Mark Mossuto currently facilitates and coordinates RMIT’s Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and looks after the development of customised commercial training.
Training and assessment in any field is about making that training meaningful, purposeful and useful to those in front of you, so the contextualisation of training allows us to put meaning into what we do – relevance is the key.
Mark Mossuto started his teaching career back in 1998 after a long and distinguished career in advertising. He took up a teaching role in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector in which he taught advertising and marketing. From there, Mark began postgraduate studies in adult learning, gaining a Masters qualification in 2006, which has now translated into PhD studies within the area of pedagogical practice within the VET sector.
He has had extensive experience in the development and delivery of learning materials, learning activities and contextualised assessments in VET environments, as well as in postgraduate education where he has developed and delivered course materials and assessments in the field of education for adult learners.
Mark was a Teaching and Learning coordinator within RMIT University, assisting staff to develop their practice and create materials that reflected contextualised, industry-relevant learning. He currently facilitates and coordinates RMIT’s Certificate IV Training and Assessment and looks after the development of customised commercial training for both the Certificate IV and the Diploma of Vocational Education and Training and Training Design and Development.