Registered Training Organisations (RTO) have a responsibility to ensure high-quality learning and training for students. It is their fundamental duty to provide excellent RTO training material while providing the best learner support tools. So, it is of prime importance that a learner must possess sufficient language and numeracy skills to understand their respective course.
RTOs must advise them on the requirements and assess their existing skills and competencies.
So, every RTO assesses students at the beginning of the course through a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) test. This test helps them identify the areas that need support.
This blog focuses on ASQA Standards for Language, Literacy, and Numeracy Support for building a foundation. Additionally, this blog will cover the Language, Literacy and Numeracy assessment strategies and their relationship with RTOs.
ASQA is the Australian Skills Quality Authority. They regulate vocational education and training (VET) nationwide. Their goal is to ensure quality education and training. They want students, employers, governments, and the community to trust qualifications from training providers in Australia.
ASQA values collaboration, consistency, and continuous improvement. They work with the VET sector to achieve quality outcomes for students.