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Best practice in RTOs

Mediation Institute provides Independent Dispute Resolution Services to RTO’s and other organisations engaged in training and assessment activities for students.

Our focus is on ensuring that RTO’s not only achieve compliance in the morass of legislation that surrounds their works but in fact enjoy the benefits of working towards best practice.

A focus on compliance only means that RTO’s are in the danger zone between compliance and non-compliance.

A focus on best practice means that RTO’s are enjoying the competitive advantage of being ahead of the pack and fully compliant.

Where would you rather be operating?

The advantages of striving for best practice in Dispute Resolution.

Disputes with staff, partners and students identify gaps in your systems and processes if you take a best practice approach to dispute resolution.

If you see disputes as being simply issues with individuals the opportunities to improve are lost and resources are wasted dealing with the same issues with different faces.

A compliant dispute resolution system ticks the boxes but fails to provide the competitive advantage that striving for best practice provides.

All members of Mi Independent Dispute Resolution service get a free review of their internal processes.

What are you waiting for?

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Membership is only $240 a year.

Resources and Reports

The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) proves a regular source of research and reports on the VET sector.

Are we speaking the same language report

VET Student Outcomes 2017

NCVERs Strategic Plan 2017 - 2020

Social Media in VET Courses: good practice guide

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