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RTO Training and Assessment Strategy

A RTO Training and Assessment Strategy (TAS) is the roadmap developed by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) to represent its plan for the delivery of a VET course.

Our RTO Training Resources and Assessment strategy includes all the relevant information to meet the requirements of SRTO clauses 1.1-14/ AQTF 1.2. This document will also guide you and your RTO to provide structure and quality training.

Our RTO Training and Assessment Resources strategy includes, but is not limited to, the following information:

  • The target learner or cohort
  • The mode of delivery
  • Entry requirements
  • Licensing or regulatory requirements
  • Language literacy and numeracy requirements
  • The units of competency
  • Unit hours allocation to meet required amount of training and rationale for the amount of training
  • Work placement arrangements if applicable
  • The learning delivery methods and activities
  • The assessment methods and tasks
  • The resources and equipment requirements
  • Plan for evaluation and continuous improvement

You will need to contextualise the document based on your RTO cohort requirements, policies, procedures, and system.

If you would like us to contextualise the TAS for your RTO then please contact us via or call us on 1800 9595 958.

An RTO Training and Assessment Strategy is essential for an RTO and is a roadmap that represent a plan on the structure and method the RTO will deliver its VET course. It is a framework that guides you through the learning requirements and the training and assessment strategy of a qualification. Whereas a learning program provides the Trainer/Assessor with the competencies being delivered and how the assessment should be undertaken, from this the Trainer can develop a session plan and delivery plan.

VET Resources provide RTO Training Resources and Assessment that comply with the requirements of SRTO clauses 1.1-14/AQTF 1.2. The RTO Training and Assessment Resources available from VET Resources are very comprehensive and include information such as mode of delivery, entry requirements, language literacy and numeracy requirements, the units of competency, the assessment methods and tasks, the resources and equipment requirements and many more.

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