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July 21, 2021 Update on the CHC Community Services (Children’s Education and Care) Training Package

The 2021 CHC Child Care and Education Support qualifications are published on training.gov.au, superseding the 2013 and 2015 versions.

There is a one-year teach-out period to give current students enrolled in the 2013 and 2015 courses enough time to complete their training. RTOs are highly encouraged to transition ahead of the deadline to avoid compliance issues once the deadline is up.

Keep reading to learn more about this latest update and what it means for your RTO.

 


April 20, 2021 Update on the CHC Community Services (Children’s Education and Care) Training Package

The updates to the CHC Community Services training package concerning Children’s Education and Care have been approved and will move forward. They will now be endorsed to the Ministers.

All the changes approved in the latest meeting include the deletion of Certificate IV in School Age Education and Care. The removal of prerequisites from two units in the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care and retaining of the proposed entry requirement to the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care.

The AISC has also agreed to the development of resources to support RTOs to undertake Recognition of Prior Learning for students with experience in the sector or other education-related qualifications who do not meet the entry requirement to the Diplomat of Childhood Education.

The Committee has already approved research to be commissioned to examine the impact of the Certificate III entry requirements on the Diploma on Diploma enrolment/completions over the next 18-24 months.

For those looking for the latest CHC qualifications, check out our product pages here:

Click here for the full AISC 20th April 2021 Communique

 


April 14, 2021 Update on the CHC Community Services (Children’s Education and Care) Training Package

The 2 qualifications from the CHC Community Services (Children’s Education and Care) training package which were not approved last February will be resubmitted for endorsement at the April 20th AISC meeting.

If the qualifications are approved, we can expect those to be published on training.gov.au within the next month or so.

See the full AISC meeting agenda here.

 


 

In the latest Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) Meeting held last 23 February 2021, the Committee, the Case Endorsement for the Children’s Education and Care update was not fully approved.

Out of the six qualifications sent for approval only four were approved and the two will be sent back to SkillsIQ for further revisions. The last two qualifications are planned to be resubmitted to the AISC for approval. If you’re looking for the full update on the latest AISC Meeting, read more here.

For those delivering training in the Early Childhood Education and Care sector, it’s pertinent to keep abreast of the latest in the training package. Read on to learn more about what the latest CHC training package update entails.

A quick overview of the Update to the Early Childhood Education and Care qualifications

The following qualifications and their associated 65 units of competency in the Children’s Education and Care Sector were up for review:

The AISC recently announced that the following qualifications are “in-principal approved” which means the Committee has signed off on the qualifications.

However, there were two qualifications that were not approved by the Committee and are subject to resubmission. These qualifications will be reviewed again by relevant stakeholders and the Industry Reference Committees (IRC) to meet the issues raised during the meeting.

The publication of the four approved qualifications will be delayed until the CHC50121 and CHC40121 qualifications are completed.

The AISC will consider meeting out of session to discuss the Early Childhood Education and Care update if required. The goal is to approve the two remaining qualifications so the training package can be endorsed and published on training.gov.au in a timely manner.

What does this mean for RTOs?

For now, the release of the latest CHC training package is put on hold. Those with the current training materials for the qualifications mentioned above and their related units of competency are still able to deliver training and be compliant with ASQA standards.

However, a lot of students are already holding off enrolling on the affected qualifications due to future upgrades. If your RTO wants to take advantage of the growing demand for the latest courses, they must act quickly and adapt to the changes just as fast.

The best thing for RTOs to do right now is to have a transition plan ready once the new qualifications are officially published on training.gov.au. You can do this by securing your training materials as early as now.

Pre-order the latest CHC Early Childhood Education and Care today! Click the links below to check out our comprehensive training materials:

Learn more about these brilliant RTO learning and assessment tools by booking a personal walkthrough. Contact us on 1300 80 84 80 or send an email to contact@rtolearningmaterials.com.au. We’ll send you free samples, a customized quote, or whatever else you might need when you get in touch.

2020 Christmas Shutdown

 

RTO Learning Materials will be taking a short break over the Christmas period. Our office will be closed from Wednesday, 23rd December 2020 to Friday, 1st January 2021. We will not be able to take calls or respond to emails during this shutdown period.

