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Working in VET

Categories: VET compliance
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About Course

Becoming a training facilitator and assessor can be one of the most rewarding careers. It allows you to share with others the knowledge and experience you have gained throughout your life, helping them to reach their own potential and to make a better life for themselves. There is nothing quite like the feeling of watching training participants come to a realisation or connect with an idea you have been putting forward: they “get it”! They have taken a step closer towards achieving their ultimate goals—and you have helped them to do it.

Throughout your career, you will work with a diverse range of people, all with needs and expectations. They will be participating in training for a variety of different reasons; for example, they might be undertaking a traineeship or apprenticeship to learn a trade; they might be looking at furthering their skills in order to be promoted in their work; or they could have been away from the workforce for many years away and wish to update and/or learn new skills.

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What Will You Learn?

  • What it means to be a qualified trainer/assessor
  • The new structure of the VET sector
  • Regulatory and legislative requirements for trainers/assessors and RTOs
  • Creating a structured approach to your professional development
  • Completing PD plans and Trainer/Assessor Matrices

Course Content

An introduction to the VET sector
Discover the components that make the VET sector operate in Australia. From regulations and legislation, through to training packages and training organisations.

Operating in the VET Sector
Jobs, roles, functions and more are covered in this topic. Watch the videos in conjunction with your Textbook readings to gain the most from this content.

Practical Assessment Items
A brief demonstration of completing the practical templates for this unit.

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