• Dionne, Taxi Industry
    May 8, 2012

    At Short Notice

    Thanks for all your efforts with the ACSF workshops for the taxi industry. Your flexible approach to the project and your ability to develop and deliver the workshops at short notice was really appreciated. The workshop learning environment was positive and supportive. The workshop provided a useful overview of the ACSF. Activities involved in determining ACSF levels helped to develop the concept of the progression of skill levels. Thanks again for the work you have done.
  • Robyn, Hospitality Industry
    Apr 18, 2012


    The workshop was lots of fun (I mean work) and very worthwhile.
  • Anastasia Fidow
    May 7, 2012

    Tailored Delivery

    Thank you for tailoring your delivery to meet the diverse needs of our company. I found your flexible and holistic approach motivating. Your wealth of knowledge and innovative ideas to implement ACSF was well received as one year later we have actively embedded the ACSF into much of our processes across our entities – we recognised the value to our staff and clients and we implemented it. Thanks again for your support and guidance.

Latest News

So TAELLN411 is now a core TAE40116 unit—what are the implications for trainers and assessors?


Must trainers and assessors attain TAELLN411?

The answer is, 'no'.  In fact, it has never been—nor is it now (as yet)—mandatory for qualified trainers and assessors to add TAELLN401 or 411 to their list of units held.

Currently the VET world is waiting for an announcement from COAG with information about whether or not trainers and assessors who are already qualified will need to 'upgrade' their qualification to meet requirements of the new—and tougher—TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

But if your question is:  Should trainers and assessors attain TAELLN411?

In our opinion, the answer is a resounding 'yes'!  This unit—if delivered by a reputable RTO—is fabulous professional development for trainers and assessors working in any industry.  I know that completing this unit has certainly made me a better trainer, because:

·         I am now far more aware of the foundation skills (including LLN) that my students need if they are to successfully complete my programs

·         I'm better at being able to uncover and isolate foundation skills and explicitly teach these as I teach workplace skills

·         It exposed me to endless possibilities and opportunities to keep learning how to address LLN skills in my vocational training... and I'm still learning!

Completing TAELLN411 is a fabulous way to get started building a realisation that LLN is everyone's challenge, and we can make a positive difference to our students' lives, even if we only work with them for a short time.


Training completion rate declines for young people

Media release : 27 August 2015                      

Lower proportions of training qualifications are being completed by young people, with the overall completion rate of students aged 25 years and under declining 5.9 percentage points, according to the latest data. Published annually by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), The likelihood of completing a government-funded VET program 2009-13 shows the completion rate for all government-funded training programs started in 2013 decreased to 34%, down from 36% for programs started in 2012.





At MW Training our student completion rate is 88 Percent!!! Nearly 3 times better than the national average!!! 


Why not travel and work at the same time the MW Tesol course (teaching english to speakers of other languages) might be for you. The course can be completed in under 12 months and off you go! 




TAELLN411 Professional Development Workshop

Do you want to gain the TAELLN411 from an LLN practitioner who has over 25 years of LLN experience and 20 years as a literacy RTO?

Then call us now.

Do you want someone who is developing the foundation skills statements for training packages?

Do you want someone who has developed LLN and prevocational resources for your industry.


Foundation Skills FSK

MW Training Consultants (parent company of Teach2Learn) is running workshops on how to teach FSK skills using Teach2Learn resources.

Workshops can be at your place of business or at our headquarters in Redcliffe QLD, and are taken by Robyn Nutt who has twenty five years experience in education, professional development of staff and LLN consultancy.

ACPET Foundation Skills Series for RTOs

Advance your Career
RTO staff come from a wide range of industry backgrounds with varying levels of foundation skills knowledge. Under the National Foundation Skills Strategy for Adults, the Australian Government is supporting the enhanced delivery of these skills across the national training sector.

The series runs from October 2014 through to June 2016.

Click HERE for more information.