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The Australasian Training Academy has Nationally Recognised Training which will assist you to gain employment in Australia and overseas.

 

The Nationally Recognised courses we offer include:

  • 10557NAT Certificate IV in TESOL
  • 10558NAT Diploma of TESOL
Name of RTO Australasian Training Academy (Pty Ltd) Page 1
Code and title of qualification beeoptions demo 10557NAT Certificate IV in TESOL
binary options demo account Delivery Period 550 hours or approximately 28 weeks nominally (at 20 hours of study per week) – combines home study and internet research with an optional 5 day in-class.
en iyi forex firması Course structure The Certificate IV in TESOL course comprises 11 core units of competency.
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A = develop an activity or lesson plan
B = essay or written assignment
C = multiple choice or short answers
D = practical exercise
Methods of Assessment
Theory Prac
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TESKTR401 Develop TESOL knowledge and teaching roles
TESKTM402 Develop TESOL teaching methodology
TESPPT403 Formulate a personal philosophy of teaching statement
TESDLS404 Develop listening skills in TESOL
TESDSS405 Develop speaking skills in TESOL
TESDRS406 Develop reading skills in TESOL
TESDWS407 Develop writing skills, spelling and punctuation in TESOL
TESDGV408 Develop grammar and vocabulary knowledge in TESOL
TESAVT409 Develop audio-visual and information technology techniques in TESOL
TESDSA410 Plan and develop student assessment materials
TESPTT411 Private tutoring in TESOL
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  • Existing teachers as part of a Professional Development program, especially teachers who want to teach locally in TESOL.
  • Informal TESOL teachers who have some overseas teaching experience but no formal qualifications.
  • People who wish to do private tuition or volunteer TESOL teaching locally.
  • People wanting to work overseas and get paid to travel.
fare trading binario LLN Requirements If it is identified that the student may find it difficult to complete the course with their existing skill levels, a number of options may be addressed including referral to another RTO or service offering specialised diagnostic and corrective services (See NRC Student Handbook, Section 13, “Language and Literacy Requirements”).International students undertaking these courses are required to have a score of at least 5.5 in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
migliori forex robot Pathways The Certificate IV in TESOL will assist in gaining employment as an ESOL teacher or tutor in Australia and overseas. Note however, that to teach in Australia, additional professional teaching qualifications and/ or TESOL experience are usually required.Students who complete the Certificate IV in TESOL will be granted four units of credit towards the Diploma of TESOL.
opciones financieras at the money Blended learning The course is available with a combination of an optional 5 day in-class foundation course and self-paced private learning.
Tastylia for sale RPL Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) may be possible for parts of the course or the entire course. Units of competency from past qualifications or work experience will be analysed and matched up with the aforementioned units of competency.
video opzioni binarie 60 secondi Industry Consultation The CEO and directors of the college consult with industry professionals regularly. They travel overseas to meet government agencies, schools and recruiters to determine industry needs. This analysis is then used to develop ATA courses. Regular industry consultation ensures that courses are up to date and meet the needs of both ATA students and overseas schools and recruiters.
binär optionen handeln demokonto Infrastructure requirements All staff (including full time, part time and contractors) involved in the delivery and assessment of this qualification have direct access to the current version of the nationally recognised course. They also have access to print and electronic copies of assessment tools and trainer and assessor support materials.ATA has reviewed the equipment and facility requirements for each unit of competency in the qualification and will provide the necessary equipment to implement the in-class component of the course.

Students choosing the online option for study should have access to a computer, a reliable internet connection and email.

Validation and moderation Assessments are validated in a number of ways thus ensuring the reliability of the assessment tasks and sufficiency of evidence.Principles of assessment are:

Evidence requirements for individual assessments are developed in house through a validation and moderation process by qualified assessors and TESOL tutors.

All assessments submitted for marking are marked by a suitably qualified assessor and TESOL tutor to ensure the required benchmarks are addressed.

Consistency in marking is achieved through in-house moderation as required. Assessor meetings take place between key assessors within the organisation. At these meetings, selected assessments are checked to ensure that the requirements of the corresponding units of competency are addressed. These meetings examine the process of assessment (timing, sequencing, instructions to students) and the alignment between the assessment tasks and the criteria within each unit.

