Enterprise RTO

Enterprise RTO AVETMISS Compliant LMS

An enterprise Training Organisation or RTO if registered focuses mainly on the delivery and management of training records for its own staff, employees and contractors. In some cases the definition is also extended to membership organisations that deliver and provide training to their members. If registered they need to undertake regular compliance Audits, submit NAT files for AVETMISS reporting, have obligations to meet the Data Provision requirements and all other obligations defined in the Standards for National VET Registered Training Providers – SNR and the Unique Student Identifier requirements outlined by the USI Task Force. But these are all the characteristics that make Enterprise training similar to fee-for-service or publicly funded workplace training. What distinguishes an Enterprise Training Organisation summed up in two areas: (1) The long term focus on employee development and (2) the need to train within the confines and systems of the enterprise.


Staff Development

The key points for Staff Development are:

  • Staff training needs to cater to both organisation needs and individual career aspirations
  • Staff records take from and contribute to data housed in other business systems
  • Staff training often leads to permits and licenses that are mandatory for the workplace environment
  • Staff training will almost always include some On The Job and Off The Job practical experience
  • Contractor training (often paid for by the contractor) needs to be administered differently from Employees
  • Most systems attempt to hold a long term view of staff and contractor training with Skill or Competency Matrix views
  • Training is generally linked to Performance and Talent management which relates to promotions and pay scales
  • Staff and contractors generally have managers who need to authorise training for their team members.

Enterprise Systems

Business system considerations usually include:

  • The option for on Premise hosting
  • Integrated windows authentication and single-sign-on
  • Automated integration with HR, ERP, HSE and other business systems
  • Stakeholder roles are more defined and differentiated leading to authorisation levels
  • The chain-of-command needs to be inherited in any systems that require authorisation
  • Enterprise can generally gain greater benefits from the convenience and flexibility of eLearning
  • Access level protections are more important due to the divers roles of stakeholders
  • Resource Management of people, venues, equipment and cap ex items are critical
  • Interdepartmental charges are generally conducted through work orders and rarely direct billing or invoicing.
  • Enterprises are more rigorous about backups, disaster recovery, privacy, security and reliability
  • There is generally a greater need for Support or Service Level Agreements
  • Updates and changes generally affect more people simultaneously and need management and testing

Our Strategy

Bluegem has studied the needs of Enterprise Training Providers and has over 10 years experience in providing Learning management Systems to enterprises. Our first being one of Canada’s leading oil and gas companies in 2002. Our managing director has over 30 years experience in technical management within some of the largest enterprises in the UK and more recently Australia. He constantly infuses these lessons and concepts into our development and support team. Bluegem is also better suited to cater to the integration and technical aspects of data management ion a corporation as a result of our Microsoft Partner status, i.e. we are Independent software Vendors with the Software Solutions competency. sp how have we addressed the above? You’ll notice in our Enterprise Brochure that we make constant reference to these points and have features and services that collectively address all of them.

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