The Training Accreditation Council (the Council) has a strong commitment to reducing the regulatory burden for providers that consistently demonstrate compliance with the requirements for registered training organisations (RTOs) in Western Australia. The introduction of the Council's Compliance Recognition Program (CRP) is designed to provide RTOs that consistently demonstrate compliance, a degree of flexibility by removing the requirement for RTOs to submit applications or fees to the Council for amendment activity to their scope of registration.
The CRP is premised on the basis that the RTO has undertaken an internal verification process to determine that training products meet compliance with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015 (Standards for RTOs), Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) and requirements of registration as an RTO under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1996. The Council retains the overall authority to approve the amendment.
The granting of participation in the CRP by the Council does not indicate or imply that the RTO is of a higher standard or of a lower risk than other RTOs.
The Compliance Recognition Program (CRP) Policy can be found here.
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