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RTO Doctor is an Australian owned company, registered with the Department of Commerce in Western Australia. RTO Doctor was born from the encouragement of many supporters in the international education industry across Australia who believed that there was a lack of quality Consultants available to assist providers in establishing, growing & managing their business.
To be the first choice amongst Consultants across Australia in the area of education and training. Our clients will be recognised as leaders and providers of excellence in their respective fields.
As the Owner of RTO Doctor, nobody understands your business needs as much as Raelene does. Having spent over 15 years in the education and training industry in many roles, Raelene has had the privilege of working with a range of experts in the Schools, VET, ELICOS & Higher Education sectors as a private provider and a regulator. She has brought together all her skills, experience & advice from CEO’s to trainers to the students themselves to offer you and your business a truly amazing service, unique to the industry. It is this intricate integration of experience from every participant in the learning journey that separates us from our competitors.
Raelene’s experience can be traced back to her school days where, as a gifted student, she spent many hours outside of school mentoring her friends who were struggling to get through school in areas including English, French, Biology, Social Studies and Legal Studies. In 1989, Raelene started working as a Tutor in France teaching English as a Second Language & Remedial French to local French College students. In Tahiti, Raelene continued this work with the local Polynesians and French citizens on the island. As a qualified Secondary School Teacher & Adult Trainer, Raelene spent several years working in Prison Education (both adult & juvenile justice centres) and with marginalised young people in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne. Raelene has worked with people from all different backgrounds including Non English Speaking Backgrounds (NESB), Homeless, people with substance abuse & mental health concerns, people with disabilities, international students and all the way through to corporate clients.
Raelene is well respected by industry and regulators at both State & Commonwealth level. Having been an integral part of the National Re-Registration of all CRICOS Providers across the country in 2009 – 2010, Raelene has been involved in many areas that traditional Consultants rarely get to focus on and developed relationships with key representatives of regulatory agencies and industry bodies, strengthening an already strong network. She continues to be highly sought after by recruitment companies in Victoria & Western Australia for high profile roles in training & professional development for large national & global companies. To find out more, please feel free to contact us.
Bachelor of Education – Secondary / Adult (Legal/Health)
Master of Education (Research)
Graduate Diploma of Adolescent Health & Welfare
Certificate IV in Training & Assessment
Diploma of Training & Assessment
Diploma of Occupational Health & Safety (in progress)
Senior First Aid
Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET)
Various Professional Development Seminars
Victoria Government e-learning Mentor Program 2009
RPL Done Well
Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA)
AQTF 2007 Workshops
SIT07 Implementation (Service Skills Australia)
Mastering the Rockefeller Habits
Community Services & Health Industry Skills Council
HLT07 Implementation Workshop
Department of Education Services (Western Australia)
Higher Education Accreditation Committee Workshop
Department of Training & Workforce Development (Western Australia)
Various Funding Program Workshops (including Productivity Places Program, Traineeships & Apprenticeships)
Department of Treasury & Finance (Western Australia)
Postgraduate Research Conference, Monash University 2009
Paper presented: Victimisation of International Students in Australia.
Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry 38th Annual Congress
Paper presented: Youth suicide and education.
6th National Conference Suicide Prevention Australia
Paper Presented: Suicide Prevention Over The Life Span: What doesn’t work in Education.
7th National Conference Suicide Prevention Australia
Papers Presented: Police Welfare – The issues; and The words to say it: The heart to change it.
RMIT University Showcasing Excellence In Initial Teacher Education
Paper Presented: Pre-Service Teacher Education and Suicide Prevention.
CHC02 Community Services (2002)Training Package Review.
NCVER Research Priorities 2009/2010.
VRQA Work based training & assessment review for international students.
DIAC/DEWR Review of IELTS requirement for international students completing Diploma of Community Welfare Work for professional recognition by Australian Institute of Welfare & Community Workers (AIWCW).
DIAC Proposal for inclusion of welfare workers on the Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL).
IBSA -TAE10 (2010) Training & Education Training Package (TAA04 Training Package Review)