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What training providers need to know about training packages​

Information about training packages to help registered training organisations (RTOs) in the delivery of structured, accredited training.

Training packages

A training package is a set of nationally endorsed standards and qualifications used to recognise and assess the skills and knowledge people need to perform effectively in the workplace.

Training packages are a key resource for registered training organisations (RTOs) in the delivery of structured, accredited training. They are developed by national Industry Skills Councils.

A training package states what competencies need to be achieved but does not prescribe how an individual should be trained. It is the responsibility of the RTO, through its trainers, to develop teaching strategies and assessment methods to meet the needs, abilities and circumstances of learners.

Training package standards

Standards for Training Packages. Visit the National Skills Standards Council.

Implementation Guides

South Australia uses hours from Victorian Purchasing Guides (VPG). Visit the Victorian Training Support Network.

Continuous Improvement Plans

Each Industry Skills Council (ISCs) produces a Continuous Improvement Plan.

These outline the changes to be made to the endorsed components of training packages in order to meet the existing and emerging skill needs of industry.

The Plan is updated annually, and posted on each ISC’s website to ensure industry, training providers and training authorities are able to plan and respond accordingly.

Subscribe to the Industry Skills Council's (ISC) industry newsletters for your area of interest and keep up-to-date with the latest news and information.

If you register on the ISC Continuous Improvement Registers you may provide comments on training packages.

AgriFood Skills Australia

Subscribe to the AgriFood newsletter.

Subscribe to the AgriFood Register for continuous improvement.

Auto Skills Australia

Subscribe to the Auto Skills Australia newsletter.

Subscribe to the Auto Skills Australia Register for continuous improvement.

Construction and Property Services (CPSISC)

Subscribe to the Construction & Property Services newsletter.

Subscribe to the Construction & Property Services Register for continuous improvement.

Community Services and Health (CSH)

Subscribe to the Community Services and Health newsletter.

Subscribe to the Community Services and Health Register for continuous improvement.

ElectroComms and Energy Utilities

View the E-Oz Energy Skills Australia e-news.

View the E-Oz Energy Skills Australia Industry Training Packages.

ForestWorks

Subscribe to the ForestWorks newsletter.

Subscribe to the ForestWorks Register for continuous improvement.

Government Skills Australia

Subscribe to the Government Skills Australia newsletter.

View Government Skills Australia training packages.

Innovation and Business Skills Australia (IBSA)

Subscribe to the Innovation & Business Skills Australia newsletter.

Subscribe to the Innovation & Business Skills Australia Register for continuous improvement.

Manufacturing Skills Australia (MSA)

Subscribe to the Manufacturing Skills Australia newsletter

Subscribe to the Manufacturing Skills Australia Register for continuous improvement.

Service Skills Australia

Subscribe to the Service Skills newsletter.

Subscribe to the Service Skills Register for continuous improvement.

SkillsDMC

Subscribe to the SkillsDMC Australia newsletter.

Subscribe to the SkillsDMC Australia Register for continuous improvement.

Transport and Logistics

Subscribe to the Transport & Logistics newsletter.

Subscribe to the Transport & Logistics Register for continuous improvement.

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