If your RTO is deemed non-compliant after an ASQA audit, you have the opportunity (in most cases) to address the non-compliance and provide additional evidence: “Rectifications”. According to ASQA, during the last three years the number of RTOs that fail to rectify non-compliances has increased significantly.
RTOs are required to produce rectification evidence that identifies and corrects those non-compliances that would negatively affect future learners. RTOs are also required to correct any non-compliances that may have negatively affected current and past learners.
This webinar will provide you with skills, knowledge and practical examples to produce effective rectification and remediation evidence following an ASQA audit.