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Role and responsibilities
Guide for supervising registered training organisations
Understand your role and responsibilities as a supervising registered training organisation. This guide also provides information on inducting employers, apprentices and trainees in Queensland.
Guide to school-based apprenticeships and traineeships
Information on the additional responsibilities of a supervising registered training organisation, employer, apprentice or trainee, parent or guardian and school when a registered training contract is for a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship.
User Choice – Skills Assure supplier audit evidence requirements (v2.0, 7 July 2021) (PDF, 823KB) – effective 7 July 2021
The audit evidence guide assists supervising registered training organisations to comply with their Skills Assure supplier agreement and contractual requirements.
Browse a range of apprenticeship and traineeship brochures and promotional materials.
Apprenticeship and traineeship forms
A range of forms relating to apprenticeships and traineeships.
Policy and procedures
Policies and procedures
Policies and procedures for departmental staff and stakeholders to follow in relation to apprenticeships and traineeships.
Employer resource assessments
As at 1 October 2016, all employer resource assessments for apprenticeship qualifications in the Electrotechnology training package (UEE) must be conducted using the template ATF-013(ELEC) Employer resource assessment - Electrical industry apprentices (UEE and UET qualifications only). Note: qualifications in the Transmission, Distribution and Rail Sector Training package (UET) do not need to use this template from 1 October 2016, but must use it for training contracts with a commencement date on or after 1 February 2017.
All other apprenticeship and traineeship qualifications for training contracts with a commencement date on or after 1 February 2017 must use the relevant employer resource assessment templates as published by the department:
- ATF-013(APP): ERA - Apprentice/s (generic)
- ATF-013(TEE): ERA - Trainee/s (generic)
- ATF-013(COMMS): ERA - Community Services (specified)
- ATF-013(ECEC): ERA - Early Childhood Education and Care
- ATF-013: ERA - Heavy Vehicle Driver (specified) (Certificate III in Driving Operations)
- ATF-013(PLUMB): ERA - Plumbing apprentices (CPC32413)
- ATF-013(GLAZING): ERA - Automotive Glazing Technician (specified)
- ATF-013(POLY): ERA - Certificate IV in Polymer Technician apprenticeship (current until 31 March 2018)
- ATF-013(SPA): ERA - Swimming pool and spa
Alternatively, the department will accept employer resource assessments which have been developed by a supervising registered training organisation to meet their individual needs, provided they contain all the information included in the templates developed for use by the department.
There is no requirement to substitute existing employer resource assessments with the revised templates, however regular monitoring must be occurring as per the Employer resource assessment information sheet.
Useful information to assist employers and supervising registered training organisations to understand their responsibilities in relation to conducting an employer resource assessment can be found in the Employer resource assessment information sheet and the Guide to completing an employer resource assessment.
As at 1 July 2014, all training plans in Queensland must be in the approved form. The approved form is the Apprenticeship/Traineeship training plan template (which is a national training plan template) as published by the department. Alternatively, the department will accept training plans which have been developed by a supervising registered training organisation to meet their individual requirements provided the training plans contain all the information contained in the Apprenticeship/Traineeship training plan template.
Guide to training plans and training records
Useful information to assist employers, apprentices, trainees and supervising registered training organisations to understand their responsibilities in relation to negotiating, agreeing to, and signing a training plan, as well as information relating to the content of a training plan and requirements of a training record.
How to access the national registered training organisation logo on the Australian Skills Quality Authority website or telephone 1300 701 801.
How to become a registered training organisation (Australian Skills Quality Authority website)
How to gain accreditation to deliver courses (Australian Skills Quality Authority website).