A beginner’s guide to the NVR Standards
National - Introduction Series
Thu 27 Mar 2014, 1:00pm to 3:00pm AEDT
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|Location||At your desk, Webinar, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$129|
|Cost inc. GST ||$155|
|Who should attend?||
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The national VET Quality Framework is the basis for registered training organisations’ (RTO) approval to deliver nationally accredited qualifications and courses. This session will introduce new RTO staff and intending providers to the Standards outlined in the national VET Quality Framework. It will interpret the intentions of the Standards and identify what is required to be compliant against the core Standards as well as common areas of non-compliance. Participants will consider different approaches to managing the operations of the RTO in terms of the key Standards from the national VET Quality Framework.
By the end of this webinar, participants will have the knowledge and skills to:
- interpret the national VET Quality Framework
- identify RTO’s responsibilities for compliance
- identify potential areas of non-compliance, and
- assist an RTO’s compliance practice.
Facilitated by: Susan Foster
Sue has over 40 years of experience in education and training. Her experience includes auditing RTOs against the AQTF and the NVR Quality Framework as well as developing policy advice and resources to support regulation and implementation of the AQTF.
Recent projects included working on the writing team for the AQTF Users Guides to the Essential Conditions and Standards for Continuing and Initial Registration, developing the Good Practice Guide for Offshore VET Delivery to assist providers of VET offshore and providing policy advice on quality assurance of offshore delivery for the National Quality Council. Sue has provided professional development services for the broad VET community in a range of areas including: compliance with national standards, offshore delivery and compliance, workforce management and skills retention in regional communities and developing communities of practice.