College of Nursing Education & Training Australia is responsible for ensuring ongoing compliance with the Standards for Registered Training Organizations, including where services may be delivered on the RTO’s behalf.
As a student with College of Nursing Education & Training Australia, you are responsible for your own actions.
All students are required to complete an enrolment form prior to course commencement to ascertain contact details, Unique Student Identifier, course of interest, emergency contact details, whether there is any recognition of prior learning and to collect the relevant statistical information required for AVETMISS reporting.
College of College of Nursing Education & Training Australia guarantees that the services provided by College of College of Nursing Education & Training Australia will be:
Where there are any changes to the agreed services that will affect the learner, including in the event of College of College of Nursing Education & Training Australia closing down, the RTO will advise the learner in writing within 10 business days of the event, this includes changes to any new third-party arrangements or a change of ownership or any changes to existing third party arrangements.
The purpose of the Training Evaluation Form is to collect feedback from students on the delivery of training and assessment, including training facilities, the trainers’ skills and knowledge, as well as feedback on the resources utilised for delivery of training, and overall satisfaction ranking with the course.
LLN support is available to provide students with advice and support services in the provision of language, literacy and numeracy assessment services.
The RTO caters to diverse client learning needs and aims to identify and respond to the learning needs of all students. All students are encouraged to express their views about their learning needs at all stages of their learning experience from the initial enrolment and induction stage.
Assessors are responsible for ensuring that all assessments are conducted in accordance with the principles of assessment and the rules of evidence.
All students are eligible to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning and are advised of this on the back of the Enrolment Agreement Form and on the course flyer.
College of Nursing Education & Training Australia will not condone cheating or plagiarism in any form by students of the RTO and will ensure that these standards are upheld. Trainers must be diligent in reducing potential opportunities for cheating and plagiarism to occur by adhering to our policy on Cheating and Plagiarism.
A key process for managing continuous improvement throughout the RTO is through identifying “Opportunities for Improvement”, these can be improvements to Training and Assessment, Client Services or Management Systems.
In determining whether a student is competent/or not yet competent, the student is assessed against the requirements of the qualification, including the units of competencies and the performance criteria and assessment requirements within the units of competency.
All student records, such as personal details and records of participation and progress (this includes data collected on the Enrolment Agreement Form and assessment results that are collected), are kept within a secure area (both electronic and hard files).
AQF Certifications issued by other Registered Training Organisations (RTO) are recognised by College of Nursing Education & Training Australia, this enables individuals to receive national recognition of their achievements.
The Unique Student Identifier (USI) scheme, enabled by the Student Identifiers Act 2014, allows learners to access a single online record of their VET achievements. The scheme also allows for reliable confirmation of these achievements by employers and other RTOs.
Staff and students have the right to submit a complaint if they wish to express discontent against another person or a complaint against the RTOs process or system. In order to ensure that complaints are dealt with in a timely manner, we have implemented a complaints process.
The student has the right to appeal on an assessment result if they believe that the result given was unfair or unjustified.
Prepaid fees include all fees paid in advance from individual leaners and prospective students. These requirements do not apply to employers engaging the RTO to provide training/assessment to its staff.
When undertaking work experience, the student acknowledges that they must observe the employers Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) Policies and all workplace practices, as instructed by the employer, including Equal Rights, Equal Opportunity, and the Anti-Discrimination Acts. In consideration of all the RTO clients and students it is important that adherence to all legislative acts and regulations are observed while undertaking training.
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Current Update (V.1.2) : May 2023
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