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Getting Started: Units

 Related Feature: Units

A Unit is the set of details and standards regarding a specific module or subject of a Course.  Units in Wisenet must belong to a specific Course.

Benefits

  • Reduces risk of errors, duplications
  • Single Entry
  • Customisation to suit Organisation

 How does it work?

Note:

Learners are always enrolled into a Course Offer that contain Unit Offers. DO NOT enroll Learners into a Unit.

Setting up Units needs to be completed in conjunction with setting up a Course

Check the details of your Courses and Units with requirements and information from training.gov.au

Once your Units have been imported into Wisenet they need to be edited for compliance and reporting purposes. If they are not edited before Unit Offers are created any missing or incorrect information will be transferred down.

Short Courses and Single Unit delivery

How to Check and Edit Course and Unit details

Unit Field Guidelines

If Wisenet cannot import Units for you such as delivering Non-Accredited Courses and/or Short Courses you can still add Units manually.

How to Add, Edit and Tag Units

For compliance purposes, it is essential that only Staff members that are approved to deliver certain Units are linked to those Units; especially for Accredited Courses. This allows you to produce an accurate Staff Skills Matrix for audit purposes. Staff can be approved to deliver all or a selection of Units attached to a Course.

How to link Staff to Units

Once all the details of your Units have been updated they still require managing. Some details of your Units may require updating for any compliance changes and this can be managed through creating Checklists and Tasks.

How to create Unit Checklist

Tasks can be used to set reminders and key responsibilities around processes.

Tasks

Logbooks can also be used as a record of Moderation and Validation against Courses

Logbook

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