TAE course

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

TAE40122

Do you want to work in health education?

Education in health is a growing industry and experienced nurses, midwives and personal care workers wanting to work in education, whether in their workplace, vocational education sector or a clinical setting, often require a formal qualification. 

The ANMF (Vic Branch) Education Centre (RTO ID 22609) offers health professionals a bespoke, health-focused training and assessment qualification.

This course has been contextualised to reflect your working environment, preparing graduates for current industry demands. Experienced, well-qualified teaching and support staff, materials, modern facilities with clinical simulation, well-equipped classrooms, computer laboratories and an extensive library ensure a quality course designed specifically for educators in health.

Applicants MUST physically reside in Victoria in line with our regulatory requirements. This course leads to a nationally recognised qualification and upon successful completion will be issued an AQF [Australian Qualifications Framework] certificate.


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Courses require minimum 10 participants to proceed, invite your colleagues to join you!

NRT logo THIS IS A NATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATION DELIVERED BY THE ANMF (VIC BRANCH) EDUCATION CENTRE RTO ID 22609 

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Course - TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

Duration 

  • 33 weeks. 24 live classes running from 9am until 5pm for courses with blended online and face-to-face delivery.
  • 35 weeks. 27 live online classes running from 9am until 5pm for courses delivered online only.

Delivery mode

  • Course starting Tuesday 16 April. This course is delivered via scheduled online and face-to-face sessions. 
  • Course starting Friday 10 May. This course is delivered via scheduled online sessions. 

Location: 535 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne (classroom and clinical simulation centre). 

Entry requirements: Applicants MUST be Victorian based residents in line with our regulatory requirements. Individuals must be able to demonstrate vocational competency in their proposed teaching and assessing area. This includes holding a relevant qualification and/or demonstrating broad industry knowledge and experience. As classes will be held virtually, students will also require a computer with a strong internet connection and headphones, headset or speakers to hear the presentation. A device with a camera and microphone to interact with the facilitator is highly desirable.

Selection criteria: Applicants are required to complete a pre-training review (PTR) prior to enrolment of training, which involves:

  1. Completion of PTR questionnaire to identify individual learning needs, applicants must demonstrate the aptitude and adequate and digital literacy to meet course requirements
  2. Completion of LLND assessment and participation in an interview to identify levels of core foundation skills, applicants must demonstrate that they have sufficient language, literacy numeracy and digital (LLND) skills.

Assessment overview: Assessment overview [PDF]

Core units

  • TAEDES411 Use nationally recognised training products for accredited vocational training and assessment.
  • TAEDES412 Design and develop plans for vocational training.
  • TAEPDD401 Work effectively in the VET sector.
  • TAEDEL411 Facilitate vocational training
  • TAEASS412 Assess competence
  • TAEASS413 Participate in assessment validation

Elective units

  • BSBCMM411 Make presentations
  • TAEDEL405 Plan, organise and facilitate online learning
  • TAEDEL412 Facilitate workplace-based learning
  • TAEDEL414 Mentor in the workplace
  • TAEDEL311 Provide work skill instruction
  • TAEASS404 Assess competence in an online environment

Cost:

$3,500 for members and $3,800 non-members (includes tuition fees, assessments and learning resources). Please note - payment plans are available.

Fee Schedule

Minimum deposit: $1,000 (member, non-member and government-funded place)
Due: one week before course commencement

Learning block A installment: $750 (ANMF member), $900 (non-member) and $225 (government-funded)
Payment due: Week 5

Learning block B installment: $700 (ANMF member) and $760 (non-member)
Payment due: Week 13

Learning block C installment: $1050 (ANMF member) and $1,140 (non-member)
Payment due: Week 18

 


 

Skills first government funding

This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding*.

Funding subsidised costs:
Member $1,225**  |  Non-member $1,525**

Please note:
a) The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.
b) This fee includes student services, amenities, access to e-Textbook and ANMF (Vic Branch) Education Portal.

* Victorian and Commonwealth Government subsidy of fees may be available to learners who meet the eligibility requirements. Please refer to our website to review the eligibility criteria and read the Skills First – government-funding section via anmfvic.asn.au/tae.
Skills First funding is available to all Australian citizens, permanent residents (holder of a permanent visa) or New Zealand citizens. 
If you do not meet the eligibility criteria for Skills First funding, you will be enrolled as a full-fee-paying student.

** Funding subsided costs are the payments required if you have been approved for Skills First funding.

RPL is an assessment-only pathway and is suitable for you if you have existing skills and knowledge.

If you decide to proceed with a RPL application you will be required to gather evidence which proves your competence. 

The evidence must be current, valid and confirm that you have shown competence over a period of time and can work under different conditions.

RPL assessment process is as rigorous as any other assessment. However, the type of evidence that you need to provide may be different from normal class assessments.

Below are the non-refundable costs involved with RPL assessments.

Please refer to the fees, charges and refunds policy for more details on refunds and payment plans. 

  • $150 RPL course application fee (once off)
  • $150 unit RPL fee (per unit)

There may be additional fees of $100 for each re-assessment per unit.

Please contact us on (03) 9275 9363 or education@anmfvic.asn.au for more information, and to receive a copy of our RPL Candidate Information Guide and the RPL application form.

16 April 2024 intake - weekly scheduled face-to-face and online class dates (starting 9am until 5pm). Download the PDF schedule.
16 April: face-to-face
23 April: face-to-face
30 April: online
14 May: face-to-face
21 May: online
28 May: face-to-face
4 June: online
18 June: face-to-face
25 June: face-to-face
2 July: face-to-face

16 July: face-to-face

23 July: face-to-face
6 August: online
20 August: online
3 September: face-to-face
10 September: face-to-face
17 September: face-to-face
1 October: face-to-face
8 October: online
15 October: online
22 October: online
12 November: online
19 November: online
26 November: face-to-face

Please note, these workshops are subject to sufficient number of enrolments and date changes.

Friday 10 May intake - download the PDF schedule for online class dates (starting 9am until 5pm).

Please note, these workshops are subject to sufficient number of enrolments and date changes.

Once you have submitted your application for enrolment along with the associated documents, you will receive instructions to complete a pre-training review questionnaire and your language, literacy, numeracy and digital (computer) skills (LLND) assessment. Before we make you an offer to enrol in your course, we are required to conduct a review of your current competencies, including LLND skills.

The purpose of this review is so we can ensure you are enrolled in the most appropriate course to achieve your intended outcomes. Results from the review will also assist us to assess your suitability to undertake the course which does require access and use of a computer. Please ensure you provide open and honest answers during your review, as this will ensure we identify necessary support you may need to successfully complete your study.

If your application leads to enrolment, you will receive a letter of acceptance to your nominated email address. You will receive important course details including your tuition fee schedule.

If you would like further information, or wish to speak with one of the staff in the ANMF (Vic Branch) Education Centre please contact us on (03) 9275 9363 or education@anmfvic.asn.au.

The ANMF (Vic Branch) Education Centre is located at 535 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne VIC 3000