What is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)? And why should it matter to YOU?
I’m not normally one to care about the boring facts but sometimes it’s the boring stuff that can make the world of a difference!
Why go with an RTO?
One thing I knew for sure when I started looking to do my yoga teacher training is that I wanted to train with someone that actually knew what they were talking about , some one that actually knows how to train people! And that’s the difference between an RTO and someone that has just decided to start teaching the unassuming public.
RTO’s trainer are not only experienced in their chosen field, but are trained in how to train other people. There are lots of amazing people out there with talent, but sometimes in all their brilliance their ability to transfer vital information in segmented pieces in order for other people to learn and understand can be greatly missed. By training with an RTO you are assured that they know what they are talking about and that they will be able to pass on the information that you need.
Advantages of registered training organisations
- Only RTOs can deliver nationally recognised courses and accredited Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) VET qualifications.
- Only RTOs can apply for Australian, state and territory funding to deliver vocational education and training.
So if you’re looking at making yoga teaching your profession and want to ensure you are getting the best then you won’t find a higher-level qualification than the College of Therapy Yoga’s Certificate IV in Remedial Yoga Teaching (10137NAT) or the Advanced Diploma of Remedial Yoga Therapy (10138NAT).
The College of Therapy Yoga (RTO 45020) is the only registered training organisation able to deliver the government accredited training programs in Remedial Yoga in Australia and all the trainers are nationally recognised Training and Assessment trainers and assessors, and have been training since 2000 with qualifications that are recognisable all around the world.
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