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Running an efficient training organisation means providing quality training and assessment as well as handling employee issues when they surface. And when we look at it, managing employees can be one of the most difficult aspects of running your RTO.
Training and assessment resources are sometimes the biggest investment you will make within your RTO. They take time and often money to get them right.
Today I want to rave about some of the fantastic RTOs I have been visiting recently. YES rave – they are really trying to offer their participants something that can assist them going forward. It is these RTOs that help keep the great name for training in Australia.
Setting up an RTO starts with planning. The foundation of a successful RTO service is really understanding the demographics that the service appeals to. Who are the people you will attract into your RTO? Where do they live, who do they interact with; are they old, young, men, women; do they enjoy certain activities?
The new RTO Privacy Notice no longer requires Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) to collect and keep a record of student consent. RTOs are still required to provide the RTO Privacy Notice to all students at enrolment. The new format removes the need to record and report student consent, making the enrolment process simpler.