TAE Design Units

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TAE Design Units

  1. 1. At the end of this session, we would like tohave achieved the following 2 objectives: OBJECTIVE 1: To get a better understanding of the important content elements contained in the units TAEDES401A & TAEDES402A OBJECTIVE 2: To focus on the assessment requirements in the assessment workbooks for these 2 units
  2. 2. 10 Units ( 4 Assessment Workbooks) DES units : TAEDES401A, TAEDES402A (Clustered)= Design & Develop a Learning Program DEL units: TAEDEL301A, TAEDEL401A & TAEDEL402A (Clustered)= Delivery of Learning Programs in the workplace (practical assessments) ASS units: TAEASS301B,TAEASS401B,TAEASS402B, TAEASS502B, (Clustered) & TAEASS403B,= Applying assessment, review, improve (practical assessments)
  3. 3. • This is COMPETENCY based training!!!! You CANNOT fail the course• Use past experience when answering questions• Use common sense – put your trainer’s hat on!
  4. 4.  Accredited Course (registered on www.training.gov.au - previously NTIS) Australian Qualification Framework (www.aqf.edu.au) = AQF levels TAEDES401A = Certificate IV) Training Package: TAE10 Unit of Competence: TAEDES401A (unit code, title, descriptor, version) Bold, italic words in Performance Criteria = Range Statement
  5. 5. Element : Define the parameters of the learning program (Element 1, TAEDES401A) Performance Criteria: 1.4 Identify and consider characteristics of the target learner group Required Skills & Knowledge: (see information in unit of competence) Pre Requisites: (see information in unit of competence) Range Statements: (see information in unit of competence) Evidence Guides; Critical aspects: (see information in unit of competence)
  6. 6. TAE10(TP) TAE40110(QUALIFICATION)UNITS OF COMPETENCE (10)UNIT OF COMPETENCE =UNIT ELEMENTS & PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (PC), SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, EMPLOYABILITY SKILLSCERTIFICATE = STUDENT IS ASSESSED AGAINST PC VIA ASSESSMENT TOOLS (ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES) C/NYC
  7. 7.  www.training.gov.au For all training information www.aqf.edu.au AQF Levels AQTF AQTF Essential Conditions and Standards for Continuing RegistrationAND....use your STUDENT RESOURCES (Student Handbook, Assessment instructions, templates)
  8. 8. DESIGNPLANDELIVERASSESSREVIEWIMPROVE KNOW YOUR LEARNER!!!!!
  9. 9. Learning Styles QuizTake a moment to complete the learning styles questionnaire that I will link you tohttp://www.businessballs.com/freepdfmaterials/vak_ learning_styles_questionnaire.pdfIt consists of thirty multiple choice questions which will help determine what you preferred learning style is. This will help you to find effective ways to improve the way that you learn Begin quiz
  10. 10. 1. What kind of learning style are you?2. What kind of learning resources will best suit your style?
  11. 11. Visual – need to see body languageand expression to fully understand,learn best from visual displays, liketo take detailed notesAuditory – Like verbal lectures, liketo verbally interact with others andfind underlying meanings of speechthrough listening, benefit fromreading out loud or recording theirnotesKinaesthetic – Learn best from thehands on approach, they have aneed to create and explore and getbored if sitting for long periods oftime
  12. 12. Why is it important to know learner’s LEARNING style?
  13. 13. LEARNER’S NEEDSTRAINING RESOURCESDELIVERY METHODS/STRATEGIESASSESSMENT METHODS& TOOLS
  14. 14. CHOOSE ASSESSMENT TOOLS THAT MATCH LEARNER’SNEEDS :Group ExerciseRole PlayPresentationDiscussionQuestionnairesQuizObservation ChecklistShort QuestionsCase StudiesDemonstrationsExams?
  15. 15. CHOOSE ASSESSMENT TOOLS THAT MATCH LEARNER’S NEEDS :• Face-to-Face• Distance• Blended• Coaching/mentoring on the job• Online• Workplace projects(TAEDES401A Learner Guide p 57)
  16. 16. PARAMETERS OF THE LEARNING PROGRAM Foster and promote an INCLUSIVE LEARNING CULTURE What does INCLUSITIVITY mean?
  17. 17. SO WHAT IS INCLUSIVITY? Recognition of diversity Individuals rather than a homogeneous group Valuing uniqueness Valuing interests, experiences, abilities, insights, needs, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, learning styles, etc. LLN needs (Linguistic, Literacy and Numeracy) So – RECOGNISES ALL SPECIAL NEEDS
  18. 18.  What do you think the term LLN stands for?(Learner Guide TAEDES401A p. 23)Strategies to deal with these issues (Learner Guide TAEDES401A p. 23)
