Registered training organisation's (RTO's) are authorised to deliver Nationally Recognised Training.
RTO's can range from companies, industry and professional associations, to schools, TAFE and colleges.
While RTO's are diverse, ranging from large companies like McDonalds and Woolworths to smaller community-based organisations and schools, they all meet nationally recognised standards of quality and deliver nationally recognised training. These standards are set out and organisations audited to ensure quality, under the VET Quality Framework.
Only RTO's can deliver, assess and issue qualifications and statements of attainment which are nationally recognised, within the VET Quality Framework.
All RTO's are listed on a national register of authorised organisations known as Training.gov, allowing potential clients to view an RTO's services. QTS can be found at this website using National Training provider number: 40474
As an RTO, we use the nationally recognised training logo on all qualifications and statements of attainment we issue.
The logo is a valuable statement. It signifies that:
Training courses are nationally recognised under the VET Quality Framework
The qualifications issued are nationally recognised by all other RTO's
This means that those who undertake our training can be confident that the skills they attain are of a high quality at industry standards and will be accepted and valued nationwide by other training providers and by employers.
Participants from other organisations are able to enrol, transfer or complete their training at other institutions.
You will acquire a breadth, depth and complexity of knowledge and competencies that cover a broad range of varied activities, in a variety of contexts that are usually complex and non-routine. You are expected to be able to demonstrate leadership and guidance of yourself and others, as well as contributing to technical solutions of a non-routine or contingency nature.
You will have to demonstrate performance in a broad range of skilled applications including evaluating and analysing current practices, develop new criteria and procedures for performing current practices. In addition to showing leadership and guiding others, you are expected to accept responsibility for others and demonstrate limited organisational skills.
Participants enrolled in training leading to either a statement of attainment or a certificate, are required to complete assessments to demonstrate competency.
Competency based assessment is the process of gathering evidence to confirm that participants can perform required skills and knowledge.
Short answer questions
Participants will be given feedback on all assessment activities. Competency based assessment does not use a marking scale rather the participant is deemed competent or not yet competent.
On successful completion of all requirements for the training you will receive a nationally recognised qualification.
Nationally recognised qualifications are qualifications developed to meet the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). These qualifications can be awarded only by registered training organisations and are recognised throughout Australia. A nationally recognised qualification, through a registered training organisation means that you will be acquiring skills to meet the needs of industry and employers as well as your own.