Level Of Study
About Certificate IV Training and Assessment
Certificate IV Training and Assessment (TAE40110) is the latest qualification to become a trainer, assessor or facilitator. The Certificate IV Training and Assessment qualification was formerly known as TAA40104.
Overview Certificate IV Training and Assessment
Certificate IV Training and Assessment provides the skills and knowledge to deliver training and assessment services in Vocational Education and Training (VET) and in your workplace.
Structure Certificate IV Training and Assessment
The Certificate IV Training and Assessment course is structured into three skill sets/modules:
- Enterprise Trainer: deliver and facilitate learning
- Enterprise Assessor: assess and validate learning
- Training Designer: design and plan learning
We offer the full Certificate IV Training and Assessment course or you can study a single module (face to face or distance option). Click on the link for each module of the Certificate IV Training and Assessment if you are interested in a specific skillset of Cerificate IV Training and Assessment and not the full course.
|Unit Code||Unit Description|
|These units show how to design and develop workplace learning programs.|
|These units cover planning, organising and delivering learning in the workplace. Presentation skills. Adult learning principles. Managing individual and team development.|
|These units teach the principles of assessment and how to develop a standard, design assessment tools as well as plan and organise skills and workplace assessment.|
|This skillset is specifically designed for supervisors and managers of apprentices and trainees.|
Outcomes of Certificate IV Training and Assessment
By the end of the Certificate IV Training and Assessment course, you will be able to:
- Plan lessons and group training
- Design programs for nationally accredited qualifications
- Develop workplace training programs
- Conduct workplace training and assessment
- Evaluate training programs
- Plan and organise skills based assessment
- Plan, organise and facilitate workplace learning for individuals
- Mentor employees, trainees and apprentices
- Present with confidence
- Apply different learning theories
- Use adult learning principles
Duration of Certificate IV Training and Assessment
|Intensive face-to-face course||Distance Learning||On site|
|Ten days in the classroom and 2 days in your workplace. Contact us for upcoming dates.||Study at your own pace. Up to 12 months to complete the course. Distance learning brochure…||We train in your premises anywhere in Australia to your timetable. Make enquiry...|
Certificate IV Training and Assessment assessments
When studying Certificate IV Training and Assessment there will be a number of projects and assessment tasks to complete:
- Conducting training sessions
- Conducting assessment sessions
- Designing training programs
- Designing documents
Some Certificate IV Training and Assessment projects and assessments will be conducted in the training room or via distance, others will require workplace ‘homework’ or to be conducted in your workplace. The course facilitators or distance coach will work closely with you to help you complete each project or task.
- Enterprise trainer and/or assessor
- Registered Training Organisation (RTO) trainer and/or assessor
- Training advisor or training needs analyst
- VET teacher i.e. TAFE lecturer
- VET in schools teacher
- Training co-ordinator
Certificate IV Training and Assessment prerequisites
There are no formal qualification requirements to undertake Certificate IV Training and Assessment however, good language and literacy skills and computer competency is recommended. During your Certificate IV Training and Assessment studies we will provide you with a dedicated facilitator/coach, study materials and as much support as you need.
To complete the Certificate IV Training and Assessment course students are required to undertake two days of workplace relevant training. If you do not have a workplace you can conduct training and assessments in, please contact us as alternative options can be made.