TAA/TAE eLearning competencies - yum eLearning - Online training delivery
Since 2000 Yum have provide formal and informal professional development to training practitioners keen to establish eLearning skills to apply in their work. Formal training is delivered using the eLearnng competencies from the which superseded Diploma of Training and Assessment (TAA and TAE). Based on a Design - Develop - Delver model, learners were encouraged to establish a workplace project that reflected the abilities of their learners and their organisations capacity to support flexible delivery of training. Learners worked through a variety of concepts critical to a current understanding of eLearning in the development of their project including What is eLearning, Blended Learning, instructional design, Social Learning, Facilitation and Moderation skills, Rapid eLearning, Learner Management systems, Evaluation and Continuous Improvement.
Features of the program delivered by Yum's eLearning director Michael Gwyther included:
Fully online course delivery using webinar for facilitated workshops. Regular peer based activity to build learner community and industry knowledge. Learning Management for self paced resources and assessment Individual project designed to embed eLearning into the learner’s workplace context Peer Review of assessment and final individual group project.
Individual progress consultation interview.
As well as a public fee for service delivery, Yum delivered this training to variety of organisations including:
Sydney West Area Health Service
Hunter Area Health Service
Grampians Rural Health Alliance
Learn Local Centre for Adult Education