Accreditation

What are Accredited Courses?

Accreditation means the course is nationally recognised and that a registered training organisation (RTO) can issue a nationally recognised qualification or Statement of Attainment following the full or partial completion of the course.

Accredited courses:

  • meet industry, enterprise or community needs
  • provide appropriate competency outcomes and a satisfactory basis for assessment
  • meet national quality assurance requirements
  • are aligned to the appropriate level of the Australian Qualifications Framework where they lead to a qualification.

Once a course has been accredited, it is listed on the National Training Information Service website: http://training.gov.au/Home/Tga. You can use this website to check if a course is accredited by typing in the course code.

The Health Institute Australasia

Government Accreditation and International Recognition

Australian Government Registered Training Organisation No. 30834
CRICOS Provider No. 03098E

Australian Skills Quality AuthorityThe Health Institute Australasia is a private college. We are a Government registered training organisation (RTO).  Our RTO code is 30834. Our Government Accredited training and courses are fully compliant with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) which is the national regulator for Australia’s vocational education and training sector. ASQA regulates courses and training providers to ensure nationally approved quality standards are met. This means that you can be assured of our commitment to the highest quality education available, and that your qualifications are recognised Australia wide and beyond.

aqfThe Health Institute Australasia is approved by the The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) to offer programs in the study of ayurvedic medicine, as provided by the Australian government standards set in the Health Training package. The international ayurvedic standards of education were developed by Prof. P.H. Kulkarni and partnered by the Ayurvedic Academy, Pune, india.

The Health Institute Australasia also has government approval for the teaching of Yoga in three qualifications, namely: Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma. The Health Institute Australasia‘s Yoga teacher training programs, (Cert IV @ 600 hours. Diploma @ 1200 hours and Advanced Diploma @1800 hours) vastly exceed the minimum requirements of national and international yoga associations, which are 200 and 500 hours.

We offer the highest yoga qualification you can obtain not only in Australia but in the world with our Advanced Diploma course being 1800 hours.

Number One Recommendation

The consistent, high calibre of education and quality of experience from your study will surpass your expectations. Our programs are known for their comprehensive curriculum that far surpasses the standards set by Yoga Teachers Associations and International Associations. Our long-standing reputation as one of the country’s most reputable yoga, ayurveda and meditation centre is consistently reaffirmed by Australia’s practitioner population, which considers us the number one recommendation.

Australian Commonwealth Register of Institutions - cricos.education.gov.au

Australian Commonwealth Register of Institutions – cricos.education.gov.au Provider ID=03098E

We are the ONLY college in Australia to offer a Government Accredited Yoga Teacher Training program to International students.

Centrelink - Department of Human Services

Our courses are government accredited, so students can apply for Austudy or Youth Allowance.

IICT

We are an approved training provider with IICT

Shanti Yoga Teachers Association

Shanti Yoga Teachers Association

 

aapa

 

Yoga-Australia

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