A Registered Training Organisation (RTO) is a company that is registered to deliver nationally recognised qualifications. RTO's have to meet criteria defined in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015 and are audited against the criteria regularly.
A Training Package is a set of nationally endorsed competency standards, qualifications and assessment guidelines for a specific industry, industry sector or enterprise: When you obtain a qualification from a training package, the qualification is recognised around Australia.
A nationally recognised qualification is recognised in all states and territories. They are identified by the 'Nationally Recognised Training' logo.
The Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015 that guide the activities of Registered Training Organisations (RTOs). RTOs are audited against the standards covering all aspects of their business from learning and assessment, to processes for recordkeeping, staff qualifications, financial processes and privacy.
Mixed mode delivery simply means that you undertake learning via a combination of delivery methods. This might include classroom based training, mixed with self paced learning, computer based learning, on job learning, tutorials, research, workbooks or similar.
Yes. Providing you achieve competency, you will be awarded a qualification plus an academic transcript which lists all of the units you have completed and the result.
We measure your results in terms of competent or not yet competent. There is no pass or fail. You are either competent (ie you have the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to perform a task or function) or you are not yet competent (ie. Further training is required).
No. Most companies will offer a recognition of prior learning (RPL) option.
Vocational training is open to people of all ages.
Training companies are commercial businesses and can set their own fees for courses. Fees are usually reflective of venues, amount of classroom based training and other variables such as resources provided.
However, where the course is offered under a funded arrangement, the participant fee is the same regardless of the company you choose.
The competency standards used and the qualification issued means the same thing regardless of the company you choose. What might differ are:
Competency means that you have the appropriate combination of skills, knowledge and attitudes required to undertake a particular task or function.
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This depends on the nature of the government funding. Some programs, such as new apprenticeships, have specific eligibility requirements based on how long you have been in employment and similar. For more information contact the Department of Education and Training, Student Enquiry Line 1800 020 108.
Check with us for specific advice regarding the funding that applies to courses.
Complaints regarding training companies should be directed in the first instance to the training company concerned to allow them to respond and possibly address your concerns. Alternatively, you might wish to contact the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) http://www.asqa.gov.au/complaints/complaints.html
The National Training Complaints Hotline is a joint initiative between the Commonwealth, the state and territory governments.
Anyone with a complaint or query about the training sector now has one number to call, so they can report a complaint and have it referred to the right authority for consideration.
Consumers can register a complaint with the National Training Complaints Hotline by phone: 13 38 73 (please select option 4), Monday to Friday, 8 am to 6 pm nationally. https://www.education.gov.au/NTCH
Of course you can. However, if you are enrolling as a trainee or apprentice, you should discuss selection of the training company with your employer. They may already have arrangements in place with a specific company
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