TAE50116 Diploma of vocational education and training
TAE50216 Diploma of training design and development
Professionals in the vocational education sector deserve recognition that truly reflects their hard work and commitment to students and professional development. The dual diploma program developed at SpecTraining is the course for you. It’s work-based, so it keeps pace with your existing commitments in order to gather evidence while you work.
Spectraining has created a unique mentor program that is individually planned and implemented for each professional we deal with. This means you never get ignored or lost in the system. Our mentors a are there for you until you finish and graduate with not one, but two industry-leading qualifications
You’ll learn how to:
- Conduct a training needs analysis
- Collect, collate and analyse evaluation data
- Create learning strategies
- Develop effective learning resources
- Evaluate your existing learning programs
- Design assessment tools and recognition strategies
- Reflect on, and improve practice
- Identify how to best support candidates who have language, literacy and numeracy challenges.
- Lead assessment validation
Learn the processes and procedures of a highly skilled vocational assessor. Link the content and assessments to your existing practice and apply what you learn to your career. This unit is a ‘practitioners’ topic – meant for those who are currently assessing in the VET space. Refer to Chapter 7, Page 197 of your textbook
Designing and developing assessment tools has been recognised as a key skill for vocational educators. Those with the current TAE40116 will have already attained this unit. If not, SpecTraining have created an intensive upgrade program to help you with the skills and knowledge to complete the required evidence for this unit. Ask us how?. Refer to Chapter 8, Page 244 of your Textbook
Learning to evaluate existing learning programs can benefit your training organisation and provide you with a range of opportunities to improve the outcomes for your students. Having a strategic approach to this task will save you time and money! Refer to Chapter 3, Page 75 of your Textbook.
Learn the processes and procedures of a highly skilled vocational trainer. As with the TAEASS501, you may link the content and assessments to your existing practice and apply what you learn to your career. This unit is a ‘practitioners’ topic – meant for those who are currently training in VET. Refer to Chapter 4, Page 104 of your Textbook.
Having a well planned learning strategy can help you streamline your training courses and deliver excellent outcomes for your learners. This unit covers designing, developing and structuring your content to improve the flow of your training. Refer to Chapter 1, Page 3 of your Textbook.
The quality of learning resources varies considerably across the VET sector. This unit covers the basics of approaching your content development like a professional. It includes a free eBook used by SpecTraining when developing content for a number of global publishers! Refer to Chapter 2, Page 44 of your Textbook.
Take your LLN skills to the next level with this highly practical unit. Not only does it refresh your knowledge of the ACSF and CSfW frameworks, but you have the opportunity to develop resources to meet students LLN needs. You may refer to Chapter 6 of the Textbook for background knowledge. Additional learning content is provided for this unit in the online content.
Professional development is the hallmark of a quality trainer and assessor. This unit fosters the skills and knowledge to plan and execute your professional development
A training needs analysis is the first step to developing training for an organisation. Whether it’s your own, or a client’s business, you’ll learn the project management skills to approach the process like a professional. Refer to Chapter 12, Page 377 of your Textbook.
Larger organisations need leaders. When it comes to the legal requirement of conducting validations in your RTO, this unit will provide you with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage the process from start to finish. Refer to Chapter 9. Page 279 of your Textbook.