INTRODUCTION TO AUSTRALIA'S VET SYSTEM
Not currently offered
Credit points: 30
This subject focuses on the key features of the Australian Vocational Education and Training System as they influence and shape the work of teachers, trainers and learners. These features include the development of the industry-driven VET system currently in place, the development of training packages and industry-endorsed competencies and the primacy of workplace competence. Attention is paid to the variety of settings in which VET occurs, with particular consideration of the workplace delivery and assessment of education and training. The content of the subject includes the competencies required by the Australian National Training Authority to qualify individuals in the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAA40104). Students should seek advice from the University Academic Co-ordinator of the course to confirm specific modules of the Certificate IV that are required in order to be eligible for credit for this subject.
Available to Study Abroad/Exchange StudentsYes
Subject year levelYear Level 4 - UG/Hons/1st Yr PG
Available as ElectiveNo
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The Examination of the Theoretical Underpinning of Assessment
AuthorGillis, S., Griffin, P. Trembath, R. and Ling, P.
PublisherTHE CENTRE FOR VOCATIONAL ASSESSMENT RESEARCH, MELBOURNE
Assuring Quality and Choice in National Training: Australia's National Training Framework
AuthorAustralian National Training Authority (ANTA)
Competency Based Education and Training
AuthorHarris, R., Guthrie, H., Hobart, B., Lundberg, D.
PublisherMACMILLAN EDUCATION, MELBOURNE
Assessment: Technical Manual
AuthorHagar, P., Athanasou, J., Gonzi, A.
PublisherDEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING, AGPS: CANBERRA
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