Recordings and Resources for Previous Sessions:
Training Accreditation Council Processes
Becoming an RTO Information Session
|Want to be a registered training organisation (RTO) but don't know where to start? This session is for you! If you are considering becoming an RTO, the Training Accreditation Council encourages you to attend this interactive online session which provides entry level information on applying to become an RTO. |
27 July 2020
Becoming an RTO Information Session (webinar)
Becoming an RTO Information Session Handouts
|The Audit Experience: Facts and Fiction|
Undergoing an RTO Audit can be a stressful experience, but it doesn't have to be if you are well informed and prepared for the audit. The aim of this webinar is to provide you with information that will help you to understand why and how the Training Accreditation Council implements the audit process and what you can do to help make the experience a positive one for your organisation. This webinar is delivered by TAC Auditors and introduces you to information and resources that you can use to help with audit preparations, to participate in the audit effectively, as well as how to approach your audit results. The webinar does not address compliance with the regulatory standards.
22 June 2019
The Audit Experience: Facts and Fiction (Webinar)
Unpacking the Standards for Registered Training Organisations
Assessment Part 1 - Design and development of an assessment system
Assessment is a fundamental part of an RTO's operations and an assessment system includes not only the actual materials used directly in conducting assessment, but also policies, procedures and other supporting documents that inform the way assessment is conducted with an RTO. This session provides both practical and specific 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.
This session is part one of a three-part series on assessment conducted throughout 2019 which together focus on each stage of the assessment process.
25 Feb 2020
Assessment Part 1 - Design and development of an assessment system (PowerPoint)
Assessment Part 1 - Design and development of an assessment system (Handouts)
RTO Governance - Driving Quality Through Good Business Practice
This session covers the broader issue of RTO governance and includes RTO business processes, record management and third party agreement management. The session is appropriate for staff at executive level and staff involved with maintaining and ensuring quality systems related to the business practices of an RTO and its compliance with requirements of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015
3 June 2020
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 2015 (the Standards). The session will cover frequently asked questions related to marketing requirements and achieving compliance with the Standards, outline common mistakes and provide practical examples.
9 May 2019
|Industry engagement plays a significant role in an RTO's operations. This sessions provides practical and specific information to RTOs on industry engagement with an emphasis on how it informs training and assessment strategies (Clause 1.1, 1.2) industry relevance (Clause 1.5, 1.6) and vocational competence and industry currency of trainers and assessors (Clause 1.13).|
2 November 2017
TAC Education Workshop – Industry Engagement (video)
TAC Education Workshop (PPT) and Handouts
Developing Units of Competency for Accredited Courses
The basic building blocks of accredited courses are the units of competency or modules within each qualification structure. Where nationally recognised units are not available, course developers must write their own unique units. This workshop provides practical guidance on the principles and technical requirements for developing units which meet the Standards for Training Packages.
27 May 2020
Developing UOC for Accredited Courses (PowerPoint)
Developing UOC for Accredited Courses (Handouts)
TAC Risk Framework
|The TAC Risk Framework – a risk based approach to managing and responding to risk|
The Training Accreditation Council's regulatory approach has been developed in line with the approach described in the Standards for VET Regulators which aims to ensure '…the integrity of nationally recognised training by regulating RTOs ... using a risk based approach that is consistent, effective, proportional, responsive and transparent.' (p4)
The approach described in the Standards enables VET regulators to deal more effectively with poor quality in the sector and to improve confidence of VET outcomes. This enables a focus on RTOs or sectors deemed to pose the highest risk to quality outcomes, while allowing those with a history of consistent compliance to operate with reduced regulatory scrutiny.
This presentation will focus on TAC's risk based approach, including how TAC manages and responds to risk.
Training Providers Forum:
29 May 2017
The TAC Risk Framework (Video)
29/07/2020 5:22 PM