We will start operations again on Monday, 4th January 2021 at a limited capacity. Some of our staff will be taking extra leave during the holiday period, so our team will not return to full strength until mid to late January. Kindly note this may cause some delays with your orders and deliveries during this period.

For RTOs that urgently need training resources, please get in touch with us immediately before the break so we can accommodate your orders.

Our team would like to express our immense gratitude for your continued support in 2020. We wish you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

CPC 2020 Training Package Released: Is Your RTO Ready?

After numerous delays, the much-anticipated Construction, Plumbing, and Services (CPC) Training Package version 5.0 is finally out on training.gov.au and the following versions 6.0 and 7.0 are expected to come out soon after. The Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) endorsed the series of updates which are said to reflect the industry changes and make the training package more relevant to the current environment.

The consultation process involved various stakeholders from all over the industry. Unions, industry associations, employers, employees, regulators, and registered training organisations were all asked to provide feedback and their expert advice on the updates.

The 2020 update is one of the most significant changes to this training package the industry has experienced in recent years. Some numerous qualifications and units have been changed or removed to keep up with the changing landscape of the construction and plumbing industries.

Here’s everything you need to know about these series of updates:

CPC versions 5.0, 6.0, 7.0 inclusions

A total of 35 qualifications have been updated and included in the new CPC training package versions. These qualifications have either been modified to current standards or are brand new to the package.

Artibus, the Skills Service Organisation that created the updates, together with the Department of Education, Skills, and Employment synchronised the release of the training package to help decrease the use of superseded units of competency in the new qualifications.

New BSB and HLT units were also considered as Core units or non-equivalent units. The Construction, Plumbing, and Services Industry Reference Committee met to review these units to make sure they still fit for purpose. Imported elective units are still equivalent and have been updated. These imported elective units will be reflected in their corresponding qualifications.

What RTOs need to do now

RTOs need to act quickly if they want to keep up with the series of updates for the CPC Training Package. It’s vital for RTOs to get the latest CPC training materials so they can start contextualising them. Invest in these training resources now so you can start adding the courses to scope and begin delivering them to students and learners.

Secure the latest CPC Training Resources

Get new RTO training materials today so you can start adding courses to scope as soon as possible. Below are some of the qualifications you can expect to see in the new CPC Training Package update:

Contact RTO Learning Materials today for the best training resources

Be the first to secure these brand-new RTO training materials! Check out our range of quality training resources here.

Get in touch with us today! Call us to pre-order the new 2020 CPC training package. Contact us on 1300 80 84 80 or send an email to contact@rtolearningmaterials.com.au.

Contextualisation 101: RTO’s Guide to Producing Better Training

Contextualisation of training resources and assessment tools is essential if you want your RTO to produce top-notch training to students. RTOs need to modify their learning materials to fit the needs of their students.

In the same vein, RTOs also must develop their learning resources and assessment methods with their learner’s needs in mind.

Why is it important to contextualisyour RTO training resources and assessment tools?

Before we start, you need to understand why contextualising is so vital to your training delivery. A unit can be appropriate for the job role you’re training for; however, the context of the role and work environment could be completely different from what’s in the training materials itself.

It’s up to RTOs to adapt the resources and make sure their training provides the necessary skills and knowledge relevant to the context and work role of their students. Failing to contextualise your training resources could result in learner and client dissatisfaction, and you could be found non-compliant at during your ASQA audit.

How to contextualise your training materials and assessment tools

To help you on this complicated process, we’ve provided a handy RTO materials contextualisation guide below.

Step 1: Identify your students’ needs

Since the goal of contextualising your RTO learning resources and assessment tools is to deliver quality training to your students, you must figure out what your students need.

Find out what your learner group already knows about the subject matter you want to teach. If they already have the basics down, for example, then it’s best to move on to more advanced topics.

Also, see if they have any gaps in their skills or knowledge. Identifying these early on will make it easier for you to tailor your training delivery to their needs.

Step 2: Know the industry and work role

To properly modify your learning resource, you need to know the industry and responsibilities of the job. See what the workplace environment is and check out the equipment, facilities, policies, and the like.

You need to have a better understanding of the workplace environment, responsibilities, codes of practice, and health and safety considerations to provide training that’s relevant to your students.

