Are you a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)? RTOs provide Vocational Education and Training (VET) services to clients and learners wanting to advance their knowledge and skills.
As a condition of registration, RTOs are responsible for ensuring their full compliance with the VET Standards. These Standards require a rigorous assessment to ensure that learners obtain knowledge, develop skills and perform in their workplace to expected industry standards.
To obtain RTO status with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), an organisation will need to satisfy certain criteria. LegalVision’s RTO lawyers understand that it can be difficult to navigate through the regulatory requirements to obtain registration.
If you have any questions or would like to speak with one of our RTO lawyers about registering your training organisation, please get in touch on 1300 544 755 or fill out the form on this page.
Each RTO needs to tailor its service delivery to the needs of its unique clients and learners. RTOs greatly vary in size, structure, governance, scope and volume of services provided.
Training providers must first go through an evaluation and audit process, conducted by their state or territory’s training authority. This ensures that the organisation can provide training and assessment services in compliance with the national standards.
When an organisation applies to be an RTO, particular attention is paid to the trainers and assessors, as well as the systems and strategies in place for quality training and assessment.
Once registered, an RTO’s obligations include responsiveness to the industry and learner’s needs, providing quality assurance as well as fair complaints handling. Importantly, RTOs failing to satisfy these quality standards may have their registration cancelled, or suspended.
LegalVision’s team of experienced RTO lawyers can walk you through the registration process. We can also assist with ASQA compliance, ensuring that you maintain your organisation’s status. If you have any questions, please get in touch.