Information for Trainers

RIST Trainers

RIST trainer information

The success of the RIST model for training is because it utilises industry specialists in their particular fields to deliver the training courses. These Trainers are required to have very high levels of vocational experience in their particular field, have appropriate qualifications and they must have a Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training TAE40110.  

Becoming a RIST Trainer

To ensure the quality of training RIST offers meets the requirements of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015, RIST has established a set of guidelines for potential trainers to complete prior to contractual agreements being reached.  RIST uses these guidelines to assess each potential trainer's suitability to deliver accredited training (see attached application form).

Current RIST Trainers

The following links provide important relevant information on the vocational education and training (VET) knowledge and skills.  All trainers are to familiarise themselves with the information contained within.  This is to be read in conjunction with your Engagement of Consultants Agreement.


Please contact RIST, if applicable, for relevant information on the current Department of Education and Training, Victorian Training Guarantee Program, VET funding contract.