Relevancy Pty Ltd has entered into a 3rd party agreement with McMillan Staff Development Pty Ltd (McMillan): RTO Number 88187. McMillan offer the qualifications listed below that Relevancy Pty Ltd deliver and assess on behalf of McMillan.
For more information about training with McMillan http://www.mcmillan.net.au/ or contact the Director, Ben McMillan on 02 62300266.
Have you been appointed to a position in Information Management/Recordkeeping and looking for a formal qualification?
Have you started work in an Administrative position and would like to specialise in Information Management/Recordkeeping?
Have you been working in the Information Management/Recordkeeping sector for a number of years and have no formal qualification to show for your skills and knowledge?
What is a Vocational Qualification?
It is a practicable work-based qualification that will provide you with the skills and knowledge to undertake recordkeeping functions. In many instances the activities undertaken in the studies will be able to be used in the workplace. The recordkeeping qualifications are within the BSB15 Training Package “Business Stream” and consist of a number of core recordkeeping units and elective units that you can choose in areas of interest or area you would like to gain additional skills. Vocational studies allow you to use units completed in one qualification to be used as credits in another qualification at the same level and in some instances a higher level. Vocational qualifications are flexible in delivery, period of study and cost effective.
What course should I be undertaking?
There are no pre-requisites for enrolment in any of the recordkeeping qualifications, as training providers, Relevancy Pty Ltd have a duty of care to ensure students undertake a course that they have the skills and knowledge to complete. Students should also ensure that the course they undertake meets their professional goals and employers’ expectations.
Why should you obtain a formal qualification?
The BSB15 Recordkeeping qualifications are accredited by Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIMPA), the peak industry body, as appropriate qualifications for the industry. Persons holding the Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications are accepted as Professional Members of RIMPA.
There is an expectation by employers that applicants for a position in Recordkeeping hold a formal qualification. It demonstrates they are a professional record-keeper and they have skills and knowledge at a known level. It also demonstrates to an employer or a Manager that you are willing to learn and take on new challenges. A formal qualification provides the opportunity for promotion and widens employment opportunities.
We offer a range options for delivery of training:
Classroom style training consists of face to face presentations from an instructor to a group of students. A minimum of 8 – 10 students is required to run in this format and the courses can be held in any area where sufficient numbers are secured. For large records units, course are also run in-house.
A key benefit of classroom training is the accessibility of the instructor for Q&A, group discussions and one-on-one assistance during the training as well as networking with others in the class.
Students are all required to undertake the same electives. Two units are covered in each day of training. Depending on location and numbers courses will be delivered in blocks of two days – 4 units for the Diploma and Advanced Diploma, Cert IV will be 1 X 3-day and 1 X 2-day sessions.
Distance learning is based on a more traditional method of sending a topic or lesson to the participant (can be in paper or electronic format) to read and complete activities and assessments. The content is then sent to an instructor for marking and feedback.
Distance learning can be helpful when staff are broadly dispersed, the cost would be too high to bring staff together for face to face training or when an interaction with an instruction onsite is not required.
Students can choose which electives they wish to undertake from an approved list.
Online learning is available for the Cert III and Cert IV in Recordkeeping. This offers flexibility in the individual students choice of elective units.
Blended training solutions can be one of the most effective methods of training participants where learning modules are provided to students for completion prior to onsite visits or telephone tutorials, which last for 1.5 hours per unit, plus Q&A session without leaving your workplace. Eight tutorials per course are included in the cost for the Diploma and Advanced Diploma. The Cert III and Cert IV may have additional tutorials if required.
The tutorials are pre-arranged at a time that is suitable to you and spaced so you set the course duration. It allow full choice of unit options, training can be specific to the your needs, minimal down time from the work place and no travel and accommodation costs to attend a face to face delivery at the same time still having direct contact with the trainer.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL is also referred to as Recognition of Current Competencies (RCC) it is the acknowledgement of a person’s skills and knowledge acquired through previous training, work or life experience. Through an RPL assessment process, participants may gain partial or full completion of a qualification in place of attending formal training. Full details will be provided to student on enrolment.
Unique Student Identifier
From 1 January 2015 if you are undertaking nationally recognised vocational training delivered by a registered training organisation you will need to have a reference number called a Unique Student Identifier (USI). More information is available at from the Unique Student Identifier website.