RTO stands for Registered Training Organisation. An RTO is an organisation, registered in accordance with the AQTF Standards for Registered Training Organisations. A RTO provides specific vocational education and training and/or assessment services. RTOs may include a range of services including TAFE institutes, private providers, community providers, schools, higher education institutions, industry organisations and enterprises.
VET stands for Vocational Education and Training. It is designed to prepare trainees with the skills and knowledge required for specific industries and jobs. This education model focuses on developing employability skills for a specific industry or trade. It supports a transition to employment, vocational and higher education pathways.
Yes,FYI Training is registered with the VRQA and is compliant with the AQTF Standards.
You will need to make an appointment to complete a literacy and numeracy questionnaire. Once this has been completed and passed, you will be asked to come back and fill in your enrolment form and pay for your materials fee and FYI Training polo shirt.
Additional eligibility criteria for the Victorian Training Guarantee came into effect from 8 February 2012. These criteria relate to how many government subsidised courses you can undertake in and year, and how many courses you can undertake at any one time.
The new criteria mean that you can:
No, we are not CRICROS registered, and therefore cannot offer any training places to international students.
Yes, you are required to pay a non-refundable materials fee. Refer to our fees and charges information.
You will also be required to purchase a FYI Training Polo Shirt for programs which have a work placement component. This cost is $24.00
Yes, you must apply for a Working with Children’s Check prior to the commencement of your program. We will supply you with a form if required. Please refer to www.justice.vic.gov.au/workingwithchildren.
You need to visit www.police.vic.gov.au and fill in the application form. Once this has been completed you will need to certify your identification documents and send it into the address provided on the form.
Please note that we can fill in a section of the form that will allow a discounted rate on the application. Prior to sending your application, bring it into us and we will be happy to fill in this section.
You will need a Police Check to work in Aged Care and Health Sectors.
No, work placement will allocated to you. We have a placement coordinator who will allocate you to a workplace, relevant to your course. This information will be given to you on your first or second training session.
You will not be able to commence your work placement unless you have the necessary documentation, working with children check or police check. If you cannot commence your placement during the period specified in your program, you will not be compliant with the program requirements and will be asked to defer your program.
Documentation needs to be returned to our office, prior to your commencement of placement.
In 2012 you are eligible for a government subsidised training place if you:
Meet one of the following citizen/residency status:
And are any of the following: