General construction induction RTOs
Only RTOs accredited by the ASQA with an agreement from us can deliver general construction induction training in NSW. Information on how to become one and how to change your details.
Approval to conduct training in NSW
To gain approval, the RTO must apply to us and sign an agreement that requires the RTO to comply with our administrative and delivery requirements, including our code of conduct.
To apply the RTO must:
- add the required unit of competency CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry to the RTO scope of registration with ASQA. Contact ASQA on 1300 701 801 for details.
- watch a series of four short videos to gain an understanding of our requirements:
- read the agreement to deliver general construction induction training and the Conditions for delivering general construction induction training and ensure that they (and any partners or contractors) can comply before signing.
You then need to send the signed agreement and a completed application to deliver general induction training (that includes the nominated trainers who will deliver the training services) to us for approval.
The application fee is shown in our list of fees and charges.
All RTOs and nominated assessors must comply with our conditions for delivering general construction induction training.
Change of trainer details
Complete the application to change the trainer details form. Changes must be notified to us within 14 days.
Change of Authorised Officer or RTO Contact Details
Complete the application to add or remove an authorised officer and/or change contact details. Changes must be notified to us within 14 days.
COVID-19 fee waivers
As part of the NSW Government’s COVID-19 economic stimulus package we are waiving the fee for a new RTO application for 12 months.
Please note that only 1 fee waiver per business/individual will be permitted during the 12 month period.
Call our Customer Service Centre on 13 10 50 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.