ITECA College – A career milestone for trainers

The ITECA College of Vocational Education and Training Professionals offers trainers, assessors and managers a respected credential and a new sense of belonging to a professional community.

Those admitted to the ITECA College of Vocational Education and Training Professionals as Certified Education Professionals (CEP) will hold a credential that clearly sets them apart from others in the sector. The CEP credential will act as a validator of their expertise as a trainer and assessor in their chosen discipline.

Importantly, the ITECA College of Vocational Education and Training Professionals bestows the post‐nominal of CEP that will provide immediate and visible recognition of what individuals have achieved, for example:

Joe Citizen CEP

This approach provides a way for others to clearly identify the individual as having the commitment to obtaining and maintaining their current education and experience that’s necessary to support the provision of quality training.

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The pathway to the CEP credential recognises that to be successful, individuals need to hold formal qualifications and experience not only as trainers and assessors, but also in the competency of their chosen discipline. On this basis, they will not only require a current qualification to meet ASQA’s and other regulators current requirements (e.g. TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or its successor) but also a qualification in their training discipline (e.g. building, nursing, business administration, et cetera).

The CEP credential also signifies that certified individuals have a commitment to continuing professional development, not only as trainers and assessors but also in their vocational discipline/s. This helps to validate the skills possessed by trainers reflect a level of current competency in their chosen vocational discipline/s.

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