TAE50216 Diploma of Training Design & Development
This highly sought after qualification is suitable for those who identify the need for, and apply, advanced skills and knowledge in vocational education management and course design.
The customised programme has been designed for accelerated training and assessment to suit those who have been working in a registered training organisation or learning and development role and have experiences contributing to the management of organisational activities
There are no specific entrance requirements for the DIploma of training design and development. It is advantageous to have experience in the VET sector and familiarisation with the terminology used in the sector. This includes terms used in national training packages, the Australian Qualifications Framework, and vocational education in general.
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
Total number of units = 10
5 core units plus
5 elective units
|Quality development||Design and develop assessment tools||
|Quality development||Design and develop learning strategies||TAEDES501|
|Quality development||Design and develop learning resources||TAEDES502|
Evaluate a training program
|Training needs||Undertake organisational training needs analysis||TAETAS501|
|Assessment Management||Lead assessment validation processes||TAEASS503|
|Assessment Management||Provide advanced assessment practice||TAEASS501|
|Professional development||Maintain and enhance professional practice||TAEPDD501|
|Research||Apply research to training and assessment practice||TAERES501|
|Learner support||Support the development of adult language literacy and numeracy skills||TAELLN501|
institutional delivery/ virtual workshops
Simulated work/ industry environment
- 2x Trainer led workshops
- Online tutorials
- Monthly mentor support
Post Course Assessment Support
Assessment support direct to the assessor via telephone, Zoom and email.
The following processes will be applied for students considered to be “at risk”:
- Development of an individualised Study Management Plan
Presentation of information, interactive discussion, case studies, workplace application and reflective practice.
Participants are provided with learner’s resources including readings, case studies, assessment tasks and practical projects.
- Examination Questions
- Practical Activities
- Workplace Report
- Portfolio of Evidence
This program is at Level 5 on the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) and, hence, is a nationally recognised vocational qualification.
Successfully completing this qualification leads to work in training organisations at a senior level. The TAE Diploma’s allow graduates to deliver and assess accredited units of competency under the national training system.