QUALITY SOLUTIONS FOR RTOs
RTO Resources, Assessment Tools, and Strategies
We are one of the leading providers of quality RTO resources and course materials to the vocational education and training (VET) sector. Developed and reviewed by experienced compliance and academic consultants, our RTO resources, assessment tools and supporting materials are effective, economical, and are being successfully delivered in RTOs across Australia.
Expertly written Training and Assessment Strategies (TASs) for a range of packages (BSB, FNS, SIT, ICT, CHC, CPC etc.) provide the required structures and approaches to quality training, assessment, and industry consultation.
We have a proud history of compliance outcomes in both external and internal audits and offer a unique support guarantee to ensure that our clients continue to meet the regulatory and quality requirements.
OUR EXTENSIVE RANGE OF UNITS AND COURSE STRUCTURES
We specialise in Business Service (BSB), Financial Services (FNS), Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and Travel and Tourism (SIT) training packages. Explore the sample course structures in our courses section or select your own units from a range of units available across all these packages. We provide unique formats and easy to follow structures with custom branding and high-quality presentation of the materials and contents.
All our RTO resources and assessment tools are developed and reviewed by expert compliance consultants, and have successfully been through numerous internal and external audits all across Australia.
Our RTO resources and assessment tools are highly regarded and recognisable within the sector, and written with a great degree of detail and attention to provide the required academic rigor. Fully mapped to competency requirements, both, trainers and students, equally find our assessments easy to understand and follow for effective competency outcomes.
Training providers subject to an adverse regulatory decision have the right to have the decision reviewed. A provider may, in certain circumstances, apply to have ASQA itself reconsider its decision. Where available, providers can apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) to have ASQA’s decision reviewed. More information about review […]
ASQA’s 2017-18 Regulatory Strategy identified the implementation of stronger controls on new training providers entering the market as a key priority. ASQA receives approximately 500 applications for initial registration each year and on average, rejects around one in four applications for initial registration. To further protect the quality and reputation of the VET […]
ASQA’s Training Provider Briefings will return for a third year and be hosted at 13 metropolitan and regional locations across Australia. Two webcasts will also be held allowing those training providers who are unable to attend a briefing in-person to participate from anywhere in the world. The briefings will again […]
International education is estimated to represent Australia’s third largest export industry. While the majority of Australia’s international vocational education and training (VET) delivery is to international students based in Australia, the volume of VET delivery to offshore students has grown significantly over the past decade. Deloitte Access Economics (20151) estimated the value of […]
Completed student assessment items mean the actual piece(s) of work completed by a student or evidence of that work, including evidence collected for an RPL process. An assessor’s completed marking guide, criteria, and observation checklist for each student may be sufficient where it is not possible to retain the student’s […]
During 2016, ASQA developed and tested a new approach to audit with an increased focus on the student experience and the practices of RTOs. The initial implementation phase and evaluation of the new model has now concluded and ASQA is now preparing to fully implement the new model during 2017 (ASQA, […]