Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) — Round 2

*** EOIs for Round 2 have now closed! ***

Have you considered a career as a Trainer and Assessor with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)?

As part of the Workforce Coordination Project, we are currently offering funded places in Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116). This qualification will develop the skills and knowledge needed to understand the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector, design learning to meet the needs of learners and enterprises, deliver training and plan and conduct assessments.  

This is a fantastic opportunity to share your skills to deliver quality training in aged care, disability, education and care or social services.

The role of a Trainer and Assessor is engaging and rewarding. Work opportunities include casual, sessional, part-time and full-time employment. Kickstart your career in the VET sector while working — your newfound skills and knowledge can be shared to benefit your workplace, and you can build your experience as a Trainer and Assessor at the same time.

This Certificate IV qualification develops the skills and knowledge needed to understand the VET sector, design and deliver training and plan and conduct assessments.

We have created a TAE Information Flyer for Staff and Employers as well as a TAE Promotional Flyer that you can download, share and distribute. It is important that participants of the program have workplace support and the TAE Information Flyer for Staff and Employers, in particular, can help guide conversations with your supervisor.

In the month of December 2022, we hosted four Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) Information Sessions to shed more light on the program and what participants should expect.

Missed out on the information sessions? Watch the recording of the session on YouTube.

This course is looking for people who:

  • Hold a relevant qualification in an industry sector, for example:
    • Aged Care: Certificate III Individual Support (both Ageing and Home & Community specialisations), Certificate IV Leisure & Health, Cert IV Ageing Support, Diploma of Nursing or Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance.
    • Disability: Certificate III in Individual Support or Certificate IV in Disability.
    • Education and Care: Diploma of Early Childhood or Early Years Degree approved by ACECQA.
    • Social Services: Certificate IV in Community Services, Certificate IV in Mental Health, Diploma of Community Services, Certificate IV in Youth York or Diploma of Alcohol and other Drugs
  • Are currently working using this qualification.
  • Have a reasonable level of language, literacy and numeracy skills and intermediate level of technology skills. — See Level 3-4 (Australian Core Skills Framework).
  • Have access to a laptop (with recommended Adobe Reader, Microsoft Word and Google), internet, webcam and a headset with a microphone.

Are able to bring:

  • Pride in delivering quality services in your sector and the value this creates for clients and participants.
  • Confidence and talent to motivate others.
  • A passion for industry standards and the development of consistent practices.
  • A desire to build knowledge.

Are committed to:

  • Attending three clusters of face-to-face classes (three consecutive days each cluster), in one of the following regions: North (Launceston) or South (Hobart).
    • Hobart: 22-24 March, 26-28 April, 31 May-2 June 2023
    • Launceston: 21-23 March, 26-28 April, 30 May-1 June 2023
  • Applying to work as a sessional, part-time or full-time Trainer and Assessor within a RTO when the training is completed.
  • Having support from your employer/supervisor to undertake this training (evidence must be provided).

What we offer:

  • A fully funded training course.
  • Support from like-minded people — the project team, RTO and peers.
  • A financial contribution to employers to backfill participants positions (release to attend face-to-face classes).
  • The foundations for a new career as a Trainer and Assessor in the VET sector, harnessing your current skillset and giving you the opportunity to train new and upskilling people in your field.

To find out more about the delivery of this course through RTO NDA (60034), we have developed a Course Delivery Brochure.

For more information about this initiative, please contact Kerrie Hansen, Senior Officer — Workforce Coordination Project, on 0492 142 153 or via email.

This training opportunity is part of the Local People in Local Jobs initiative, supported by the Tasmanian Government through the Department of State Growth. A partnership with TasCOSS on behalf of the social services sector peak bodies and the Tasmanian peak bodies of ACCPA, NDS, ECA Tasmania Branch (contracted to Lady Gowrie Tasmania), and for this Round 2, RTO NDA (60034).