Education Session: ACT Reporting


This article highlights what is covered during the ACT Reporting Education Session. Additional resources relevant to the session are included, as well as action items that will help you implement the required steps for your ACT reporting. This session is designed to follow all Level 1 Onboarding Education Sessions. Please refer to these sessions before proceeding with reporting. 

 Document Resource

A PDF copy of the slides is available to download here:

 Topics Covered 

  1. Funding Source

  2. Contracts

  3. Nominal Hours

  4. Enrolment

  5. Traineeships/Apprenticeships

  6. Training Plans

  7. Reporting

 Session Recording 

 Completing This Session 

If you wish to complete this session, you can: 

  • Register for a free upcoming webinar: [not currently available]

  • Book a paid one-one-one session: [not yet available]

 Session Resources 

To complete this session within your SMS, you will require the following resources. Please be mindful that the session is designed to be performed after all Level 1 Onboarding Education has been completed.

 Physical Resources 
1Access to your SMS, including username and password
2Funding contract information
3Post session: Access to AVETARS
 SMS Setup 
4SMS configured according to Level 1 Education Series
5Some student data within the system that can be reported on
 Prerequisite Knowledge and Understanding 
6Level 1 Education Series
6Your reporting requirements

 Session Outcomes/Action Items 

Following the session, we recommend you follow the list of action items presented at the end of the session (see list below). These action items will help you enact the steps presented in the session within your own SMS. 

  • Setup funding contracts

  • Create a course with that new contract

  • Enrol a student into the course and select the key state funding details

  • Add a Trainee/Apprentice to a student's enrolment

  • Run a claims report

 Additional Resources 

The following resources provide additional support and information relating to this session:

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