This Unit of Competency aims to develop the skills and knowledge required to recognise the core language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) demands of training and assessment, and to tailor training and assessment to suit individual skill levels, including accessing relevant support resources. This unit expands on these areas to give trainers a fuller understanding of LLN issues in training and assessment practice.
Although there are no explicit entry requirements, it is assumed that participants hold a TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Diploma or Skill Set. The evidence requirements for this unit state that skills must be demonstrated with real vocational learners. Therefore to complete this unit you need to have access to a suitable practice environment with a group of learners from your vocational area.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Candidates with relevant experience may be eligible to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Please contact us prior to enrolment if you believe you fit the criteria for RPL.
- Analyse LLN requirements of training context
- Determine the LLN skill of the learner group
- Select and use resources and strategies to address LLN requirements
- Access specialist LLN support
- Evaluate effectiveness of learning support and assessment strategies in addressing LLN requirements
Option 1 - Single Day Workshop
One day LLN Accelerated Workshop, delivered in the enterprise workplace to groups of 4-10 individuals.
- Pre-reading, learning and knowledge based activities
- Single day of intensive face to face learning and practical assessment activities
- Post session assessment work if required
This delivery mode provides accelerated learning to confident trainers. The learning is broken into chunks, with the most difficult concepts facilitated by a specialist RMT Trainer. Assessment will be completed both at the workshop and in the workplace.
Option 2 - Two Day Workshop
Two Day LLN Workshop, delivered in the workplace to groups of 4-10 individuals.
This delivery method incorporates the One Day Workshop with an additional day to consolidate learning and address practical assessment requirements, reducing the amount of time required for further post course assessment.
It is recommended for trainers with less experience in LLN delivery and assessment, or those who are new to the role.
Option 3 - Facilitated On-Line Learning
This self-managed delivery mode is undertaken at home or in the workplace. All materials can be downloaded in an easy-to-use Microsoft Word format, or are available in print format.
Course requirements are typically completed over three weeks, with a weekly online tutorial 1:1 with your facilitator.
Additional support is available via phone, email and our online e-learning centre.
The Course Workbook and evidence is emailed or posted to your facilitator for assessment
Available payment options
Fees to be paid on enrolment.
Students will receive a folder with Course Workbook, Reference Material, and access to RMT's online learning management system.