The Vocational Education and Training (VET) Sector is crucial to the ongoing success of skill and knowledge transfer within Australia. As a qualified trainer and assessor it is important you are continuously developing your own skills to not only offer your students the learning experience they deserve, but also to meet the requirements set out within the Standards for RTOs 2015, specifically Clause 1.16.
Clause 1.16 states: The RTO ensures that all trainers and assessors undertake professional development in the fields of the knowledge and practice of vocational training, learning and assessment including competency based training and assessment.
As TAE experts our rediscovery courses tackle the three core elements of the Certificate IV in Training & Assessment package – design, delivery and assessment.
Delivery practices and skills are constantly shifting with a variety of factors influencing this core element of training and assessment. Engaged learners are good learners. How confident are you that given the changing climate you can successfully engage your learners regardless of the medium you are delivering training in?
Join us in our three-hour Rediscover delivery skills webinar to brush up on the key learnings of these incredibly important skills and to gain insights into changes that will impact your delivery techniques moving forward.
So why is keeping your skills as a facilitator up to date so important? Well, your skills directly impact your learners in more ways than you might think. Here are just some to get you thinking:
When you Rediscover delivery skills via our three-hour course you will emerge with some fantastic learning outcomes including how to:
All participants must possess good language, literacy and numeracy abilities.
To attend a rediscovery course and access our online learning materials, all participants are required to have a working email address and access to a computer. Attendees are required to have a computer with Internet access. Attendees must also have access to a headset which plugs into their computer so they can hear and ask questions, and a webcam to interact with other attendees and the trainer.