Distance online educational provider, Safecity Open Learning Network, has announced a new upgrade to its sought after workplace training qualification, The Diploma of Vocational Education and Training TAE50111.
Full details and course registration information can be found on the website: https://diplomaofvocationaleducationandtraining.wordpress.com/2015/08/17/tae50111-diploma-of-vocational-education-and-training/.
The new Diploma of Vocational Education and Training TAE50111 is now provided online via distance education, allowing students to to complete the course at their own pace, within a 12 month timeframe. The online support feature is a benefit to attendees and the training is affordable, with a low starting deposit and penalty-free payment plan.
The popular diploma course is offered in a face-to-face environment however the open learning version is in demand, particularly amongst stay-at-home parents continuing their training management education. TAE50111 is an accredited diploma level qualification for any workplace training and assessment professional, benefiting their resume in the event of seeking career advancement.
There are no academic prerequisites for course entry, just fluency in English and a PC or laptop with Internet connection. Trainers and assessors currently employed in workplace training delivery or with suitable life experience are eligible for credits towards Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), and the appraisal is free of charge.
In Australia, there is currently speculation that all vocational trainers delivering the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment are likely to be required to hold the Diploma of Vocational Education and Training (TAE50111) in the near future, meaning that they’ll have an higher qualification than the one they’re teaching.
The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) accredits trainers to instruct within the Vocational Education and Training sector (VET), whilst it’s best to have the TAE50111 qualification in the event of leading or training other trainers. There are 10 units of competency required for completion before graduation can take place.
The TAE50111 can apply to team leaders, supervisors or the manager of a group of trainers. The role could entail assessing and evaluating training delivery staff performance as well as providing remedial training and conducting skills upgrades. For Australians, it would also entail working for a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivering Vocational Education and Training (VET) accredited courses, or as a senior trainer within the corporate training sector or government training organisations, such as TAFE.
Safecity Open Learning Network is an Australian registered training organisation with over 20 years’ experience offering diploma training and assessment level courses, to industry and government standards. For more detailed course information or to register, visit the website at the link above.
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