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  • Objectives
    CSU’s Bachelor of Vocational Education and Training course is designed to recognise the needs of TAFE teachers, and teachers or trainers in similar settings.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Vocational Education and Training
  • Course description
    General information

    This course is designed to meet the needs of TAFE teachers, and teachers or trainers in similar settings such as business and community colleges, the Defence Forces, industry, and commerce and those working as private consultants. This course provides students the opportunity of 100% credit into the TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

    Where it will take you


    Graduates work professionally as teachers and trainers.

    You can work in:

        * TAFE
        * industry
        * enterprises
        * armed services and other government organisations
        * private providers
        * adult and community education
        * community services

    Professionals teaching you professional skills

    The course is taught by dedicated professionals with a wide range of industry experience.

    Your course is recognised by industry

    This course is recognised by TAFE and satisfies Victorian Meca requirements.
    Relationship of CSU VET courses with the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
    (TAA40104 Training Package)

    The following arrangements apply:

    •  If applicants currently possess the TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment before entering the BVET then they are eligible to receive 24 subject points as credit. This will be represented as VET03C Certificate IV TAA04 Credit and will be listed as Forward Credit (i.e. temporary credit) until EEB221 Reflective Practice is successfully completed.

    The subject EEB221 requires students to submit substantiated evidence of 150 hours of previous teaching or training experience. The University does not have a role in arranging a practicum for these subjects.

    •  If applicants are in the process of completing* the TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment then proof of enrolment in this course needs to be provided with Application for Admission documentation in order to apply for the above-mentioned credit arrangement.

    •  Please note that students who do not fully complete the TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment will have the VET03C Certificate IV TAA04 Credit 24 subject points Forward Credit rescinded and will be required to complete the full Without TAA40104 course program

    •  If an applicant possesses the BSZ98 Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training only, then the student has the option of completing the whole CSU VET course, or upgrading to the TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment (through a Registered Training Organisation)) and then to apply for the BVET with the completed TAA40104 and apply for the 24 subject points credit (as indicated above).

    •  Credit for a partially completed (with no intention to fully complete) TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment will not be granted.

    •  Credit for a TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment will not be granted following admission to a VET program. It is not retrospective once you are already enrolled that is, credit must be applied for at the point of admission.

    Endorsements

    TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

    Students completing the full Associate Degree in VET, BVET or Graduate Diploma VET programs are eligible for 100% credit in the TAA4014 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. This credential attracts a small fee.

    Practical experience

    Some subjects have a practical component which may be taken in a prescribed range of VET settings.

    Additional requirements

    Refer to the Additional requirements section for information on:

        * Literacy requirement

    Graduation requirements

    To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 192 points. The number of subjects students must complete during enrolment to make up the required points is dependent upon their prior qualification, for which a credit package is awarded upon admission to the course.

    Further information

    Additional information on Vocational Education and Training is available from the VET School of Education website.

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