The Deputy Chief Commissioner and Commissioner, Regulatory Operations decided to:
- Suspend, under the NVR Act s 36(2)(e) and s 38:
- all of the RTO’s scope of registration, 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.
Following reconsideration, ASQA decided to vary the decision to the following:
- Give a written direction, under NVR Act s 35A of the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 (NVR Act), requiring the organisation to:
- rectify this breach by addressing each non-compliance outlined in the attached audit report and
- provide evidence that the written direction has been complied with to ASQA within 20 workingdays of the date of this notice.