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TAE
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Overview of Process
Standards for Training Packages
Overview of Changes
Review of:
– Units
– Assessment requirements
– Qualifications
• Next Steps
Project Timelines
NPRG and SME meeting
Sept/Oct 2013
Draft 1
Oct 2013
Consultation/Review of Draft 1
Nov/Dec 2013
Draft 2 Validation
Jan/Feb/March 2014
Case for Endorsement
April 2014
Submission to NSSC
May 2014
Endorsed
June 2014
Standards
for Training Packages
SCOTESE November 2012:
New Standards for Training Packages Endorsed
Standards on NSSC website
• Standards for Training Packages
• Training Package Products Policy
• Training Package Development and Endorsement Policy
http://www.nssc.natese.gov.au/training_packages
Visit: http://www.nssc.natese.gov.au/training_packages
Standard 1
Training Packages consist of the following:
1. NSSC endorsed components:
– units of competency;
– assessment requirements (associated with
each unit of competency);
– qualifications; and
– credit arrangements.
2. One or more quality assured companion
volumes.
Implications of Standard 1
New templates for
– qualifications
– units of competency;
– assessment requirements
Even if we wanted to keep everything the same, the template
causes some changes to be made
Advice about the content of Companion Volumes will be sought after
we have draft 2 developed.
Qualifications
Qualification – NSSC template
Qualifications in TAE
• Now
– TAE80113 Grad Dip Adult LLN Practice
– TAE80213 Grad Dip Adult LLN Leadership
• Proposed to add
– TAE40114 Cert IV TAA
– TAE50114 Diploma of VET
– TAE50214 Diploma of TDD
– TAE80314 Grad Cert Web based learning
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Current:
7 Core plus 3 electives = 10 units
Proposed:
TAE40114 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
8 Core plus 2 electives = 10 units
TAELLN411 (equivalent to TAELLN401) becomes Core,
other changes to units to meet new Standards for Training
Packages.
Some units require higher level units to be held by
assessors of that unit.
• Qualification document
Questions for Consultation re Qualifications
Core plus electives = total number of units
Number and choice of electives?
Mandatory entry requirements?
(Note: entry requirements if used must be mandatory,
advice about preferred pathways can go into Companion
Volumes)
Diploma of Vocational Education and Training
Current:
TAE50111 Diploma of Vocational Education and Training
6 Core plus 4 electives = 10 units
Proposed:
TAE50114 Diploma of Vocational Education and Training
6 Core plus 4 electives = 10 units
Changes to units to meet new Standards for Training
Packages.
Diploma of Training Design and Development
Current:
TAE50211 Diploma of Training Design and Development
5 Core plus 5 electives = 10 units
Proposed:
TAE50214 Diploma of Training Design and Development
5 Core plus 5 electives = 10 units
Changes to units to meet new Standards for Training
Packages
Vocational Graduate Certificate in Digital Education
Current:
TAE80312 Vocational Graduate Certificate in Digital
Education
3 Core plus 2 electives = 5 units
Proposed:
TAE80314 Graduate Certificate in Web based
learning?
Suggestion to rename and clarify purpose
Units and Assessment
Requirements
Units of Competency template
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Units of Competency template
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Units of Competency
ENDORSED
Provide
specifications of
applied
performance
standards
CONTENT
• Code and title
• Application
• Prerequisite unit
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(if applicable)
Unit sector
Elements
Performance Criteria
Foundation Skills
Range of Conditions
Unit mapping information
Links
NOTES
1. Foundation skills
This is a mandatory field used
to describe language, literacy,
numeracy and employment
skills essential to performance.
2. Range of conditions
This is an optional field which
can only be used to list
essential operating conditions
and any other variables
essential to the work
environment.
• Sample unit of competency
Assessment Requirements template
Assessment Requirements
ENDORSED
Describe the
assessment
requirements for
the unit of
competency
CONTENT
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Code and title
Performance evidence
Knowledge evidence
Assessment conditions
Links
NOTES
1. Performance evidence:
Specifies product and/or process
evidence; frequency and/or volume
of evidence.
2. Knowledge evidence:
Information an individual must
possess to safely and effectively
perform the work task described in
the unit of competency.
3. Assessment conditions:
• Mandatory conditions for
assessment, eg equipment and
materials, physical conditions,
access to particular people,
timeframe
• Assessor requirements.
• Sample assessment requirements
Feedback – what to look for
Quals
• Core and
electives?
• Numbers and
Choice
• Entry
requirements?
Units
• Clarity of elements and
performance criteria
• Foundation Skills
• Does a Range of
Conditions need to be
added?
• Equivalence?
Assessment
Requirements
1. Performance Evidence
More detail and clarity in AR
Is the volume and frequency
clear, sufficient?
2. Knowledge Evidence
Type and depth, relationship to
the unit requirements
3. Assessment Conditions
Who can assess? What
qualifications, experience
MUST be held by an
assessor of this unit?
Next Steps
IBSA Website:
http://www.ibsa.org.au/
Robert Bluer
[email protected]
Feedback to IBSA by Wednesday 18 December.
Draft 2 in early February
IBSA Contact details
Innovation & Business Skills Australia
Level 11
176 Wellington Parade
East Melbourne
Ph: 03 9815 7000; Fax: 03 9815 7001
www.ibsa.org.au

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