ASQA Corporate Plan 2023–24

30 August 2023

The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has published its Corporate Plan 2023-24, 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 explained that the Corporate Plan outlines ASQA’s purpose and sets a refreshed direction for how ASQA will collaborate to build its own and the VET sector’s capability over the next four years (2023-23 to 2026-27), to ensure quality vocational education and training so students, industry, governments, and the community have confidence in the integrity of national qualifications issued by training providers. 

“Our forward program of work and regulatory risk priorities continue to reflect the complex changes experienced across our business operating environments, and changes impacting the system and providers over the past few years.” 

“We are committed to continuously improve including through the implementation of a new Service Charter and improved service standards, as well as ongoing implementation of an agency-wide approach to enhance our data and intelligence capability, to inform and prioritise our regulatory activities and resources,” Ms Rice said.

“The refinement of our Regulatory Risk Framework and Regulatory Operating Model will ensure proportionate and targeted regulation, as well as improvements to reporting outcomes and insights shared with the sector.”

“Our people and their resilience to change are essential elements of ASQA’s continuous improvement journey. Against a significantly evolving resource landscape, we are committed to enabling a work environment that provides a tangible value proposition for our workforce.”

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