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Current VET Workforce Issues: …

Current VET Workforce Issues:
Capacity and skills utilisation
Contribution and engagement
Contract, project and financial management
Marketing, social media, ICT, NBN
Intellectual property and product development
Language, Literacy and Numeracy – general vs. specialist
Validation and Moderation
Advanced Facilitation and Assessment skills
Capabilities – depth vs. breadth and balance

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  • What are the current VET workforce issues? Developing your own Workforce How do you manage staff to meet your business needs? Managing staff and contract capability? What are the TAE and vocation determinations? How do you manage sessional staff? How do you cope when staff leave?
  • WFBP Action Plan
  • How do you manage staff to meet your business needs? Managing staff and contract capability? How do you manage sessional staff?
  • New and Continuing Registrations See ASQA advice http://www.nssc.natese.gov.au/policies/determination_for_trainer_and_assessor_competencies Frequently Asked Questions What is the minimum qualification required to be held by a trainer in the VET sector? To be entitled to work as a trainer in the VET sector a trainer must hold the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Assessment Training Package or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies as a minimum ; however, trainers are encouraged to obtain further qualifications. New trainers must comply with this requirement within two years of commencing in this role. Trainers already practicing in this role must satisfy this requirement by 1 July 2013. The AQTF imposes additional requirements for trainers in regard to vocational competency, currency of industry skills and developing the vocational skills applying to a trainer. Training Packages or Accredited Courses may include advice specific to the industry related to the vocational competencies of trainers and assessors. back to top If I am delivering training under supervision, do I need the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment? No. But unless you have the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, it is an ongoing requirement for you to work under the supervision of a person with the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or of a person who has demonstrated equivalence of competencies. People commencing in this role (i.e., working under supervision) must hold the TAE10 Enterprise Trainer Skill Set or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies within two years of commencement. People already practising in this role must comply with this requirement by 1 July 2013. The AQTF imposes additional requirements for people delivering training under supervision in regard to vocational competency and currency of industry skills. Training Packages or accredited courses may include advice specific to the industry related to the vocational competencies of trainers and assessors. back to top What is meant by working under supervision? Supervision is the provision of regular and ongoing guidance, direction and leadership from a person holding the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or from a person who has demonstrated equivalent competencies. The supervising person monitors and is accountable for the training delivery but does not need to be present during all the time that training is being delivered. back to top What requirements apply to assessors in the VET sector? To be entitled to undertake assessment of nationally recognised training, an assessor must hold the TAE10 Assessor Skill Set. The AQTF imposes additional requirements for people delivering training under supervision in regard to vocational competency, currency of industry skills and developing the vocational skills applying to an assessor. Training Packages or accredited courses may include advice specific to the industry related to the vocational competencies of trainers and assessors. The determination allows a team approach to assessment where the assessor does not meet the requirements as specified. back to top Can an assessor work under supervision? No. back to topi I am a new trainer, how long may I have before obtaining the qualification required by trainers? A person commencing in this role must obtain the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Assessment Training Package as a minimum qualification or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies within a period of two years. The new trainer works under the supervision of a person who holds the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Assessment Training Package or of a person who has demonstrated equivalence of competencies during this period of time. back to top I am just starting as a person delivering training under supervision, how long may I have before obtaining the competencies relevant to this role? A person commencing in this role must hold the TAE10 Enterprise Trainer Skill Set from the TAE10 Training and Assessment Training Package as a minimum, or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies within two years of commencement in the role. The requirement to work under supervision continues to apply following achievement of the skill set. back to top Do I need to have the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment if I have a degree in teaching or a level of teaching qualification that is higher than Certificate IV? Yes. To be entitled to work as a trainer in the VET sector, you must as a minimum hold the competencies as defined in the TAE40110 . You may be able to include consideration of other qualifications within the process of seeking equivalence with the competencies applying to VET sector trainers. This process may or may not identify gaps that require to be addressed. back to top How can I demonstrate equivalence of competency? Evidence used to demonstrate equivalence of competencies may include consideration of relevant past training, including consideration of superseded and pre-existing teaching qualifications, experience, and professional development. Recognition is at the discretion of the employing RTO and is subject to