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Integration is the key to the future – TROY WILLIAMS Australia needs an integrated tertiary education system in which higher education plus vocational education and training operate as one but they retain their separate identities. The rationale is strong. Those entering the workforce today are likely to have three or four careers before they retire, […]
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The VET Sector News – September 2019

ASQA’s Sample AQF documentation gets updated to meet the requirements of third-party arrangements The ASQA Fact Sheet Sample AQF documentation has been updated for a clarification in light of recent Third Party arrangements guidance. https://www.asqa.gov.au/news-publications/publications/fact-sheets/sample-aqf-documentation The fact sheet now states “Only the name of the issuing organisation (your RTO) can be included on testamurs/statements of […]
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The VET Sector News

Annual Registration Charge – Due July 30th 2019 ASQA will issue RTOs with an invoice for their annual registration charge. RTOs must pay the charge within 30 days of ASQA issuing the invoice.  The annual charge recovers some of the costs ASQA incurs when conducting activities necessary for effective regulation of the vocational education and […]
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VET Industry News 28-May-2019

28th National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference ‘No Frills’ 28th National Vocational Education and Training Research Conference ‘No Frills’: 10-12 July 2019 NCVER and co-hosts TAFE SA are delighted to invite you to Adelaide this July for #NoFrills2019. Presenters and delegates from across Australia and around the world will come together to explore the […]
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VET Industry News 06-May-2019

A plan for stronger Australia  The Business Council of Australia has released a plan for stronger Australia. Click here for more information The Independent Sector Offers Better Outcomes At A Lower Cost – ACPET   The independent Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector is highly efficient.  Domestically, it costs the government $2,400 per student trained by independent […]
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The VET Sector News – December 2019

Poorer and regional Australian students lag behind richer peers, report finds Poorer Australian students are 18 months behind their better-off peers at school, a report by Deloitte has found. And regional students were on average eight months behind at school. If academic results could be improved by 50% for poorer and Aboriginal students, the economy […]
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VET Industry News 10-Oct-2018

ASQA Welcomes Convictions for Dodgy Training Providers The national VET regulator has welcomed the conviction of four people who falsified documents. For more Information: visit this link. Updates to the BSB Training Package Updates to the BSB Training Package were released last week and Release 3.0 is now published on the national register of VET, training.gov.au (TGA). […]
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VET Industry News 8-Jun-2018

ASQA is increasing scrutiny on new applications for registration from 1 July 2018. Vocational education and training (VET) and the education of overseas students make a significant contribution to Australia’s economy. More than four million people undertake VET qualifications in Australia each year and the quality of the training sector has a direct impact on […]
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VET Industry News 10-May-2018

Updates from the Australian Skills Quality Authority ASQA is increasing scrutiny on new applications for registration from 1 July 2018. Vocational education and training (VET) and the education of overseas students make a significant contribution to Australia’s economy. More than four million people undertake VET qualifications in Australia each year and the quality of the […]
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