TAEDEL411 - Facilitate vocational training | WEA Sydney

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This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to plan, prepare for and facilitate the vocational training of both individual learners and groups of learners via a face-to-face, in-person delivery mode. It includes customising and using existing session plans and learning resources, using these plans to facilitate training, and reviewing own practice. The unit applies to entry-level vocational education and training (VET) teachers and trainers who use training and technical skills to deliver training based on a product that is nationally recognised or aligned with other recognised frameworks.

  • Students will be paying this course in two payments, one with an initial fee of $200 on enrolment, with a marking fee of $75 to be paid when the assessor has finished marking your unit.
  • This unit must be completed within 3 months. Extensions (1 month - $50, 3 month - $150, 6 month - $350) can be purchased through the office upon request.
  • All students have 90 days to submit the required documentation on enrolment or WEA Sydney reserves the right to cancel their enrolment.
  • Access to our online learning platform will be issued once we have received and verified all your supporting documentation and USI number.

Course entry requirements

Those entering this program must be able to demonstrate vocational competency in their proposed teaching and assessing area. Vocational competency is defined as broad industry knowledge and experience. Effective language, literacy and numeracy skills to plan, research and write a range of documentation and present information as well as access to a computer and internet is also required. Please notify us during the enrolment process of any additional learning needs to maximise your potential. Please ensure that you have read the WEA Sydney Student Handbook before enrolling.

Elements and Performance Criteria

Plan and prepare for vocational training

  • Identify purpose, target group, learning resources and requirements for training from the training and assessment strategy
  • Access nationally recognised units of competency or other performance benchmarks and identify required standard of performance
  • Arrange and review delivery plan, session plans and learning resources according to legislative and regulatory requirements
  • Identify and organise required support for foundation skill and learning needs within scope of own role; and make necessary adjustments and/or access specialist support where required
  • Identify and assess safety constraints and risks to training in line with work health and safety (WHS) policies and procedures

Customise vocational training

  • Review information about learner characteristics and needs and their work context to identify customisation needs
  • Customise session plans and learning resources to suit learners and their context
  • Record amendments according to organisational procedures

Deliver face-to-face vocational training

  • Prepare learning environment and check equipment prior to use according to organisational requirements
  • Facilitate face-to-face training sessions according to session plans
  • Use training facilitation techniques and activities that support and engage individual learners and groups of learners
  • Present information to individuals and groups using presentation techniques and aids
  • Identify and monitor health and safety hazards and risks, and implement and adjust risk controls to address risks during training
  • Maintain and store training records according to organisational requirements

Support individual and group learning

  • Monitor and document learner progress according to organisational procedures
  • Monitor individual and group learning to identify learner difficulties and training challenges
  • Adapt session plans and adjust training facilitation techniques to respond to diverse learner needs and maintain learner motivation, engagement and commitment

Review vocational training practice

  • Seek learner feedback according to organisational procedures
  • Analyse own practice of facilitating training and identify opportunities for improvements

For a full overview of this individual unit, please visit the training.gov.au website.

Will you need to sit for any exams?

No, this is a competency-based course. You will need to show that you understand and are able to implement the learning you have received and will be required to competently complete assessment tasks for all units of learning.

Enrol online now or ring us on 9264 2781 for further enquiries.
Registered Training Organisation Number: 90194

Assessments are made against units of competency.

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