How ASQA assess the RTO registration renewal

ASQA is responsible for the assessment and registration of RTOs. ASQA must be satisfied that an RTO is meeting the requirements of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs 2015) for its registration to be renewed. ASQA takes a risk-management approach when they evaluate registration renewal applications. They use a structured process to assess applications […]
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The use of third parties in delivering and assessing training in Australia under ASQA

Since its establishment in 2011, the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has been responsible for regulating the quality of vocational education and training (VET) in Australia. ASQA is an independent statutory authority, governed by a board appointed by the Minister for Education and Training. One of ASQA’s key functions is to accredit training providers and […]
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Marketing practices and regulatory requirements under ASQA

ASQA is the regulatory body for quality assurance in Australian vocational education and training (VET). ASQA is responsible for ensuring that all VET providers meet national quality standards. This includes marketing practices and regulatory requirements. Marketing is an important part of any business, and VET providers are no exception. ASQA requires that all marketing materials […]
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The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) details of the proposed fees and charges that will apply under the full cost recovery model

In a recent announcement, the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) detailed the proposed fees and charges that will apply under the full cost-recovery model, which will take effect on July 1 2022. Although the full cost recovery of fees and charges was originally planned for 2020-21, it was postponed as a result of the COVID […]
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ASQA’s Regulatory Risk Priorities for 2021-22

The Regulatory Risk Priorities for 2021-22, has been published by ASQA. It outlines the regulatory risk priorities for the coming year. These priorities are revised on a regular basis to ensure that they remain current with concerns facing the industry. ASQA expressed their gratitude to all of the providers and partners who took part in […]
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ASQA Annual Report 2020-21 now available

The Australian Skills and Quality Authority’s Annual Report for the 2020–21 financial year has been tabled in the Australian Parliament. A record of ASQA’s activities and performance for the preceding financial year is contained inside this report, which is available online. The Australian Government continues to provide nationally consistent, risk-based regulation of vocational education and […]
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Interview with Peter Doukas – Managing Director, Denison Toyer Education Lawyers

Peter owns and operates Sydney based education law firm Denison Toyer. Working in the field of Education Law and Corporate Governance since 2007 Peter has acted for over one hundred Registered Training Organisations and Higher Education Providers in various stages of the education management cycle. He routinely acts for colleges in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal […]
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ASQA publishes scoping study on VET in schools

The scoping study on vocational education and training delivered to secondary school students was issued by the national regulating agency in order to protect the quality of VET delivery. It is ASQA’s role as national regulator for VET to work in partnership with training providers to guarantee compliance with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations […]
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