Providing training in Tasmania
Are you wanting to deliver vocational education and training in Tasmania? Find out more about the requirements in Tasmania.
Registered training organisations (RTOs) delivering or wishing to deliver VET in Tasmania must be registered with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). ASQA is responsible for the accreditation and registration of training organisations within the vocational education and training sector.
It is a requirement of ASQA registration that the RTO must meet all components of the VET Quality Framework, one of which is the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015. These standards assess the ability of an RTO to provide nationally-consistent, high-quality training and assessment services.
RTOs registered to deliver VET in Tasmania are listed on the Training.gov.au (TGA) national register.
RTOs who wish to deliver vocational education and training in Tasmania must meet the above registration requirements.
RTOs wishing to access Tasmanian Government funding to provide subsidised training in Tasmania must be endorsed by Skills Tasmania.
Non-Endorsed RTOs can still deliver vocational education and training, however they cannot access Tasmanian Government funding programs.
The majority of RTOs operating in Tasmania are Endorsed RTOs.
See Accessing Tasmanian Government Funding for more information.
Each RTO is responsible for issuing certificates, records of results and statements of attainment to their learners.
All qualifications issued must comply with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). The AQF Guidelines can be obtained from the website.
For information regarding the issuing of certificates, records of results and statements of attainment please refer to the ASQA webpage.
You can download a Sample AQF Certification Documents Fact Sheet from the ASQA website.
Skills Tasmania advise learners seeking certificates, records of results or statements of attainment to contact their training organisation in the first instance.
All RTOs must adhere to the regulations for collection, creation and storage of Unique Student Identifiers (USIs). RTOs have a responsibility to collect, record and store USIs securely. An RTO can also create a USI for their learners, as long as the learner has provided written permission.
Registered training organisations (RTOs) are responsible for developing training plans for apprentices and trainees. They do this in collaboration with the employer and apprentice or trainee, within three months of the training contract commencement date. For more information about training plans, please go to Training plans for apprenticeships and traineeships.
Vocational education and training is the joint responsibility of the Australian and State and Territory Governments, in partnership with industry, the vocational education and training sector, and the wider community.
Skills Tasmania is the unit of the Tasmanian Government that is responsible for training and workforce development, and oversees the vocational education and training system in Tasmania. Skills Tasmania is part of the Department of State Growth.
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