Training Pathways

Guest Building Learning offers flexible options for your learning to suit business lifestyles and preferred learning styles, meeting the needs of individual learners and complying with workplace planning issues for companies.

How do I know which option to choose?

Before undertaking a qualification please discuss your options with Guest Building Learning qualified trainers.

Flexible Pathways

Pathway 1-Training & Assessment

Classroom Based

This pathway is recommended for new learners, participants who have limited relevant experience or for participants who enjoy the opportunity to learn new skills. This learning process is combination of classroom based plus self-paced, where participants receive all the necessary learning and assessment resources and attend classes as per scheduled times, (also supported by phone and email contact). You work at your own pace completing all necessary learning and assessment activities. Learning methods involve participant reading and research, along with the completion of individual activities, projects, and case studies.

Workshop Presentations

Participants can attend workshops, which include trainer presentations and facilitation, individual and group activities, case studies, and skill practice scenarios.

Training can be provided in alternative locations for groups of 5 or more participants.

 

 

Pathway 2-Assessment & Gap Training

If you are experienced in some of the knowledge areas (competencies), you may apply for Recognition in these competencies, and complete the remaining competencies by training and assessment.

 

Pathway 3-Assessment Only

These pathways are for experienced participants to demonstrate their skills and knowledge to gain a formal qualification. Recognition of prior learning (RPL) and current competency (RCC) are the assessment options. The main focus of Recognition is to value already learned skills and apply that to the competency’s framework.

This is a single mode of assessment. There is no training and the candidate is required to provide current, quality evidence to demonstrate competency. Participants will receive a transcript of completed competencies, which may result in a full qualification, or a Statement of Attainment in partial recognition, being issued.