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Cert IV Training and Assessment Course – VET Introduction Part 3

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Cert IV Training and Assessment –  Introduction to Vocational Education and Training! (Part 3)

Through our Cert IV Training and Assessment Course, webinar viewers will gain the knowledge to explain the key features of the VET industry as well as be knowledgeable in competency-based training and assessment. Viewers will also be able to define the VET terminology and the structure of the VET system. The video is designed for students of vocational education courses, in particular those enrolled in the TAE program whether they be studying via distance, online, blended of face-to-face mode.

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The third part of Inspire’s three part Cert IV Training and Assessment VET Introduction video focuses exclusively on the structure of the vocational education and training sector and the relation of VET to industries as well as the quality requirements nationally and state by state.

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Inspire Education and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

Get first-class training in the nationally accredited and nationally recognised Cert IV Training and Assessment with Inspire Education. Read more about Australia’s leading ‘Train the Trainer’ qualification at >>> http://www.certificateivintrainingandassessment.com.au or check out our course blog Here.

You have now completed the final segment of Inspire’s three part video series overview of the Cert IV Training and Assessment Vocational Education and Training Introduction!

Stay tuned for our next video series “Introduction to Assessment for the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment student”.

Until next time,

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