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RTO Self-Assessment Tool

This ASQA Self-Assessment Checklist is a crucial tool designed to help Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) in Australia evaluate their RTO compliance with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards. This comprehensive checklist enables RTOs to conduct thorough self-assessments, ensuring they meet all regulatory requirements and maintain the highest quality of vocational education and training.

This checklist aids in identifying areas for improvement and ensuring continuous compliance. The checklist is ideal for RTO administrators and compliance officers who are committed to upholding excellence in their training programs. The tool is not a prescribed requirement, does not form part of the Standards, and has no legal authority. Visit our RTO Compliance guide to understand more about ASQA requirements.

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Here’s What’s Inside:

Our RTO self-assessment tool includes the following sections to help you stay on top of ASQA compliance requirements:

  • Section 1: RTO Details
  • Section 2: Marketing and recruitment
  • Section 3: Enrolment
  • Section 4: Support and Progression
  • Section 5: Training and assessment
  • Section 6: Completion
  • Section 7: Standards relevant to regulatory compliance and governance practice

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