Updated: 12 May 2016
Melbourne Polytechnic in partnership with Vicdeaf is offering the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment in 2016 via a blended delivery model for deaf learners.
This qualification is designed to provide workplace facilitators and personnel within the vocational education and training sector with a range of training skills including:
- developing learning programs
- preparing and delivering training sessions
- supporting students to maximise learning
- evaluating and assessing students to ensure learning outcomes have been achieve
A course induction and information session will be held on Thursday 19 May from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
The course will then be delivered on the following Saturdays from 9:30am to 4:00pm:
We encourage students to attend all classes as this way students get the most from their learning, especially as different units are delivered on different days. Follow up activities to class work will also be offered through the online learning system.
We understand, however, that there may be times, due to illness or previous commitments, when a student will miss a class or two. If you cannot attend all the dates advertised, students will be responsible for catching up on what they have missed, complete any follow up work and organise to complete assessment activities at an alternate time (to be negotiated with your teacher).
The fee is expected to be between $200 – $250. The final fee will depend on the number of participants.
Click on the following link for an Expression of Interest form to let us know you are interested:
Please return this Expression of Interest to Niki Velkoska, Administration Assistant, by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications has been extended: 13 May 2016
Once you have filled and returned the Expression of Interest form, please attend the Information/Induction Session to be held on Thursday, 19 May 6:00pm-8:00pm at:
Building K Level 5
144 High Street
Prahran VIC 3181
We recommend catching public transport (Tram no. 6 or the Sandringham train to Prahran). If you do decide to drive, there is street parking around campus, but please be mindful of permit parking.