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Decision information


Date of decision
Decision type
Part suspension
Details of decision

The Deputy Chief Commissioner and Commissioner, Regulatory Operations decided to:
Suspend, under the NVR Act s 36(2)(e) and s 38:

  • the following part of the RTO’s scope of registration (or impose a sanction of lesser severity)
    • CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support
    • CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support
    • CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability
    • and any new training package product that would be automatically added to the scope of registration because it is equivalent to one which appears above, and
  • during the period of suspension, require, under the NVR Act s 38(2), the RTO (not) to:
    • enrol a student in a suspended VET course or part of a suspended VET course
    • allow a VET student to begin a suspended VET course or part of a suspended VET course
    • publish or broadcast an advertisement relating to a suspended VET course or any part of a suspended VET course, or
    • cause to be published or broadcast an advertisement relating to a suspended VET course or any part of a suspended VET course

with effect 35 calendar days after the date the RTO is given written notice of the decision. 

Status of decision
Reconsideration finalised - decision varied - decision not current
Status of review
No review available
Review information

Following reconsideration, ASQA decided to vary the decision to the following:

  1. not impose the sanction to suspend part of the RTO’s scope of registration
  2. give a written direction, under section 35A(1) of the NVR Act, requiring the organisation to:
    • rectify this breach by addressing each non-compliance outlined in the RTO's audit report within 20 working days of the date of the notice; and
    • retain evidence the written direction has been complied with for examination at a future regulatory activity, by retaining evidence that the RTO has addressed each non-compliance outlined in its audit report.