Some qualifications have no formal entry requirements, where others require specific competencies to be achieved, or may require certain benchmarks prior to admission to the course. Whether your intended course does or does not have prerequisites, RTO is now have certain obligations under their registration with the National VET regulator.

RTO’s are now required to advise learners in advance of LLN requirements to ensure learners are not disadvantaged by being enrolled in courses they are not capable of undertaking.

Synergy endorses this approach as we try to be a good corporate citizen, and wish to deliver beneficial products and outcomes to our clients.

For Synergy courses, a good understanding of English as well as sound basic English reading and writing skills would be necessary along with basic mathematical skills.

RTOs are now required to ensure that they are not enrolling people who do not have the foundation skills to be able to undertake and complete the course in reasonable circumstances.

For Synergy courses, a good understanding of English as well as sound basic English reading and writing skills would be necessary along with basic mathematical skills.

Prior to your enrolment been accepted you would need to provide evidence of one of the following:

  •  Prior completion of a course or undertaking which would have needed a similar or greater level of LLN. In this case such evidence could include proof of the successful completion of a secondary school leaving certificate, or a certificate III or higher qualification, or other evidence that would demonstrate LLN to this level.
  •  Completing a short LLN test at http://lln.safework.com.au/report.php   . This short test is free and you can request that the results be sent directly to the RTO by email.
  • Providing other evidence of your LLN proficiency to this level or higher.

 

English

Learners will need to have a good command of written and spoken English (equivalent to general IELTS Band 6).

“Band 6: Competent user: has generally effective command of the language despite some inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings. Can use and understand fairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations.”