Designing RTO Training & Assessment Strategies –
Incorporating amount of training & industry engagement
This interactive workshop guides participants through the process of developing a strategy by using a detailed case study.
Design and Development of an Assessment System
This session provides information on the design and development of assessment systems with an emphasis on; the fundamentals of competency-based assessment, key drivers, and the shaping and documenting of assessment systems.
Designing and Using Assessment Tools
This session provides information on the design and development of assessment tools to gather evidence that can be used to make judgements of competence.
Distance and Online Training and Assessment
This webinar is designed to highlight the drivers of distance, online and blended training and assessment and the opportunities these modes of delivery offer RTOs - tempered by an awareness of associated risk.
Managing RTO Complaints and Appeals
This webinar provides guidance on how to successfully manage complaints through the implementation of an effective complaint handling system and appeals processes.
Making an Assessment Decision
This workshop provides RTOs with information to support the use of assessment tools to gather good evidence, making safe assessment judgements with that evidence, and recording the evidence and outcomes.
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This session aims to assist RTO trainers, assessors and managers to understand reasonable adjustment in teaching, learning and assessment, relevant legislation and regulation, reasonable adjustment throughout the learner's journey with an RTO, maintaining integrity of outcome standards and keeping records of reasonable adjustment processes.
RTO Governance - Driving Quality Through Good Business Practice
This session covers the broader issues of RTO governance including RTO business processes, record management and third party agreement management.
RTO Marketing – Is your marketing accessible, accurate and informative?
The workshop aims to increase the capability of RTOs and their staff in understanding marketing requirements for RTOs, as prescribed in the Standards for RTOs
Third Party Arrangements - The provision of services on behalf of RTOsThis workshop acknowledges the valuable role third parties play in the delivery of VET services on behalf of RTOs and provide details on what an RTO must do when they engage third parties.
Understanding the TAC Users' Guide to the Standards for RTOs
This workshop focuses on the purpose and structure of the latest edition of the Guide and how it can be utilised to maximise its usefulness to you and your organisation. While the Standards for RTOs apply to all RTOs, the Guide and workshop contain some information specific to TAC's policies and processes.
Understanding RTO Responsibilities in Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
This workshop deals with common misunderstandings and confusions about RPL and related concepts, examines the requirements of the Standards, then presents an approach to RPL that supports the needs of the individual, industry, the RTO, the Training Package and the Standards.
Understanding Training Packages
This workshop explores the components of a training package and how to interpret them, covering key topics including information on qualifications and how they are specified, units of competency and what they include, guidance to support the use of training packages, accredited courses, transition and scope.