Edition 548, 7 April 2014
- Minister Pyne to deliver keynote address at ACPET Higher Education Symposium
- Financing women business owners for international growth
- Join us to congratulate our ACPET Peers!
- Good practice – how to add a unit of competency course to scope
- Get your new staff ready with Introduction to VET
- Top RTO non-compliances from ASQA 2013 reports
- 7 Multipliers to improving your RTO’s Financial Success
- Advanced Moodle - Taking Moodle to the next level to engage Learners
- Get the latest on foundation skills and get the edge for your RTO at the ACER National Adult LLN Assessment Conference 2014
- Register now for Professional Development in Tasmania April-May
- Tasmania PD - Are you ready to be audited? - Hobart 24 April
- Subsidised PD - Key RTO non-compliances from ASQA reports - Launceston 1 May
- SA webinar - Quality support & LLN services to maximise student success - 28 April
- Tasmanian webinar - Quality support & LLN services to maximise student success - 28 April
Good practice – how to add a unit of competency course to scope
Monday, April 7 2014
Are you thinking about delivering short accredited courses?
Do you need a reminder on how to successfully lodge your application with the regulator?
When you make a submission to add single units of competency to your RTO’s scope (usually as a short course) you need to submit a comprehensive set of documents.
In this ‘good practice kit box’ rapid refresher session, VET regulation expert Robyn Maher will take you through the documentation that you must supply to the regulator. The webinar will cover ASQA, VRQA and TAC requirements and you will unpack:
- the expectations of a strategy document
- industry consultation evidence
- the sample UOC assessment instruments, and
- a trainer matrix.
Robyn will explain in detail a number of different formats and showcase examples of good practice.
This webinar is for your staff and trainers who manage scope of registration and courses in your RTO. As part of the webinar, you will receive a kit box of checklists and templates to use immediately in your RTO.
For further information and to register for this webinar, please click here.