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With changes in the Standards for RTOs 2015 requiring RTOs to implement and offer RPL, a workshop has been developed by John Price that is a practical, user-friendly, ‘Black Box*’ approach to developing RPL assessments. This approach removes the complexity for the student whilst ensuring the quality and rigour of professional judgement is maintained.

In House PD 

This workshop has been designed to identify and explore the types of evidence that could be provided by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) to demonstrate compliance and continuous improvement against the Standards for RTOs 2015. Attendees will consider and discuss some of the common non-compliances identified at audit, particularly in relation to training and assessment strategies and practices, assessment, trainers and assessors, third party arrangements, quality assurance, marketing and complaints and appeals.

In House PD 

This workshop provides the opportunity for the RTO to develop a consistent and planned approach to systematic validation of assessment practices and judgements across all of the training products on its scope of registration.

In House PD 

The purpose of conducting an internal review is to assess the RTO’s compliance with the Standards for RTOs 2015 with particular focus on the training product, primarily with Standard 1. The internal review is an integral part of the RTO’s commitment to continual improvement. These reviews should be systematic and recommended to be conducted on an annual basis. The summary of findings and rectifications identified should then feed in to the systematic internal audit process that is completed against all standards. The full internal audit process is covered in a separate workshop ‘Suggested Evidence for Audit’.

In House PD 

Clustering units of competency is a process than can enhance the training and assessment outcomes for students as well as having an effect on ‘the amount of training’ for a training product and assist the RTO in its justification of the number of hours defined in the Training and Assessment Strategy. This workshop has been designed to take participants through the process of designing assessment tools for groups or clusters of units of competency.

In House PD 

This workshop walks trainers and assessors through the important processes of assessment planning, determining the assessment focus, designing assessment and understanding the dimensions of competency. The session will also explore the significance of mapping, understanding competent performance and reviewing assessment.

In House PD 

The RTO Administrator - Part 2 workshop has been created specifically for new and existing administration staff within an RTO. This one day workshop has been designed to develop the relevant compliance knowledge of administration staff to successfully complete their daily tasks as well as sufficient understanding to contribute and improve the compliance standards of their organisation. Attendance at Part 1 of the series is not required to attend this session.

In House PD 

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