In addition, you must identify the types of evidence that can be collected in the work role in relation to meeting the unit of competency evidence requirements.

Step 3: Understand the learning environment

Different learning environments require different modes of delivery. Every delivery method has its own pros and cons, so it’s up to your RTO to see which one best suits your learners’ needs. Some of the training delivery modes include:

  • Online
  • Distance learning
  • One-on-one
  • Class-based learning
  • Workplace delivery

Step 4: Pinpoint the unit requirements

Now it’s time to focus on the course itself. Look at the RTO training resources and figure out what specific aspects need to be contextualised. Think about how the unit in the training package will be used.

Learn about the evidence requirements for the unit, as well, so your assessment can be as easy as possible for your trainers or assessors.

Step 5: Review your learning resources

Check to see if the learning resources are appropriate to the skill, knowledge, and experience level of the learners. If they’re not, adjust them accordingly so that your students can get the best possible educational content.

Make sure the learning resources are aligned to the industry, work role, and the work environment, as well. For the best results, get a subject matter expert to review your training materials so they can check for relevance and ensure your content is up to date.

Step 6: Check your assessment tools

When reviewing your assessment tools and methods, see if they align with what you’ve outlined in your Terms of Assessment. Examine if the assessment tasks are suitable for the industry and work role, as well.

Clarify the assessment contexts with industry experts or subject matter experts so you know what is relevant to the learners.

Step 7: Modify your training materials

After you’ve done your research and consulted the experts, it’s time to finally modify your training materials

Remember, contextualising materials differs depending on the delivery model you’re going to use. Below are the best practices when it comes to their mode of delivery:

Tips for contextualising for classroom delivery

  • Have guest speakers talk to your learners so they can have a first-hand account of what it’s like working in the industry.
  • Design an authentic simulated work environment so your learners can practice their skills.
  • Change the learning and assessment activities depending on the workplace and work situation.
  • Provide current case studies so your learners are updated with the latest industry information.
  • Create or help learners get practical vocational experience through a local council, business, community organisation, or institution as the workplace.
  • Give realistic workplace scenarios and roleplays so your learners can properly demonstrate their skill and competency.

    Tips for contextualising for online delivery

    • Create online simulated work environments that closely resemble real workplaces so learners can gain skills.
    • Develop quizzes and games specific to the workplace and industry to easily facilitate learning.
    • Use workplace jargon in the learning materials such as activities and conferences.
    • Have webinars that allow interaction between students and the instructor.
    • Design workplace simulations so learners can demonstrate skills.

    Tips for contextualising for workplace delivery

    • Apply the organisation’s policies and procedure manuals in the learning materials.
    • Use real-life workplace examples in the learning materials.
    • Make sure the learning activities revolve around workplace tasks and products so learners and employers can see the immediate benefits to the business.
    • Match the learning activities with the organisation’s culture and end goal, as well as employee development plans.
    • Have a buddy-system where learners are partnered with workplace mentors.

    Step 8: Modify your assessment tools

    Your assessment tools also need to be contextualised to meet ASQA requirements. It’s important to note that contextualisation must not impact unit outcomes. When you modify your assessment tools to fit your RTO’s needs, remember the following:

    • Don’t diminish the breadth of application of competency
    • Don’t narrow down the competency outcomes
    • Don’t remove the content of any element and performance criteria related to the unit

    To make sure you’re conducting a fair assessment, you need to follow the Principles of Assessment (fairness, flexibility, validity, and reliability) and the Rules of Evidence (validity, sufficiency, authenticity, and currency).

    Conclusion

    Contextualisation for RTO learning materials and assessment materials isn’t as easy as it seems, but it’s well worth the effort you’ll put into it. When you contextualise your learning resources, you’ll be able to deliver quality training and build relationships with industry leaders, business heads, and more.

    Secure exemplary training materials today by checking out our online store here. For free resource samples and pricing, just fill in this form.

    Updates to the new 2020 BSB Training Package

    Updates to the new 2020 BSB Training Package

    There have been some significant changes in the BSB training package that affects most of the qualifications and units in the training package. Being one of the most in-demand areas of training, the new BSB training package update means most RTOs and students will be affected. 

    The update has added new components, as well as superseded others. The BSB Training Package Version 7.0 includes 20 new units along with a major reduction of seven units from the previous version. This means a lot of RTOs will need to reapply for scope registration as many popular qualifications will no longer be equivalent.  

