To apply for an Accredited Training Service Agreement (ATSA), Registered Training Organisations must:

  • Hold a 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 and the Subsidised Training List.

How to apply

Read the Guidelines, the Indicative Accredited Training Service Agreement and the Directions for delivering Accredited Training under WorkReady.

The Guidelines describe the criteria that will be used to assess your application.

Supporting documentation

Download and complete the following documents that you will need to attach where indicated in the application:

You will need to complete a separate Training and assessment staff details form for each training package you are applying to deliver. Make sure you "Save as" on this form if you need to complete an additional copy for another training package.

You will need to complete a separate Qualifications template form for each qualification in each training package you are applying to deliver. Make sure you "Save as" on this form if you need to complete an additional copy for another qualification and training package.

Outcome of your application

You will be informed of the outcome of your application as soon as possible. If your application to deliver accredited training is successful the Department of State Development will forward by email an ATSA for your signature. Executing the ATSA will allow you to continue training of new and existing students, as well as allowing you to bid for Jobs First STL projects.

Save your application

The application form can be saved and does not need to be completed all at once.

There is an option to save your application for later at the bottom of the form. An email will be sent to the email address you have entered in field 1.3.5.

Your completed application will be emailed to you after you submit it.

For more information call the Skills and Employment Infoline on 1800 506 266 or email

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