TAE50216 Diploma of Training Design and Development

Trainer led Self-paced study option is available:

Our Trainer led Self-paced learning allows our learner to study on their own time and schedule guided by a qualified Trainer. Once enrolled you will be allocated a Trainer and the Trainer will be meeting you via zoom prior commencement of every subject and brief you what are the requirements of the subject, provide a tour of the learner resources, assessment booklet and set expectation of the subject etc. In that way you are not wasting your time to look at the resources and figure everything out by yourself. Once the assessments are completed, you can then send it to the Trainer for feedback which will save a lot of your administration time.

About the course

The Diploma of Training Design and Development TAE50216 is designed for training developers and instructional designers who are responsible for analysing training needs and designing training solutions and products to meet workplace capacity requirements and evaluating the effectiveness of training programs. This qualification is suitable for those wishing to develop their training and assessment career in the area of analysing training needs, designing training solutions to cater the training needs and support the trainers and assessors to promote innovative practices.

What I will learn

At the completion of the course, you are expected to be able to –

• Design and Develop learning strategies and learning resources.
• Undertake organisational training needs analysis and evaluate a training program.
• Provide advanced facilitation practice and maintain and enhance professional practice
• Design and develop assessment tools and provide advanced assessment practice.
• Support the development of adult language, literacy and numeracy skills and enhance professional practice.

Prerequisite

Whilst there are no prerequisites for this course, it is expected that you have strong language, literacy and numeracy skills and computer skills to be able to perform tasks in computer when designing and delivering learning and assessment strategies, assessments etc.
It will be beneficial for the candidate who has TAE40116 or equivalent qualifications and current/recent experiences as Trainer and Assessor in the Vocational Education and Training sector.

Course Content

This course consists of 10 units of competency (5 core and 5 elective units) and will be delivered in 2 clusters. The units below are options.

Cluster 1

TAEDES501 Design and develop learning strategies [C]
TAEDES502 Design and develop learning resources [C]
TAEDEL502 Provide advanced facilitation practice [E]
TAELLN411 Maintain and enhance professional practice [E]
TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools [C]

Cluster 2

TAEASS501 Provide advanced assessment practice [E]
TAELLN501 Support the development of adult language, literacy and numeracy skills [E]
TAEPDD501 Maintain and enhance professional practice [E]
TAETAS501 Undertake organisational training needs analysis [C]
TAEDES505 Evaluate a training program [C]

For more information about the above units, please visit https://training.gov.au/training/details/TAE50216.

Delivery Strategies

This course will be delivered face to face in a classroom environment with a qualified and skilled trainer and the self-paced journey for a thorough understanding of the competency requirements and to prepare for the assessments.

Assessment Strategies

The assessments may involve a variety of activities including knowledge questions, case studies, presentations, projects, demonstration, observations etc. All participants will be supported by our qualified and skilled team throughout their learning journey.

A range of assessment methods may be used to collect evidence from learners. These methods include:

• Portfolio of evidence assessed by a Trainer/ Assessor of this course. This portfolio would include indirect evidence such as logbooks (witnessed by work practice supervisor); workbooks completed at the students' own time and other evidence such as learner produced.
• Self-observation.
• Third-party reports from supervisors or other professional workers at an RTO as required.
• Critical Reflections of work undertaken in demonstrating skills.
• Presentation of information in the workplace or in a simulated work environment.
• Written reports; and
• Knowledge based exercises which demonstrate key knowledge across subjects in the form of quizzes or short answer exercises.

Resource Requirements

Learner resources/manuals will be provided at no further cost than the course fee. This course requires the use of computer and internet to conduct research on the relevant industry standards, legislations and to develop documents related to training design and development.

What if I find that the course is not suitable for me?

Once you have commenced your study, you cannot cancel your enrolment. Therefore, we strongly advise you to read the course information, especially who will benefit from this course, the units of competency covered and deliver and assessment strategies Our enrolment and refund policy is available in our Student Handbook. You can access the Student Handbook by visiting our website www.parramattacollege.edu.au or you can contact us on 02 96872072 or email to admin@parramattacollege.edu.au for a copy of the Student Handbook.

How much work is involved in completing the course?

Please note assessments for this course involve significant work both during and after the sessions. 15 to 20 hours of study is expected every week. Support is available for students throughout their learning journey. You will have maximum of two attempts to submit your assessments. If you are considered Not Yet Competent after the second submission with significant gaps prevailing in your submissions, you may be asked to re-enrol into the course.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

If you believe you already have skills and experience relevant to the competencies of this course, please let the trainer know for a recognition. Please note that applying for RPL may not automatically result in the issuing of the skill set. In case of any gaps found, you will be advised of those gaps and asked to provide further evidence against your RPL claim. If you are still considered Not Yet Competent (NYC), you may be offered a tutorial for those gaps, which will incur further cost.

Competency Outcome

On successful completion of the course, you will be awarded with TAE50216 Diploma of Training Design and Development certificate.

Career Opportunities

After completion of the course, you may be eligible to seek below employment out of many other opportunities.
• Trainer and Assessor
• Instructional designer and Training designer.
• Training product developer.
• Training and assessment consultant.
• Education manager and Training manager.
• Learning and development manager.
• RTO manager and RTO owner.

Pathways

Upon successful completion of this qualification, candidates may wish to pursue their learning pathway and enrol to higher qualifications in the training and education area or higher qualifications in the higher education sector.

More information

Should you require further information, please feel free to contact our office on 02 96872072 or email to admin@parramattacollege.edu.au

Assessments are made against units of competency from the Diploma of Training Design and Development TAE50216.
  • Undertake organisational training needs analysis (TAETAS501)
  • Design and develop learning resources (TAEDES502)
  • Support the development of adult language, literacy and numeracy skills (TAELLN501)
  • Provide advanced assessment practice (TAEASS501)
  • Maintain and enhance professional practice (TAEPDD501)
  • Design and develop assessment tools (TAEASS502)
  • Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills (TAELLN411)
  • Evaluate a training program (TAEDES505)
  • Provide advanced facilitation practice (TAEDEL502)
  • Design and develop learning strategies (TAEDES501)

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