About Registered Training Organisation
Australian 4WD & Advanced Driver Training, (RTO Code: 31223) is:
- Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in it’s own right.
- Provides a range of Nationally Recognized 4WD & Advanced Driver training.
- Is compliant with the SNR.
- Compliant with the Aust and NZ Health and Safety Standard 4801.
- Is compliant to mine specific and Landtransprtation for produces of gas, fuel and chemicals.
- Has staff that have extensive driver training experience and are employed by Australian 4WD & Advanced Driver Training, not contractors.
- Delivers site-specific and employer specific training throughout Australia.
Click on the following link to view Aust 4WD RTO details and scope of competencies. http://www.ntis.gov.au/Default.aspx?/rto/31223
What does a Registered Training Organisations RTO mean
Using a registered training organisation to deliver nationally recognised training is good for your business.
Registered training organisations (RTOs) are recognised as providers of quality assured and nationally recognised training.
Only RTOs can deliver nationally recognised courses and qualifications.
Role of an RTO: Under the ASQA,, the RTO (Registered Training Organisation) is responsible for all quality assurance requirements in relation to the delivery of training. This includes assessment and certification.
How do we ensure quality training is provided?
The National Skills Framework: The National Skills Framework provides the basis for high quality, flexible, nationally consistent vocational education and training which meets industry needs and which employers can trust. The Framework consists of quality delivery through the Australian Quality Framework (AQF), and through quality training products. The AQF consists of registered training organisations and registering and course accrediting organisations. Quality training products are guaranteed by training packages which are nationally endorsed, and developed by industry, and accredited support materials.
All RTOs must meet the requirements of the Australian Quality Training Framework AQTF- A better system for everyone
The Australian Quality Framework (AQF) is the national set of standards which assures nationally consistent, high-quality training and assessment services for the clients of Australiaâ€™s vocational education and training system. AQF is the current version of the framework, effective from 1 July 2007.
Information on the components of AQF.
The AQF Quality Indicators form part of the AQF Essential Standards for Registration for training organisations that wish to deliver nationally recognised vocational qualifications and competencies. Further information on the Quality Indicators.
The Australian Quality Framework: The Australian Quality Framework (AQF ) comprises national standards for the registration and auditing of training providers and accreditation of courses, and national standards for state and territory registering authorities.
AQF 2013 is to improve the quality of training and assessment in the VET sector. The new arrangements encourage greater participation of licensing and industry regulatory bodies in ensuring the quality of training, and will also achieve greater national consistency through new standards for state and territory registering bodies. Outcomes-focussed audits will allow providers to focus more on the quality of the outcomes of their training and assessment, which in turn will give industry greater confidence in the outcomes of training.
How do I know that my qualification is an AQF qualification?
If you are unsure as to whether your qualification or the course you are interested in undertaking is an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Qualification you should check that the title of your qualification corresponds with AQF Table of Qualifications. You may also wish to ask your institution or training provider whether your qualification is accredited against the AQF. VET qualifications can be checked via the National Training Information Service and Higher Education qualifications can be verified via the AQF Register.
What are the benefits of being an RTO?
Registered Training Organisations are providers of quality assured and nationally recognised training. Only RTOs can:
- deliver nationally recognised qualifications and courses;
- issue qualifications and Statements of Attainment for nationally recognised training;
- apply for state and commonwealth funding related to training;
- use the nationally recognised logo on all qualifications/statements of attainment issued;
- be confident that the qualifications they issue are nationally recognised by all other Registered Training Organisations. This means that those who receive training can be confident the skills and knowledge they attain are of a high quality and will be accepted and valued nationwide. It allows for students from one RTO to enrol, transfer or complete their training at another.
- promote the organisation’s services to potential clients and partners on the national register of authorised training organisations, the National Training Information Service (NTIS);
- deliver training to overseas trainees (after meeting other regulatory requirements); and
- promote the availability of Austudy or Abstudy financial assistance to eligible students/clients.