Will the Dip VET replace the Cert IV TAE in the Standards for RTOs? It may not need to.


Wonderful TAE50116

Will the Dip VET TAE50116 replace the Cert IV TAE? It’s a question we at Fortress Learning are asked every day.  However, like many things in the world of VET, the answer is, “We really don’t know”.

So, what do we know?

The court of public opinion seems to suggest the answer will be “Yes”.  Even if the Standards do not require it, the winds of change seem to be blowing Trainers and Assessors to see the Dip VET as a professional must-have.  The outcome of that is that professional trainers and assessors will exceed the minimum TAE requirement of the Standards.  Read more…

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…