What is the agreement?

The Accredited Training Service Agreement is a contractual arrangement that allows Registered Training Organisations to deliver subsidised accredited training under their WorkReady Head Agreement.

Read the guidelines, Indicative Accredited Training Service Agreement and the directions for delivering accredited training through WorkReady.

Who can apply for the agreement?

Registered Training Organisations who:

  • Hold an active WorkReady Head Agreement
  • Demonstrate a minimum of 12 continuous months of successfully delivering training and assessment services in South Australia.

Applicants may apply to deliver courses listed on both their scope of registration on the national register and the Subsidised Training List.

Apply for a WorkReady Accredited Training Service Agreement

To apply, see Application for a WorkReady Accredited Training Service Agreement.

Subsidised activities under the Accredited Training Service Agreement

Qualification Quotas and Projects

  1. Qualification Quotas – subsidy of annual training places with a specific training provider in selected courses, for delivery during 2018-19 financial year. Applications to deliver Qualification Quotas are currently closed.
  2. Qualification Projects – subsidy of a limited number of training places within a time defined standalone project. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis until 30 April 2019. There are two streams of project types:
    a) Work-based Projects - driven by training providers in response to job opportunities identified by employers, either via participants taking entry level positions, or demonstrable additional hours of work for existing employees, or upskilling existing workers to support job creation for new entrants.
    b. Targeted Projects - provide flexibility for training providers to develop projects to target vulnerable cohorts who are seeking to enter the workforce or undertake an apprenticeship or traineeship pathways.

    In both project streams, the course or skill set most suited to the project outcome will be considered for funding. The accredited course does not have to be on the STL.

    To apply, see Apply to deliver a Qualification Quota or Project.
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