C4277 - Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

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RMIT program code: C4277
Plan name: Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Plan code: C4277
National Program Code: TAE40110
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 12 evening sessions, one session per week, 5 full Saturdays and one half Saturday session
Minimum Nominal Hours: 255

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2017 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires completion of the following:

  C4277 Courses
 

In this program you are required to complete 4 modules, Design, LLN, Delivery and Assessment, which have 7 core and 3 elective units.

Each week you will focus on topics within units and complete activities, tasks and discussions in class.  Outside of class you are required to read around your topic, complete tasks, in addition to working on your workplace projects.

This program requires a high level of commitment, and, as such, is suited to people who are involved with or who intend to be involved in training in their workplace. Access to your current workplace or another workplace is required for project based assessment.    If you do not have access to a workplace you will need to consult with the Program Coordinator about alternative arrangements.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Candidates with relevant experience may be eligible to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning for some or all units of competency.  Initial applications should be discussed with the Program Coordinator prior to the course start date.

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C4277 Courses

For the Intensive day program please read the information below.

If you wish to enrol in one of the Intensive 12 Day programs please complete your registration through the RMIT Short Courses website or call 9925 8111. Do not apply through direct application or enrol through online enrolment.  Online enrolment is for the Semester Long Certificate IV TAE evening program only and not for the Intensive programs.

Once you have been accepted you will be sent a Pre-Training review document and an enrolment form which must be completed and returned to maria.dimitrakopoulos@rmit.edu.au.  

For the Semester Evening program please read the information below on the online application.

When enrolling in the Semester Long Evening Thursday class the section code  will be 1EVE, please use this section code to add 10 units. Classes will have a minimum of 15 to a maximum of 25 students.

The semester 1, 2017 delivery structure will be as follows:

12 x Thursday evening classes (6pm-9pm)

1. Sat 25 Feb, 2. Sat 4 Mar ,3. Sat 1Apr (9:30am-4.30pm)

4. Sat 29 April , 5. Sat 6 May   (9.30am-4.30pm)       5 full days

Half day Sat 13 May.

 

Prior to enrolling into the Certificate IV TAE40110 program, all students who have been granted a government subsidy will need to complete a Pre Training review and undertake a BKSB LLN assessment, both of these processes will need to be completed to remove the block preventing you to enrol.   Please type in VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ENROLMENT GUIDE in the RMIT search engine to follow step-by-step instructions, or follow instructions from the email which was sent to you with your offer.  You are advised to use Google Chrome to enrol online.  We ask you to attend an information evening scheduled for Tuesday , 24 January 2017 from 5.00 pm to 7.00pm Location is Building 51, Level 2, Room 14, 80 - 92 Victoria Street, Carlton, cnr of Victoria and Cardigan Streets Carlton, opposite Draculas Restaurant,  in which the Cert IV TAE program will be outlined, including RPL, assessment tasks within the program and the program resources to be used.

Commencement date is Thursday, 2 February 2017, 6.00pm-9.00pm in the same room as the information session Building 51, Level 2, Room 14, 80-92 Victoria Street, Carlton.

Assessment submission

All assessments will need to be submitted electronically via the C4277 TAE Blackboard shell.  Your trainer will advise you of the submission process once your program has commenced.  Please make sure to include an RMIT coversheet with every assessment submission made. Each page of your assessment should inculde the module name and the project number of that particular assessment piece.  In the footer of your assessment submission, please include the file name, date and your name and student/client number.

Once you begin classes you are required to notify your trainer or administration by phone or email if you are not able to attend. Contact details will be given to you at the commencement of the program.

C4277 Core Courses - Select ALL seven (7) Courses.

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Plan assessment activities and processes (TAEASS401B)20TCHE5751CCity Campus3397 (1EVE)
Assess competence (TAEASS402B)15TCHE5752CCity Campus3398 (1EVE)
Participate in assessment validation (TAEASS403B)20TCHE5750CCity Campus3399 (1EVE)
Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning (TAEDEL401A)30TCHE5202CCity Campus3395 (1EVE)
Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace (TAEDEL402A)25TCHE5203CCity Campus3396 (1EVE)
Design and develop learning programs (TAEDES401A)50TCHE5204CCity Campus3393 (1EVE)
Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs (TAEDES402A)25TCHE5205CCity Campus3394 (1EVE)
AND

C4277 Elective Courses - Select Three (3) Courses. Note: Courses 046227-BSBCMM401A and 051380-PSPGOV414A are included for historical enrolments and are no longer delivered.

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Contribute to assessment (TAEASS301B)10TCHE5753CCity Campus3400 (1EVE)
Provide workplace mentoring (PSPGEN035)40BUSM8802CCity Campus4235 (1EVE)
Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills (TAELLN411)30GEDU6046CCity Campus3402 (1EVE)
4370 (TDDR)
Design and develop assessment tools (TAEASS502B)30TCHE5775CCity Campus4369 (TDDR)
 

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Contact details and related links

Program structure enquiries

Maria Dimitrakopoulos

Program Administrative Officer

Tel:  9925 4933

email:  maria.dimitrakopoulos@rmit.edu.au

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*Semester 1 classes generally commence in February and Semester 2 classes generally commence in July. Please contact your school for more information about specific class start days.

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