Important Update: The Annual Declaration of Compliance deadline has been moved to 30 April 2020 as per ASQA Chief Commissioner and CEO Saxon Rice’s update
All Registered Training Organisations registered before 2020 are required to complete an annual declaration of compliance before March 31. It states whether or not your RTO has met the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015. You can take this opportunity for your RTO to undertake self-assessment and improve some areas for your RTO to meet compliance requirements.
So what should I do to prepare for the annual declaration of compliance?
Your RTO should take a self-assessment of its compliance with the Standards and the conditions of registration. If you do not have RTO templates and tools to help you with the annual declaration of compliance, you may use ASQA’s Self-Assessment Tool.
You should also check if your RTO’s contact information in asqanet is correct or updated. Details such as your RTO’s CEO’s email address should be updated to make sure that you get emails from ASQA.
If the information you provided in asqanet is updated and correct and if your RTO undertakes regular self-assessment, then the process may go smooth and easy for you.
What should I do if my contact information in asqanet is outdated or incorrect?
Change your contact information in asqanet. If you did not receive an email from ASQA about the annual declaration of compliance, you should update your info and contact the ASQA Info Line to request that ASQA resend you an email.
What should I do if I think that my RTO isn’t compliant?
You should consult with an RTO consultancy firm to map out the areas where you may not meet the compliance requirements. They would be able to help your RTO’s internal processes with a massive range of services.
To get advice regarding which RTO consultancy firm to contact, get in touch with us now so we could refer an RTO consultancy firm that can help you with your needs.
If you are confident with your RTO’s marketing, recruitment, enrolment processes, etc., it is still possible for your RTO to encounter a common pitfall – non-compliant or messy training and assessment resources. Poor and outdated training and assessment resources not only affect your training and assessment delivery, but it will negatively affect your compliance with the Standards and your RTO’s reputation as well. Talk with us now for a personalised RTO training resources walkthrough or enquiries about RTO materials.
Additionally, if you are having problems with training delivery because of the recent crises in Australia, then you should consider getting quality course materials that support a more flexible delivery.
Enquire about quality training and assessment materials now to support your RTO’s compliance!
If you’ve ironed out any issues you may have with your resources or training materials, your processes, and have made rectifications after your self-assessments, then congratulations! You are now a few steps ahead of hitting your compliance targets!