Standard 10.7 – Industry recognition and licensing
Where course outcomes are recognised by a professional or industry body, you will need to include those details in Section B: 4.3 of the National course document template. For example, successful completion of the course may be recognised by admission to membership of a professional body.
You should also include evidence from the relevant body confirming the recognition.
Similarly, where course outcomes satisfy licensing or regulatory requirements, you will need to provide those details in Section B: 4.4 of the National course document template.
You should also include evidence that the relevant industry regulatory stakeholders have been engaged in both:
- consultation activities (to establish a need for the course)
- the course development process.
You will also need to provide evidence from the industry regulator confirming that the stated regulatory outcome can be achieved upon completion of the course.
Case study – Regulatory requirements
This course does not meet any licensing requirements.
This course meets the regulatory requirements of the Queensland Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 - and the Queensland Coal Mining Safety and Health Regulation 2017 for the establishment and maintenance of underground coal mines response capability in Queensland coal mines.
Note: This case is modelled on the current accredited course 10969NAT Certificate III in Underground Mine Inertisation Team Operations. The course owner, the Queensland Mines Rescue Service Limited, granted permission for ASQA to use this information from the accredited course.
Providing evidence with your application
If course completion may result in membership or licensing/regulatory requirements being met, you will need to provide evidence in the National course document template confirming that the relevant professional, industry or licensing/regulatory bodies recognise the course.