Investigating the Dip VET Unknown Unknowns: TAEDES501


 

Unknown Unknowns

If you missed the background, we have decided to take a look at what experienced training professionals do, and compare that with what the TAE50116 Dip VET says they should be doing.  You can read more about that HERE.  Following on from our first articles about four core units (TAEASS501, TAEDEL502, TAEASS502TAELLN501 and TAEPDD501), we have now collected some descriptive data related to the final core unit from within the TAE Dip VET, TAEDES501 – Design and develop learning strategies.

The following table shows the summary of assessment outcomes in this unit.  Read more…

Investigating the Dip VET Unknown Unknowns: TAEPDD501


 

Unknown Unknowns

If you missed the background, we have decided to take a look at what experienced training professionals do, and compare that with what the TAE50116 Dip VET says they should be doing.  You can read more about that HERE.  Following on from our first articles about four core units (TAEASS501, TAEDEL502, TAEASS502, TAELLN501), we have now collected some descriptive data related to another core unit from within the TAE Diplomas, TAEPDD501 – Maintain and enhance professional practice .

The following table shows the summary of assessment outcomes in this unit.  Read more…

Investigating the Dip VET Unknown Unknowns: TAELLN501


 

Unknown Unknowns

If you missed the background, we have decided to take a look at what experienced training professionals do, and compare that with what the TAE50116 Dip VET says they should be doing.  You can read more about that HERE.  Following on from our first article about three core units (TAEASS501, TAEDEL502, TAEASS502), we have now collected some descriptive data related to a new core unit from within the TAE Diplomas, TAELLN501 – Support the development of adult language, literacy & numeracy skills.

The following table shows the summary of assessment outcomes in this unit.  Read more…

Right Attitude. Right System. Right Team.


Every now and then, a student writes a Review that we believe deserves to be featured and discussed. Instead of them ending up hidden among the others, we will share them with you, and let you know our thoughts about them.

This is what Anup said: 

I enrolled for Diploma of Leadership and management with lots of hesitation as I did not know much about this organization. After I started, I realized I made a right decision choosing Fortress learning.

They have the right attitude. They have the right system. They have the right team. Training resources were great.

Bryan expects the comprehensive and high quality submission, so it made me work hard and put in more efforts and time.

Another good thing is, submission gets checked within four days. So, they do not make you wait long to get your assessment checked.

There was never a moment when I was frustrate dealing with them.

If I have to give any suggestion, I will say, please include more courses.

Why did this particular testimonial catch our attention?  Read more…

Investigating Dip VET RPL outcomes to unearth the “unknown unknowns” in trainer/assessor practice.


 

Unknown Unknowns

We have decided to take a look at what experienced training professionals do, and compare that with what the TAE50116 Dip VET says they should be doing.

The knowledge and skills required to function competently within the VET sector are packaged in the TAE Training Package.   Whereas the somewhat ubiquitous Certificate IV in Training & Assessment may have become somewhat accepted as an entry-level qualification, the Diploma of Vocational Education & Training is rapidly being recognised as essential for anyone involved in the administration, management or leadership of VET.

As with all qualifications, the Dip VET is limited by the Packaging Rules.  Of the 10 units in total, 6 are Core.  From this, we can confidently presume that within those 6 units can be found the essence of a productively functioning VET professional.

That is the idea, anyway. Read more…