Delivery and Assessment Arrangements Delivery
The Certificate IV in TESOL program is delivered through a blended learning approach. Students can choose to attend an exciting and highly interactive optional 5 day in- class foundation course in addition to the self-paced private study.The program is self-paced with flexible entry, study timetables and assessment submissions, allowing students to complete their studies in a time frame that suits them best. Student learning resource manuals are provided but at Certificate IV level there is also an expected element of personal research via the Internet and personal reading.Assessment
Students are assessed in a Competency Based Training mode and must satisfactorily complete all assessment items to be rated as competent in a unit. Participants will be informed at the commencement of the course of the types of assessments they must complete during the course.Theory or written assessments are submitted to head office in Brisbane either by email or post. They are marked by experienced TESOL trainers and assessors and returned to students with constructive feedback comments.There are no set time limits for the completion of individual assessments, however, submission of all assessments are valid for one year from the date of registration.
Readings Students should read the NRC Student Handbook, Section 7 “Course information” and Section 8 “Flexible learning and Assessment procedures” upon enrolment. Then read through the TESOL Trainers Manual prior to attending the optional 5 day in-class foundation course or before attempting any written assessments.A separate student resource book is also available for unit 23B. In addition, students are encouraged to read appropriate ESOL text books and browse ESOL web sites on the Internet. A “Useful websites” and a “Book list” for recommended reading is available for students in the “Teacher Resources” section of the ATA.
5 day in-class Foundation Course (Optional) The 5 day in-class foundation course is a great way to become familiar with the content and context of TESOL. Although it is not compulsory, it is highly recommended that students include this mode of learning in their learning program.It is an intensive foundation to TESOL methodology and the principles of second language acquisition, and includes essential TESOL components such as: approaches and techniques; lesson planning; the development of learning activities; and an introduction to the four language skills. In addition, it presents an exciting opportunity to plan, prepare and deliver a 15 minute presentation lesson.

Students will be guided through these activities step by step in a stimulating yet comfortable learning environment by one of our well qualified and highly experienced TESOL trainers.

Whilst it is beneficial to complete this foundation course prior to starting the written assessments, students may choose to attend any one of the courses around Australia that suits their location and learning schedule.

Core TESOL Unit Assessments Students must complete assessments for the 11 core TESOL units of competency. Assessments will include multiple choice quizzes, short written answers and essays, and practical tasks. In addition, researching and developing learning activities and resources, and the preparation of lesson plans, will allow students to demonstrate application of their theoretical knowledge.
Practical Components There is a 6 hour practicum component which needs to be completed as part of the Certificate IV in TESOL. Please see Section 9 of this handbook for more information.
Name of RTO Australasian Training Academy (Pty Ltd) Page 1
Code and title of qualification 10558NAT Diploma of TESOL
Delivery Period 1304 hours or approximately 65 weeks nominally (at 20 hours of study per week) – combines home study, internet research, and a 10-hour teaching practicum – with an optional 5 day in-class foundation course.
Course structure The Diploma of TESOL course comprises 13 core units plus a job placement component.
Assessment methods Assessment codes
A = develop an activity or lesson plan
B = essay or written assignment
C = multiple choice or short answers
D = practical exercise
Methods of Assessment
Theory Prac
Core units TESOL Units (compulsory) A B C D
TESTTM501 TESOL teaching methodology
TESALP502 Apply learning theories in TESOL lesson planning
TESDLS404 Develop listening skills in TESOL
TESDSS405 Develop speaking skills in TESOL
TESDRS406 Develop reading skills in TESOL
TESDWS407 Develop writing skills in TESOL
TESEPS503 English for pre-school
TESTEC504 Prepare and teach English to children
TESTEA505 Prepare and teach English to adolescents
TESPEA506 Prepare and teach English to adults
TESPIE507 Prepare students for the IELTS exam
TESTBE508 Prepare and teach Business English
TESIRT509 Independent Research in TESOL
Job Placement Teach TESOL
Client(s)
  • Existing teachers as part of a Professional Development program, especially teachers who want to teach or tutor locally in TESOL, or are seeking higher level supervisory positions.
  • Informal TESOL teachers who have some overseas teaching experience but no formal qualifications.
LLN Requirements If it is identified that the student may find it difficult to complete the course with their existing skill levels, a number of options may be addressed including referral to another RTO or service offering specialised diagnostic and corrective services.

(See Section 13. Language and Literacy Requirements)
International students undertaking these courses are required to have a score of 7.5 in International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

