Accellier is the provider of choice for thousands of people and hundreds of organisations in Australia and around the world. Under our former name SAVE Training, we built a solid foundation on which Accellier now stands, embodying almost 10 years of service to Australia’s Tertiary and Vocational Education Sector. As a testament to this, since our inception in 2010 we have spent only a few thousand dollars on advertising. Our clients are almost entirely referred from our happy graduates and business customers.

Accellier is the trading name of SAVE Training Pty Ltd and is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 32395) that offers a range of nationally recognised courses in education and business Australia wide through our online and face to face courses.

Our mission is to enhance people’s value through excellence in service and learning outcomes.


TAESS00028 Work Skill Instructor Skill Set

This skill set is the latest incarnation of the superseded TAESS00014 Enterprise Trainer – Presenting Skill Set.

It’s a perfect entry point into the world of teaching adults in Vocational Education and Training (VET) such as a TAFE or other Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

Often people do this skill set before completing a full TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment because:

  • It certifies them to teach under supervision at a TAFE or RTO; and
  • Both the units in this skill set provide credit toward the full Cert IV.

The full Certificate IV in Training and Assessment is much easier to complete when you hold this skill set and have started work teaching at TAFE or an RTO.

The skill set includes the following two units of competency:

  • TAEDEL311 Provide work skill instruction
  • TAEPDD401 Work effectively in the VET sector

In a nutshell, these units equip you with the skills necessary to deliver basic work-related training sessions to adults, and navigate the complex vocational education sector effectively.

Your ability to deliver excellent training begins with your choice to receive the highest standard of education from an RTO who is truly passionate about supporting people on their journey to becoming remarkable trainers and assessors.

The Work Skill Instructor Skill Set is an excellent way to ‘get your foot in the door’ of training organisations, such as TAFE, training under supervision whilst undertaking your Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, reach out to our team to discuss further.


Course Pricing

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A practical, fully supported, self-paced online course with regular live tutorial sessions.

Duration: up to 6 months to complete, however many participants complete this skill set in a matter of weeks, even over a few days if they are already experienced.

Face to Face

Interactive and engaging face to face workshops covering the practical areas of the course.

Duration: 2 day practical workshop

Contact us for information on our current Face to Face schedule

To complete the course you will be required to undertake a range of projects and practical tasks, observations, written activities and interviews. We’ll work with you to help you develop the knowledge and skills to be successful, as well as give you a broad toolkit of templates and examples to work from.

Major assessment activities include:

Delivering training sessions to groups

To ensure you’re a capable trainer, we need to observe you training people. If you’re doing the course online you’ll be able to use our e-learning app to easily create and send us videos. If you do one of our face-to-face workshops you may be able to complete parts of this in the group.

Regardless of how and where you do our course, you will be required to deliver a number of training sessions. The minimum requirement for this is a 20 minute session delivered to a group of people.

The training can be based on any vocational outcome of your choice. Typically people do the sessions based on their industry background. This will also include the creation of lesson plans, gathering feedback from your students and reflecting on your performance.

Facilitating learning for individuals in the workplace

While the previous section is about training groups (typically in a class-room kind of setting) this part of the course is about facilitating learning with individuals on the job. You will identify a basic learning outcome for two people, create a plan to help them achieve that outcome, then facilitate the process of them achieving it. After that you’ll gather feedback from your learners and write a basic report. We’ll also observe you facilitating learning for parts of the process. If doing it online you can simply record short videos as you go, using our e-learning app.


You will be required to record a number of videos, or participate in online video calls. The number of videos may be reduced by doing parts of the course face-to-face. Our e-learning app allows you to do this quite easily.

We know, videos can sometimes feel a little ‘cringey’ and nerve-wracking but most people who want to grow and develop their skills as a trainer will find that it’s actually a highly valuable experience for developing skills. How can we assess your skills as a trainer, and help you become an amazing trainer if we cannot see you?

Our assessors are extremely discreet, professional and respectful – our feedback is never ever destructive or negative. You will be praised on the things you do well and given valuable advice on what you can try to improve.

Most people who are new to the world of Training and Assessment take 6 months.

There are many exceptions though. For example, we have had industry-experienced people already working within the VET sector finish it in a matter of weeks because they have some RPL as well as well as a range of experience to draw on.

It is difficult to provide a more accurate time-frame without knowing more about you. You are most welcome to call us on (02) 5616 0111 for an obligation-free for a discussion about your needs, we will then be able to provide you with a more accurate time-frame.

For the most efficient pathway, 10+ hours per week is ideal. However if you want to put in just a couple of hours per week and ‘chip away’ at it over a few months, that’s okay too.

There are two sections we want you to read, understand and be comfortable with before enrolling with us:

  1. The Important Enrolment Information section – a combination of a client handbook and general terms and conditions which apply to all courses.
  2. The information below which includes entry requirements specific to this course.

To enrol into a Training and Assessment qualification with Accellier you must:

  • Have a good English language and literacy skills sufficient to undertake study at Certificate IV level.
  • Have access to a training organisation and real students to practice your skills and be assessed in.
  • Be able to demonstrate vocational competency in your proposed teaching and assessing area (Vocational competency is defined as broad industry knowledge and experience, e.g., having industry experience or holding a relevant qualification).
  • Have some basic computer skills – most importantly, the ability organise and manage your files and documents, edit documents, research information on the internet, install and use apps, record video on your phone/iPad or similar.
  • Have regular access to a computer with a reliable broadband Internet connection (there is a lot of video and audio material in the course, so having a good download speed and allowance is recommended)
  • Be capable of self-motivation, time management and creative problem solving.
  • Have a positive attitude and willingness to learn – you understand that learning anything worthwhile can be a challenge and you’re ready for that challenge.
  • Bring a laptop if completing face-to-face training.

Your computer or laptop (this is just a rough guide) should be reasonably modern and you should have an up to date web browser such as Firefox or Google Chrome. It will need to have a word-processing application such as Microsoft Word or access to Google Docs. Generally speaking if you can see and hear YouTube-style videos then you’ll be able to take full advantage of our resources.