Transition Management and Teach Out – a Step by Step Procedure for Good Practice
National - Rapid Refresher Series
Thu 6 Feb 2014, 12:00pm to 1:30pm AEDT
|Level||Rapid Refresher Series|
|Location||At your desk, Webinar, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$99|
|Cost inc. GST ||$129|
|Who should attend?||
Keeping up to date with changes to units, qualifications and accredited courses on scope of registration is a constant compliance issue for your RTO. If you think this is becoming more regular, you are right.
Gone are five year reviews of each training package. Industry Skills Councils are now doing continuous improvement. How does your RTO manage this continuous change and associated risk?
This webinar is a step-by-step guide to the careful management of transition and teach out across the RTO. It will cover marketing, operations, the database, course materials, your students and trainers and assessors.
By the end of this webinar, participants will have the knowledge and skills to:
- understand the role of ISC’s in maintaining Training Packages
- understand and interpret the ASQA (TAC and VRQA) guidelines for transition and teach out
- keep up to date with changes to the RTO scope
- identify the decisions to be made across the RTO when there is a training package change
- apply the transition management and teach out guidelines systematically to different scenarios:
- unit of competency courses
- full qualification courses
- apprenticeships, traineeships and funded contract courses
- students and courses in a CRICOS environment, and
- exceptional circumstances
- review the RTO policy and embed a step by step procedure for transition management, and
- understand the related issues for trainer and assessor maintenance of vocational competency.
Facilitated by: Robyn Maher
Robyn Maher is the Managing Director and lead consultant of a long established VET consultancy. Her company has depth and experience in the sector and a reputation for providing grounded expert advice and support to RTOs. Robyn is also a qualified VET Quality Framework auditor, with experience as a NARA consultant and auditor prior to the establishment of ASQA. She understands training as a business, audit and regulatory processes. Robyn and her consulting team work across many training packages, licences and regulations. She strives to keep things simple and positive, cutting through the complexity of VET.