Practical exercises will depend on which area you wish to research or teach during the research unit(TESIRT509) and the job placement.
Pathways The Diploma of TESOL will assist in gaining employment as an ESOL teacher or tutor in Australia and overseas.
Note however, that to teach in Australia, additional professional teaching qualifications and/ or ESOL teaching experience are usually required.
The Diploma of TESOL may be recognised by some tertiary institutions for credit towards some undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications.
Blended Learning The course is available with a combination of: an optional 5 day in-class foundation course; self-paced private learning either online or by correspondence; and a ten hour Teaching Practicum.
RPL Recognition of prior learning (RPL) may be possible for parts of the course or the entire course. Units of competency from past qualifications or work experience will be analysed and matched up with the aforementioned units of competency.
Industry Consultation The CEO and directors of the college consult with industry professionals regularly. They travel overseas to meet government agencies, schools and recruiters to determine industry needs. This analysis is then used to develop ATA courses. Regular industry consultation ensures that courses are up to date and meet the needs of both ATA students and overseas schools and recruiters.
Infrastructure Requirements  All staff (including full time, part time and contractors) involved in the delivery and assessment of this qualification have direct access to the current version of the nationally recognised course. They also have access to print and electronic copies of assessment tools and trainer and assessor support materials.
ATA has reviewed the equipment and facility requirements for each unit of competency in the qualification and will provide the necessary equipment to implement the in-class component of the course.
Students choosing the online option for study should have access to a computer, a reliable internet connection and email.
Validation and Moderation  Assessments are validated in a number of ways thus ensuring the reliability of the assessment tasks and sufficiency of evidence.
Evidence requirements for individual assessments are developed in house through a validation and moderation process by qualified assessors and TESOL tutors.
All assessments submitted for marking are marked by a suitably qualified assessor and TESOL tutor to ensure the required benchmarks are addressed.
Consistency in marking is achieved through in-house moderation as required. Assessor meetings take place between key assessors within the organisation. At these meetings, selected assessments are checked to ensure that the requirements of the corresponding units of competency are addressed. These meetings examine the process of assessment (timing, sequencing, instructions to students) and the alignment between the assessment tasks and the criteria within each unit.
Delivery and Assessment Arrangements Delivery
The Diploma of TESOL program is delivered through a blended learning approach. Students can choose to attend an exciting and highly interactive optional 5 day in- class foundation course in addition to the self-paced private learning. Help will also be given to students to organise their Teaching Practicum.
The program is self-paced with flexible entry, study timetables and assessment submissions, allowing students to complete their studies in a time frame that suits them best. Student learning resource manuals are provided and at the Diploma level there is also an expected commitment to personal research via the Internet and personal reading.
Assessment
Students are assessed in a Competency Based Training mode and must satisfactorily complete all assessment items to be rated as competent in a unit.
Participants will be informed at the commencement of the course of the types of assessments they must complete during the course.
Theory or written assessments are submitted to head office in Brisbane either by email or post. They are marked by experienced TESOL trainers and assessors and returned to students with constructive feedback comments.
There are no set time limits for the completion of individual assessments, however, submission of all assessments are valid for three years from the date of registration.
Reading Students should read the NRC Student Handbook, Section 7
“Course information‟ and Section 8 “Flexible learning and Assessment procedures‟ upon enrolment. Then read through the TESOL Trainers Manual prior to attending the
optional 5 day in-class foundation course or before attempting any written assessments.
Separate student resource books are also available for the Certificate IV in TESOL unit 23B; and the Diploma of TESOL units 14B, 15B, 16B, 17B, and 18B. In addition, students are encouraged to read appropriate ESOL text books and browse ESOL web sites on the Internet.
“Useful websites‟ and a “Book list‟ for recommended reading is available for students in the “Teacher Resources” section of the ATA website.
Core TESOL Unit Assessment  Students must successfully complete all assessments in the
13 units of competency for the Diploma of
TESOL, as well as a Job Placement component. Assessments will include multiple choice quizzes, short written answers and essays, and other tasks to cover
the theory requirements of the program. In addition, researching and developing learning activities and resources, and the preparation of lesson plans, will allow
students to demonstrate application of their theoretical knowledge. A practical component is required as part of the research unit (TESIRT509) and also as part of the Job Placement component.
5 day in-class Foundation Course ( Optional ) The 5 day in-class foundation course is a great way to become familiar with the content and context of TESOL. Although it is not compulsory, it is highly recommended that students include this mode of learning in their learning program.
It is an intensive foundation to TESOL methodology and the principles of second language acquisition, and includes essential TESOL components such as: approaches and techniques; lesson planning; the development of learning activities; and an introduction to the four language skills. In addition, it presents an exciting opportunity to plan, prepare and deliver a 15 minute presentation lesson.
Students will be guided through these activities step by step in a stimulating yet comfortable learning environment by one of our well qualified and highly experienced TESOL trainers.
Whilst it is beneficial to complete this foundation course prior to starting the written assessments, students may choose to attend any one of the courses around Australia that suits their location and learning schedule.
Teaching Practicum Students have the option to organise their own 24-hour Teaching Practicum to complete the practical requirements for the Diploma. Alternatively, students will have the option to participate in Teaching Practicums arranged by ATA. See Section 9 for more details.
Whilst it is beneficial to complete this foundation course prior to starting the written assessments, students may choose to attend any one of the courses around Australia that suits their location and learning schedule.

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