ASQA publishes information about certain regulatory decisions it makes, in order to:
assist students and potential students to make informed decisions about choosing a provider, and
provide industry, government and the public with accurate information on ASQA’s regulatory activity.
On 1 July 2016 ASQA changed the timing of the publication of its regulatory decisions to better meet the above objectives. ASQA now publishes information about decisions shortly after they are made (that is, before review periods available to the provider are exhausted). In making that change, ASQA also now publishes information about review processes that remain available, the status of decisions during any review process and their date of effect.
Decisions made before 1 July 2016 were not published until the provider had exhausted its rights of review in relation to the decision (or if ASQA’s Commissioners deemed there was a public interest served by earlier publication).
The table below includes ASQA decisions made under both publication polices and as a result entries may appear differently according to the date the decision was made.
Any providers who feel information published about them is inaccurate should contact the ASQA Info line on 1300 701 801 or email enquiries [at] asqa.gov.au.