AQTF audit. back to top I hold the BSZ qualification. Is it still recognised or do I need to upgrade to TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment? The BSZ and other superseded qualifications for VET trainers and assessors may be included within consideration of equivalency of prior training, together with experience and professional development which has been undertaken. Demonstration of equivalency may or may not identify gaps that require to be addressed. back to top I hold the TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Is it still recognised or do I need to upgrade to TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment? The TAA04 and the TAE10 Certificate IV qualifications provide similar outcomes and are designed to provide entry level training, and as with the BSZ and other superseded qualifications for VET trainers and assessors, may be included within consideration of equivalency of prior training, together with experience and professional development which has been undertaken. Demonstration of equivalency may or may not identify gaps that require to be addressed. IBSA’s Transition Guide to support the delivery of the reviewed TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (2010) includes a mapping table which indicates where units from the two qualifications are equivalent and where they are not. IBSA’s Self-assessment Tool: TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (2010) provides a process for self-assessment and collection of evidence to support recognition of competence. back to top What is the difference between demonstration of equivalence of competency and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)? Demonstration of equivalency is subject to the discretion of the employing RTO, which must hold evidence to demonstrate compliance with AQTF Standard 1.4 or with SNR 4.4/15.4 at audit. Recognition is not necessarily transferable if you seek employment with another RTO. RPL is a formal process, defined as an assessment process that involves assessment of the individual’s relevant prior learning to determine the credit outcomes of an individual’s application for credit. Individuals who are successful in seeking recognition for all or part of the competencies included in TAE40110 are issued with the qualification or with a Statement of Attainment as appropriate. The AQTF (Condition 7) requires RTOs to recognise AQF qualifications and Statements of Attainment issued by any other RTO. back to top I work as a volunteer trainer. What qualifications do I need? Unless you have the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment , it is an ongoing requirement for you to work under the supervision of a person with the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or of a person who has demonstrated equivalence of competencies. People commencing in this role must hold the TAE10 Enterprise Trainer Skill Set or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies within two years of commencement. People already practising in this role must comply with this requirement by 1 July 2013. The AQTF imposes additional requirements for people delivering training under supervision in regard to vocational competency and currency of industry skills. Training Packages or accredited courses may include advice specific to the industry related to the vocational competencies of trainers and assessors. back to top I sometimes work as a guest lecturer. What competencies do I need to have? The determination does not apply to guest lecturers or to occasional presenters.
  • NSSC = National Skills Standards Council New and Continuing Registrations See ASQA advice http://www.nssc.natese.gov.au/policies/determination_for_trainer_and_assessor_competencies Frequently Asked Questions What is the minimum qualification required to be held by a trainer in the VET sector? To be entitled to work as a trainer in the VET sector a trainer must hold the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Assessment Training Package or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies as a minimum ; however, trainers are encouraged to obtain further qualifications. New trainers must comply with this requirement within two years of commencing in this role. Trainers already practicing in this role must satisfy this requirement by 1 July 2013. The AQTF imposes additional requirements for trainers in regard to vocational competency, currency of industry skills and developing the vocational skills applying to a trainer. Training Packages or Accredited Courses may include advice specific to the industry related to the vocational competencies of trainers and assessors. back to top If I am delivering training under supervision, do I need the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment? No. But unless you have the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, it is an ongoing requirement for you to work under the supervision of a person with the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or of a person who has demonstrated equivalence of competencies. People commencing in this role (i.e., working under supervision) must hold the TAE10 Enterprise Trainer Skill Set or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies within two years of commencement. People already practising in this role must comply with this requirement by 1 July 2013. The AQTF imposes additional requirements for people delivering training under supervision in regard to vocational competency and currency of industry skills. Training Packages or accredited courses may include advice specific to the industry related to the vocational competencies of trainers and assessors. back to top What is meant by working under supervision? Supervision is the provision of regular and ongoing guidance, direction and leadership from a person holding the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or from a person who has demonstrated equivalent competencies. The supervising person monitors and is accountable for the training delivery but does not need to be present during all the time that training is being delivered. back to top What requirements apply to assessors in the VET sector? To be entitled to undertake assessment