    Qualification guide to the new BSB Training Package 

    The Australian Industry Skills Committee (AISC) endorsed updates to 33 qualifications. This move was made to streamline the training package and consolidate many qualifications.  

    Here is a list of the updated qualifications: 

    • BSB80120 Graduate Diploma of Management (Learning) 
    • BSB80220 Graduate Diploma of Portfolio Management 
    • BSB80320 Graduate Diploma of Strategic Leadership 

    The following qualifications will be deleted once the changes are in place this coming October: 

    • BSB30515 Certificate III in Business Administration (International Education) 
    • BSB30615 Certificate III in International Trade 
    • BSB40715 Certificate IV in Franchising 
    • BSB40915 Certificate IV in Governance 
    • BSB50515 Diploma of Franchising 
    • BSB52318 Diploma of Governance 
    • BSB80315 Graduate Certificate in Leadership Diversity 

    The changes mostly affect the Business stream with only just seven qualifications left from its previous 29. Specialised areas are affected by the update, as well. For the full scope of changes, check out training.gov.au 

    Unit guide to the new BSB Training Package 

    There are 20 new units of competency that will be released in the updated services package which are: 

    • BSBCMM412 Lead difficult conversations 
    • BSBCNV616 Comply with tax obligations in a conveyancing transaction 
    • BSBCRT611 Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving 
    • BSBFIN502 Manage financial compliance 
    • BSBINS502 Coordinate data management 
    • BSBINS515 Participate in archiving activities 
    • BSBINS516 Undertake cataloguing activities 
    • BSBLEG425 Apply principles of legal project management 
    • BSBLEG531 Apply legal principles in administrative law matters 
    • BSBLEG533 Support alternative dispute resolution processes 
    • BSBLEG534 Take instructions in a legal services environment 
    • BSBMKG628 Lead organisational public relations 
    • BSBOPS302 Identify business risk 
    • BSBOPS306 Record stakeholder interactions 
    • BSBPMG541 Manage complex projects 
    • BSBSUS412 Develop and implement workplace sustainability plans 
    • BSBSUS413 Evaluate and report on workplace sustainability 
    • BSBTEC203 Research using the internet 
    • BSBTEC601 Review organisational digital strategy 
    • BSBTWK601 Develop and maintain strategic business networks 

    Skillset guide to the new BSB Training Package 

    Another big change for BSB Training Package Version 7.0 is the additional skill sets along with the 283 units of competency that will be updatedThe following are the new skill sets created for the update: 

    • BSBSS00095 Lead Auditor Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00111 Human Resources Advisor Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00096 Innovation Practice Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00112 Workplace Technology Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00097 Innovation Leadership Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00113 Digital Business Administration Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00098 Marketing Foundations Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00114 Organisational Governance Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00099 Communications and Public Relations Foundations Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00115 Copyright Management Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00100 Business Operations Support Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00116 Campaign Management Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00101 Business Operations Management Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00117 Diversity and Inclusion Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00102 Micro Business Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00118 Procurement Manager Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00103 New Business Ventures Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00119 Customer Service Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00104 Small Business Management Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00120 Administrative Assistant Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00105 Human Resources Foundations Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00121 Medical Administration Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00106 Introduction to Paralegal Services Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00122 Compliance Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00107 Marketing and Communication Foundations Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00123 Records and Information Management Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00108 Marketing and Communication Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00124 Workplace IT Foundations Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00109 Introduction to Team Management Skill Set  
    • BSBSS00125 Workplace Foundations Skill Set 
    • BSBSS00110 Business Development Skill Set 

    RTOs need to take note of these changes and make sure they have a plan moving forward. 

    Word of advice for RTOs 

    The best way for RTOs to keep up with the changes is to get the best RTO resources for sale out there. Students are always looking for ways to maximise their time and money, so you need to make sure your RTO is their best option. Now is the best time to secure your training resources to give yourself enough time to prepare for these upcoming changes. 

    Get on top of these updates—pre-order your BSB Training Packages now at 25% OFF! 

    With so many changes, updates, and superseding courses, it is best to act as soon as possible and stay ahead of the competition. If you order now, you will have plenty of time to redevelop your training strategy, prepare your application, and submit them after the qualifications are released to the national register mid-October of 2020. 

