In the world where competition is fierce, it is important that you have the right skills and Training to stand out. When it comes to training, there are over 4500 RTOs that deliver different training in various ways. With this in mind, it is important that you shop around before making a choice.
To help you get started, here are the factors to consider when comparing RTOs:
The first thing that you need to consider is the fee. At the onset, you have to ask much does an RTO charge for a course. When it comes to fees, you have to understand that RTO can set their own training or course fees. With this, the costs can vary.
You can contact the RTO directly for more information. When you inquire, make sure that you ask about the fees associated with completing the course like the tuition fees, service amenity fees as well as equipment or material costs.
Quality and experience
Next, you should determine the experience of the RTO. How long has the RTO been offering the training or course? By knowing this, you will get to know the quality of service they are offering. More importantly, you should look into the trainer and their experiences.
Another thing that you need to consider is the duration of the training. RTOs set their own course durations so the length can differ from one RTO to another. This is easy to determine because RTOs usually display the information on their lists for every course. Again, you can inquire directly for further information.
To be practical and consistent, you need to pick the closest RTO. You can visit RTOs during annual open days, which are usually in July or August. Open days are an excellent way for you to see where you would be studying. It will also allow you to speak to teachers.
You have to determine how the RTO delivers the course – will it be online or at your workplace? Will it be on the campus? You have to know the delivery mode so you can plan accordingly. You can find the delivery modes on the RTO page.
You have to know if the RTO offers VSL (VET Student Loans). A VSL approved RTO is required to provide their course price. You have to ensure if the RTO is able to offer loans for the course you wish to consider. You can go to the Department of Education’s VSL information page for a list of approved RTO offering VSL.
It is a big thing if the RTO provides support services like disability services, education support, and rural support. For more information, you need to contact the RTO directly.
More importantly, you have to determine if the RTO offers government-subsidised training. If it offers such, it should be listed clearly. You have to understand though that the subsidies vary from one state, course and RTO to another.
You have to know that training providers are required to market and advertise services accurately and ethically. Before you enroll, Nepean Industry Edge Training should supply you with the necessary information especially about the training, assessment as well as support services.