Certificate IV in Training And Assessment (TAE40110)
Why choose us?
At TSA, we have been delivering training and assessment qualifications for more than 20 years. Over this time we have continually refined our approach to ensure that we are the benchmark provider of this qualification in Australia. Completing our TAE qualification ensures learners are equipped to implement the highest quality training and assessment in the workplace.
If you are looking for a qualification for yourself or your staff from a training provider with a reputation for quality and integrity, please contact our friendly and professional training advisors.
Who should do this training?
The Cert IV in Training and Assessment qualification is pitched at those who design and deliver training, and design and conduct assessments within the formal Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector in Australia, using nationally recognised Training Packages. Successful completion of the TAE40110 will equip participants to:
- Analyse nationally recognised Training Packages and units of competency
- Design and develop learning programs for nationally recognised units of competency
- Plan, prepare and deliver training sessions to individuals and groups
- Develop and implement work-based learning pathways
- Plan, organise and conduct assessments against nationally recognised units of competency, including development of assessment instruments
In most cases, those undertaking the TAE40110 qualification will conduct training and assessment as a substantial proportion of their job role (or will be aspiring to such a role). Those whose job role encompasses only a limited amount of training and assessment may find that they do not require the entire qualification, but could benefit from completing one or more units. Please contact Training Services Australia for advice in this regard.
To view the packaging rules, modules and the core and elective units, please click here.
How long does the course go for?
The Cert 4 in Training and Assessment course runs for a total duration of 14 days in Perth (or at your workplace), spread over the four separate modules. There is no set timeframe for attending the modules. However, most students are comfortable undertaking the program between 3 – 12 months. In addition to attending the face-to-face training, participants of the course will need to allow time to work on the post-course activities.
What is the cost?
The cost of the Cert IV in Training and Assessment is $2900 per person.
This price is for public workshops in our Perth training centre. Special rates can be negotiated with clients for group-based programs delivered exclusively for their personnel.
Where are the training locations?
The Cert IV in Training and Assessment is delivered via public workshops in Perth at our training centre. We can also offer in-house client specific on- site training overseas, throughout regional Australia as well as all capital cities including Darwin, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra.
When is the course available?
Public course dates are listed below. Please click on the date to enrol. In-house private training can be arranged at a time and date suitable to your business.
Are there any course pre-requisites?
No qualifications or previous experience are necessary to participate in this program. However, students are expected to possess vocational competence in a specific industry / subject / technical area in which they wish to train and assess. Additionally, a relatively high level of reading and writing ability is required along with basic computer skills (internet research and word processing).
The TAE40110 qualification was superseded by the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment on 5 April 2016. Training Services Australia is permitted to train, assess and issue qualifications for the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment until 4 October 2017. Please click here for further information.
What are the assessment requirements?
The TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment is a competency-based qualification. This means that in order to attain the qualification, students need to do more than just attend the training. They also need to provide evidence that they have understood the training and applied it in the workplace.
This requirement means that it is not possible to complete all of the assessment requirements during the face-to-face training.
Note: As part of the process of checking students’ understanding during the training, and in an attempt to balance the assessment workload, TSA provides students with opportunities to generate some evidence for assessment during the face-to-face training.
Students are required to complete a set of assessment tasks for each module they undertake. Satisfactory completion of all assessment tasks is required before a credential can be awarded. Examples of the evidence typically requested from students as part of their assessment tasks include:
Answers to questions demonstrating students’ knowledge and application of the required knowledge
Completion of case studies
Direct observation of students delivering training and conducting simulated assessments
Review of training and assessment documentation developed by students on-course and in the workplace
Completion of workplace-based tasks / projects which require students to apply the relevant competencies in the workplace
Third party observation of students delivering training and conducting assessments
The timeframe for completing the assessment for Module 1 is 2 months. The timeframe for completing the assessments for the other modules is 4 months per module. That is, students have 2 months after attending the training for Module 1 to submit the assessment for Module 1; 4 months after attending the training for Module 2 to submit the assessment for Module 2, and so on.
Students are encouraged to prioritise completion of their assessments ahead of attending further training, and should space their attendance at each module so that assessments do not build up.
Extensions to assessment timeframes
Training Services Australia recognises work and family pressures can make it challenging for some students to complete their assessments within the designated completion timeframes. Consequently, we provide extensions of up to 3 months where a formal request is received. Additional extensions are sometimes allowed in exceptional circumstances.
TSA does not generally grant extensions of more than 6 months from the original due date of the assessment. Students whose assessments are more than 6 months overdue and who still wish to complete their course may be required to re-attend the course or obtain one-on-one coaching to refresh their knowledge of the course content. Additional fees apply in these situations.
Is there any more information?
Yes! Click here for more detailed course information including Language Literacy and Numeracy requirements, arrangements for special needs, RPL and other general advice. Please also review our learner agreement prior to enrolment which contains important information about your rights and obligations as well as support services. Additionally you can email us here or call us on 08 9422 6444.