Everything You Need to Know About RTO
If you need to meet RTO compliance then you might need to call in a consulting company who can offer advisory services to registered training organisations who are looking to set up or want to operate a business within the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector of Australia. You should look for a consulting company who has many years of expertise in running, operating or working with a multitude of highly competent and well run RTOs across the country. Only that way do you know with assurance that you are getting top calibre advice. When setting up and operating an RTO there are a wide variety of compliance issues, regulatory hurdles and occupational health and safety policies that you need to be one hundred percent aware of, which is why having expert advice is a must. Failure in any one of these areas can be detrimental to your RTO in a number of ways.
RTO policies and procedures is a complex and demanding area. The novice will be overwhelmed by the depth and breadth of these policies and procedures. To avoid this, you need to get a consulting firm on board who will be able to help you navigate this complicated terrain.
The process of RTO registration is also complicated and difficult. Most first timers will make mistakes during this process, only to have to start again. This can be a stressful and expensive process if you do not have the right advice. You don’t want to have to spend any more time and money on this than you have to, which is why you should hire a top flight consulting firm with the relevant experience to help you out.
A good RTO consultant will be able to help you in a number of different areas, including: the implementation of AQTF compliant systems; NARA-endorsed Quality Consulting; business and quality management systems; policy and procedure development systems; extensions to scope; CRISCOS registration; student management system selection and implementation; initial registration and set up; internal reviews and audit preparation; advice on government funding; course design; VRQA Guidelines for Victorian VET Providers; and staff recruitment.
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