Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Compliance and Services

Tocal College is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 91166) under the National Vocational Education and Training Act 2011. The national regulator of this legislation is the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).

On 1 January 2006 the CB Alexander Agricultural College, Tocal and the Murrumbidgee College of Agriculture became one registered training organisation (RTO) under the name Tocal College, with two campuses; the CB Alexander Campus at Paterson and the Yanco Campus.

As an RTO, Tocal College must meet a range of mandatory requirements that ensure training and assessment is delivered to the high standards expected by students, Australian industry and employers. The College delivers nationally accredited quality training and assessment within the Australian Quality Framework (AQF) for students across a range of agricultural industries. Tocal College must comply with the VET Quality Framework (VQF) which specifies the legislated Standards for RTOs 2015.

The College demonstrates its ongoing compliance with the VQF through a range of activities that include extensive industry engagement; review of training and assessment strategies; staff training; validation of training products; development of new teaching resources; rigorous record keeping; data reporting; review of risk management systems; review of policies and procedures; and continuous improvement.

Tocal College has a continuing contract under the NSW State Government Smart and Skilled program through Training Market NSW.

See for an explanation of these terms as well as more information about our registration.