    Give us a call today to pre-order the new 2020 BSB training package and receive a 25% discount while these training materials are on pre-order. Contact us on 1300 80 84 80 or send an email to contact@rtolearningmaterials.com.au.

    Get Ready for these New RII Training Package Updates

    The NEW RII Training Package Is Coming: Here’s What You Should Know

    Feedback for the final draft of the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package Version 5.0 has just ended, and it seems RTOs can expect significant changes in the new update.   

    The update includes changes in the qualifications and units of competencies in the Extractive, Metalliferous Mining, New and Emerging Technology, and Civil Construction projects.  

    All said projects, except New and Emerging Technology, have new and updated Qualifications.  

    What Major Changes Can You Expect from the New RII Training Package?

    In the final draft released by PwC’s Skills for Australia, the proposed changes reflect the massive need to address the gaps in the RII training products.  

    Some of the major changes are:  

    • There is a total of 21 new qualifications and over a hundred* new units between the Extractive, Metalliferous Mining, New and Emerging Technology, and Civil Construction projects.  
    • Research and consultation carried out by Skills for Australia were used to establish the Case for Change. The AISC endorsed it on behalf of the Civil Infrastructure IRC in August 2019.  
    • The final draft of training products will be provided to the Civil Infrastructure IRC for endorsement and submission to the AISC in October 2020.  

    Here is a list of the new and updated qualifications that you can expect:

    New Resources and Infrastructure Industry – RII Qualifications

     

    Qualification Code Qualification Name
    RII20220 Certificate II in Surface Extraction Operations
    RII30120 Certificate III in Surface Extraction Operations
    RII40120 Certificate IV in Surface Extraction Operations
    RII50120 Diploma of Surface Operations Management
    RII60220 Advanced Diploma of Extractive Industries Management
    RII20420 Certificate II in Underground Metalliferous Mining
    RII20520 Certificate II in Resource Processing
    RII30320 Certificate III in Underground Metalliferous Mining
    RII30420 Certificate III in Resource Processing
    RII40320 Certificate IV in Underground Metalliferous Mining Operations
    RII40520 Certificate IV in Resource Processing
    RII20720 Certificate II in Civil Construction
    RII30820 Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations
    RII30920 Certificate III in Civil Construction
    RII31220 Certificate III in Civil Foundations
    RII40720 Certificate IV in Civil Construction
    RII40820 Certificate IV in Civil Construction Design
    RII50420 Diploma of Civil Construction Management
    RII50520 Diploma of Civil Construction Design
    RII60520 Advanced Diploma of Civil Construction Design
    RII60620 Advanced Diploma of Civil Construction

    What Should My RTO Keep in Mind?  

    If you are currently offering courses in the RII training package, then note that now is the best time to update your course materials and add new courses to scope. You should secure new 2020 RII training ASAP so you can be one of the first to market the new qualifications.  

    Remember, being the first to market will help your RTO get ahead of the competition. Students will always want to enroll in the latest training courses, so it pays to be ready to deliver the courses ASAP.  

    What Can My RTO Do?  

    Stay tuned for more news on the RII training package and prepare for any changes that may affect your courses. You may consult industry experts to help your RTO develop a development or training delivery strategy.  

    Have plans to market and deliver the 2020 RII Qualifications or units? Be sure to get course materials with training and compliance features built into them since it will be a big help during audits!  

    If you want to save on development costs and time, and be one of the first RTOs to market with the updated qualifications and units, then don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1300 808 480 or enquire at enquire@rtolearningmaterials.com.au. This opportunity may be what you need to get ahead of the competition!  

     

    *Please refer to official announcements for an updated list of units. 

    RTOs to Benefit From Federal Government’s $1 Billion JobTrainer Program

    The new $1B JobTrainer Program is set to subsidise training and wages for young Australians and create over 340,000 new training spaces 

    The Federal Government has revealed the new JobTrainr skills investment package which will focus on training or re-skilling job hunters across a wide range of industries. The billion-dollar program aims to subsidise training for over 340,000 Australians entering the workforce.

    Commenting about the program, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said “COVID-19 is unprecedented but I want Australians to be ready for the sorts of jobs that will come as we build back and recover.”

