As a registered training organisation (RTO), you must ensure you are delivering quality training and assessment for individual students, industry and the vocational education and training (VET) sector.
The chief executive of every ASQA RTO signs a declaration under the Statutory Declarations Act 1959 stating that he or she:
- accepts responsibility for ensuring the organisation complies with the VET Quality Framework and all other applicable conditions of registration, and
- will ensure the organisation cooperates with ASQA in all audit and monitoring activities.
An RTO must ensure it complies with the conditions of its registration throughout the period of its registration. These conditions can include those that are described within the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 and apply to all RTOs, and those imposed by ASQA on the registration of a particular RTO.
As an RTO, your obligations include:
- complying with the requirements of the VET Quality Framework
- notifying ASQA of any material change or event (via asqanet)
- giving ASQA information that is lawfully requested
- cooperating with ASQA
- complying with ASQA’s general directions, and
- complying with any other conditions that ASQA may impose (RTOs are notified in writing of any conditions, or changes to conditions, imposed on their registration).