About the course

About the course

With demand for vocational education teachers growing, have you considered training to become a teacher in your particular area of expertise?  Do you have a vocational qualification, or knowledge and skills in a trade or industry area? Are you a tradesperson ready to move on from working in the field and keen to teach the next generation of trade professionals? 

By successfully completing this course of study, you will be able to apply your extensive industry experience to become a nationally recognised and qualified trainer.

Our courses in training, assessment and education will provide you with the essential skills, knowledge and professional requirements you need in your career as a trainer.

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Intake Dates & Course Length

All programs are offered part time, with weekly attendance:

  • Blended: 19 April 2021  (Monday - daytime - 28 sessions which includes 1 orientation session) Group Code 2108TME
  • Blended: 22 May 2021 (Saturday - daytime - 28 sessions which includes 1 orientation session) Group Code 2110TSE
  • Face to Face: 1 June 2021 (Tuesday - daytime - 28 sessions which includes 1 orientation session) Group Code 2111TTE

Part time: 28 sessions (one day per week, excluding public holidays and term breaks) - approximate duration is 9 months.

This course is being delivered via a blended model. This means most sessions will be delivered face to face and there will be a few online sessions via teacher facilitated virtual classrooms utilising Microsoft Teams. 

Changes to the delivery model of this course could occur due to COVID19 and face to face class teaching on campus may revert to virtual classes.

This is a blended delivery course which will include a combination of online, remote and face to face delivery. Blended learning can involve a range of online programs and resources including StudentWeb, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, Skype, specific industry platforms, pre-recorded sessions, assigned reading, tutorials, discussion boards, and online activities. Blended learning also involves face-to-face attendance at classes or practical placements.

For information regarding dates such as enrolment, orientation and study breaks please visit the Academic Calendars page

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Career Outcomes

After successful completion you can apply for roles such as: 

  • enterprise trainer
  • enterprise assessor
  • Registered Training Organisation (RTO) trainer
  • RTO assessor
  • vocational education teacher
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Entry Requirements

Entry to this course requires you to demonstrate vocational competency in your proposed teaching and assessing area. Vocational competency is defined as broad industry knowledge and work experience;  this may include, but is not limited to, holding a current relevant unit of competency or qualification in the vocational area.

You will need to have access to a personal computer, with mic and camera, and internet connection. Installed applications must include Adobe Reader, MS Word & Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Teams, and Chrome browser.

All Box Hill Institute students can download Office 365 which includes free access to MS Office and desktop applications for the duration of your course.

In order to fulfil the requirements of the course, you must have sufficient digital literacy; this means you must have practical skills in using information technologies such as internet platforms, MS suite and other applications to manage and create information required for your course work.  This will include document and PowerPoint creation, uploading, downloading, saving, cutting and pasting, creating and manipulating tables/templates, etc.


To assist prospective students to determine whether a course is suitable and appropriate for the individual needs, Box Hill Institute will assess all students’ language, literacy and numeracy and digital literacy by asking you to undertake a self-assessment review prior to the enrolment.

A course advisor will discuss the outcomes of the review and make recommendations about whether the course is suitable for you, and identify additional support where required.


Direct entry

Recognition of Prior Learning is available.

Pathways & Accreditation

After successful completion, you may apply for entry into the TAE50116 Diploma of Vocational Education and Training.

This course is government accredited and has national recognition

The qualification is aligned with the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) level 4

Fees & Finance Options

This training is provided to eligible individuals with funds made available by the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments

Government Subsidised StandardFull FeeGovernment Subsidised Concession or Job Trainer
Tuition Fee$2,145$4,290$429
Service Fee$166$166$166
Core Skills Support Fee$83$83$83
Material Fee$100$100$100
Retain Course Items$0$0$0
Total Course Estimate$2,494$4,639$778
Payable Estimate (at commencement)$2,494$4,639$778

Retain Course Items are purchased once by the student prior to commencing. Those items then become the property of the student. Fees listed are at 2021 rates and may increase annually over the duration of delivery. The student tuition fees listed are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. For more information please contact our Course Advisors on 1300 BOX HILL.

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Course Structure

Full program: 10 units (9 core and 1 elective)

The course consists of ten units, and comprises three clusters:

  1. Design: the design units focus on where skills and knowledge are fostered to conceptualise, design, develop and review learning programs, pitched at the appropriate LLN level.  This first cluster provides you with the background of the VET sector, in particular how training packages link to their specific work contexts.
  2. The unit TAELLN411 is delivered after completion of the Design units and enables trainees to identify the LLN skill requirements, and capability of their prospective learners. 
  3. Delivery: in this cluster, you will develop competence in planning, organising and delivering training programs to groups, specifically designed for workplace contexts. You'll develop skills to present your designed training plans to targeted audiences, both individual and groups. Competence develops in training others in the workplace, using real work activities as the basis for learning.
  4. Assessment: the effectiveness of a learning program is gauged through assessment. This cluster follows on from the design and delivery phases. Your knowledge and skills will be expanded through the development of appropriate assessment instruments related to formative and summative assessments.  The effectiveness of the instruments are tested during the moderation and validation processes, where knowledge of compliance requirements is reinforced.  
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