Do you have experience in workplace training and assessment, on the job mentoring, teaching or facilitating learning and enjoy the creative side of your work, then this is the qualification for you.
Financial assistance is available for this qualification for eligible applicants. Scholarships, partial scholarships and student loans may apply.
|Design and develop assessment tools||(TAEASS502)|
|Design and develop learning resources||(TAEDES502)|
|Design and develop learning strategies||(TAEDES501)|
|Evaluate a training program||(TAEDES505)|
|Undertake organisational training needs analysis||(TAETAS501)|
|Access resources and support to address foundation skills in vocational practice||(TAELLN412)|
|Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills||(TAELLN411)|
|Analyse and apply sustainability skills to learning programs||(TAESUS501)|
|Apply research to training and assessment practice||(TAERES501)|
|Design and develop e-learning resources||(TAEDES503)|
|Develop and implement recognition strategies||(TAEASS504)|
|Identify and apply current sustainability education principles and practice to learning programs||(TAESUS502)|
|Integrate foundation skills into vocational training delivery||(TAELLN413)|
|Lead assessment validation process||(TAEASS503)|
|Maintain and enhance professional practice||(TAEPDD501)|
|Provide advanced assessment practice||(TAEASS501)|
|Provide advanced facilitation practice||(TAEDEL502)|
|Research and develop units of competency||(TAEDES504)|
|Support the development of adult language, literacy and numeracy skills||(TAELLN501)|
|Work in partnership with industry, enterprises and community groups||(TAEICR501)|
State Government funding/subsidies may be available within your state. Please check with your GEM representative if you require clarity in this regard.Your tuition fee includes:-
There are assessments tasks for every Performance Criteria built into every Unit of Competency. You will not be assessed until you indicate that you are prepared for assessment. You will be given at least one-week's notice by your Tutor or Facilitator for any assessment being organised by the Assessor. You must have submitted your portfolio of evidence prior to the actual assessment date, or bring it with you to the assessment. If face to face assessment is being undertaken you must attend. If you are sick, a phone call is required to advise of your absence. Otherwise, a doctor's certificate will be necessary for an alternative date to be set for the assessment. For more information on assessment, refer to your Course Information Guide for this Unit, and/or for additional information, which is available on the GEM website.
If you do not have a workplace that is suitable for you to demonstrate your competence on the job, GEM College of International Business may be able to provide customised, flexible or on-the-job options for this course. Contact your Tutor or Facilitator for further information to discuss your needs.
If you have a permanent or temporary condition that may prevent you successfully completing the assessment task(s) you should immediately discuss this with your Tutor or Facilitator, about a "reasonable adjustment". This is the adjustment of the way in which you are to be assessed to take into account your condition. This may include providing additional time, or a support person. While assessment tasks may be changed to suit your condition, the actual performance criteria cannot be altered.
Recognition of Prior Learning and Current Competency
GEM College of International Business recognises skills gained through previous studies, the workplace and life experience which may allow you to complete your qualification more quickly than the nominated minimal hours.
You may be entitled to recognition that will exempt you from one or more Units of Competency. Where you can provide evidence of competency in all Units in a given qualification, you will be required to complete a major project, to demonstrate your ability to provide current application of those competencies across a range of sectors, or with regards to a range of contingencies.
If you are granted RPL the target unit will be reported on your Academic Transcript advanced standing. No gradings are provided for Units granted under RPL arrangements.
You must enrol in all Units of Competency and apply for an exemption by completing a form. Attendance at class, or Online is necessary until any relevant exemption is granted.
For further information please contact the Quality Control Officer on (08) 8342 3316 or visit the GEM College website.
Sadly, the term "curriculum" has degenerated to being perceived and accepted simply as 'the subjects comprising a course of study in a school or college'.
Having been actively engaged over three decades in the exciting cut and thrust of a convergence of entrepreneurship, technology development and education and training, and having seen the transformation of people and of communities engaged in learning through our unique methodologies the GEM College Executive has not been prepared to see any GEM College curriculum in such a diminished light.
To GEM College:
"Curriculum" is a planned, formalized design for teaching for certain known and intended learning outcomes, and for other unknown and unintended outcomes. It is the planned dynamic chaos that comes from the interaction of learners with other innovative people, peers, instructors, assessors, instructional materials and media, instructional activities and experiences, oneself and others, entrepreneurs and the entire learning environment interacting and interrelating as the pracademic ecosystem.
Our concept of "Curriculum" has shaped both our academic model and our business model. We are unique.
GEM College is not an educational organisation, nor an institution. It is an innovative educational organism.
We develop educators and entrepreneurs - We practice what we teach.
Bring your career to the next level with a globally recognized business degree. Our qualifications provide specialized, flexible, scalable training that meets your needs to be a future business leader.
GEM College of International Business is committed to ongoing improvements that will enhance the service that is provided to you, the client. Should you have any grievance with the way in which GEM College has conducted business with you, we will be pleased to listen to what you have to say. By doing so, hopefully, we will improve our service which, will in turn, benefit everyone accessing training through us.
In the first instance, any grievance should be discussed with the relevant Administrative person, Tutor or Facilitator. If they cannot resolve the problem to your satisfaction, it will then be referred to the Campus Manager. If the Campus Manager was your first point of contact or if the issue is still not resolved to your satisfaction, then the National Manager shall endeavour to resolve the matter. If the National Manager does not resolve the matter to your satisfaction, the Director-International Business or the Corporate Leader will be pleased to make an appointment and listen to your grievance. Further detail regarding our grievance and appeals policy is contained in our "Customer Service Charter and Grievance Policy" which is located at www.gemcollege.edu.au/student-policies/.
If you do not agree with the result given for an assessment task, you may appeal the assessment decision. You should first discuss the assessment result with your Tutor or Facilitator. If you are not satisfied with the outcome of that discussion, you can access the appeal process through the Campus Manager. More information on Learner's rights and responsibilities can be found at www.gemcollege.edu.au/student-policies/.
GEM College of International Business hereby gives an assurance that no discrimination shall be made against an individual or organisation lodging a grievance. We view all criticism and suggested improvements as ways that will allow us to improve our service to you.
GEM College of International Business is acknowledged as upholding the highest standards of ethical conduct and professional excellence. We inculcate these same standards in our learners and strive to produce business leaders with recognised integrity. Thus, our (benchmarked for best practice) policies and processes support this and protect both the College and learners.
The policies and processes of the College are transparent; we therefore discuss these with our learners during an Orientation Session at the commencement of each course. You will be required to acknowledge that you have read, understand, accept and are willing to ascribe these policies and processes during the Orientation Session. The college website (at http://www.gemcollege.edu.au/student-policies/) includes the following as essential pre-reading: