Principle 6

The training plan should be relevant to and supportive of industry standards and in the workplace setting.

Purpose

To ensure the training being undertaken by the apprentice meets current industry standards and is supported by appropriate work within the workplace.

The RTO is to ensure that in developing the training plan the workplace requirements are taken into consideration and the employer and apprentice understand the relationship between work tasks to be performed and the units of competency to be achieved.

The training plan should also identify any units of competency that are required in achievement of the qualification but cannot be achieved in the workplace due to the work of the organisation and how these will be delivered and assessed by the RTO. Conversely the RTO should also identify any units of competency that are required to be delivered fully on the job and how these are to be monitored and assessed.

Last updated: 05 June 2019

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