Why do your TAE Course in Melbourne with Phillips?
Because our program gets results! Imagine yourself inspiring others with the skills and knowledge you’ve gained through your work. This course equips you with the skills to engage your audience and communicate key concepts. Well-structured and enjoyable training and clear, practical assessments ensures you achieve results in a realistic time-frame.
With a focus on practical training skills, our program covers:
- How adults learn and the implications for your training
- Maximising student participation and engagement
- Learning styles and tailoring your delivery
- Assessment methods and strategies
- Use of resources, handouts, electronic presentations and other media
Through a combination of classroom-based, instructor-led learning, practical and written assessments, you will complete the 10 units of competency required to achieve the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. This is the nationally recognised qualification that is essential to deliver and assess accredited qualifications in Australia.^
Who is this course for?
- beginning trainers/assessors who need the skills and knowledge to train and assess in their industry or workplace
- those who want to work for TAFE colleges, private registered training organisations (RTOs), government or non-government organisations (NGOs), enterprises or businesses
- experienced practitioners for ongoing professional and career development
- experienced trainers/assessors who need to gain the current accredited qualification
You will acquire the skills and knowledge to deliver high-quality, group-based learning sessions through the combination of facilitated workshops and student peer interaction. The classroom environment is a valuable and powerful component of your learning experience with this delivery option. Applied learning and assessment tasks are completed in class, while theory can be completed by you between classes, providing ample opportunity for you to absorb and apply your learning. These workshops are supplemented by email and telephone support when required. And if we hear of any training work that would suit you, we’ll pass on the tip! Our courses start every second month and classes are offered as weekly evening classes over 16 weeks with 16 weeks of post-workshop support.
We run these courses regularly, so you can choose when to start. For dates and times of upcoming workshop-based courses see Enrol Now. Or, if you’re ready to start your training career, call and speak to one of our friendly consultants today.
Fees and Funding
This course is available as Fee For Service only.
Assessment tasks are practical and, where possible, oriented to your work context for relevance. They consist of a variety of tasks requiring the ability to research, analyse and present your responses in written and verbal formats, including class presentations, reports and practical demonstrations. Feedback on completion of tasks is given as you progress through the course.
This approach enables you to complete this course efficiently and effectively. If you are already working in a training and assessment role, you may find that you complete the assessment tasks even more quickly, potentially completing all course requirements by the final workshop. We will allow you up to three months post workshops to submit your final assessments, with further extensions possible on application and if required. We support you every step of the way!
As this course is a key qualification in Australia’s VET system, it has specific conditions that may affect your ability to benefit from undertaking this training. The following information should be considered carefully before you decide to enrol.
General Entry Requirements
To gain maximum benefit from this course, you will need to be able to speak, read and write fluently in English, as well as have basic computer and internet skills and reliable access to equipment. Please note you may also need to undertake some assessment of your current language, literacy and numeracy skills in order for us to determine your capacity to complete this course and whether you may benefit from further foundation skills support.
Vocational Competency Requirements
In planning to become a qualified trainer and assessor with this course, it is highly recommended that you have an existing vocational competency. This becomes the area in which you deliver training and assess others.
Many people choose to become a trainer in order to pass on their knowledge and skills to others. Typically participants of this course will have extensive experience in their own industry or profession, often combined with an appropriate qualification.
It is important to note that organisations who employ qualified trainers will expect you to have this TAE qualification together with vocational competency in order to satisfy RTO registration and trainer/assessor employment requirements. Phillips Institute staff will check that you are able to meet this condition prior to finalising your enrolment. Call us and speak with the program manager if you are unsure about this requirement.
On completion of this qualification, you can take your training career further with the Phillips Institute program TAE50111 Diploma of Vocational Education and Training or the TAE50211 Diploma of Training Design and Development, or higher education courses in vocational education and training, learning and development.
What students say
“Everyone at Phillips has been nothing but supportive and enthusiastic. I’ve just done my TAE with them and – I couldn’t have had a better experience. I think I made the choice of champions!! Thanks Phillips.” – Jenny, 2014
“A great place to further your education, with helpful staff and facilitators. You’re learning new things, meeting new people, no stress, in a fun environment and relaxing atmosphere. Great work guys.” – Anthony, 2014
“I admired your zeal to help us learners to fulfil our dreams of moving forward, stepping up for learning and self-trans
“Great place to learn and develop” – Stan, 2014.
“Another interesting session last night. I am learning so much and I am really glad that I took on this course” – Steve. 2014
“Thanks again for all your support. It has really made this experience a ton of fun, extremely interesting and very fulfilling” – Jennifer. 2013
Units of Competency
|Unit Code||Unit Title|
|TAEASS401B||Plan assessment activities and processes|
|TAEASS403B||Participate in assessment validation|
|TAEDEL401A||Plan, organise and deliver group based learning|
|TAEDEL402A||Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace|
|TAEDES401A||Design and develop learning programs|
|TAEDES402A||Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs|
|TAEASS502*||Design and develop assessment tools|
|TAEDEL301A*||Provide work skill instruction|
|TAELLN411*||Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills|
* Elective units listed may be subject to change
TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills – already included in our full program, we also offer as professional development for current trainers – click here for more.
Ready to get started?
Get ready for your future training career – Call us on 1300 558 837 or just click on the Enrol Now tab at the top right of this page when you’re ready to apply.