ASQA Corporate Plan 2022–23
The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has published its Corporate Plan 2022-23, which sets out the strategic direction for the national vocational education and training (VET) regulator for the next four years.
Chief Executive Officer, Saxon Rice said the Corporate Plan outlines ASQA’s commitment to continuous improvement and builds on the significant enhancements to ASQA’s regulatory practice that were introduced in 2021-22.
“In 2021–22, we focused on supporting the shift in ASQA’s regulatory approach towards provider self-assurance and excellence in training outcomes, enhancing our educative approach and engagement with the VET sector, and driving the organisational and cultural change required to ensure sustained improvements over the longer term. Those improvements have shaped this year’s Corporate Plan, which also presents a refined performance framework with key actions and accountabilities that will support us to deliver on outcomes,” Ms Saxon said.
“The improvements to our approach in this year’s Corporate Plan have been informed by feedback from our sector stakeholders, advice from the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Advisory Council, and from our internal assurance outcomes”, Ms Rice said.
“The Corporate Plan 2022-23 also reflects our readiness to respond to the dynamic environment within which the sector continues to operate, including how our regulation supports government priorities to equip Australians with the skills needed for emerging jobs and to enable economic growth by addressing current skills shortages.