AHRI is now a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
The National Audit and Registration Agency has approved AHRI’s application to operate as a Registered Training Organisation.
One of the primary benefits of this relates to the delivery of the AHRI education program Foundations of Human Resources, which is now also recognised as BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources.
This course of study is now nationally accredited with the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF).
Enrolments in BSB41007 Certificate IV in Human Resources, AHRI Foundations of Human Resources are now open for series 1, 2011.
Find out more about this course and how to enrol >
More about Registered Training Organisations
Benefits of training with a registered training organisation:
- Graduates gain a nationally-recognition qualification
- Participants know their training is being delivered by an organisation which meets national standards
- You can increase your career prospects because the qualifications are based on identified industry needs
- You are able to access recognition of prior learning and there are opportunities for articulation into further training (this may include higher education).
What did AHRI do to become a RTO?
To become registered, AHRI complies with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations and must submit to audits, as required by the registering body.
Find out more about AHRI education and training