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Annual Declaration on Compliance

About this Workshop

The ADC is a mechanism included in the Standards for RTOs to support RTO’s self-assurance, that requires the RTO (working as a team) to review its compliance performance and produce evidence that demonstrates the RTO’s ability to maintain compliance, identify, and rectify non-compliances. The RTO CEO is responsible for completing the ADC.
ASQA’s approach to the ADC has shifted from providing low value to the information received from CEOs, to using the data collected to determine its regulatory priorities. Consequently, RTO managers and CEOs have an increased interest in the quality of the self-assessment used to monitor operations, outcomes achieved and continuous improvement actions, prior to completing the annual declaration.
This workshop has been designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge to establish and implement an effective compliance self-assessment system to prevent, identify, and rectify non-compliances. Our experienced facilitators will demonstrate proven techniques to monitor and manage compliance for RTOs.

Why should I attend?

According to ASQA, 118 RTOs failed to complete their ADC in 2023. Many RTO CEOs are signing the ADC without having evidence of a comprehensive self-assessment of compliance performance. The main reasons for the lack of evidence produced and maintained by RTOs are:

  1. not having suitable self-assurance systems;
  2. lack of compliance skills within RTO staff; and
  3. not sufficient resources allocated to compliance monitoring activities.
The Annual Declaration on Compliance Workshop will provide you with tools to conduct all necessary compliance monitoring activities, including self-assessments (audits), quality checks, feedback analysis, and validations, which are the bases of a successful submission of the ADC. Our training works because:

Save your spot !

Join us in this insightful Workshop with our expert speaker, Javier Amaro. We only have a few slots for the Workshop so make sure to secure your spot today!

Date and time:

March  6 , 2024

9:00-5:00 PM

Location : 

SMC Sydney
66 Goulburn St, Sydney


A Statement of Attendance is issued on completion of live event activities.

Who should attend?

This workshop has been designed for:
RTO managers,
RTO staff involved in internal audits,
Staff that support RTO systems and processes,
Professionals that want to become an RTO consultant,
Individuals that want to consolidate existing knowledge and skills in RTO compliance management
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Identify and interpret VET regulation and current reform wave
Understand ASQA’s new approach to regulatory compliance
Determine strategies to monitor and evaluate RTO’s compliance performance
Understand principles to rectify non-compliances.
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Complete compliance policy mapping, within 30 days
Develop an internal compliance communication plan, within a week
Create an RTO internal audit program, within 30 days
Adopt a Compliance dashboard, within two months.
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Improve staff understanding and engagement in compliance by 30%
Reduce cost of compliance management by 30%
Improve your RTO performance on ASQA’s audits by 40%
Reduce duplication of compliance work by 25%.

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Pre-Conference : Annual Declaration on Compliance
$ 650
Available Tickets: 100
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3-Day Full Pass - Includes the Workshop
$ 1595
Available Tickets: 100
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