Training products of concern
The VET sector spans every industry in Australia and comprises thousands of training products. Changing economic circumstances and employer expectations, as well as changes within the VET sector, means that the level of risk relating to individual training products is not static.
In determining current risk priorities, ASQA uses internal regulatory data and feedback from key stakeholders to identify training products with a degree of risk that warrants closer scrutiny. The following training products have been identified through this process:
|TAE40116||Certificate IV in Training and Assessment|
|CHC33015||Certificate III in Individual Support|
|SIT30816||Certificate III in Commercial Cookery|
|SIT40516||Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery|
|CPCCWHS1001||Prepare to work safely in the construction industry|
We will actively monitor providers that intend to deliver or currently deliver these training products.
Where we identify common areas of concern, we will develop advice and guidance to support providers to review and improve their delivery, and to assure ongoing confidence and quality outcomes for students, employers and the community.