TAESS00014 Enterprise Trainer - Presenting Skill Set

Entry Requirements

  • Active Surf Life Saving Queensland (SLSQ) Club members with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in Surf Life Saving and who has held the qualification they wish to train or assess for a minimum of 12 months and are currently proficient.
  • Minimum age is 16 years of age
  • Each participant will need to be endorsed by their Club and gain approval from their club management committee/ board to undergo this training
  • As per SLSQ Direct Supervision Model, each Participant will need to have a Mentor who holds the current Training and Assessment qualification or relevant skill set.  The Mentor will need to sign the SLSQ Mentorship agreement and a copy sent to Membership Training Manager.
  • Participants are required to hold intermediate digital literacy skills to complete the Online component of the course (computers and use of programs) are required. Learners are expected to have computer skills and knowledge of how to produce word processed documents, develop PowerPoint presentations, use the Internet for research and upload videos using the Canvas Student App on their phone. At a minimum, the ability to use our user-friendly learning management system, CANVAS to access all their learning resources and assessments.
  • A minimum of a Year 10 English skill is required.   Participants are expected to have effective written, comprehension and spoken communication abilities within a familiar and some unfamiliar contexts to manage the reading, oral work and writing required in this course.
  • Participants should have an average of 10 hours per week to dedicate to completion of this course.


On successfully completing the skill set, participants will be issued a certificate for TAESS00014 Enterprise Trainer-Presenting Skill Set including the following units of competencies:

  • BSBCMM401 Make a presentation
  • TAEDEL301 Provide work skill instruction

Who Should Participate?

This skill set is designed for people who train under supervision, accredited and non-accredited training where the Trainer coaches’ individuals and facilitates small group sessions.

These units provide credit towards one of the elective units for the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

Mode of Delivery


We have developed a blended and flexible course to allow self-paced learning at your convenience.  You will have access to variety of educational resources through our online learning platform, CANVAS. This will include learning manuals, PowerPoints, videos and learning activities.  A Course Coach will be available to answer any questions or concerns you may have through email, phone calls and webinars.

Summative assessments are also accessed through CANVAS, however will only be accessible once learning resources are read and learning activities have been completed.  This will ensure a learning progression has occurred. All assessment will be completed and uploaded into CANVAS where your assessor will mark and provide feedback.  Assessment requirement of this course includes 3 training deliveries you will need to carry out utilising your members in your Club.  Two of these deliveries will need to be videoed and uploaded into CANVAS


As part of your learning component of this skill set, you will be required to assist your Mentor in organising, planning and delivering a full PUA20119 Certificate II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue)

Assessment requirement of this course includes 3 training deliveries you will need to carry out utilising your members in your Club.  Two of these deliveries will need to be videoed and uploaded into CANVAS.  The third delivery will need to completed in your Club under supervision of your Mentor.


You can opt to complete a 2 day face-to-face delivery session as part of your course.  You will have access to learning material through CANVAS and will be required to complete all the learning modules before the training session.  The Trainer will facilitate key information sessions and carry out 2 practical assessments.

Assessment Requirement

The assessment requirements of this skill set involve:

  • Knowledge and reflective questions
  • Presentation of 3 training session

Session 1 is a training session to an individual.

Session 2 is another training session to a small group.

Session 3 requires you to carry out this delivery to a small group of 3 or more in your Club.  You are required to have an approved mentor to observe your presentation and complete a TAE Third-Party Report and the SLSQ TAF.

Course Fees

This course is complimentary for SLSQ Members. However, clubs will be invoiced for any non-completions.

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