TAE40122 - Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Classic Virtual Delivery

St John’s Classic Virtual Delivery program spans twenty (20) online classroom days over six (6) months. 

The term 'Classic' summarizes the essence of traditional learning, gracefully merging time-honoured classroom methods with the flexibility of online accessibility.

Led by experienced TAE trainers, each session intertwines with your journey of learning-by-doing, featuring interactive activities like group discussions, case studies, and self-discovery learning. You will practice essential workplace trainer-assessor skills and work on real assessment tasks. 

Following each formal session, you can reinforce your understanding by engaging in the corresponding learning activities available on Moodle. Access professionally designed resources, including a participant guide, templates, and clear instructions for assessments. 

This distinguished model will suit those new to vocational education, seeking a logical step-by-step approach and enjoy collaborative engagement with like-minded peers.

The model is participant-centric, participant-driven. Once enrolled you will be given full access to the: course material; assessment tasks; professionally designed learning resources; and Popwater Education, a virtual Registered Training Organisation! 

This course will run over 6 months with 4 blocks of 5 days each including delivery and assessment. The duration between the face-to-face delivery sessions will be allocated for self-paced guided learning weeks, offering you the chance to lead your own learning journey. The trainer will support this process by providing additional details on learning activities and offering guidance on initiating assessments.

Intake Class Dates

Intake 1 Class Dates

Intake 2 Class Dates

13 - 17 May 2024

10 - 14 June 2024

17 - 21 June 2024

15 - 19 July 2024

22 - 26 July 2024

19 - 23 Aug 2024

26 - 30 Aug 2024

23 - 27 Sep 2024

  • Cost

    Full Price: $4,750.00
    Upfront Payment (non-refundable): $250.00

    Delivery Details

    Delivery Method:
    Instructor Led - 100% Online
    20 days over 26 Weeks
    (4 blocks of 5 days)
    NRT Logo

    RTO No: 88041

  • What will you learn?

    Throughout this program, you will acquire the skills to design, develop, and deliver comprehensive learning programs in adherence to rigorous National Standards. Specifically, you will explore how to:

    •    Recognise, interpret, and refer to VET framework.
    •    Identify criteria for compliant documentation within the VET industry.
    •    Evaluate and choose appropriate learning materials, training tools, and assessment instruments for the optimal educational experience.
    •    Support and adjust for participants facing challenges in language, literacy, and/or numeracy.
    •    Conduct individual and small group training in workplace skills using available support materials. 
    •    Develop, execute, and assess group and workplace training sessions.
    •    Enhance proficiency in delivering in-person presentations and public speaking, enabling effective training in diverse settings, both in-person and online.
    •    Develop learning plans that facilitate the efficient acquisition of skills and knowledge. 
    •    Organise, administer, and assess participant evaluations in various settings, both in-person and online.
    •    Explore and adopt more efficient approaches to enhance learning in the workplace.
    •    Stay informed about current trends in learning engagement and acknowledge the significance of adult learning theory. 
    •    Acquire the ability to interpret a unit of competency and create comprehensive learning programs and assessment plans.

  • Licensing and regulatory requirements

    Holding relevant training and assessment qualification is a requirement of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015.
    This qualification meets the minimum education requirement for trainers and assessors operating without supervision under applicable VET legislation, frameworks and/or standards. The qualification is a successor to TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

  • Who is this course for?

    •    If you are interested in sharing your existing skills and knowledge in your field with others in a formally recognised manner, then this course is for you.
    •    If you are interested in influencing the future of your industry by educating and training the upcoming generation of industry experts.

  • Entry requirements

    To enrol in TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, you will need to demonstrate vocational competence in the field you intend to teach and assess participants. Vocational competence is defined as broad industry knowledge and experience and may include holding a relevant unit of competency or qualification and having a strong work background and hands-on experience in the field. Evidence of vocational competency can be presented through:

    •    Current resume and
    •    At least a unit of competency relevant to your vocational area 
    •    At least Certificate III relevant to your vocational area
    •    Higher qualification (Certificate IV, Diploma, or university degree) all within your chosen vocational domain.

    If you are uncertain, please email for more information.

  • Admission requirements

    Attainment of competency in TAE40122 requires higher than average ACSF core skills (level 4) in Learning, Reading, Writing and Oral Communication. Level 3 numeracy is sufficient for this qualification, although a higher level of numeracy may be required in your vocational area of expertise.

    You will be required to undertake a language, literacy, numeracy and digital (LLND) assessment as part of the enrolment process to determine your core skills level and identify any support that may be required during the course. Where LLND needs are identified, you will be provided with additional support, or be provided with information on more suitable courses.

    St John Ambulance Australia has partnered with LLN robot to conduct language, literacy, numeracy and digital (LLND) assessment. 

    Upon booking you will be provided with a link for LLN robot where you will complete language, literacy, numeracy and digital (LLND) assessment. This activity must be completed prior to attending the session.

  • USI Requirements

    Participants are required to comply with enrolment requirements by providing appropriate forms of identification to confirm their eligibility. Participants must provide a validated USI or apply for a USI for their study in Australia. (

  • IT Requirements

    To enrol in the TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, participants must possess the following: •    Access to a computer or tablet equipped with a functional camera and internet connectivity to access the complete array of course resources. •    Proficient computer skills to generate word documents, ability to open web pages, view videos on YouTube, download and extract zip folders, open and download pdf documents, and open, edit, save, and upload documents created in Word.

  • Other requirements

    If a participant is not already working in an RTO or other relevant workplace, they may require access to colleagues, family members or friends to participate in recorded or observed assessment tasks during the course. 

  • Course duration

    St John provides a variety of flexible learning options tailored to accommodate the diverse needs of individuals. 

    St John considers the participants' likelihood of achieving the learning outcomes when determining the duration of delivering this qualification, ensuring the preservation of the qualification's integrity. 

    St John recognises that the amount of training we offer forms only a portion of the complete volume of learning, primarily connected to formal activities such as sessions and additional extension tasks.

    The training duration for this qualification is determined by each participant's prior experience. Participants with significant relevant experience may complete the qualification in a shorter time. Conversely, newcomers to the profession might take a longer duration, receiving support from our dedicated trainers throughout their journey. The expected timeframe for participants is between six (6) and twelve (12) months to fulfill TAE40122 requirements, aligning with the AQF volume of learning indicators for a Certificate IV qualification.

  • Course units
    Introduction to training (TTT)TAEDEL311 Provide work skill instruction
    BSBCMM411 Make presentations
    Delivery and facilitation (DEL)TAEDES412 Design and develop plans for vocational training
    TAEDEL411 Facilitate vocational training
    TAEDEL412 Facilitate workplace based learning
    Introduction to VETTAEPDD401 Work effectively in the VET sector
    Introduction to foundation skills (LLN) TAELLN422 Use foundation skills resources, strategies and advice
    Assessment (ASS)TAEDES411 Use nationally recognised training products to meet vocational training needs
    TAEASS412 Assess competence
    TAEASS413 Participate in assessment validation
    eLearning and assessmentTAEDEL405 Plan, organise and facilitate online learning
    TAEASS404 Assess competence in an online environment

Course Dates

  • Start Date:
  • End Date:
  • Remaining Seats: 18
  • Full Price: $4,750.00
  • Upfront Payment (non-refundable): $250.00

  • Start Date:
  • End Date:
  • Remaining Seats: 18
  • Full Price: $4,750.00
  • Upfront Payment (non-refundable): $250.00