A competency based training program focused on developing the PNG TVET sector


  • Main Campus
  • Islands Regional Training Center (Kokopo)
  • Northern Regional Training Center (Madang
  • Highlands Regional Training Center (MT. Hagen)

Registered Training Organization No.186

Qualification Description

This qualification is the second of five levels of training and assessment (TAA) qualifications in PNG. It has units of competencies describing the skillsets of an assessor and instructor.

These units contain the performance standards for facilitating group and individual learning and for assessing competence.

Training Outcome

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Facilitate or deliver training to a group
  • Facilitate individual learning and development
  • Conduct competency based training

Target group

This qualification is aimed at those who deliver training and or those who want to pursue a career in training and assessment.


Those intending to take this qualification must satisfy the following:

  • Employer’s & supervisor’s endorsement
  • Currently involved in or have some experience in training delivery
  • Possession of TOT certificate or equivalent is an advantage


The qualification will be delivered using competency-based training and assessment approaches. It will involve face to face sessions using participatory and experiential learning methods.

Learning activities contain simulated or work related tasks to ensure that the competencies gained are practical and immediately applicable.

The program duration is 15 days contact time with a minimum of 1 month workplace assessment.

The qualification can be delivered as a whole program or tailored to meet client needs.


Assessment is evidence-based. A portfolio of evidence collected from both the workplace and training room will be used to assess competency. Participants will be required to demonstrate the skills, knowledge-based questions, or participating in presentations or role-plays.

They can liaise with the assessor on the method to use and which evidences to collect. Rules of evidence and principles assessment apply.

Workplace Visit


This is an important part of the training. It is important that you seek your supervisor’s assistance for the workplace assessment. At the workplace, the assessor will:


  • Make observation
  • Conduct interview
  • Do a job role checklist
  • Collect portfolio of role/task evidence
  • Collect 3rd part report




A statement of attainment is awarded for satisfactorily completing a unit or a set of units in a qualification. An NQF Level 2 Certificate is awarded for successfully fulfilling the requirements of the whole qualification.


Training Evaluation


 To measure impact of this training, you will participate in 5-step Evaluation process.


  • Pre-program – Before the program delivery
  • Reaction and learning evaluation –  mid or after delivery
  • Workplace evaluation – transfer of skills at the workplace
  • Evidence evaluation – Measuring the impact of training & feedback


National Qualification Framework (NQF)


Our training and assessment qualifications align with the National Qualification Framework. The national qualifications are based on units of competencies. The units of competencies are grouped together to create a training program like this one


The Public Sector Training Package is structured into generic and specialist qualifications in government


National Certificate 2 in Government


National Certificate 3 in Government


National Certificate 4 in Government


National Diploma of Government


National Advance Diploma of Government

DURATION: 3 weeks
COURSE FEE: K 1,800.00


Our fees are structured at an affordable rate in vocational training. The rate per unit is charged according to the hours or days of each unit delivery. Fees can also be arranged for a semester delivery.

For further information please contact the Marketing Office on Phone 303 06453030600 Or
the Student Admin office on Phone 303 0622303 0624

Email: pilag.marketing@gmail.com