  19. 19. Is that everyone learns in a different way, that’swhy promoting and fostering an ‘inclusive’learning environment is important because itallows each individual the chance for success intheir learning.
  20. 20. Refer to your AQTF copy and identify the AQTF standard thattalks about equity
  21. 21. AQTF Standard 2 : The RTO adheres to principles of access and equity and maximises outcomes for its clientsAQTF Essential Conditions and Standards for Continuing Registration
  22. 22. What sort of strategies might this include?
  23. 23. Identifying RisksIdentifying HazardsUseful websites:www.deewr.gov.au (Department of Employment, Education and Workplace Relations)www.nohsc.gov.au National Occupational Health and Safely Council
  24. 24. A hazard is something with the potential to cause harm
  25. 25. Risk is the likelihood that a harmfulconsequence might result when exposed to ahazard
  26. 26. Identify the potential hazards in the training environment inthe next slide
  27. 27.  Duty of care is a broad ranging legal principles(Learner Guide TAEDES401A p. 68) As trainers we have a DUTY OF CARE towards our students – includes legal obligations as in: AQF AQTF Conditions & Standards Company Policy & Procedure Manuals
  28. 28. TRAINING PLAN INCLUDES:1. Unit Code and outcomes2. Learning Outcome/Objective = SMART principle3. Learner’s characteristics4. Training Content5. Delivery Methods/Strategies (TAEDES401A Learner Guide p 57)6. Assessment methods/tools/instruments
  29. 29. S = SpecificM = MeasurableA = AchievableR = RelevantT = TimelyA = Aligned, ApplicableExample: By the end of tonight (= timely) you will have an understanding of thelearning outcomes of the unit TAEDES401A (= specific, relevant & applicable) toassist you with completing activity 1 – 7(= measurable)(Learner Guide TAEDEL401A, pp 27 – 28)
  30. 30. ONE DAY DELIVERY SESSION!!!!KEEP IT SIMPLE!REMEMBER TO FOLLOW STEPS FOR DELIVERING/A SESSION (PLAN – DELIVER – ASSESS – REVIEW)INCLUDES BREAKS!!INCLUDES INTERACTIVE ACTIVITES (E.G. GROUPACTIVITY)REMEMBER SUMMARY/CONCLUSION AT ENDHINT – THINK OF A WORKSHOP YOU HAVE ATTENDED RECENTLY
  31. 31. PROFESSIONALPRESENTABLECOVER ALL THE POINTS IN ASSESSMENTQUESTION!
  32. 32. PART 2 Your task now is to choose ONE(1) unit of competence from a Nationally Accredited Training Package and create a ONE (1) days training for your client. In the DEL units of this course, you are going to deliver a 30 minutes session and a 60 minutes session based on your learning program that you are developing now. So, it is important that you decide on a unit that will be relevant to your workplace. If you need to discuss this with your trainer, please contact us. Activity : Choose one unit of competence and develop the following documentation. Training Package Name and Code: ______________________________________________ Unit of Competence Code and Name: ____________________________________________ Use www.training.gov.au website
  33. 33. Remember to quote the exact numbering andwording of the performance criteria.EXAMPLE:TAEDES401A: Performance Criteria: 1.4 Identify andconsider characteristics of the target learner group
  34. 34. Modifying the training to fit the workplacewhile still adhering to the packaging rules(TAEDES402A Learner Guide, pp 41 – 43)
  35. 35.  Task Skills – Ability to perform individual tasks Job/role environment skills- deal with responsibilities and expectations of the work place, including working with others Task Management skills- Ability to manage a number of different tasks/operations and activities within the job role Transfer skills- Apply skills in different environments and situations Contingency Management Skills- ability to respond to irregularities and breakdowns in routine.
  36. 36. 1. Design, develop and review learningprograms to meet an identified need fora group of learners - skills andknowledge needed to identify theparameters of a learning program2.Skills and knowledge required to usetraining packages and accreditedcourses3. Knowledge of Units of Competence,AQF & AQTF
  37. 37.  Please feel free to ask any questions you might have about the content of this session or anything else relating to your course Emailing queries to: maggieg@linemanagement.com.au ALWAYS quote your query as follows: Unit code: for example TAEDES401A Activity and page number: for example 2.1 on page 8 Version number of Assessment workbook: (in foot note of document) for example V2 January 2011
  38. 38. Complete assessment activities →submit → feedback → confidence → succeed!ALL THE BEST WITH STUDIES !

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