Welcome to Staysafe Industry Training
Staysafe Industry Training is an Australian Qualifications Skills Authority Registered Training Organisation (RTO 40963) offering nationally recognised training.
We deliver all qualifications and units on our scope throughout Australia. Our Head Office is at Raby, NSW with delivery sites at Peregian Springs, QLD and Keswick, Adelaide, SA.
We offer a range of training options in the construction industry on the Sunshine Coast (primarily), Brisbane and Gold Coast. However, the need to diversify into other trade areas has also been identified in collaboration with industry.
Who is Staysafe
Our mission is to break down barriers that stop people in urban, rural and remote communities from accessing opportunities to learn and deepen their knowledge and skills to gain nationally accredited units in partial completion of a qualification or a full qualification.
Our mission will be achieved through consultation, collaboration and partnerships with communities throughout Australia where quality, diversity and inclusiveness are at the forefront.
Transparency: Acting in good faith with others to achieve shared goals and objectives
Diversity: understanding that each individual is unique, and recognising our individual differences
Collaboration: by consulting with employers from small and large businesses who have a vision of empowering their employees and others within the community
Quality: by maintaining compliance, offering quality training and assessment materials, activities, qualified trainers and assessors
Inclusiveness: by including people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized, such as those who have physical or mental disabilities and members of minority groups.
The Staysafe Industry Training partnership program is a self employment opportunity aimed at individuals, community or industry organisations who have a desire to offer nationally recognised training and assessment services without becoming a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
We welcome partnerships in urban, rural and remote communities to close training gaps in your local market. We want to be proactive in providing a service to your community.
While becoming an RTO may not be a solution as start-up is costly and compliance a burden, we have a partnership program allowing you to offer training and assessment in any State of Australia, without the need to become an RTO.
If what we have on our scope does not fit your needs, we can certainly look at adding to our scope. However, before we get to that stage there are formal steps to be followed in deciding to form a partnership.
Click on the learn more button to go to the Staysafe partnership program page.
If you have an idea of the type of training, either a single unit or qualification, but may be uncertain of the unit and qualification code and title, we will help determine this and to choose elective units to fit job roles.
Training style and environment is another consideration, such as face to face, distance, e-learning or blended learning.
Staysafe Industry Training will support you from beginning, middle and end so you are comfortable with the process.
If this is of interest, we would like to hear from you. Check our Staysafe partnership program page, read the steps and if it is for you, click on the enquiry form.
Once the partnership enquiry form has been received, we will contact you within 24 hours.
Audit services – what price do you put on compliance?
Staysafe Industry Training provides a range of review and audit services against the Registered Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015. Services includes:
- Quarterly reviews to maintain compliance
- Review of training strategy documents
- Review of training materials and assessment tools
- Review of internal policies and procedures
- Review of trainer and assessor profiles including sufficient professional development in VET and Vocational
- Addition to scope
- Attending an ASQA audit
- RTO renewal application
- After an ASQA audit such as reviewing evidence presented at audit and the audit report including responding to the auditor report
- Any other ASQA compliance issue
Disability training mentoring services
Tolerance and inclusiveness means breaking down barriers such as isolation, exclusion, marginalisation, misunderstanding and discrimination by creating opportunity, one on one mentoring, training, and treating those with disability fairly and equally.
What services can Staysafe provide for disability?
Reasonable adjustment in assessment is underpinned by the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the Disability Standards for Education 2005. Sometimes reasonable adjustments, are made to:
- an admission or
- learning environment
- training delivery
- learning resources and/or assessment tasks to accommodate the particular needs of a learner with a disability.
An adjustment is reasonable if it can accommodate the learner’s particular needs, while also taking into account factors such as:
- the views of the learner
- the potential effect of the adjustment on the learner and others
- the costs and benefits of making the adjustment.
In assessing whether a particular adjustment for a student is reasonable, regard should be had for all the relevant circumstances and interests including the following:
- the students disability
- consulting with the student or the students associate
- the effect of the adjustment on the student, including the effect on the student’s
- ability to achieve learning outcomes
- and ability to participate in courses and programs and independence
- the effect of the proposed adjustment on anyone else affected, including the staff, education provider, staff and other students; the costs and benefits of making the adjustment.