As an approved Skills for All Training Provider you will be able to deliver government funded training to students in South Australia.
Who can apply to be a Skills for All Training Provider
You can apply to become a Skills for All Training Provider if you are a registered training organisation (RTO) by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
From 1 July, 2013 applications will only be accepted for Courses on the Skills for All Prescribed Courses List. See Apply to become a Skills for All Training Provider for the list.
The following information will assist in making a decision about your application:
RTOs with existing funding agreements
If you have a current funding agreement with the Minister for Employment, Higher Education and Skills, you need to apply to be a Skills for All Training Provider.
During the transition to Skills for All, any existing funding agreements with the Minister will continue in accordance with the terms of that agreement.
User Choice Teach Out contracts are in place until 31 December 2013 with RTOs (including Skills for All Training Providers) who had 2011-12 User Choice Contracts. These contracts allow students to complete qualifications if they cannot transition to Skills for All. No new enrolments will be made under these User Choice arrangements.
Apply to be a Skills for All Training Provider
Apply online for approval. Application is free.
- Read more at apply to become a Skills for All Training Provider.
- Read more about the Skills for All Training Provider contract.
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If you have a question about Skills for All, call our Infoline on 1800 506 266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.