CIV in RTO Compliance

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11075NAT Certificate IV in Vocational Education and Training Compliance

The CIV in RTO Compliance is a nationally accredited course that has been specifically developed to help RTO Compliance Officers and Compliance Administrative Officers navigate their way through the complexities of RTO Compliance.

This course is perfect for RTO Compliance Officers, Compliance Administrative Officers and Compliance Practitioners working in an RTO compliance support role.

With the VET sector being as highly regulated as it is, your RTO’s compliance with the NVR act, the standards for RTOs and the various other laws and regulations is critical.  ASQA’s focus on provider self-assurance means that your RTO must be able to demonstrate practices, systems and processes to critically examine its performance and student outcomes on an ongoing basis.

As a VET Compliance Practitioner, there are several skills, abilities and knowledge areas that are essential for you to be 100% effective in your RTO compliance role, including:

• a thorough, in-depth understanding of the correct interpretation of the standards for RTOs
• a thorough, in-depth understanding of to effectively implement the standards for RTOs in your RTO’s compliance system
• the skills and knowledge to rectify non-compliances that have been identified during internal compliance reviews
This course is perfect for RTO Compliance Officers, Compliance Administrative Officers, and Compliance Practitioners working in an RTO compliance support role.

The CIV in RTO compliance includes the following components:

Promote a culture of compliance
• BSBAUD412 Work within compliance frameworks
• BSBHRM413 Support the learning and development of teams and individuals
Audit the RTO’s operations
• BSBAUD411 Participate in quality audits
• BSBAUD511 Initiate quality audits
Develop policies for the RTO
• BSBSTR503 Develop organizational policy
Monitor the RTO compliance operations
• NAT11075001 Contribute to monitoring a registered training organization scope of registration
• NAT11075002 Monitor and update a registered training organization data management systems
• NAT11075003 Review and monitor a registered training organization contractual activity and obligations

Once you have completed the course you will be awarded a 11075NAT Certificate IV in Vocational Education and Training Compliance qualification

This course is delivered as follows:

• Self-paced online learning
• Resource libraries
• Ongoing support
• On-demand coaching
Resources
AICP will provide you with all the learning resources needed. Our resources are custom developed and completely contextualized to the VET sector which means that you will be able to implement what you learn, as you learn.

Although learners typically complete this course within 8 months, your course enrolment can be extended by an additional 3 months, subject to AICP’s policies and procedures. 

Assessments are all work-place relevant and full or partial RPL and/or credit transfer is available.

Entrants to the Cert IV in RTO Compliance must meet all the following criteria:

• be over 18 years of age
• be employed by an RTO AND have access to an AVETMISS 8.0 compliant student management system (or its successor) and learner data whilst completing this course
• have access to a computer (with Adobe Reader, Microsoft Word® and a web browser installed), a scanner and relevant IT hardware to complete an online course, have access to the internet, have access to a video and audio recording device such as a ‘smart phone’ or web cam
• a minimum of 6 months’ employment with an RTO working within an area of compliance or quality control OR completed Module 1 of The RTO standards unpacked! non-accredited course.
• a high level of language, literacy and numeracy levels; sufficient to interpret and analysis complex documents, prepare written reports and develop organisational documents
• an intermediate level of technology skills – sufficient to use computer programs and software
• support of an experienced RTO Compliance Practitioner  within an RTO environment to practice and develop skills

As part of their enrolment, entrants to the program must provide a signed statutory declaration confirming that they meet these entry requirements.

$2,950 with easy payment options for self-funded learners

Please contact AICP if your RTO would like to enrol 4 staff members or more in this course.

Upgrade your CIV in RTO Compliance to CIV Compliance Plus

Given that may of the clauses within the standards for RTOs interact with one another, and without a comprehensive understanding of each clause and the relationship between the various clauses, your effectiveness as a compliance practitioner is limited and you cannot be fully effective unless you have a complete and comprehensive understanding of the interpretation and application of the clauses within the standards for RTOs.
In module 1 of the RTO standards unpacked! we unpack the standards to a practical level where the meanings and interpretations of each standard/clause are explained for everyday use.
At the end of this component, you will have the skills and knowledge to:
• understand the full meaning of the clauses in the standards for RTOs
• understand how the various clauses in the standards for RTOs are interlinked
• determine how each clause within the standards for RTOs is interpreted for ongoing compliance
• identify the compliance requirements of each clause in the standards for RTOs
• implement the standards for RTOs in your RTO’s day-to-day operations
Entrants to the cert IV in RTO compliance must meet all the following criteria:
• be over 18 years of age
• be employed by an RTO AND have access to an AVETMISS 8.0 compliant student management system (or its successor) and learner data whilst completing this course
• have access to a computer (with Adobe Reader, Microsoft Word® and a web browser installed), a scanner and relevant IT hardware to complete an online course, have access to the internet, have access to a video and audio recording device such as a ‘smart phone’ or web cam
• a minimum of 6 months’ employment with an RTO working within an area of compliance or quality control OR completed Module 1 of The RTO standards unpacked! non-accredited course.
• a high level of language, literacy and numeracy levels; sufficient to interpret and analysis complex documents, prepare written reports and develop organisational documents
• an intermediate level of technology skills – sufficient to use computer programs and software
• support of an experienced RTO compliance practitioner  within an RTO environment to practice and develop skills

As part of their enrolment, entrants to the program must provide a signed statutory declaration confirming that they meet these entry requirements.

All AICP learners can upgrade to the compliance plus program for an additional $550 plus GST (this is a saving of $345 off the cost of module 1 of the RTO standards unpacked! course).