Skills Sets (Short Courses)
These are the Alternatives to Full Qualifications you are looking for!
A skills set comes from two different origins
- Skills sets that are identified within a training package
- Skills sets that are put together by an employer or an individual client
Skills sets that are identified within a training package:
Training Packages we have on scope often identify specific skills sets to meet the needs of employers or individuals that only want a 'bolt on' not a full qualification.
Examples of this are:
The different skills sets that are available for various job classifications within the TAE40110
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualifications framework.
- TAEASS00001 Assessor Skill Set
- TAEASS0003 Enterprise Trainer and Assessor Skills Set
- TAEASS00006 Workplace supervisor Skill Set
- TAESS00007 Enterprise Trainer - Presenting Skill Set
- TAESS00008 Enterprise Trainer - Mentoring Skills Set
Note that these Skills Sets are still available but must be completed by 1/10/2017 as the transition period runs out on 5/10/2017.
Advanced Assessor Skills Set: The following Skills Set is available (it is part of the TAE50216 therefore is not time limited)
TAEASS501 Provide advanced assessment practice
TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools
TAEASS503 Lead assessment validation processes
TAEASS504 Develop and implements recognition strategies
Skills sets for a job requirement or professional development:
Examples of this are:
- short courses made up of units identified by professional associations to satisfy their professional development requirements
- short courses we design for individual employers based on a Training Needs Analysis to meet an upskilling, cross skilling or multi-skilling need
- short courses made up of single or groups of units from any qualification we have on our scope to help you get special skills for your job or to top up an existing qualification to get a second qualificationl for example.
Lead Auditor Course
Auditing Skills Set (Lead Auditor Course)
The following additional units are also available
Skills sets attainment result in the issue of a Statement of Attainment (SoA):
- A statement of attainment is a nationally recognised qualification under the Australian Qualifications Framework
- The holder of an SoA must be given full credit for any identical Unit listed that appears in any other qualification in which it forms part of the framework, under National Recognition rules, regardless of the code and title of the originating qualification.
To find out more about Skills Sets, contact us directly.