TLIL1001 Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures Digital RTO Resources
Order your TLIL1001 Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures RTO training resources now from one of Australia’s leading resource developers! This package includes the necessary training resources to help your RTO deliver training and assessments for the TLIL1001 unit as soon as possible.
These TLIL1001 RTO materials can be easily transferred to your LMS so you can get set up to enrol and train students ASAP.
Important: As with all training resources acquired from a third party, RTOs must validate, rectify, and map the resources to ensure they meet the unit requirements. These resources provided “as is, where is”. The RTO is responsible for contextualising the materials as they meet Assessment Requirements ONLY.
Our digital RTO materials packages typically come with the resources listed below. Actual product inclusions will vary depending on the product range.
- Learner Resources
- Assessment Tools
- PowerPoint Presentations
- Session Plans
- Access to Workplace Documents
- Mapping Documents
- Editable and Printable Resources
- Unlimited Student Licence
Please contact us for full unit samples or to enquire about the digital TLIL1001 RTO training materials package.
Digital TLIL1001 RTO Resources
Your new TLIL1001 digital RTO resources will come with a range of RTO training and assessment materials to help you deliver an amazing training experience to students. The digital TLIL1001 RTO resource bundle will be provided in an editable digital format and with an unlimited student licence.
The TLIL1001 RTO training materials bundle includes the following:
TLIL1001 Learner Resources
High-quality learner resources provide comprehensive course information, and can help you reduce resubmission attempts and the trainer support needed by students. Most of our unit RTO resources bundle include a learner guide with helpful content for students to study.
Please get in touch with us to check the full suite of RTO training and assessment materials included in your package.
TLIL1001 Assessment Tools
Our TLIL1001 RTO assessment tools will typically include assignments, practical observations, written questions, exams, third party verification, reports, and more. These RTO resources are designed to be used in blended training delivery, but they can also be adapted to suit a wide range of training delivery styles.
Access to Simulated Workplace Resources
You will get essential workplace documents such as templates, forms, policies and procedures, case studies and other documents required for students to finish the Complete workplace orientation/induction procedures unit.
TLIL1001 Mapping Document
These mapping document show where unit requirements are covered in the assessment tools. Remember to get a quality TLIL1001 RTO mapping document to help your RTO demonstrate compliance or conduct validation easier.
You will get a PowerPoint Presentation file to support your classroom or webinar delivery of this unit. Additionally, they can also be used to deliver supplementary reading content for your students
TLIL1001 Session Plan
The session plan outlines how the resources are designed to be used in the classroom, thus giving you a starting point to develop your very own training delivery plan
Unlimited Student Licence
Your digital TLIL1001 RTO training materials package will come with an unlimited student licence, enabling you to deliver training and assessments to any number of students without incurring ongoing licence fees. This is an important feature that can potentially help your RTO save thousands in fees.
Editable and Printable Resources
Your license model will allow your RTO to modify, rebrand, and contextualise these RTO training resources. You may also print any number of copies of your TLIL1001 RTO materials required for training and assessing your students. Your new training and assessment materials will be delivered in an easy-to-edit format and branded with your logo before being delivered.
Disclaimer: RTOs are responsible for validating, rectifying, and mapping the resources so that they meet the unit requirements. These resources, which are sold “as is, where is”, must be contextualised by the RTO as they meet Assessment Requirements ONLY.