North Queensland Face to Face TAE Program


Face to Face Cert IV TAE in Cairns and Townsville

NRT logoOur North Queensland program is for people seeking the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment in a unique and thoughtfully integrated program that enables you to become a capable and engaging trainer and assessor.

About the Program

Fortress Learning’s Face to Face North Queensland Cert IV TAE program is based on the knowledge that people many people wish to engage in a robust and rigorous program that provides you with a hands-on, interactive and supportive approach to your learning.  These people are not afraid of a bit of hard work, and understand that finding a balance between both group and individual work suits the way they like to learn.

For that reason, this program integrates all the required skills and knowledge from the TAE40116 qualification into an enjoyable hands-on delivery that enables you to constantly interact with your trainers and assessors throughout the course and help you to achieve tour goals sooner.

If you are seeking just the TAESS00015 Enterprise Trainer & Assessor Skill Set, then you can attend just for some days.  We’ll tell you more about that below.

Our course will suit people who:

  • Currently train and assess in the workplace and who need to formalise their skills
  • People in the workplace who would like to become Trainers and Assessors in their workplace or in a Registered Training Organisations (RTO)
  • Existing Trainers and Assessors in RTOs
  • Or simply those wishing to educate themselves further in Adult Education

ETASS is short for TAESS00015 – Enterprise Trainer & Assessor Skill Set.

This course brings together 4 units from the Cert IV TAE program:

  • TAEASS401 Plan assessment activities and processes
  • TAEASS402 Assess competence
  • TAEASS403 Participate in assessment validation
  • TAEDEL301 Provide work skill instruction

Because these units are a part of the full Cert IV TAE, you can attend just 7 days from the full program in order to attain just the ETASS.

The calendar below shows the dates you would need to attend, and remember that there will also be some further learning and assessment activity required after you have attended the face to face component.

Fortress Learning’s Face to Face Cert IV TAE program in North Queensland is scheduled to commence on the following 2019 dates, subject to numbers:

North Queensland

Location

October

November

December

Mackay
Full Course (10 days)

21 October - 1 November
THIS PROGRAM IS FULL

Mackay
ETASS (7 days)

22-23 Oct, & 28 Oct -1 Nov
THIS PROGRAM IS FULL

Charters Towers
Full Course (10 days)

11-22 November

Charters Towers
ETASS (7 days)

12-13 & 18-22 November

Townsville
Full Course (10 days)

2 - 13 December

Townsville
ETASS (7 days)

3-4 & 9-13 December

2020 dates will be added once they have become available.

Sue Hill Townsville TAE40116

Sue Hill has been in North Queensland for ten years and brings 30 years experience delivering the highest quality of training and assessment to individuals and workplaces.  Sue commenced delivering workplace trainer and assessor qualifications in 1998 and completed a Graduate Diploma in Adult and Vocational Education in 2008.  She was a member of the steering committee that developed the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAA) and has thorough knowledge of how best to adapt training and assessment to individual and organisational needs to develop work ready, confident graduates.

Along with her vocational education experience, Sue has enjoyed over fifteen years in senior and executive leadership roles in government, corporate and not-for-profit sectors.

Sue has a personal commitment to lifelong learning and assisting others to seek out and realise their potential.  She recently undertook a sabbatical and achieved her Commercial Helicopter Pilot licence so has contemporary understanding of the challenges, and rewards, of undertaking study.  Sue has built a strong referral network with past learners highly recommending her engaging and interactive learning delivery.

Outside work Sue continues her interest in Animal Assisted Therapies having co-authored a number of programs for youth at risk, young and adult offenders and those with physical and mental illnesses or injuries.  Sue is pictured with her Delta Therapy Dog, Ash – a Turkish Livestock Guardian Dog.

You can expect a high level of support both during and following the face to face component.  This will be detailed on Day 1, and will include:

  1. helpful response times for things like emails, phone calls and assessment of your submissions
  2. clear and thoughtful answers to your questions
  3. random contact from us to see how you are going
  4. continued support through direct contact with your Trainer, where you can seek assistance and ask questions as required.

You will also have direct access to support through:

  • our Facebook Discussion Group
  • online chat
  • email and phone support
  • the option to attend further face to face components (subject to availability of places in those courses)
  • Our time efficient delivery provides you with a face to face delivery of 10 consecutive business days. The final Friday of each course is a Study Day dedicated to those who would like more time to review or ask for assistance and support from their Trainer.
  • Study Days are open to all students of this program during their 12 month enrolment period.
  • Most – if not all – practical training sessions and group assessments are completed in class
  • There are assessment tasks that will need to be completed after the face to face delivery of the course.  These include things like designing learning programs, developing assessment tools and demonstrating your knowledge.
  • You are free to submit tasks as soon as they are completed.
  • The course design provides you with the ability to work around your current commitments to complete your course.