of nationally recognised training, an assessor must hold the TAE10 Assessor Skill Set. The AQTF imposes additional requirements for people delivering training under supervision in regard to vocational competency, currency of industry skills and developing the vocational skills applying to an assessor. Training Packages or accredited courses may include advice specific to the industry related to the vocational competencies of trainers and assessors. The determination allows a team approach to assessment where the assessor does not meet the requirements as specified. back to top Can an assessor work under supervision? No. back to top If I am a new trainer, how long may I have before obtaining the qualification required by trainers? A person commencing in this role must obtain the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Assessment Training Package as a minimum qualification or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies within a period of two years. The new trainer works under the supervision of a person who holds the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Assessment Training Package or of a person who has demonstrated equivalence of competencies during this period of time. back to top I am just starting as a person delivering training under supervision, how long may I have before obtaining the competencies relevant to this role? A person commencing in this role must hold the TAE10 Enterprise Trainer Skill Set from the TAE10 Training and Assessment Training Package as a minimum, or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies within two years of commencement in the role. The requirement to work under supervision continues to apply following achievement of the skill set. back to top Do I need to have the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment if I have a degree in teaching or a level of teaching qualification that is higher than Certificate IV? Yes. To be entitled to work as a trainer in the VET sector, you must as a minimum hold the competencies as defined in the TAE40110 . You may be able to include consideration of other qualifications within the process of seeking equivalence with the competencies applying to VET sector trainers. This process may or may not identify gaps that require to be addressed. back to top How can I demonstrate equivalence of competency? Evidence used to demonstrate equivalence of competencies may include consideration of relevant past training, including consideration of superseded and pre-existing teaching qualifications, experience, and professional development. Recognition is at the discretion of the employing RTO and is subject to AQTF audit. back to top I hold the BSZ qualification. Is it still recognised or do I need to upgrade to TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment? The BSZ and other superseded qualifications for VET trainers and assessors may be included within consideration of equivalency of prior training, together with experience and professional development which has been undertaken. Demonstration of equivalency may or may not identify gaps that require to be addressed. back to top I hold the TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Is it still recognised or do I need to upgrade to TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment? The TAA04 and the TAE10 Certificate IV qualifications provide similar outcomes and are designed to provide entry level training, and as with the BSZ and other superseded qualifications for VET trainers and assessors, may be included within consideration of equivalency of prior training, together with experience and professional development which has been undertaken. Demonstration of equivalency may or may not identify gaps that require to be addressed. IBSA’s Transition Guide to support the delivery of the reviewed TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (2010) includes a mapping table which indicates where units from the two qualifications are equivalent and where they are not. IBSA’s Self-assessment Tool: TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (2010) provides a process for self-assessment and collection of evidence to support recognition of competence. back to top What is the difference between demonstration of equivalence of competency and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)? Demonstration of equivalency is subject to the discretion of the employing RTO, which must hold evidence to demonstrate compliance with AQTF Standard 1.4 or with SNR 4.4/15.4 at audit. Recognition is not necessarily transferable if you seek employment with another RTO. RPL is a formal process, defined as an assessment process that involves assessment of the individual’s relevant prior learning to determine the credit outcomes of an individual’s application for credit. Individuals who are successful in seeking recognition for all or part of the competencies included in TAE40110 are issued with the qualification or with a Statement of Attainment as appropriate. The AQTF (Condition 7) requires RTOs to recognise AQF qualifications and Statements of Attainment issued by any other RTO. back to top I work as a volunteer trainer. What qualifications do I need? Unless you have the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment , it is an ongoing requirement for you to work under the supervision of a person with the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or of a person who has demonstrated equivalence of competencies. People commencing in this role must hold the TAE10 Enterprise Trainer Skill Set or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies within two years of commencement. People already practising in this role must comply with this requirement by 1 July 2013. The AQTF imposes additional requirements for people delivering training under supervision in regard to vocational competency and currency of industry skills. Training Packages or accredited courses may include advice specific to the industry related to the vocational competencies of trainers and assessors. back to top I sometimes work as a guest lecturer. What competencies do I need to have? The determination does not apply to guest lecturers or to occasional presenters.
