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RECORD AND DOCUMENT COMMUNITY HISTORY AHCILM404A is now available to be taught Australia wide.
It comprises three workshops with assessments to be completed.
Practical tasks to be completed to gain the qualification include:
Course costs will be determined by the organisation hosting the training.
Trainees or participants who complete the three workshops, an interview and their assessment workbooks will be awarded their certificate issued by the Goolarri Media Enterprises (GME) Registered Training Organisation No.51278.[i]
Recognition of prior learning
If you have completed other oral history courses, workshops or interviews you can apply for recognition of prior learning' (RPL). RPL is a way of using your existing skills, knowledge and experience to gain your formal qualification. You will be required to meet the performance criteria for the unit of competency Record and Document Community History AHCILM404A.
The cost : $180 no GST applicable
Qualifications required to teach
To teach the accredited oral history course trainers must hold the following qualifications:
A Diploma of Teaching or Bachelor of Education provides you with the skills to teach adults but does not give you the correct credentials to teach, train and assess within Australia's Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.
For further details and advice how to proceed contact
Elaine Rabbitt firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 0439985229
Having your knowledge and expertise recognised professionally and gaining the certification is a stepping stone for further learning and possible employment opportunities to teach the accredited course\
[i]Rabbitt, Elaine (2015, June), Record and Document Community History: A nationally accredited oral history training course. GME Broome, Western Australia
Photo Jodi Nerdoff, a graduate of the nationally
accredited oral history program.