Complaints and Appeals

Client refers to anyone including staff and students who use or work for Nara Training and Assessing.

Complaint refers to when a client is dissatisfied with an aspect of the RTO’s services and requires action to be taken to resolve the matter.

Appeals refer to when a client is not satisfied with a decision that the RTO has made.

General Information

All complaints and appeals will be managed at Nara through the process of natural justice and procedural fairness.

Third Parties or Auspice Partners are considered to be staff of Nara and will be treated accordingly in the process of complaints and appeals.

Complaints and appeals can be submitted either formally or informally and all will be addressed and managed by the Training Manager.

Two processes covered within this procedure

Managing Appeals

  • The initial appeal should be discussed informally with the staff person involved.
  • If the matter is not resolved informally then the person may choose to lodge a formal appeal. This must be done in writing or by requesting a form from Administration which may be completed and submitted.
  • A student may lodge an appeal within six (6) weeks of receiving their result of assessment or when provided feedback of an assessment.
  • The appeal will be recorded and the Training Manger will make contact within 10 working days to arrange a meeting.
  • The meeting will be between all parties in an attempt to find a resolution. If necessary, appealed assessments will be reassessed by an alternate trainer/assessor.
  • The meeting will be documented with all outcomes and proposed resolutions being provided to all parties and actions immediately implemented.
  • The Appeal will be recorded on a Register of Appeals for future reference and monitoring.
  • If the student is not happy with this outcome they will be referred to an external body where the matter can be dealt with independently.

Managing Complaints

  • The initial complaint should be discussed informally with the staff person involved.
  • If the matter is not resolved informally then the person may choose to lodge a formal complaint. This must be done in writing or by requesting a form from Administration which may be completed and submitted.
  • The Complaint will be recorded and the Training Manager will make contact within 10 working days to arrange a meeting. Should the complaint be against the Training Manager, the complaint will be handled by the Chief Executive Officer, (CEO)
  • A meeting will be held with all parties in an attempt to find a resolution to the issue/s.
  • The meeting will be documented with all outcomes and resolutions provided to all parties.
  • Recommended actions will be implemented as soon as is practicable.
  • If there is no satisfactory resolution to the complaint by all parties then the complainant will be referred to an external body where the matter can be dealt with independently.
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