(19) Polytechnic directors are responsible for all services provided on-site by third parties, including: the provision of data; cooperation with supervisory authorities such as ASQA, VRQA and DET; Compliance with the Student Education Act 2000, which meets the requirements of CRICOS registration and meets promotional and marketing standards; Information from interested students on the admission requirements for courses and courses; Handling complaints and complaints Collecting royalties and recording. Any agreement reached by third parties must include the conditions for the university to immediately terminate an agreement with a relevant subcontracting RTO if the subcontract financing contract for RTO`s professional promotion is suspended or terminated. The terms of the agreement must also provide that one in three people, if they wish, is assisted by a supervisory body during the university`s examination or audit. Copies of the written agreement must be provided: the Director of Vocational Training ensures that the activities of third parties are regularly reviewed. On the basis of this review, it will be decided whether the contract with the college should be maintained or renewed, whether corrective action must be taken before the contract is continued or extended, or whether the contract is terminated. The following case studies are examples of NGOs that define strategies for monitoring existing third-party plans. An RTO could be involved in third-party agreements: an agreement reached by a third party is a written agreement that clearly defines the roles and responsibilities of each party to the third party agreement, including responsibilities for respecting the quality framework of vocational training. The written agreement is signed by each contracting party and the RTO maintains an updated record of all agreements concluded by the RTO. The summary of the „Third Party Agreements“ fact sheet should be mentioned when filling out the partnership checklist to ensure that all services provided by the third party meet regulatory requirements. A written agreement can take many forms and the following information should at least be included in all written agreements: if the third party is unable to provide satisfactory evidence of the qualification of the trainer and evaluator, the proposal should only be pursued when such evidence can be provided. Once the audits are complete, earthly Training works with its third-party provider to ensure that all necessary measures and improvements are implemented in a timely manner. The third party must participate in a Pre-Knowledge Recognition (RPL) or Skills Foundation assessment, and the provider is not on the RPL Approved and/or Foundation Skills Approved List.