Course Duration Details
All MRWED students are provided with a 12-month enrolment period to complete all training and assessment requirements. The assessment process following any formal training delivery, whether that be Online, Face to Face, or via Facilitator-led Online Zoom, is relatively self-paced. Therefore, you can progress through your formal assessment tasks as quickly or as gradually as you like during your 12-month enrolment. For more details around the enrolment period and course completion policy, please refer to our Participant Information Handbook: https://www.mrwed.edu.au/forms
Undertaking the training and assessment pathway for certain units within the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment will require students to satisfy specific assessment conditions for the execution of some formal assessment tasks. If your unit selection includes any of the following units, please take note of the assessment condition/s linked to it:
TAEASS402 Assess competence
1. Students undertaking the unit TAEASS402 are required to have access to a real assessment environment. This can be any environment with real candidates in which a valid assessment can take place against the unit of competency being assessed. The assessment of the candidate must be of the kind that would be necessary to demonstrate competency for the purposes of contributing to a statement of attainment. Simulated work environments, online, remote and delayed assessments are still real and valid if they are compliant with Clause 1.3-1.12 of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) 2015.
(See PwC’s Skills for Australia Interpretation Guide: TAE Training Package Release 2.0 and Users’ Guide to the Standards for RTOs 2015 – Standard 1.)
2. Students undertaking the unit TAEASS402 are also requested to have access to a Supervising qualified assessor. This is someone who is a VET practitioner qualified to assess against the unit of competency being undertaken in accordance with Clauses 1.13-1.16 of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) 2015.
(See PwC’s Skills for Australia Interpretation Guide: TAE Training Package Release 2.0 and (Users’ Guide to the Standards for RTOs 2015 – Standard 1, clauses 1.13-1.16)
TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools
1. If you are undertaking the training and assessment pathway for TAEASS502, you will require access to a supervising observer. Your supervising observer should be someone who has had suitable experience with training and assessment practices. They may hold a relevant nationally recognised training qualification such as the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Diploma of Vocational Education and Training or a Bachelor’s degree in adult education, or possess appropriate workplace experience.