ICT Trainer analyses and evaluates the needs and objectives of information-based system training, and then create, arranges and delivers ICT-based system training programs and courses.
ICT Trainers ANZSCO 223211
Level 1 or Equivalent
Skills Assessment Authority
ACS (Australian Computer Society)
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Unit Group: 2232
An ICT Trainer’s role is to assess and evaluate information-based system training needs and objectives, as well as to plan, arrange, and deliver ICT-based system training programs and courses.
The majority of professions in this unit category need a level of expertise equivalent to a bachelor’s degree or more. For the formal qualification, at least five years of relevant experience and/or equivalent vendor certification may be substituted. In some cases, in addition to the official qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1), appropriate experience and/or on-the-job training may be necessary.
- IELTS result with a minimum score of 6 in writing, listening, reading), 7 in speaking, and 7 overall.
- OET result with a minimum grade B in all sections.
- TOEFL iBT with a minimum score of 12 in listening, 13 in reading, 21 in writing, 23 in speaking, and overall 93.
- PTE Academic with a min score of 50 in (writing, reading, listening), 65 in speaking, and 65 overall.
Tasks to Perform
- Setting goals for human resource development and assessing learning outcomes.
- Liaison with outside training providers to arrange for the implementation of specified training and development programs.
- Promoting internal and external training and development, as well as assessing the effectiveness of these promotional activities.
- Monitoring and assessing training quality and effectiveness continuously, as well as analyzing and adjusting training objectives, methodologies, and course deliverables.
- User training, tutorial and instruction manuals, online assistance, and operating and maintenance instructions are examples of end-user goods and resources.
- Designing, arranging, scheduling, and delivering ICT training and development programs in the form of individual and group teaching, as well as leading seminars, meetings, demos, and conferences.
- Assembling, studying, and researching background resources to get a thorough grasp of the ICT subject matter and systems.
- Keeping up with new product version releases, advancements in programming languages, application development software, and general information technology trends.
- Identifying people's and organizations' technical training needs and requirements.
- Creating instructional training materials and aids such as handbooks, visual aids, online tutorials, demonstration models, and accompanying training reference literature.
Occupation Lists and Related Core ICT Units
ICT trainers study and evaluate the needs and objectives of information-based system training, and then design, arrange and deliver ICT-based system training programs and courses. It covers all of the advanced-level subjects covered in ICT. Following are the occupation lists and related core ICT units:
On the Occupation Lists
- Combined Skilled Occupations List (STSOL MLTSSL)
- Medium Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)
- RSMS Occupations List (RSMSL)
Not on the Occupation Lists
- Labour Market Testing Required for 457 List (LMTL)
- Short-Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL)
Related Core ICT Units
Closely Related Core ICT Units
- Advanced level subjects in ICT
Additional Closely Related Core ICT Units
- Introductory ICT subjects
- Theory of education subjects
- Online training authoring systems
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– One Passport Size Photograph
– Bio Page of Identity Proof
– CV / Resume
– English Test Result Card
– Three Career Episodes
– Certificate of Degree
– Certified Academic Transcripts
– 3 Career Episodes
– Continual Professional Development (CPD) Report
– Summary Statement