Feedback will be accepted until Tuesday 9 December 2019. There are two ways to submit your feedback:
send an email to costrecovery [at] asqa.gov.au, or
use the form on this web page.
Feedback is welcome on any aspect of the proposed cost recovery measures. For example, ASQA is interested in stakeholders’ responses to questions such as:
What are the potential impacts of ASQA’s transition to full cost recovery on your business? Please provide details.
What are the potential impacts of ASQA’s transition to full cost recovery on your students? Please provide details.
Are there any risks to quality or availability of training associated with implementing ASQA’s proposed 2020-21 fees and charges schedule? What measures would assist ASQA and the VET sector generally to manage those risks?
Do you anticipate a change in your level of demand for any ASQA service or activity over the next three years? Please provide details.
Following public consultation on fees and charges in 2018 (see section 5 of ASQA’s Cost Recovery Implementation Statement), ASQA acknowledged feedback about the scalability of annual registration charges (ARCs). ASQA committed to exploring enhancements to the method of calculating ARCs—for example, by factoring in enrolment data as the completeness of national data collection (Total VET Activity) improves. What is your view of the method of calculating ARC proposed in the consultation paper (refer Table 4)?
This consultation paper attempts to increase understanding of ASQA’s cost calculation methodology. Does the example given in the consultation paper (in the section ‘Example fee calculation’) demonstrate how ASQA determines the costs of a specific regulatory output? If not, please provide details.