Non-accredited training (or learning) refers to structured learning, that does not lead to a qualification within the Australia Qualifications Framework (AQF). It includes non-accredited workplace training, that is, training that does not lead to a recognised qualification.
Some examples of types of non-formal courses include:
- Work-related courses (e.g. anti-money laundering, workplace induction, verification of competency)
- Hobby and recreation courses (e.g., languages, pole dancing)
- Personal enrichment courses (e.g. personal development, instruction skills, public speaking)
NCA Training offers a number of non-accredited programs, including educational or training activities, seminars, courses and short programs.
- Non-accredited programs do not require AQF approval.
- Non-accredited programs will not attract credit towards awards but may provide an increase in skills, knowledge and application in the work or home environment
- Participants in non-accredited programs will not receive an award as recognition of completion.
- The administration of non-accredited programs is carried out by the RTO offering the program.
- The RTO will issue a statement of attendance/completion to participants on completion of the non-accredited program.
NCA Training can conduct training courses at your facility under the following requirements:
- Minimum 8 participants
- Maximum 20 participants (conditions apply)
- Suitable room for theory component
- Suitable area for practical component (risk assessment and site inspection conducted)
** Additional charges may occur for travel outside of Northern Rivers area
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