Our Registered Training Organisation (RTO)—scope of registration

Training offered by our RTO is covered by the following nationally recognised units of competence within our scope of registration.


National Plan and marine environment training

Training is delivered under the National Plan and intergovernmental arrangements and is available to our employees and marine pollution responders through their state or territory coordinator.

Further information is available at: National Plan training.

Units that form our current training program include:

  • PUAOIL304 Use advanced equipment operations for oil spill response
  • PUAOIL404 Apply decision making strategies in an oil spill response
  • PUAOPE018 Control a level 2 incident
  • PUAOPE019 Control a level 3 incident
  • PMAOMIR650 Manage a crisis
  • PUAOPE025 Manage planning for a complex incident 
  • PUAOPE023 Manage operations for a level 2 incident
  • PUAOPE024 Manage operations for a level 3 incident
  • PUAOPE022 Manage logistics for a complex incident
  • 22612VIC Course in the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System (AIIMS).

We offer both Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT) for units that form our current training program. Please email NationalPlanTraining@amsa.gov.au for an application form. 

The AMSA RTO (88033) full scope of registration can be found at training,gov.auRTO key contacts

Our RTO Head Office is located at:
82 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon ACT 2612
Phone: 02 6279 5000

RTO Chief Executive Officer  Mark Morrow, Executive Director, Response
RTO High Managerial AgentJamie Storrie, Manager, Response Planning
RTO contactElena Bristot, Senior Advisor, Learning and Development Response Planning


Our RTO values your feedback as it provides us with the opportunity to address any concerns and improve the quality of our training and assessment services, including those delivered on our behalf by any third party.

Email your feedback to: nationalplantraining@amsa.gov.au.

Complaints and appeals

Our RTO manages complaints and appeals in a transparent manner which enables our learners to be informed of, and to understand their rights and obligations.

Our mission and objectives

Our mission is to support our broader organisational vision of ‘safe and clean seas, saving lives’. In supporting this vision, we will aim to deliver high quality training and assessment that meets the needs of the maritime industry, and is consistent with the Australian Qualifications Framework and complies with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015.

Nationally recognised training

RTO Code: 88033ABN: 65 377 938 320
RTO Type: Enterprise – Government 
Last updated: 12 March 2024