Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

A (full or partial) official qualification can be obtained using your existing skills through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). RPL considers not only any prior education you may have had, but also any work-related, life-related, or volunteer experience you may have amassed. All RTOs are expected to give students access to an RPL assessor, who will ask you to show proof that your knowledge and abilities match the necessary standards.

A business that is registered to offer nationally recognized qualifications is known as a Registered Training Organization (RTO). RTOs must adhere to standards outlined in the 2015 Standards for Registered Training Organizations (RTOs) and are routinely audited against the standards.

For a particular industry, industry sector, or enterprise, a training package is a collection of competency requirements, credentials, and assessment criteria that have received national endorsement: A qualification earned through a training program is acknowledged all over Australia.

All states and territories will accept a nationally recognized credential. They can be recognized by the logo that reads “Nationally Recognized Training.”

The Registered Training Organizations’ (RTOs’) 2015 Standards for Registered Training Organizations (RTOs). RTOs are audited in accordance with the standards pertaining to every area of their operations, including learning and evaluation, recordkeeping procedures, employee qualifications, financial procedures, and privacy.

A unique student identifier is typically a number or code assigned to students enrolled in public schools that allow state education agencies, districts, schools, collegiate institutions, researchers, and others to monitor, track, organize, and transfer student records more efficiently and reliably.

Getting a Unique Student Identifier (USI) is quick, easy and free. Follow the steps below to create your USI. Find out how to create a USI on behalf of another person.

  • Go to the USI Registry System, and have a valid form of ID ready. 
  • Agree to the terms and conditions (if you have previously agreed to the terms and conditions, you might not see this step).
  • Select Create USI.
  • Select your evidence of identity document (see the types of ID you can use).
  • Enter your personal details exactly as they appear on your form of ID.

    If the name you use for business or official purposes is not the name on your form of ID, you can choose to enter this in the preferred name field.
  • Enter your contact details, including at least two contact methods.
  • Confirm your identity. The USI Registry System will check and confirm your identity using the ‘Documentation Verification Service’ (DVS).
  • Secure your account with a USI password and check questions.

Yes. You will receive a qualification and an academic transcript that lists every unit you’ve finished along with your grade, provided you demonstrate competency.

Your performance is evaluated according to whether you are competent or not. No one can pass or fail. You are either competent or not competent (that is, you have the abilities, knowledge, and attitudes necessary to carry out a certain task or role) (ie. Further training is required).

No, most organizations have an option for recognition of prior learning (RPL).

Vocational training is open to people of all ages.

Since they are businesses, training organizations are free to decide how much their courses will cost. The amount of classroom training, the venues used, and other factors like the resources available are typically reflected in the fees. However, regardless of the company you select, the participant price remains the same when the course is delivered under a financed arrangement.

Regardless of the organization you select, the competency requirements applied and the qualification granted have the same meaning.

What may change are:

  • The units that are selected to make up the qualification
  • The method of training
  • The skills of the trainer
  • Venues
  • Assessment methods
  • Funding arrangements
  • Time taken to complete the qualification

Being competent means that you possess the necessary set of abilities, knowledge, and attitudes to carry out a specific work or duty.

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The type of government funding will determine this. Certain programs, including new apprenticeships, have special qualifying requirements depending on your career history and other factors. For detailed guidance on the funding that applies to courses, contact us.

In order for them to reply and maybe allay your fears, complaints about training businesses should first be sent to the specific training company. You could also get in touch with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). http://www.asqa.gov.au/complaints/complaints.html

 The Commonwealth, state, and territory governments collaborated to create the National Training Complaints Hotline.

There is now a single number that anyone with a complaint or question regarding the training industry may contact, allowing them to make a complaint and have it forwarded to the appropriate authority for review.

You can, of course. However, if you’re enrolling as an apprentice or trainee, you should talk to your employer before choosing a training provider. They may already be in agreements with a certain business. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you want to talk about anything related to our organization.

The level of learning will be evaluated in relation to the course’s stated learning objectives by a certified teacher or instructor who is qualified to teach the course.

In a program, a person may receive up to 100% credit. There is no restriction on how many courses a student may RPL.

You can request a copy of your credentials by contacting the institution where you finished your study. The assessor will ask you to provide evidence of your competency in other ways if this isn’t possible.

Let us handle that. Elpida Education’s RPL Skills Assessor will get in touch with you to let you know which units you qualify for credit if you submit the necessary documents. If you are aware of the requirements for the units, you can state in Part 2 of the application the units you intend to RPL, which will help the RPL Skills Assessor and expedite the application process.

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