Streamlining your path to TAE certification with the Workplace Trainers RPL & GAP

Do you have a wealth of experience and knowledge you’d love to share with others? Are you currently in a training focused role within your workplace? Looking to grow into a career with increasing demand? If you’re ready to propel your career forward and make a real impact, our TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment Workplace Trainers Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) & GAP pathway might be the perfect fit for you!

We’ve just made an exciting update to our “Workplace Trainers RPL & GAP” pathway, previously known as “Teacher’s RPL & GAP” to reflect the program’s expanding scope, catering to a wider range of individuals seeking to become qualified trainers and assessors in the VET industry. At Plenty Training, we want to recognise your current expertise and skills to help you transition into the rewarding world of training and assessment in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector. This pathway leverages your existing skills and knowledge, streamlining the certification process!

What to expect from our Workplace Trainer’s RPL & GAP TAE?

Through a combination of evidence and workbook submissions, students who are eligible for this pathway can expedite their TAE40122 qualification by undertaking up to four units via RPL, potentially cutting the assessment workload down significantly!

Students can apply to gain recognition of prior learning for the following units:

Fill in our free eligibility application to see if your current skills as a workplace trainer could save you time when it comes to completing the assessment portion of the TAE40122 qualification!

With its flexible structure the Workplace Trainers Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) & GAP pathway, is an attractive option for workplace trainers seeking to become qualified trainers and assessors in the VET industry.

Ready to take the next step? Learn more about the Workplace Trainers RPL & GAP pathway and kickstart your journey to becoming a qualified trainer and assessor today!

Recent enhancements create broader opportunities:

If you’re a secondary school teacher, you might have read up to this point and be wondering what these changes mean for you. You will be thrilled to know  recent amendments to the Standards for RTOs 2015 have now made it easier than ever before for secondary school teachers to meet the requirements of trainers and assessors. To learn more about how you can become a FULLY qualified trainer and assessor with only a skill set, read our recent article, “RTO Standards Amendments: Game-changer for Educators & Aspiring Professionals!”