Diploma Vocational Education and Training (VET) – Course Units TAE50111

The Diploma of Vocational Education and Training reflects the roles of experienced practitioners delivering training and assessment services usually within Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) within the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.

They may have a role in leading other trainers and assessors and in providing mentoring or advice to new trainers or assessors as well as designing approaches to learning and assessment strategies across a significant area within the RTO.

Training and Assessment FAQs

What will be my Job Title when I obtain my Training Qualification?

After obtaining the Diploma of Vocational Education and Training (VET), you will have the Qualification allowing you to work in any industry as a:

  • Training Coordinator
  • Training and Assessment Developer
  • RTO Manager or
  • Training Consultant

What is the Course Structure?

The Diploma of Vocational Education and Training includes TEN (10) units consisting of SIX (6) CORE (C) units and FOUR (4) ELECTIVE (E) units.

Please refer to the table below for the units of competency and learning outcomes for the Diploma of Vocational Education and Training.

Unit of Competency Learning Outcomes
Provide advanced assessment practice (C)
Develop and extend assessment expertise, practise assessment, lead and influence other assessors and evaluate and improve assessment approaches.
Design and develop assessment tools (C)
Determine focus of the assessment tool, design assessment tool, develop assessment tool and review and trial assessment tool.
Provide advanced facilitation practice (C)
Extend facilitation practices, prepare for complex environments, prepare for learners with complex needs, develop learner independence and reflect on, and improve practice.
Design and develop learning strategies (C)
Determine the parameters of the learning strategy, develop the framework for the learning strategy, devise the content and structure of the learning strategy and review the learning strategy.
Address adult language literacy and numeracy skills (C)
Determine the core LLN requirements of the training, access specialist learning support and customise program to develop core LLN skills.
Maintain and enhance professional practice (C)
Model high standards of performance, determine personal development needs, collaborate with peers in professional development, participate in professional development activities and reflect on and evaluate professional practice.
Lead assessment validation (E)
Monitor assessment practice and coordinate assessment validation activities.
Develop and implement recognition strategies (E)
Analyse job descriptions and workplace performance measures of an organisation, determine the range of evidence that can contribute to recognition for a unit of competency, prepare a recognition package for employees of an organisation, monitor recognition-based assessment for a unit of competency and evaluate an organisations recognition based assessment procedures.
Facilitate e-learning (E)
Establish the e-learning environment, introduce e-learning, guide and facilitate e-learning, monitor e-learning and review e-learning processes.
Design and develop learning resources (E)
Research the learning resource requirements, design the learning resource and plan the content, develop the learning resource content, review learning resource prior to implementation and evaluate the design and development process.
Design and develop e-learning resources (E)
Determine the scope and research the e-learning resource, design the e-learning resource, develop the e-learning resource and review, trial and evaluate the e-learning process.
Research and develop units of competency (E)
Interpret requirements and research competency area, draft the unit of competency, validate the unit of competency and finalise the unit of competency.
Evaluate a training program (E)
Plan and prepare evaluation, collect and collate evaluation data and information for a training program, analyse evaluation data and information and make conclusions, report on the conclusions and recommendations of the evaluation.

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