Entry requirements


  • Listen, speak, read and write English proficiently in a clear and confident manner.
  • Must possess workplace literacy skills at the proficiency level equivalent to level 6 and above as stated in the Employability Skills WSQ framework.
  • Learning and assess adult learners through the design, reflection and improvement of learning activities in an variation of learning environments such as classroom, workplace and blended learning contexts.
  • Acquiring relevant level subject matter specialisation and industry experience for the design, facilitation and assessment of learning.
  • Possess basic information and communication technology (ICT) skills.
  • Source and analyse relevant materials from the every day scenario for design and development of learning resources.



Entry requirements

While there are no specific prerequisites for entry into TAE40110, the qualification requires an underlying level of
English language and literacy. If you have any challenges in these areas, please contact us for advice and options,
such as appropriate language, literacy and numeracy skills training.

AQF specification for the Certificate IV

When accrediting Certificate IV qualifications accrediting authorities must ensure that:

•Graduates of a Certificate IV qualification will achieve learning outcomes at level 4.
•All the learning outcomes (knowledge, skills and the application of knowledge and skills) are evident in each qualification accredited as this type.
•Generic learning outcomes are explicitly identified in the qualification and align with the level of the qualification type, the purpose of the qualification and the discipline.
•The relationship between the learning outcomes in the level 4 criteria, the qualification type descriptor, and the discipline
is clear.
•The design of the components of the qualification will provide coherent learning outcomes for the type and will enable graduates to demonstrate them.

•Learning outcomes for Certificate IV qualifications may be achieved through a program of indentured training/employment or a program of learning in an institution which may include work placements.

Once a qualification is accredited it must be placed on the AQF Register in a form consistent with the AQF Qualifications
Register Policy.
Authority to issue the qualification

A Certificate IV qualification may only be issued by an organisation that is authorised by an accrediting authority to do so, and meets any government standards for the sector.

Assessment leading to the award of the qualification lies with the issuing organisation. The issuing organisation is responsible

for ensuring the quality of the learning outcomes and that the graduate has satisfactorily completed any requirements for the awarding of the qualification.

Issuing organisations must issue qualifications consistent with the

AQF Qualifications Issuance Policy.

Issuing organisations will maintain a register of the AQF qualifications they have issued consistent with the AQF Qualifications Register Policy.


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