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As part of Velg Training’s vision, to educate, inspire and empower Australia's VET community, the Validation Directory allows RTOs to simply search for other RTOs who have opted into the program with a similar scope and validation requirements.
The Velg Training VET Directory is a searchable database of organisations and consultants that specialise in Vocational Education and Training (VET) products and services. Our aim is to provide a resource for finding a wide range of products that can be browsed by specific search parameters.
The Standards for RTOs 2015 require RTOs to systematically monitor their training and assessment strategies and practices to ensure ongoing compliance with Standard 1. This Training Product Review Template guides the RTO through this review process.
Free webinar walking interested applicants through the eligibility and selection criteria, process of applying and the judging process that will occur.
This product is a set of worked examples that guides the user through one approach to analysing units of competency and other considerations when determining course duration and the amount of training.
This VET Student Handbook Template provides a framework for RTOs to build upon and adapt to ensure all of the information needed by a student, and required by the Standards for RTOs 2015, is included in a comprehensive and easy to follow manner.
This comprehensive RPL Assessor Kit, developed by John Price, provides materials for the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment qualification.
This product contains templates to assist with undertaking effective and systematic validation of nationally recognised training and assessment
This template gives a comprehensive start to implementing a system of quality control and continuous improvement for your RTO's assessment system and practices
Use this Learner Motivation Manual as part of your RTO’s response to Standard 1.7, ‘Support learners’. This document is designed to encourage students throughout their learning journey, and to motivate them toward achieving their study goals with your RTO.
Continuous improvement is an underlying principle of the VET Quality Framework (VQF) - this resource is designed to assist with undertaking an effective and systemic review process against the Standards for RTOs 2015.
This product is a document outlining macro-level requirements of the learning and assessment process to provide evidence towards the requirements of SRTO 1.1 - 1.4.
This product provides a checklist for reviewing marketing material against the Standards for RTOs 2015 and a Register (Excel spreadsheet) for tracking marketing material.
This product provides a template for ensuring transition to new training products occurs within the required time frames and complies with the requirements set out in SRTO 1.26 & 1.27.
This risk register tool can be used for assessing and recording potential risks faced by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) against the Standards for RTOs 2015. The template is able to be amended to ensure that it reflects the specific requirements of the RTO using this product.
This product contains two templates that can be used as evidence towards the requirements of a clearly documented Supervision Arrangement, which is outlined in Clauses 1.17 - 1.20 of the Standards for RTOs 2015.
This product contains induction resources to assist RTOs with ensuring trainers and assessors are kept up-to-date on VET sector information, their roles and responsibilities and the rights of their students, as well as administration procedures within the RTO.
These staff profiles provide a method of capturing information to demonstrate how trainers/assessors meet the requirements of SRTO 1.13 - 1.16 and SRTO 1.21-1.25. There are two products, one for staff delivering vocational qualifications and a second for those delivering TAE products.
This product is a comprehensive template which can be customised and used as evidence of a clearly documented Third Party Agreement, a requirement which is outlined in Clauses 2.3, 2.4, 8.2 & 8.3 of the Standards for RTOs 2015.
This easy to use spreadsheet provides a framework for mapping assessment. Included is a blank template worksheet, an annotated worksheet with instructions, and a completed example.
This product contains an Internal Review Template for use within Queensland School RTOs registered with the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority.
Recorded on 27/10/2016, this webinar discussed the benefits of developing efficient and effective assessment tools for groups or clusters of units of competency. It explored how to avoid the pitfalls associated with over or under assessing.
Recorded on 14/03/2017 this session unpacked best practice models when it comes to developing Observation Checklists.
Recorded on 15/03/2017 this session identified the range of things to be considered when reviewing assessment for compliance
Recorded on 15/03/2017 this session explored the reasons behind mapping as a quality assurance process, and unpacked specific examples to highlight how valuable mapping can be.
Recorded on 15/03/2017 this session explored some preliminary considerations that could form part of a practitioner’s strategy when thinking about adopting online assessment (and learning activities).
Recorded on 15/03/2017 this session looked at answering the question ‘what is a quality assessment tool?’ It identified key features that practitioners should be aware of when developing and reviewing assessment tools.
Recorded on 14/03/2017 this session explored the answers to these questions to promote effective, quality assessment practice when it comes to RPL.
Recorded on 15/03/2017 this session provided information direct from ASQA, on their activity, strategy, timely updates and the new approach to audits.
Recorded on 14/03/2017 this session discussed the benefits of developing efficient and effective assessment tools for groups or clusters of units of competency
Recorded on 14/03/2017 this session explored the use of robust processes to support the collection of assessment evidence using other parties.
Recorded on 14/03/2017 This is session explored the process of development of Training Packages and the role that key stakeholders play in that process.
Recorded on 17/03/2017, this webinar provides information about the key features of the ASQA audit model including the process used and the way in which RTOs are required to respond to the findings of these audits.
Recorded on 27/05/2015, this webinar takes you on a journey into the digital world through insights and case studies on the use of digital marketing strategies in an education landscape.
Recorded on 10/06/2015, this webinar provides assistance on how to use generate business using LinkedIn.
Recorded on 22/07/2015, this Webinar showcased some best practice examples of flexible learning design techniques, to assist with getting started, or benchmarking, existing flexible training programs.
Recorded on 26/08/2015, this webinar recording gives a handy explanation of the roles and responsibilities associated with an RTO’s CEO.
Recorded on 21/08/2015, this webinar provides information about how to utilise Instagram in your Social Media strategy.
Recorded on 24/11/2015, this webinar challenged many RTOs to consider how standards are met and how RTO’s demonstrate compliance. It explored developing a system that is user friendly, one that would become a way of life and not a death sentence for the organisation.
Recorded on 06/04/2016, Dimity Redcliffe, Velg Training's own Social Media Guru, presents this intermediate level social media webinar that identifies a range of social media options for your business.
Recorded on 27/01/2017, this webinar explores the common challenges Assessors face in the competency-based assessment space.
Recorded on 27/01/2017, this webinar discussed the ASQA reminder to RTO CEOs about the completion and submission of their annual declaration on compliance.