Resources to help you in a range of issues affecting training providers, including insurance, reporting requirements, financial management, developing learning materials and business systems.
National Insurance Brokers Association of Australia - industry-specific insurance advice for training providers.
National Centre for Vocational Education Research - NCVER’s Portal provides easy access to research, data and other services without the need to login to download publications and data.
Student Training and Enrolment Logistics Application (STELA) - an online application for training providers to complete their AVETMISS reporting requirements.
Revenue SA and the Australian Taxation Office provide information on state and national taxes, plus details about the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and how it may impact on a training provider’s business.
National VET e-Learning - supporting training providers by sharing infrastructure and expertise relating to e-learning.
SA E-learning Support Services - local E-learning professional development calendar.
Training and assessment strategies
Learning and Assessment Strategies - the how to kit to guide practitioners in developing and validating learning and assessment strategies.
Validation and moderation
National Quality Council (NQC) – Code of Professional Practice for validation and moderation (PDF)
NQC Validation and Moderation – Guide for Developing Assessment Tools (PDF)
NQC Validation and Moderation – Implementation Guide (PDF)
Industry enterprise and RTO partnership: A guide for RTOs, enterprises and industry groups (Word) - a guide to establishing and maintaining effective partnerships in training and assessment.
Partnerships for VET in Schools: A good practice guide for schools and RTOs to working in partnership to deliver (Word).
Assessment using partnership arrangements (PDF) - a guide to setting up a partnership and implementing quality assurance processes.
The Australian Skills Quality Authority regulates offshore delivery of VET offshore.
VET glossary - a glossary from the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) to help you find your way through the VET system.