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RTO Compliance

The Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF2010) and the NVR Standards are the agreed framework for the VET system. 

RTO Support can help you, whether you want to become a Registered Training Organisation, are an existing Registered Training Organisation who wants to check compliance in preparing for an AQTF audit or NVR Audit.

 The AQTF2010 and NVR standards look complicated and time consuming but RTOsupport can help. We can help you prepare for your next or initial Audit. We can simplify the process by helping you develop checklists, writing documents and templates for assessing and validating not only your systems but your assessments to.

We can work with you to write Policies, Procedures, Systems, Manuals and Quality standards that are tailored to your organisation. As a Registered Training Organisation you must internally audit your business against the AQTF Standards to ensure continued compliance. RTOsupport can conduct an audit or a yearly audit to highlight any non compliance issues that your RTO may have.

The audit will take the form of a visit to your office to evaluate the management of the RTO and whether or not it is meeting the conditions of its registration.

This is more efficient and effectively carried out when an external person performs the audit as the auditor is impartial and can easily see whether compliance is being met or not.

Please call to discuss any audit concerns that you may have

1300 728 148




AUDITS .... great site to get info from www.training.com.au

The audit process – step by step guide

Audit procedures to check a registered training organisation’s (RTO) compliance with the Australian Quality Training Framework 2007 (AQTF 2007) Essential Standards for Registration can vary between the states and territories, but the general principles of these procedures remain constant.

An audit will comprise:

  • an opening meeting
  • evidence gathering
  • an exit meeting.

Audit times vary according to the complexity of the RTO’s business. On average, audits take five to six hours to complete, although some audits can take two days.

The opening meeting

During the opening meeting, the auditor will confirm the purpose and scope of the audit and describe the methods the audit team will use to gather evidence of the RTO’s compliance with AQTF standards. The lead auditor, the chief executive officer of the RTO and the staff member appointed to accompany the audit team must attend the opening meeting.

Evidence gathering

Auditors gather evidence through a variety of techniques such as:

  • examining RTO documents and records
  • talking with trainers, learners and the employers of learners
  • observing the RTO’s practice
  • viewing RTO resources and facilities.

During the audit, the audit team makes notes of their observations and should discuss their findings with the RTO staff member accompanying them.

The RTO must fully cooperate with the audit team and the audit process, taking all reasonable steps to present evidence that demonstrates its compliance.

The RTO will be given opportunities to provide additional evidence where the initial evidence does not confirm compliance with the AQTF standards.

The exit meeting

In the exit meeting, the auditor provides the RTO with written or verbal feedback on the findings. In response, the RTO can ask questions and provide more information. This process allows the auditor and RTO to discuss strategies for addressing findings.

The chief auditor, the chief executive officer of the RTO and the staff member appointed to accompany the audit team must attend the exit meeting.

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Audit procedures to check a registered training organisation’s (RTO) compliance with the Australian Quality Training Framework 2007 (AQTF 2007) Essential Standards for Registration can vary between the states and territories, but the general principles of these procedures remain constant.

An audit will comprise:

  • an opening meeting
  • evidence gathering
  • an exit meeting.

Audit times vary according to the complexity of the RTO’s business. On average, audits take five to six hours to complete, although some audits can take two days.

The opening meeting

During the opening meeting, the auditor will confirm the purpose and scope of the audit and describe the methods the audit team will use to gather evidence of the RTO’s compliance with AQTF standards. The lead auditor, the chief executive officer of the RTO and the staff member appointed to accompany the audit team must attend the opening meeting.

Evidence gathering

Auditors gather evidence through a variety of techniques such as:

  • examining RTO documents and records
  • talking with trainers, learners and the employers of learners
  • observing the RTO’s practice
  • viewing RTO resources and facilities.

During the audit, the audit team makes notes of their observations and should discuss their findings with the RTO staff member accompanying them.

The RTO must fully cooperate with the audit team and the audit process, taking all reasonable steps to present evidence that demonstrates its compliance.

The RTO will be given opportunities to provide additional evidence where the initial evidence does not confirm compliance with the AQTF standards.

The exit meeting

In the exit meeting, the auditor provides the RTO with written or verbal feedback on the findings. In response, the RTO can ask questions and provide more information. This process allows the auditor and RTO to discuss strategies for addressing findings.

The chief auditor, the chief executive officer of the RTO and the staff member appointed to accompany the audit team must attend the exit meeting.

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