What is the Training Accreditation Council?
The Training Accreditation Council (The Council) is established under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1996 and is an independent Statuatory Body that provides for the quality assurance and recognition processes for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) and Accreditation of courses in Western Australia.
The Council is Western Australia's State Registering/Course Accrediting Body and is responsible for quality assurance and recognition of vocational education and training services in Western Australia.
Under the Act, the Council may undertake the following functions:
The Training Accreditation Council is committed to being the national leader in the strategic management of the recognition and quality assurance of training, including associated policies, services and standards in the vocational education and training sector and to providing practical, efficient and responsive support for government, the State Training Board, industry training providers, and the community.
How often does the Training Accreditation Council meet?
The Training Accreditation Council meets once per month, and considers applications for course accreditation and registration matters at the meeting.
Should you wish to have an application considered, please ensure you submit the application to the Training Accreditation Council Secretariat at least 4 months in advance of your anticipated delivery date to allow for review and processing.
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