Tribunal and court decisions

We link to a complete list of all publicly available Tribunal and Court reasons for decisions involving ASQA. This information is provided to:

  • assist students and potential students in making informed decisions when choosing a provider
  • provide industry, government and the public with accurate and accessible information on the merits and legality of ASQA's regulatory decisions.

ASQA only links Tribunal and Court decisions made publicly available by the particular Tribunal. For example, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) under the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975 or the Federal Court under the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976.

These links are directed to decisions published on the Australian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) website following AustLII's Linking Policy.

View Tribunal and Court decisions

Understanding Tribunal and Court decisions

Someone who is dissatisfied with a decision made by ASQA may seek review of that decision in the AAT. They may also contest that decision in court proceedings in certain circumstances.

The AAT ensures that ASQA is accountable for its decisions and actions. The AAT may review certain decisions made by ASQA under Division 1, Part 9 of the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011.

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