Our Training & Assessment Process
Mode of Delivery
MTC Australia delivers courses through classroom-based mode. Students are provided with the necessary training, assessment and reference materials for each unit of competency.
Assessment tasks may be conducted in class, in a simulated workplace, or on-the-job based on the requirements of the qualification. MTC Australia assessment tools are customised to meet the needs of their clients.
MTC Australia employs qualified trainers/assessors who are industry/subject matter experts and are capable of delivering high quality training to all students. All trainers/assessors have an obligation to maintain currency of their knowledge and skills annually to continue delivering training and assessment activities of our students.
Our students are provided dedicated learning resources on commencement of their training. These resources are specifically designed to ensure all students gain indepth knowledge of the subject, and assist in completion of the required assessment tasks.
MTC Australia provides a structured Training Plan to all enrolled students for any qualification offered under the government subsidised Smart and Skilled training. This will be provided at the commencement of your training.
A Training Plan outlines the training requirements and includes the following (but not limited to):
- details of the Units of Competency (UOC) to be completed
- the time-frame for achieving each unit of competency including start date and end date of each UOC
- mode of training delivery for each UOC
- method of assessment for each UOC