Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
Since its initial involvement with vocational training in the mid 1970's, Mission Australia has played a major role in providing quality training and education programs to better the lives of thousands of individuals through a wide range of learning programs. The RTO understands that all individuals learn differently and that everyone has different past learning experiences. With many years’ experience tailoring courses to meet the needs of individuals, the RTO has a range of accredited and non-accredited courses in:
- Pre-employment training
- Foundation skills and life skills
- Training and assessment
Mission Australia's Registered Training Organisation (RTO ID 6966) is registered with the national regulator (The Australian Skills Quality Authority – ASQA) and is committed to meeting the legislative requirements of the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 and the ASQA Standards for RTOs 2015. The RTO holds ASQA registration until November 2024.
For RTO details and a full list of current accredited courses, please visit the training.gov.au website
Through our IEPs Mission Australia can provide employers with cultural awareness training, where necessary, so they have a good understanding of Aboriginal people and their values.Registration certificate
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