G.03/25 Solent Circuit, Norwest, NSW, 2153

23 April 2024 | 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Excellent communication guarantees information is shared effectively with students and colleagues, and ensures strong class management.

About this Webinar

We have designed this webinar to identify and explore the types of evidence that RTOs can provide to demonstrate
compliance against the Standards for RTOs 2015, evidence that also meets ASQA’s new audit model.

What you will learn

The facilitator will discuss with participants some of the common non-compliances identified at audit, particularly training and assessment strategies and practices, assessment, trainers and assessors, third party arrangements, quality assurance processes, marketing, enrolments and complaints.

The facilitator will explain ASQA’s five key phases of the student’s learning experience, and how the RTO can provide evidence of compliance against the relevant Standards.

Objectives

Learning
Application
Impact

01

Learning

Understand key requirements under the Standards for RTOs 2015

Identify relevant evidence to demonstrate compliance

Review common findings in regulatory audits

Understand ASQA’s new audit model

02

Application

Review and update evidence available for audit

Prepare an audit run-sheet

Review current RTO’s procedures against best practices

Monitor RTO’s core process outcomes

03

Impact

Minimise disruptions to RTOs operations during audit preparation

Minimise time required to prepare for audit

Decrease costs of audit preparation

Eliminate potential non-compliances

Meet the facilitators

Javier Amaro

Suggested Evidence For Audit

Join us in this insightful webinar with our expert speaker Javier Amaro.

We only have a few slots for the webinar so make sure to secure your spot today!

A Statement of Attendance is issued on completion of live event activities.
Non-accredited training. This does not lead to an AQF Qualification
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