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This presentation is part of the online TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment course offered by Fortress Learning.

Fortress Learning's TAE program is based on the belief that every student is unique. Each student has an individual program tailored to reflect their prior learning, current situation, future goals and their preferred learning style. More information is available from or by telephoning 1300 141 994.

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  • Integrating resources into the design of a learning program is important. If resources are not included in the planning, a trainer may discover that the resources assumed to be available are not accessible.
  • There are many different sources of information that can be used as resources for a learning program.
  • Internal information can come from job/position descriptions, employment records, performance appraisals, company reports, policies, and other documents, and surveys.
  • External information can include surveys, industry body reports, environmental scans, government policy papers, and market research reports. It is important to respect privacy, copyright, and intellectual property laws and regulations when using external sources.
  • In addition to many different sources of information, it is also important to examine options for the location of the training.
  • Locations or venues for learning may include: - Operational workplaces - Simulated workplaces - Training rooms - Classrooms - Online venues - Community settings and - Home training
  • In order to determine the best place for training to occur, we should think about the environmental requirements of the training and the operational requirements of the training.
  • Environmental requirements include things like comfortable seats, access to amenities, noise, lighting, and distractions.
  • Operational requirements include existing hazards, and risk controls.
  • Sometimes practical skills training can be best achieved within the workplace itself using the actual equipment and materials. There may be no substitute for hands-on training.
  • Classroom based training is good for situations where a group of people need to learn a theory or skills. These classrooms may be at an RTO or college, a school, or a community center.
  • Laboratories are good locations for training that requires highly specialised equipment such as computers or science labs.
  • Online learning can offer a lot of flexibility for the client. Online learning includes providing text in a non-paper form, allowing for entertaining learning opportunities, and increased learner-centered progress through courses.
  • A simulated environment is a place that is organised to reflect what might happen in a real situation.
  • When choosing a learning environment, we must consider the resources we need and whether they will be available. Facility, technology, and equipment needs should all be considered.
  • Consulting the session plan, learner support requirements list, and other trainers and facilitators can help determine whether there are specialized equipment, technology, or facility needs.
  • Additionally, learner needs influence the resources. These can include: providing referrals to internal services such as a language, literacy or numeracy support unit or an individual learning unit;  
  • providing referrals to external services such as community language, literacy and numeracy programs, disability support services, counseling support;  
  • drawing on a range of resources from first language, including peer support;  
  • ensuring appropriate physical and communication supports;  
  • And the use of support materials.  
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