Registration of an RTO may cease if:
If an RTO's registration ceases, it will no longer be able to promote itself as being an RTO and must forward all student records to the Training Accreditation Council.
If an RTO does not renew its registration before its five year registration period expires, its RTO status will cease. The RTO must ensure that the
Client Qualifications Register (CQR) is complete or seek alternative arrangements with TAC.
An RTO can apply to TAC to relinquish its registration by completing a
request to cancel registration form. TAC requires RTOs who cease operations to ensure that all continuing students are catered for and are not disadvantaged. The RTO must ensure that the
CQR is complete or seek alternative arrangements with TAC.
TAC acknowledges that RTOs make a significant commitment to first establishing and then maintaining their RTO.
However, from time to time, RTOs are identified as presenting a risk to the VET sector due to their failure to comply with the
Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015 or to meet other criteria required for registration.
Policy and Procedure for the Application of Sanctions outlines the grounds on:
which sanctions can be applied to RTOs
the types of sanctions the VET Act makes available
the procedure for the application of sanctions.
Registration cannot be transferred, sold or otherwise assigned to another individual or legal entity organisation. Registration is 'personal' to the legal entity that obtains it. It is not a transferable commodity or asset. A business may be bought or sold, but not the registration.
For information about changing the legal entity, please refer to TAC's
Policy on Change of Legal Entity of an RTO.
If the new legal entity wishes to be registered with TAC, the newly appointed legally responsible person must apply to TAC for registration by completing the
change of legal entity application form.
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