Training Resources

Developers of training and assessment resources designed to align to a service industry training package can gain industry recognition of the material as a Right Way accredited training resource. Developers can be any type of organisation including registered training organisations (RTOs).

Linking to training packages

Training packages do not prescribe what training and assessment resources must be used, but they do outline what must be assessed, where and by whom.

The use of effective training resources which are directly based on, and linked to, training package competency standards is key to driving higher skills capability in graduates. As such, Right Way only recognises those resources that are directly aligned to training package content.

Resources that can be accredited under Right Way may be:


  • learner focused
  • trainer focused
  • in hard copy format
  • internet based
  • e-learning based


  • a training only resource
  • an assessment only resource
  • references (usually text books).


Resources may be a combination of more than one of the above. In their Methods of Assessment section, all training package units of competency recommend a range of assessment methods. Resource developers should use these suggested methods as a guide when developing their resources.

Fees for Right Way resource accreditation

Right Way is not-for-profit program, operated on a fee-for-service basis on behalf of the industries we serve. Right Way fees cover the administrative and promotional costs of the accreditation process. Contact us for a quote to have your training resource assessed.

Right Way will hold discussions with the resource developer to determine the size and range of resources to be evaluated. Based on that, we will provide quote for the evaluation process and agree to a fee before the application is submitted.

For more information on the national Right Way accreditation program or to submit an application email us at or call us on 02 8243 1200.


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