  • Objectives, key result areas – use a model like Balanced Scorecard
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    • 1. VET Workforce -Recruiting and Retaining Presented by Wendy Perry © Workforce BluePrint 1
    • 2. Skills for All Providers 2
    • 3. Current VET Workforce Issues • Capacity and skills utilisation • Contribution and engagement • Contract, project and financial management • Marketing, social media, ICT, NBN • Intellectual property and product development • Language, Literacy and Numeracy – general vs. specialist • Validation and Moderation • Advanced Facilitation and Assessment skills Capabilities – depth vs. breadth and balance 3
    • 4. Capability Framework Values and Behaviours Evidence Based approach Skills and Competencies Strategic Priorities, KPI’s and Targets 4© Workforce BluePrint – V2 February 2010
    • 5. What is Workforce Development? Workforce development bridges the gap between the current workforce and the future (desired) workforce. Workforce development strategies address ‘gaps’ from the workforce planning process including competency and training needs analysis, and human resource management. Workforce development and planning maximises your staff capabilities and capacity. 5
    • 6. Gap analysis • What are the workforce gaps and priorities (including hard to fill/replace, critical, compliance roles) • What gap closing or workforce development strategies could we implement to change the workforce profile and address gaps? • Relationship with regional and industry organisations? • Strategies to meet EEO objectives and principles of multiculturalism? • Apprenticeships and traineeships? 6
    • 7. Workforce DevelopmentStrategies – common areas • Demand and supply for priority job roles • Ageing particularly trade/outside workforce • Workplace Health and Safety • Retention, succession planning, knowledge management, communication, career paths • Training needs analysis/skills stock take, learning and development plans, leadership development • Work Life Balance – packaging benefits • Employer of Choice, reward and recognition • Barriers to retention – not feeling valued and respected, attract a higher salary elsewhere, internal politics • Check on excessive hours, stress management 7
    • 8. What are the TAE and vocationdeterminations Standards for NVR RTOs: 4.4 and 15.4 The applicant has a defined strategy, procedures and measures to ensure training and assessment services are conducted by trainers and assessors who: (a) have the necessary training and assessment competencies as determined by the National Quality Council or its successors; (b) have the relevant vocational competencies at least to the level being delivered or assessed; (c) can demonstrate current industry skills directly relevant to the training/assessment being undertaken; and (d) continue to develop their vocational education and training (VET) knowledge and skills as well as their industry currency 8 and trainer/assessor competence.
    • 9. What are the TAE and vocationdeterminations - NSSC • To be entitled to work as a trainer in the VET sector a trainer must hold the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Assessment Training Package or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies as a minimum; however, trainers are encouraged to obtain further qualifications. • New trainers must comply with this requirement within two years of commencing in this role. Trainers already practicing in this role must satisfy this requirement by 1 July 2013. • People commencing in this role (i.e., working under supervision) must hold the TAE10 Enterprise Trainer Skill Set or be able to demonstrate equivalence of competencies within two years of commencement. People already practising in this role must comply with this requirement by 1 July 2013. • Supervision is the provision of regular and ongoing guidance, direction and leadership from a person holding the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or from a person who has demonstrated equivalent competencies. The supervising person monitors and is accountable for the training delivery but does not need to be present9 during all the time that training is being delivered.
    • 10. What are the TAE and vocationdeterminations Skills for All contract: 10
    • 11. Workforce Action Plan • Strategic Objectives • Gap/Issue – Retention, TAE • Priorities/Risk • Gap Type • Workforce Development Strategies • Responsibilities • Resources • Timelines/Due Date 11
    • 12. Contact us Workforce BluePrint: www.workforceblueprint.au wendy@workforceblueprint.com.au WPAA www.wpaa.com.au Keep up to date: LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/wendyperry Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WorkforcePlanningTools Wendy Perry: http://wendyperry.com.au/ Australian VET Leaders: http:// www.linkedin.com/groups/Australian-VET-Leaders-367468 12