This unit is not about re-inventing the wheel. It is more about finding the vehicles to put the wheels on, duplicating innovation, using the wheels to get traction.
Although this unit is a TAE training package unit, the context of this eBook is a work setting. Most of the research has be undertaken to find non-formal and informal industry-based learning opportunities for trainers and assessors to update their industry currency for BSB training package units. To make this unit relevant Trainers and Assessors, we will look at running an RTO as a business providing training products, and the trainers and assessors are both internal and external clients of the business.
However, the Core Skill for Work (CSfW), part of the foundation skills included in all VET qualifications, defines “The term ‘work’ is intended to be applicable not only to employment contexts, but also in education and training, and broader community contexts”. Skill are also transferable to “clients” in social settings, including “for purpose” (formally known as not-for-profit) organisation and sporting groups to extend the relevance outside the BSB training package products mentioned in this book.