The Standards for VET Accredited Courses 2012 require course copyright owners to monitor and evaluate their courses during the accreditation period to ensure courses remain current and relevant.
Course owner obligations
Update your contact details
Throughout the course accreditation period, you must notify ASQA of any changes to the course owner or the course contacts details. ASQA will update your details on the national register.
Submit a Notification of change to contact details—Accredited course (DOC) to accreditation [at] asqa.gov.au.
Notify ASQA of changes to course ownership
If you have sold, transferred or assigned the ownership of your course to another person or legal entity, you must submit a Notification of change to accredited course ownership (DOC) to accreditation [at] asqa.gov.au.
Both the current course owner and the new course owner need to sign this form.
ASQA will write to you and the new course owner to confirm that the advice has been actioned, usually within 20 working days of receiving a complete notification.
Monitor and evaluate your course
You must continue to monitor and evaluate the currency and relevance of your course.
This ensures that the course will continue to meet the current needs of industry, enterprises and/or community throughout the accreditation period.
If these activities identify the need to change your course, you will need to lodge an Application to amend accredited course (PDF).
- Find out more about amending an accredited course.
You are required to keep records of your monitoring and evaluation activities. ASQA may request these records at any time.
Notify licence holders of any amendments to a course
If ASQA approves amendments to your VET accredited course, you are responsible for providing advice about the amendments to any RTO that holds permission to use the course.