Edition 546, 24 March 2014
- Australian Government ICT Graduate Program
- Couldn't attend? Purchase the recording now!
- A beginner’s guide to the NVR Standards
- Understanding risk and building a risk register
- New in 2014! Learning and Assessment Materials -: how do I customise them for my client groups?
- In Conversation with the CEO - V/S session
- Calling for RTOs to trial ACPET's Roadmap to implementing sustainability, including free webinar
- Symposium 2 May - VET Sustainability skills in Practice
- Register today - Two ACPET workshops in Hobart - 25 March
- ACPET SA VET Forum postponed
- Register today - ACPET PD 27 March - Unpacking a Training Package, units of competency & assessment requirements
- Register now for Professional Development in Tasmania March-May
- Call for RTO Applications for Tasmanian E-learning Mentoring Program
- Launch of SCoPe Sustainability Community of Practice for Manufacturing, 25 March 5:30pm
- Commencement of simplified AL Framework, extended SVP arrangements and repeal of 'substantial compliance'
Understanding risk and building a risk register
Monday, March 24 2014
- What risks really matter to a RTO?
- What do they look like?
- How bad could they really be?
SNR/AQTF standards make it very clear that a RTO must have a systematic approach to its operation. Addressing risk is simply a fundamental component of a systematic approach. It is essential that management consider and address the risks that face a business that is operating in the volatile landscape of the VET sector.
This webinar investigates the concept of risk and then applies these concepts to the context of a RTO. Participants learn how to develop a Risk Management Framework that aligns with AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 principles and guidelines. Once developed, this Framework can be used to develop a Risk Management Plan and conduct a risk assessment to build a Risk Register.
All this will strengthen the RTO’s processes and also demonstrate to auditors that quality products and services are an organisational imperative.
For further information and to register for this session, please click here.