The Auctus TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment is the result of the continuing coursework for the most demanding and complex of all examinations administered by the Professional Standards Department of an A+ examination preparation service. The course is expected to cover a comprehensive range of topics including business concepts, English language and literature, human anatomy, legal systems, physics, mathematics, general science, human behaviour, grammar, logic, communication, management and organisational structure.
In this first phase of the course, students learn about the skills necessary to administer examinations and manage them well. It is also emphasised that they need to think, organise, and research correctly. They need to be able to analyse and reason about many different types of data. They need to evaluate the data and then make the best of the available knowledge and use it to come up with a practical decision.
The second part of the course emphasises the importance of developing an interdisciplinary approach to business. It will also help students to design and implement a project that reflects an area of specialised study. In the third aspect of the course, students focus on the ways of effectively communicating academic concepts and how to teach them successfully to people in the business environment.
The last part of the course focuses on assessment. Students learn how to assess business processes and turn that assessment into knowledge that can be used in real-world situations to make decisions and prevent or detect problems before they happen.
Students in Auctus TAE40116 take both written and practical tests. The tests cover core areas like mathematics, grammar, communication, communication theory, business, human anatomy, English language and literature, personal and organisational behaviour, physics, biology, general science, logic, planning, testing, management and organisational structure.
Since the courses in Certificate IV in Training and Assessment are taught in a highly structured format, the first thing that happens in a typical session is that students get to know the subject matter covered, what course materials are available, and the expectations of the course. The first lesson or section is usually devoted to examining the syllabus and to exploring the basis of the material covered in the curriculum. The second lesson includes a discussion about the material covered in the first lesson and a review of some of the key concepts covered in the first lesson.
The next section includes a review of some of the key concepts covered in the first lesson and the course. The final experience usually contains the assessment sections. Some classes have a last assessment section or a discussion.
Assessment is the part of the TAE course that covers all the topics. The evaluation usually consists of a series of tests where students demonstrate their mastery of the concepts covered in the class. This assessment consists of two parts. First, students are evaluated on how they understood the ideas in the course and secondly; they are assessed on how well they have applied those concepts.
The second part of the course uses a set of discussion boards for a wide variety of discussions, mostly on current issues and controversies in the field of business. These discussions may include both textual and non-textual sources. The studies are usually beneficial to students as they are allowed to participate in the discussions and ask questions of the experts in the field.