WHAT IS A TRAINING PARTNERSHIP?
A Training partnership is also known as third party arrangement or co-provider arrangement. A training partnership is a signed third party agreement between an RTO and individuals/businesses who are not Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s). To be able to train Nationally Recognised courses, training providers have to be an RTO or have a third party agreement with an RTO. In our case, First Aid Courses in Brisbane’s partnership agreement is with Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909. The RTO takes care of the compliance requirements and accreditation, so we can focus on delivering excellent training to our students.
A partner is someone who delivers training under a third party agreement whilst running their own business operations, All Training Partners are required to sign and agree to a ‘Service Agreement’ prior to the partnership being approved and delivering Nationally Recognised Training. The Service Agreement simply sets out each parties roles and responsibilities.
HOW DOES A PARTNERSHIP AFFECT A STUDENT?
WHAT IS AN RTO?
This course will be delivered in the workplace or at a All Training Services training facility.