After a well-deserved vacation, I decided to reflect over my time that I have been in the VET sector and look at the areas in the sector where I could add real value. Who did I want to help? Why? And How?
After much soul-searching, it became very clear to me that the area I could bring the most value to was helping registered training organisations cope with the ever-changing rules and regulations, by learning from the mistakes of the past and the pain points that I uncovered and overcome during my long career in the VET sector working with both large and small RTOs.
While the vision of the VET sector is a noble one – to provide real, usable skills to individuals across the country, the day-to-day realities of running a registered training organisation (RTO) often bury this vision. The ‘RTO world’ brings with it irregular cash flow, stringent compliance requirements, trying to stay abreast of and implement constant regulatory changes into the business, whilst keeping clients, students and staff happy. In most RTOs, all this is done by an over-worked and under-resourced team that is making decisions under constant pressure, which affect and inform the future of the RTO, it’s students, clients and staff.
While the vision of the VET sector is a noble one – to provide real, usable skills to individuals across the country, the day-to-day realities of running a registered training organisation (RTO) often bury this vision.
Enter Turning Point. I brought together some of the most efficient, experienced and results-focused people in the industry to become part of the team to help RTOs across the country become better at what they do. We stay on top of regulatory and compliance changes, so you don’t have to. We’re like a full-service RTO agency, partnering with RTOs to help them with compliance, staffing, claiming, training, business process improvement and a host of other areas.
We’re here to help RTOs across Australia be better, more efficient, make better-informed decisions and ultimately, deliver better outcomes to students, clients and our economy.
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