Becoming an RTO

​​​​​​​​​​​Organisations wishing to become registered training organisations (RTOs) must be registered with the Training Accreditation Council (TAC) if they intend to operate within TAC's jurisdiction.

​​​The following pages provide information about how to become an RTO:


Information Sessions​​

If you are considering becoming a registered training organisation, we encourage you to attend one of the free information sessions which cover the application and audit process. Registration to this session and other professional development opportunities are available here​. ​​
 

Government schools and non-government sch​ools​​​

A government school or non-government school can elect to become an RTO.
Should a government school or non-government s​chool seek initial registration, or seek approval to amend or renew its current registration, approval processes are required as follows:

 

Non-governmen​t school

Prior to submitting any application to TAC, non-​government schools may be required to submit a business case to the Department of Education Services. 

 
For further information on business case requirements for non-government schools, please refer to the Department of Education Services website.

 

Government school

Prior to submitting any application to TAC, government schools may be required to complete a business case identifying their proposed delivery profile and parameters of operations.

 

For further information on business case requirements for government schools please refer to the Department of Education​ website.




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