Diploma of Training Design and Development
The Diploma of Training Design and Development (TAE50216) reflects the roles of training developers and instructional designers who are responsible for analysing training needs and designing training solutions and products. This qualification will benefit those who design programs to meet workplace capability requirements or evaluate the effectiveness of training programs. They may have a role in providing guidance and advice to trainers and assessors, promoting innovative practices, such as e-learning, and in researching and incorporating best practice in training and assessment into training programs and products. Therefore, the Diploma of Training Design and Development represents an expression of achievement that reflects the robustness of training design required to maintain high standards desired in the VET workforce. This qualification provides experienced training developers with a pathway to extend their VET careers.
Conduct a training needs analysis
Collect, collate and analyse evaluation data
Create learning strategies
Develop effective print-based learning resources
Develop effective e-learning resources
Design assessment tools and recognition strategies
Lead assessment validation
Reflect on, and improve practice
Identify how to best support candidates who have language, literacy and numeracy challenges.
This qualification is specifically designed for experienced trainers/assessors and training managers who:
are involved in the design and development of training programs and resources and/or
are responsible for evaluating the success of training and/or
have a role in providing guidance and advice to trainers and assessors in promoting innovative practices.
Modes of Delivery
This program is delivered in a blended way, combining face-to-face delivery (including a variety of reinforcement and extension tasks), with online or correspondence study.
All participants will have access to mentoring from a dedicated Learner Success Team (LST) Mentor, structured webinar-based tutorials and a comprehensive suite of resources with which to read/view/reflect and share.
Recognition of Prior Learning (for experienced trainers and assessors who have evidence to support their current competence in the relevant units of competency which comprise the qualification) is also available.
There are 10 units in the Diploma of Vocational Education and Training. These are divided into 5 core units and 5 elective units. These are listed below:
TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools
TAEDES501 Design and develop learning strategies
TAEDES502 Design and develop learning resources
TAEDES505 Evaluate a training program
TAETAS501 Undertake organisational training needs analysis
TAEASS501 Provide advanced assessment practice
TAEASS503 Lead assessment validation processes
TAEASS504 Develop and implement recognition strategies
TAEDEL501 Facilitate e-learning
TAEDEL502 Provide advanced facilitation practice
TAEDES503 Design and develop e-learning resources
TAEDES504 Research and develop units of competency
TAEPDD501 Maintain and enhance professional practice
TAEICR501 Work in partnership with industry, enterprises and community groups
TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills
TAELLN412 Access resources and support to address foundation skills
TAELLN413 Integrate foundation skills into vocational training delivery
TAELLN501 Support the development of adult language literacy and numeracy skills
TAERES501 Apply research to training and assessment practice
TAESUS501 Analyse and apply sustainability skills to learning programs
TAESUS502 Identify and apply current sustainability education principles and practice to learning programs
In the MRWED program, we have organised the units into the following four clusters:
Learning and Development (LAD) (Available face-to-face, online or by correspondence)
- TAETAS501 Undertake organisational training needs analysis
- TAEDES502 Design and develop learning resources
- TAEDES501 Design and develop learning strategies
- TAEDES505 Evaluate a training program
Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) (Available face-to-face, online or by correspondence)
- TAELLN411 Address language, literacy and numeracy skills
- TAELLN501 Support the development of adult language literacy and numeracy skills
Design, Develop and Validate Assessment (DDV) (Available online or by correspondence)
- TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools (also available face-to-face)
- TAEASS503 Lead assessment validation processes
- TAEASS504 Develop and implement recognition strategies
Develop E-learning Resources (DER) (Available online only)
- TAEDES503 Design and develop e-learning resources
A combination of knowledge and performance content is delivered in an integrated way during each cluster.
The assessment in this qualification involves a variety of tasks during and after the formal training component. This includes workbook activities, practical tasks, presentations, research, reflections and project work.
The Learning and Assessment Journey
See the bottom of this page for a detailed description of the Learning and Assessment journey for MRWED Students.
Volume of Learning
MRWED’s decisions about the duration of the delivery of this qualification take into account the candidates’ likelihood of successfully achieving the learning outcomes and ensure that the integrity of the qualification outcomes are maintained. MRWED acknowledges that the amount of training provided by us is only part of the overall volume of learning and relates primarily to formal activities including classes and other extension tasks.
The amount of training allocated for this qualification is based on the prior experience of each participant. Learners who have a lot of relevant prior experience may have the ability to complete the qualification in a shorter timeframe. However, those who are new to the profession will often take a longer time frame to complete and will be supported by our dedicated Learner Success team throughout their journey. Learners should expect a duration between twelve months and 2 years to meet the requirements of TAE50216, which is consistent with the AQF volume of learning indicators for a Diploma qualification.
Our published public schedules represent the instructor-led “contact time” for candidates choosing a fully face-to-face learning pathway. However, additional reading, research, participation in webinars, project work and assessment activities will be required over the duration of their study to successfully complete the qualification.
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