Provide supervision of trainers policy and procedure
Purpose of the policy
This policy outlines the processes and procedures employed by Allara to ensure any individual working under supervision, who is not a trainer and assessor, meet the requirements set out in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs), 2015.
Allara – Allara Investments Pty Ltd, trading as Allara learning and is inclusive of; Tactical Training Group Pty Ltd, RTO provider No: 91054 (TTG) and W G learning Pty Ltd, RTO Provider No: 91178 (WGL).
TTG - Tactical Training Group Pty Ltd, RTO provider No: 91054 (TTG)
WGL– W G learning Pty Ltd, RTO Provider No: 91178 (WGL)
The policy applies to all of Allara Learning’s (Allara’s) operations inclusive of Tactical Training Group Pty Ltd, RTO provider No: 91054 (TTG) and W G learning Pty Ltd, RTO Provider No: 91178 (WGL). It applies to all individuals who are not trainers or assessors, and provides for supervision arrangements to ensure the individual does not determine assessment outcomes.
Allara will in accordance with the Standards for RTOs 2015, ensure that any individual working under supervision of a trainer under clause 1.17 to 1.20:
- holds the skills set defined in Item 6 of Schedule 1
- has vocational competencies at least to the level being delivered and assessed
- has current industry skills directly relevant to the training being provided.
Where Allara engages an individual under Clause 1.17, it will:
- Determine and put in place:
- the level of the supervision required; and
- any requirements, conditions or restrictions considered necessary on the individual’s involvement in the provision of training and collecting of assessment evidence.
- Ensure that trainers providing supervision monitor and are accountable for all training provision and collection of assessment evidence by the individual under their supervision.
Requirements for an individual working under supervision
An individual who delivers training whilst working under supervision must hold the TAE Presenting Skill Set.
An individual who conducts assessment whilst working under supervision must hold the TAE Assessor Skill Set.
An individual who does not hold the TAE Assessor Skill Set must not determine assessment outcomes.
An individual who is working under supervision must be enrolled in the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or its successor, and be working towards attaining the qualification. It is expected that this qualification be completed within 6-12 months of commencing employment.
Requirements of an individual who is providing supervision
The appointed Supervisor must:
- Hold the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or its successor, or a diploma or higher-level qualification in adult education.
- Supervise training sessions and provide feedback / de-briefings after the training session is completed.
- Provide feedback on the preparation of the training delivery.
- Review assessment evidence and determine competency.
- Complete the Peer Review Feedback Form and forward it to the Quality Assurance Manager for review. This must be completed every 4-weeks for the period of the supervision requirements.
Cessation of the supervision arrangement
The supervision arrangement ends when:
- The individual under supervision attains the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or its successor, or a diploma or higher level qualification in adult education; or
- The individual under supervision’s employment ceases.
- Peer review feedback form
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