Reasonable Adjustment and Inclusive Practice webinar

This webinar aims to assist RTO trainers, assessors and managers understand the practice of reasonable adjustment and inclusive practice in their teaching, learning and assessment and how it supports learners with disability or ongoing ill health to access and participate in education and training.
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People with disability or ongoing ill health (including mental health issues) can experience significant disadvantage and disruption to their educational attainment and employment prospects, potentially creating lifelong social and economic disdvantage.

In this YouTube webinar, you will cover the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015 (Standard 4, Clauses 1.1,1.2, 1.3, 1.7 and 1.8) including these key areas of focus: 

  • the meaning and reasons for reasonable adjustment;
  • the legilsation and regulation that informs our practice;
  • reasonable adjustment through the learners journey with the RTO;
  • maintaining integrity of outcomes standards; and
  • keeping records of reasonable adjustment processes.

Presenter: Claire Werner (Published 14 March 2022)

Session length: 1.5 hours

Webinar handout: Participant Handouts

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