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National Training and Assessment Program EOI

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander National Trainer and Assessor Program is designed to build VET workforce capacity across our ACCHRTO’s nationally. The aim of the program is to ensure you have fully qualified, work ready, trainers and assessors within your RTOs.

The EOI application process is the first step in participant recruitment and outlines prerequisites for enrolment.  It is critical, that everyone wanting to participate in the program fills out the EOI, even if you haven’t yet identified a future trainer. In this instance, please identify the cohort you’d like to participate in and state TBA.

The program has been designed as four skill-sets to enable the students to train under practice while completing their studies. This approach also allows RTO’s to mentor and support the student during their training.

Finally, given this program is designed to enable students to begin their training journey as soon as possible, the prerequisites take into account not only the Certificate IV Training and Assessment course requirements but also the on the job training and assessment compliance requirements.

The applications for cohorts 1, 2 and 3 will be assessed by a panel taking into consideration the following but not limited to;

    • the need and size of the RTO
    • the jurisdiction/national delivery reach
    • the scope of delivery, both current and projected future of the RTO
    • the current number of trainers and assessors of the RTO
    • the RTOs capacity to take on trainers and assessors

Please complete the EOI application for all participants and return the completed form to workforce@naccho.org.au by CoB Friday 7 June 2024.

If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact me on 0498 346 911 or christine.stokes@naccho.org.au

Fill out the EOI here.

Course overview.