    Consequently, the program will subsidise training for what the National Skills Commission deems as “high-growth areas.”

    What is the JobTrainer Program?

    The nation-wide program is part of the “Job” series of programs which includes JobSeekerJobKeeper, and JobMaker. The program will get $500M from the Federal Government to provide training for school leavers and those struggling to find work amid COVID-19. Further, States and Territories will match the $500M that is being allocated to provide free training, inflating the cash pool for training subsidies to $1B. 

    It is understood the program will lead to short courses like Certificate III, Certificate IV, and Diplomas being fully-subsidised (or nearly fully-subsidised) by the government. This is good news for Registered Training Organisations and TAFEs who offer these levels of courses.

    Will Jobtrainer Affect Your RTO?

    Yes, it is expected that the program will subsidise training for a massive range of short courses being offered by private providers like RTOs and TAFEs.

    The subsidy will cover short courses in the fields of individual support, building and construction, transport and logisticsinformation and communications, health, manufacturing, retail, and other massive industries.

    What Particular Courses Being Offered By My RTO Will Be Covered?

    This will depend on what the NSC deems as areas of high demand. As of writing, they are yet to identify which particular skills shortages would make an impact to Australia’s economic recovery.

    The NSC will be working with the states to identify what the “target areas” are.

    What States and Territories Will Be Covered by JobTrainer?

    All States and Territories will be participating in the Program. This is a breakdown of the training spaces to be made available per state and territory:

    States Approximate number of places
    NSW 108,600
    Vic 88,900
    Qld 68,500
    WA 35,200
    SA 23,500
    Tas 7,100
    ACT 5,700
    NT 3,200
    Total 340,700

    Will the JobTrainer Scheme Affect Current Trainees or Apprentices?

    Trainees and apprentices that are currently employed will get wage subsidies instead.

    This comes after the Federal Government announced another $1.5B investment in skills on top of its initial $1.3B stimulus package to make sure apprentices kept their jobs.

    This is a developing story and will be updated in the future. Follow our social media accounts to get more latest news on the VET industry.

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    Preparing for your Annual Declaration on Compliance? Here Are Some Tips

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    IMPORTANT: In light of COVID-19, the Annual Declaration of Compliance deadline has been extended from 31 March to 30 April 2020

    The submission of the Annual Declaration on Compliance is a critical and necessary requirement for all Registered Training Organisations, and the information you’ll provide in the declaration is a requirement of clause 8.4 of the Standards for RTOs 2015.

    No doubt most RTOs are either preparing for their submissions or have already sent it. After all, this is an essential requirement, and the deadline is only until March 31, 2020.

    If you haven’t sent in your submission yet, don’t worry! There’s still time to help your RTO meet its compliance requirements!

    How Can I Prepare for my Annual Declaration on Compliance?

    Taking regular self-assessments will prepare you for your annual declarations and audits. Your RTO should take systematic self-assessments to identify areas where taking rectifying actions is necessary and to establish evidence of compliance with the Standards.

    Taking systematic self-assessments will also help your organisation look into its practices and processes to identify ways to achieve optimal outcomes for your students.

    You can use ASQA’s Self-Assessment Tool to identify areas of improvement and determine the actions needed to improve compliance.

    What Can I Do to Improve Compliance?

    After looking into areas of improvement, you should take rectifying actions. You should note that the most common compliance issue with RTOs is in the area of Training and Assessment.

    Since the area of training and assessment is a big hurdle for many RTOs, it is in your best interest to invest in quality RTO training materials that are clear and comprehensive. Investing in the right RTO training resources will help ensure that you’re ahead of the competition and are meeting your compliance requirements. This is especially true now that competitive RTOs are looking for ways to upgrade their training resources to support more flexible training options [this is a necessity in light of recent events like the COVID-19 outbreak].

    Enquire about quality training and assessment materials now to support your RTO’s compliance and business continuity!

    If the scope of your RTO’s non-compliance covers more than your RTO training and assessment materials, then you can consider getting expert advice.

    Should I Get Expert Advice From RTO Consulting Services Providers?

    If you have other concerns or if you and your team want to be more confident in audits or the Annual Declaration on Compliance, then you should consider an RTO consulting service provider. Get in touch with us now so we can refer an RTO consultant that will help you with your RTOs needs!