Media releases

The Federal Court has ordered a Tasmanian man to pay significant penalties for providing a VET course without registration and for issuing qualifications that were not genuine.

Three ex-employees of a former RTO are among nine people arrested following a joint operation led by NSW Police.

The Federal Court has ordered a Queensland training company and its director to pay significant penalties for continuing to represent itself as a RTO—and issue qualifications—after ASQA did not renew its registration.

ASQA will continue to target international education and the capability of trainers and assessors as part of its 2018-20 regulatory strategy.

ASQA advises that it has recently made the following regulatory decisions.

ASQA welcomes the conviction of four people involved in creating false student records and other documents.

A Queensland man who misled three individuals into providing payment for false qualifications has been ordered to pay a pecuniary penalty of $31,400.

ASQA today confirmed that it is implementing revised fees and charges from 6 July 2018. This follows Ministerial approval of the final fees and charges proposed by ASQA during a public consultation process in late 2017.

The results of ASQA's latest site audit surveys have confirmed that RTOs continue to be satisfied with the regulator’s audit processes.

ASQA will cancel security qualifications issued to 226 individuals by former RTO Sage Academy Training Pty Ltd (RTO number 41505, Sage Academy).

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