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Skill Sets are defined as single units of competency, or combinations of units of competency, from an endorsed training package/s that link to a licensing or regulatory requirement, or a defined industry need.
The TAE Training and Education Training Package include one skill set: Address Foundation Skills in Vocational Practice. This skill set is designed to build the capacity of vocational trainers and assessors to address the foundation skills development needs of learners within their vocational practice.
These units are elective units in the TAE Training and Assessment Training Package. They may be used to provide credit towards TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. These units may also be used as elective units within the flexibility provisions of a range of other vocational qualifications.
These units meet industry requirements for vocational trainers and assessors integrating foundation skills into their own vocational practice.
Volume of learning is typically 0.5 – 2 years. There may be variations between short learning duration specialist qualifications that build on knowledge and skills already acquired and longer duration qualifications that are designed as entry level requirements for work.
There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification, although it is expected that candidates will demonstrate the potential to undertake study at ACSF Level 3. A Pre-Training Assessment is conducted with enrolment to determine the Foundation Skills of the learner in relation to the requirements of the course.
There are three units of competency in this Skillset.
|Unit Code||Unit Title|
|TAELLN411||Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills|
|TAELLN412||Access resources and support to address foundation skills in vocational practice|
|TAELLN413||Integrate foundation skills into vocational training delivery|
The TAESS00009 is studied as a 6 month program part-time via distance. The course will require students to independently study and submit their coursework via email.
Assessment information will be provided to you at the start of the course by your trainer and you must abide by the assessment requirements set by MW Training Consultants and your trainers.
Your coursework will be returned with feedback from your trainer. Please allow adequate time for the assessment process before making an enquiry on progress.
All learners with MW Training Consultants are offered the opportunity for recognition of prior learning (RPL). If you believe that you have the pre-existing skills, knowledge and experience for all or part of this course, please contact our head office and request an RPL Guide. This will need to be filled out, with relevant documentation and returned to head office who will forward this on to your trainer for assessment.
Please ensure that you have visited our web address and read and understood our policies, including those on refund of fees which you will find in the MW Student Handbook. You should ensure that any queries you may have about the course have been fully addressed before enrolment and we are ready to answer these queries at email@example.com.
If you are ready to enrol in this course, please complete the enrolment form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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