TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Combine your current vocational qualifications and experience with the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment to become a qualified trainer and assessor.
The Cert IV in Training and Assessment qualifies you to work as a trainer and/or assessor in the Australian vocational education and training sector. This means you can work for TAFE and other Registered Training Organisations delivering nationally recognised training in your vocational field, both in a classroom environment and in the workplace.
Living & Learning Nillumbik has been successfully delivering the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment in Eltham, Victoria since 2003. It is a classroom-based course delivered with a strong learner focus and the opportunity to develop practical delivery skills.
Our Cert IV Training and Assessment classes are held at our Eltham campus, a neighbourhood house and Learn Local community centre in the leafy Shire of Nillumbik, in the north-east of Melbourne.
Why study with us?
- Quality training
In a survey of our 2017 graduates, 100% said they would recommend Living & Learning Nillumbik to other people. The State average for all RTOs was 73.8%.
(Living & Learning Nillumbik RTO Performance Indicator Report 2017, Victorian State Government Department of Education and Training)
We have been delivering the Cert IV for the past 16 years, since 2003.
- Small class sizes
We have a maximum of 14 people per course.
- Support for learning
At Living & Learning Nillumbik you will be warmly welcomed by friendly and supportive staff and trainers. Our courses are carefully designed to maximise the benefits of face to face learning, where you will receive ongoing support from your trainer and classmates.
Some training organisations require you to have access to your own 'practice environment' (or group of 8 or more people outside of class to be your ‘learners’) for your practical assessment in this course. We understand many people do not have access to a workplace or network that can support them in this way, so instead we allow time in the classroom for you to do the required training facilitation with your fellow classmates. Delivering your training and assessment sessions in class also means you receive instant feedback from your trainer on your progress for those important components of the course.
For more information, download our Course Information Book from 'Related Information' at the bottom of the page or read it online. See below for answers to some frequently asked questions.
Next course commences
Classes start: February 2020
Classes end: October 2020
Training days: Saturdays
Class times: 9.30am - 3.30pm
Venue: Living & Learning Nillumbik, 739 Main Road, Eltham
Cost: See the Fee Schedule below under 'Related Information'
For more information or to book an interview, contact us on 9433 3744 or send us an enquiry using the link above.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this the latest version of the Cert IV?
Yes. Our courses are the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, which is the latest version of this qualification.
Can I do this course online?
We do not offer a distance- or online-delivery mode for our Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Our courses are classroom-based. Participants are required to attend face-to-face classes located in Eltham, in the north-east of Melbourne, Victoria.
Do you offer Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)?
Yes. You may be eligible for RPL if you have sufficient life or work experience to meet the requirements of one or more units of competency. For more information, read our RPL - TAE40116 Cert IV Training and Assessment page. Please note, however, that Living & Learning Nillumbik is only registered to deliver training and assessment services in Victoria. If you are not a Victorian resident we suggest you search for a Registered Training Organisation that operates in your State or Territory on MySkills.gov.au or training.gov.au.
Living & Learning Nillumbik acknowledges the support of Nillumbik Shire Council in providing these services. Tuition subsidies are provided through Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding under the Skills First program for eligible learners in Vocational Education &Training (VET) qualifications.
Living & Learning Nillumbik is committed to providing a positive, inclusive and supportive learning environment for everybody. People will not be discriminated against on the basis of age, gender, location, culture, or disability in access to our programs and services, and we encourage participation by individuals with a disability.