ACTA TAE Holistic Review

We need as many AMEP and SEE teachers as possible to participate in the Town Halls described below to drive home the message that the VET Cert IV qualification is an inappropriate requirement for more highly qualified, specialist teachers of adult English language learners.

We need lots of teachers and lecturers to attend these meetings and add something to the Chat box or ask a question if there is an opportunity to do so.

This is one of those opportunities where numbers will count. Although ACTA is working hard on this matter, if it’s just a few people we won’t have an impact.

It would also be good to add specialist EAL/D insights into what should be in this qualification that better equips VET teachers to address their English and literacy needs of their students across the board, i.e. your colleagues in so-called “mainstream” courses.

TAE Holistic Review Public Town Halls

Join us for our upcoming TAE Holistic Review Public Town Halls. These sessions will cover an update on the TAE Holistic Review, an opportunity to voice your feedback and ask any questions you may have. A town hall session will be recorded and uploaded for on-demand viewing.

If you are interested in joining one of the TAE Holistic Review town halls, please register in 1 of these repeat sessions:

  • Friday 26 November 12:00 – 1:30pm AEDT: click here
  • Monday 29 November 4:00 – 5:30pm AEDT: click here
  • Tuesday 30 November 3:30 – 5pm AEDT: click here
  • Thursday 2 December 12:00 – 1:30pm AEDT: click here


Living TAE Holistic Review Issues Register 

To encourage feedback and promote transparency on changes proposed during the TAE Training and Education Training Package review, we have released an issues register on PwC’s Skills for Australia website. This is a living register which will be re-uploaded monthly to reflect the latest feedback and proposed changes from stakeholders.

To provide your feedback on an issue in the register, submit a new issue or provide your feedback on a specific training product, please complete this survey.


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