLN401A – Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills
- TAEASS403B – Participate in assessment validation
- TAEDEL401A – Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning
- TAEDEL402A – Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace
- TAEDEL301A – Provide work skill instruction
- TAEASS401B – Plan assessment activities and processes
- TAEASS402B – Assess competence
- TAEASS301B – Contribute to assessment
- Project One – Design, deliver and assess a one on one training session in class.
- Project Two – Design, deliver and assess a training session in class to a group of learners.
- Project Three – Design, deliver and assess to a group of work-based learners in a work environment. This final project will see you implement all of your training in a comprehensive way. Due to the size of this project you will have up to 6 months with the support of your trainer to complete the project..
Assessments for Certificate IV in Training and Assessment occur in our training environment and your own or a simulated workplace.
Assessment for each unit will contain both theory questions completed in your workbook and three projects, one of which is submitted post course.
While there are no formal entry requirements for most of our courses, it’s a good idea to check what core skills will be helpful for this course.
Literacy, Language and Numeracy Assessment [LL&N]
To study our courses, you’ll need:
- Writing and typing skills to complete assessments, fill in forms and create documents
- English language skills to read the manuals and/or online learning content, policies, procedures and documents, as well as emails
- Computer skills to use the online classroom, conduct online research, as well as receive and respond to emails
Before you start your you’ll need access to our online material, do your research, prepare and submit your assessment tasks and to interact with your trainers and other students. To do that, you’ll need:
- A computer with high-speed internet access, a sound card, microphone and speakers.
- An up-to-date operating system, such as Windows 7 or later or Mac Os X or later.
- The latest version of any of these web browsers: Firefox, Chrome or Safari
- Microsoft Office or similar [eg. GoogleDocs or OpenOffice]
- Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Access to email
Planning your study time
Our courses are designed to be completed within 6 to 12 months, depending on how quickly you want to gain your qualification. Here are some suggested time frames:
Course duration: 3-12 months
Weekly hours: an initial 40 hour week followed by 15-20 hours/week