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  • $135,000
  • RTO-Registered Training Organizations , Education/Training
A Registered Training Organisation (RTO) is authorised by the Australian Government to provide Nationally Recognised Training.


Initial registration date: 2017

End date: 2024

Registered to deliver in NSW



Deliver and assess in all states of Australia

Business, Project Management, Retail, Hospitality…

The qualifications on scope are also in high demand within the ‘International‘ market (Offshore delivery and/or CRICOS – International Students), this would be a very easy and quick starting point for anyone looking at owning their own RTO

  • National delivery
  • RTO registered in NSW
  • Registered website
  • Student management system
  • Training and Assessment Resources: they own the IP, including assessment tools and learners guides for almost every unit, within the qualifications that they offer. This RTO has workplace specific assessment tools that have been developed in house and passed at ASQA Audit.
  • Policy and Procedures
  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) system
  • Training and assessment strategies (TAS)
  • Lease: no lease obligations. Can easily be relocated Australia wide
  • No current students enrolled
  • Has had students enrolled in the past
  • Gov Funding: N/A never applied
  • Cricos: N/A never applied
  • VSL funding: N/A never applied
  Asking price only $135,000 An RTO like this doesn’t comes around often, $135,000 for an RTO with completed enrolments and post initial audit completed by ASQA and found fully compliant at audit – this is an excellent and rare opportunity for the right purchaser to hit the ground running! Vendor will also conduct a full induction and handover For a confidential discussion please contact Lev Khazhiner on 0411 705 913

Agent(s) for this listing

Lev Khazhiner

Business Sales Specialist
Office: 1300 315 223
Mobile: 0411 705 913
Fax: 1300 730 778
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