Course Content
Planning work outcomes
This section involves identifying personal leadership and mentoring objectives and responsibilities, determining expected outcomes, goals, and behaviours for VET teachers, trainers, and assessors as per organisational needs. It requires selecting strategies to support these professionals in their roles and planning for potential contingencies that may affect their performance, ensuring a comprehensive approach to leadership and mentoring within a VET context.
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Coordinate VET teachers, trainers and assessors
This section emphasises communicating work objectives and responsibilities to VET professionals in line with legislative requirements. It involves allocating development tasks based on individual expertise and potential, ensuring clear instructions are provided. The focus is also on facilitating open, respectful communication and collaboration, considering diversity, and identifying opportunities for cross-collaboration among both internal and external VET teachers, trainers, and assessors to foster a cooperative and inclusive work environment.
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Mentor VET teachers, trainers and assessors
This section focuses on providing guidance to VET teachers, trainers, and assessors to improve workplace culture. It includes supporting them in line with organisational requirements to achieve their goals and encouraging collaboration for the identification, sharing, and resolution of task-related issues and inefficiencies. Additionally, it involves using problem-solving techniques to effectively address challenges encountered in the mentoring process.
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Review the performance of VET teachers, trainers and assessors
This final section involves evaluating the performance of VET teachers, trainers, and assessors against agreed work plans, providing feedback in alignment with organisational standards. It includes identifying professional development opportunities to enhance their performance and behaviours, and implementing action plans tailored to meet their specific professional development needs. This approach ensures continuous improvement and alignment with organisational goals and requirements.
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TAEPDD502 – Lead and mentor VET teachers, trainers and assessors
About Lesson

1.      Reflective Practice Model:

o   Description: This model involves   It includes reflecting before, during, and after a practice situation. Practitioners analyse their actions, consider the outcomes, and think about how they might improve or do things differently in the future.

o   Example in VET Context: A VET trainer might reflect on a training session they delivered, considering aspects like their teaching methods, engagement with students, and the effectiveness of the materials used. They would then use these reflections to adjust their approach for future sessions.

2.      Competency-Based Model:

o   Description: This model focuses on specific competencies that professionals must exhibit in their practice. It defines the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for effective performance in a particular job role. The model is often used for setting performance standards and for professional development.

o   Example in VET Context: In a competency-based model, a VET assessor would be required to demonstrate competencies such as accurate assessment of student work, adherence to ethical standards, and effective communication with students. Their professional development would be targeted at enhancing these specific competencies.

3.      Collaborative Practice Model:

o   Description: This model emphasises teamwork and collaboration among professionals. It involves sharing knowledge, learning from each other, and working together to achieve better outcomes. The model fosters a supportive environment where professionals can collectively solve problems and innovate.

o   Example in VET Context: Within a VET institution, trainers and assessors might form collaborative groups to share teaching strategies, discuss challenges, and develop joint resources. This collaborative approach not only improves individual practice but also enhances the overall quality of education and training provided.

 

Each of these models underlines different aspects of professional practice and behaviours, highlighting the importance of continuous learning, adherence to standards, and collaborative efforts for professional growth and effectiveness in the vocational education and training sector.