 

The entire duration of enrolment is:  12 months

This includes two components:

The face to face component:  10 days (7 days for the ETASS)

The online/distance component:  the remainder of the enrolment period

How does it work?

The initial face-to-face portion of the course will take 2 weeks (or 7 days if you are doing just the ETASS).  This provides the foundation learning for the program, and also includes a considerable amount of the practical assessment components, especially those that require access to other people

Following the face -to-face component, your learning will continue and you will have further assessment tasks to complete.  The pace at which you complete these is up to you, although experience tells us that many people will require 6 months, but we do allow up to 12 months so you can fully immerse yourself in the program, and better juggle the program with other components of your life.

 

What will affect how long my TAE Cert IV will take?

Experience tells us that the following factors will affect the time it takes to complete this course:

  • Experience – if you have experience in training/assessing, then you will likely not need as long as people without experience
  • Dedication – if you have a good reason to do the course, and can hold yourself accountable, then you will likely not need as long as people who are less committed
  • Other commitments – if you have a busy life with many competing professional and personal demands, then you will likely need longer than those people with fewer demands.

All assessments are based on real life workplace scenarios, meaning that there is no requirement for assessments to be completed in a particular workplace. Ultimately, you will have 12 months from the beginning of your course to complete and submit your assessment tasks.

Start and Finish Times:

We will commence at 9am and finish at about 5pm.  We’ll break for morning and afternoon tea, and also for lunch.

The Venue:

To be advised

What do I need to bring to class?

Yourself of course, but you will also need to bring to class your Laptop, photo ID, pens and paper for taking notes. You will be provided with soft copy resources at the beginning of the course and a series of hard copy handouts throughout.

What do I need to wear?

As you will spend a lot of time sitting in class, you will need to wear something that is comfortable but suitable for a professional classroom environment.

The fee for the full TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment is $2800.  This is payable as follows:

  • $1500 on enrolment, and prior to course commencement
  • $1000 after 90 days
  • the balance after a further 90 days, or on exit if you are ready to graduate earlier

The fee for the TAESS00015 Enterprise Trainer and Assessor Skill Set is $2000.  This is payable as follows:

  • $1500 on enrolment, and prior to course commencement
  • $500 after 90 days, or on exit if you are ready to graduate earlier

Organisations paying for their staff are able to pay the full amount upfront.  If a Purchase Order is preferred, this can be arranged.

What does it include?

This fee includes all materials that will be required during the program, including learning resources, assessment materials and support.

What about Credit Transfer?

We are able to award Credit Transfer where a unit you have completed previously is an equivalent version of the one included in this program.  However, because our program is delivered and assessed holistically, it is not likely that just 1-2 units would make much difference to what your program involves.  For this reason, the fee is not reduced unless you are able to obtain Credit Transfer for an entire Cluster (ie, Design, Deliver or Assess).  If you are not sure, then the best thing is to have a chat with your Trainer about this – you are welcome to email us directly to get our thoughts on this before you enrol.

We like our students to be successful.  For that reason, we invite you to follow these steps to begin:

  1.  Complete the Suitability-Self Assessment Checklist, because it is not in your interests – or ours – for people to enrol in programs of study that are in any way unsuitable for them.
  2. Once you are comfortable with the items on that Checklist, then you may complete the Enrolment Form.  When you are there, you will be able to choose your preferred start date.
  3. The enrolment form will direct you to our Booking Form where you may choose classroom dates which suit your schedule.
  4. Make your first payment, either online or phone with credit card, or via bank deposit.  If your course starts very soon, then paying by credit card over the phone is probably the best way to ensure that the payment is received in time for your place to be confirmed for your chosen course date.
  5. Get things started.   Once we have received your enrolment form and payment, we will confirm your place, verify your USI and get things moving along within 24 hours.

If at any time you are not certain of how to proceed or what is happening, then just let us know and we can work it through together.

More Information

For further information about this program, you are welcome to use the following form to ask a question.  Alternatively, you can give us a call on 1300 141 994 and we’ll connect you with Sue Hill.  She’ll be your Trainer so you can get your learning relationship off to a great start.

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