TAELLN411 Address Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Skills unit is a new core unit of the latest TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment. Recognise the core language, literacy and numeracy demands of training and assessment, and learn how to tailor training and assessment to suit individual skill levels.
To continue training and assessing within the VET Sector, a TAFE or a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), Plenty Training provides this unit via online learning pathways and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
TAELLN411 Address Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Skills teaches how to recognise the core language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) demands of training and assessment, and how to tailor training and assessment to suit individual skill levels, including accessing relevant support resources.
The recent amendments to the Standards for RTOs 2015 and this ministerial release have changed the minimum qualifications required of trainers and assessors within the vocational education and training sector. From 1 July 2019, training and assessment must only be delivered by persons who have either:
Our TAELLN411 unit is available via the following pathways:
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There are some compelling reasons to choose Plenty Training for your TAELLN411 training:
|Qualification||TAELLN411 Address Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Skills|
|Finance Available?||Yes - $0 deposit, 6 months interest free via zipMoney|
|Career Pathways||This unit introduces trainers and assessors to core LLN issues in training and assessment practice. On successful completion of the course, students are issued a nationally-recognised statement of attainment in TAELLN411. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to:
|Equipment Requirements||All students will require access to a computer (with Adobe Reader and Microsoft Word installed) and a reliable Internet connection. Participants may also require access to a video and/or audio recording device (such as a webcam or smart phone) to record themselves undertaking certain assessment activities (when required).|
|Duration and Workload||Students undertaking training have six months from their enrolment date to complete their studies and submit all assessment workbooks for this course. RPL candidates have six months from their enrolment date to complete their RPL interview and submit all required evidence. (Students may extend the duration of their enrolment on a month-by-month basis – extra fees apply as detailed in our schedule of fees.) Students may complete and submit their assessment workbooks at any time during their enrolment.
|Assessment Turnaround||The turnaround time for assessment submissions received by Plenty Training is approximately 20 working days from the date it is received. This time frame can vary depending on the number of assessment submissions being received at any given time. Once a student is deemed competent in all units they will be issued with their qualification within 30 calendar days.|
|Assessment||All students receive a learner's guide and assessment workbooks. You can either work through the assessment workbooks on your computer or complete a printed version by hand.
|Student Authenticity||We are obliged under the Standards for RTOs 2015 to ensure the authenticity of our students’ submitted assessment work. Students are required to:
|Terms and Conditions||Enrolment into this course is as per the terms and conditions as listed in our Student Guide. Please review these terms and conditions prior to enrolment. Please also familiarise yourself with the volume of learning requirements of this course as well as the turnaround time for submitted assessments before enrolling.|
|Awarded By||Plenty Training (RTO #32371)|
Students undertaking training have six months from their enrolment date to complete their studies and submit all assessment workbooks for this course. RPL candidates have six months from their enrolment date to complete their RPL interview and submit all required evidence. (Students may extend the duration of their enrolment on a month-by-month basis – extra fees apply as detailed in our schedule of fees.) Students may complete and submit their assessment workbooks at any time during their enrolment.
The following figures summarise the anticipated student workload as per our Training and Assessment Strategy for this unit. This represents the notional duration of all activities required for the achievement of the learning outcomes. These figures represent a combination of all formal training delivered in this course (however students are not obligated to avail themselves of all offered training and resources), and the anticipated self-study and assessment workload for a student who has no knowledge or skills in any of the content of the delivered units.
1. Digital prerequisites – all students: You must have access to a computer (with Adobe Reader and Microsoft Word installed) and a reliable Internet connection to access your learning documentation. You will also require access to a video recording device (such as a webcam or smart phone) to record yourself undertaking certain assessment activities. You must be comfortable using technology to locate information and research topics – for example to find a copy of a regulation using Google – and in using the main features and functions of digital tools (such as word processing programs, email and printers) to complete work tasks. You must also have an understanding of how to use Microsoft Word and Adobe Reader, be able to download, scan and upload documents, and know how to access online materials.
iClass+ course students: To attend an iClass+ session you will need to have access to a computer with a good internet connection, webcam and audio functionality.
2. LLN prerequisites – all students: All students must possess the following language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) abilities:
A. Learning ability: You must be comfortable using your experience to reflect on ways that variables impact outcomes, and identify future improvements. You must be self-directing, able to manage your own learning, and be able to plan and balance multiple requirements and meet deadlines.
B. English reading ability: You must be comfortable reading and interpreting a range of documentation relevant to the subject – this includes organisational policies and procedures and assessment instructions.
C. English writing ability: You will be required to draft and develop various documents using appropriate format and language for the context and the audience. You must be comfortable writing documents such as formal documents, including instructions, information updates and completing report templates.
D. English speaking ability: You will be required to participate in verbal exchanges using clear language and appropriate tone and syntax to provide relevant information. You must be able to use active listening and questioning to elicit views and opinions of others.