Pacific Technical And Further Education (Pacific TAFE)

Pacific TAFE




Certificate IV in Professional Training, Assessment & Evaluation

DESCRIPTION

This qualification reflects the role of an individual delivering training and assessment in the training, vocational education and TVET sector. The qualification is suitable preparation for individuals engaged in the design, development, delivery and evaluation of training and assessment of competence in a workplace or in the training sector.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include but not limited to:
    • TVET Trainers/Teachers
    • Training Officers
    • Training Consultants
    • Assistant Training Officers

LENGTH OF PROGRAMME

Part Time

1 year


ELIGIBILITY/ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

To be admitted to the Certificate IV in Professional Training, Assessment & Evaluation, a person shall have:
    • Pass in Senate recognised Form 6/Year 12 or equivalent with English and minimum of two years work experience; or
    • Extensive workplace, TVET or adult training experience with recommendation from the employer

COURSE INFORMATION

This programme has four (4) courses

Course CodeCourse TitleSemesterDelivery modeCampusFees (FJD)

CET41

Introduction to Adult Education & Training

1 & 2

Face to Face

Laucala

$500

CET42

Processes and Methodologies of Training

1

Face to Face

Laucala

$500

CET43

Developing and Delivering Training

1

Face to Face

Laucala

$500

CET44

Assessment Evaluation of Training

1 & 2

Face to Face

Laucala

$500


DELIVERY VALIDATION & QUALITY ASSURANCE

Programme delivery of this qualification is validated and quality assured by Sydney Institute of TAFE with an equivalent Australian national qualification.

ASSESSMENT

All courses are competency based and assessment varies with each course and may include demonstrations, observation, questions and answers, case studies, portfolios, work samples, assignment, written tasks, oral questioning projects, training record book, portfolio observation, practical demonstration, third party report .Workplace based assessments are applicable to working students only.

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) takes into account the knowledge and skills you have already gained through your previous education and work. This may be through formal or informal training, paid or unpaid work experience, and can earn you credit if relevant to the courses of this programme. Student must apply for course/s RPL when admitted in the programme with full programme fee.

CREDIT TRANSFER

Do you already have a qualification, statements of attainment or academic statements for courses completed at another recognised institution? If yes, CVCE may award credit transfer after assessing outcomes, contents and assessment tools used. This one off absolute decision lies with CVCE. There is no cost for this recognition.

EXIT POINTS

You may exit from this qualification at any given time and receive a Statement of Attainment for courses you have successfully completed.

LEARNING RESOURCES & SUPPORT SERVICES

Students are issued with learning materials and handouts relevant to each course. Some courses require the purchase text books; these text books are available from the USP Book Centre and a copy is available from the University Library. Students will have full access Library, counselling Programmes, ITS Labs, email access, online learning support and Campus Life activities. The courses will have online learning support using Moodle (http://elearn.usp.ac.fj).

QUALIFICATION PATHWAYS/ARTICULATION

After achieving this qualification candidates may undertake:
    • The Diploma in Non-formal Education at the University of the South Pacific.

STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

USP is committed to providing both an excellent education and experience for students. Student enrolled in any course will automatically become a member of the USP Student Association. Moreover, student can agree their grievance and complaints by filling in CVCE’s Student Complain Form and which has redress turn out time of three (3) days.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

CONTACT

Renu Devi | The Customer Relations Officer |Location: Statham Campus |Phone: 3231223 |Email: devi_re@usp.ac.fj | Website: www.usp.ac.fj/cvce

 

To obtain application form and for further information, visit

CVCE Office: CVCE, USP Statham ICT Park, Building 202, Vatuwaqa or contact: Renu Devi email: devi_re@usp.ac.fj; tel: 323 1225 or Pasirio Kitione; email: Kitione_p@usp.ac.fj; tel: 323 1359 or visit CVCE website: www.usp.ac.fj/cvce

Download the application form: | Application for Admission


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Pacific Technical And Further Education (Pacific TAFE)
The University of the South Pacific
Statham ICT Park
Laucala Campus, Suva, Fiji
Tel: +679 323 1223