Accreditation is formal confirmation that the course:
The copyright of a VET accredited course is owned by an individual or organisation, whose contact details are listed on the national register. The content of the course is not publicly available.
Accreditation means a course may be eligible:
A VET accredited course must fulfill a training need not addressed by a training package, or address training in a new or emerging area.
A VET accredited course can be accredited for all qualification types recognised under the AQF that are eligible for delivery within the VET sector, including Certificate I, II, III, IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma.
You can also apply to accredit a course that results in a Statement of Attainment outcome.
Anybody can develop a course for accreditation but accredited courses can only be delivered by registered training organisations (RTOs) that:
Why you need us for your accredited course development
The accreditation process includes a number of steps:
Any accredited course application must comply with:
What we will provide/do for you
Our consultants can cater for all your course accreditation needs. We Can:
- Help you develop the course
- Help you manage the industry consultation process
- Help to prepare the accreditation application faster by:
- Helping you understand the accreditation process
- The standards for accredited courses and
- The requirements of the course accrediting body
- Can evaluate your course ensuring compliance with the applicable Standards
- Can make the accreditation submission and liaise with the course accrediting body on your behalf
- Can help you to respond to the accrediting body if further information is required
- Can assist you with one or every stage of the accreditation process. You choose the level of support.