Choosing to enrol in a course, apprenticeship, or traineeship is a big step. Whether it’s in-class or online training in Australia, who you train with can make all the difference – so you want to be
confident your training provider is a good choice.

Before you take the leap and commit to a training provider, ensure they make the cut with our handy training provider checklist.

1. They’re Registered
The first step to ensuring you choose a legitimate and trustworthy training provider is double-checking they’re registered.
Nationally recognised training providers will have a registration number to show they’re accredited and audited by the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Training providers will generally display their registration number on their website.
2. They Have a Good Reputation
There’s a lot to be said about word of mouth. Do your research and dive into reviews and testimonials to see what past students thought of the training provider. If you find a consistent theme of negativity and issues, it might be worth considering an alternative option.
3. They Provide Flexible Learning Options
Do they offer part-time, full-time, and intensive options? Can you choose between in-class learning and online study – or perhaps a combination of both? It’s important to ensure the training provider offers learning options that suit your lifestyle.

4. They Offer Ongoing Support
A little support can go a long way. Whether you need advice choosing the right course, help securing work placement, or even just a hand using the library photocopier, your training provider should be there to lend a hand every step of the way. Of course, there are many other important factors to consider when choosing a training provider. And when it comes to your future, you shouldn’t have to settle for second-best.
You can rely on registered training organisation MyPath Education to provide flexible, reliable training options with ongoing support. Get in touch today to chat about your options.