The Certificate in Training and Assessment is designed to give you the skills and knowledge you need to be an employer of choice for companies and organisations. It is a continuing course that is broken up into three modules that will afford you the information you need to compete in this competitive industry.
The first module of the program looks at Electronic Work Arrangements (EWA) under the Employment Agreements Regulations 2020. It provides you with the skills and knowledge to help you negotiate EWA contracts in general. This module will also help you to identify issues such as local employment law in your specific company and the legal implications of breaches of contract and whether these breaches are enforceable.
The second module of the cert iv training and assessment will give you the skills and knowledge to prepare yourself for the Certifications, ETA Examination and the Auctus Enrolment System. This will help you prepare for the ETA examination and the Annual Technical Requirements.
The third module will focus on the Auctus Enrolment System. The Auctus Enrolment System will help you to create a profile of potential candidates, login information from those profiles and help manage and schedule the patterns. This module will give you the skills and knowledge you need to teach the Auctus skills modules.
To become a Qualified Trainer, the Certificate in Training and Assessment program requires that you have completed a four-year course with at least 1,000 CEU’s. The curriculum is taught using both traditional classroom-based learning and an online training format.
Many companies, however, are concerned about the strict regulations under the Employment Relations Authority (ERA). Because of this concern, many companies are looking at the option of hiring CEU’through their recruitment partners. For these organisations, CEU’s are a lower cost option than their more traditional methods of CEU’s.
Under the ERA, employers are only permitted to use CEU’s that meet specific minimum standards. It is important to note that if an employer does find themselves in a situation where they have to train an employee in the use of CEU’s they must make sure that they have received the correct CEU’s from their training partner.
Under the ERA, employers are required to document all teaching and training courses they offer, including CEU’s that are provided to their employees. As part of your certification program, you will be expected to submit a summary of all completed training and teaching activities along with a comprehensive evaluation report. If you are in a situation where your employer has to train you, it is essential to perform your research and ensure that you have all the correct CEU’s on hand.
The ETA ensures that employers can teach these courses, which includes the ability to do so on an ongoing basis. This is helpful for companies who need to meet their CEU requirements for a significant period, such as over two years. This makes it easier for businesses to remain compliant with the requirements of the Employment Relations Act.
The cert iv training and assessment program is also an example of how a training provider can provide ongoing training that helps employers stay compliant with the ESA and still benefit their staff. With the advancements in technology in the workplace, companies need to know how to leverage technology to their advantage. A training provider can take this technology and teach employers how to use it to their advantage.
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