Q: What are the advantages of studying at an RTO?
Today there are so many study options available, and it is critical that learners undertake the proper training through reputable and accredited learning providers. They must be able to confidently select a qualification that gives them the outcome they need to advance their careers, fits in with their time frame and is achievable and affordable.
Do RTOs offer a better quality of training?
To become an RTO (registered training organisation), the provider must meet a rigorous and high-level government standard of education and be registered with the ASQA (Australian Skills Quality Authority). These standards include quality teaching and course material and appropriate knowledge and skill outcomes.
RTOs generally offer excellent student support services and a more targeted curriculum for their qualifications allowing the learner only to study what is essential in the fastest, most appropriate way.
Does studying through an RTO make me more attractive to future employers?
Qualifications achieved through training at an RTO are an advantage when applying for a job.
Prospective employers can be assured that your qualifications are at an industry standard and that the skills you can bring to the role are appropriate and adequate.
Can a qualification from an RTO earn me more money?
Having completed studies through an RTO makes you a valuable asset to a hiring company and can lead to a higher wage based on your skillset and quality qualification.
A qualification obtained through an RTO can be a pathway to other qualifications, including bachelor’s degrees. This means you can become qualified for much higher-paying roles in a shorter period of time and can be confident that you are on the best pathway to reach your goals.
Do RTOs Issue nationally recognised qualifications?
All RTOs are registered with the Australian Government or the Victorian Government. They must all meet government quality standards and deliver accredited training, resulting in nationally recognised qualifications.