The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) advises that it has made the following regulatory decisions.
Cancellation of registration as a provider of vocational education and training (VET) services
- Austech Institute Pty Ltd, trading as Chrysalis Institute of Technology (RTO number 41408)
- Australia Liberty College Pty Ltd, trading as Liberty Construction College, Liberty International College (RTO number 45199)
- AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING PTY. LTD., trading as ANET Training (RTO number 45005)
- Australian School of Business and Law Pty Ltd, trading as Australian School of Business and Law Pty Ltd (RTO number 31206)
- AUSTRALIAN TRAINING CENTRE PTY LTD, trading as Australian Training Centre (RTO number 41503)
- Block Education Pty Ltd (RTO number 41180)
- Corporate Business Academy Pty Ltd, trading as McIver College (RTO number 45120)
- Deltawest Holdings Pty Ltd, trading as Deltawest Training, Freshair East Coast (RTO number 40599)
- ELIXIR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PTY. LTD., trading as Oxford Institute of Technology (RTO number 45038)
- INSTITUTE OF BELIEVE ACHIEVE & INSPIRE LIMITED (RTO number 45103)
- MELBOURNE INSTITUTE FOR FURTHER EDUCATION PTY LTD (RTO number 41550)
- Murray College of Health Education Pty Ltd, trading as Murray College of Vocational Education (RTO number 3975)
- PROGALOR HUB PTY. LTD., trading as ProGalore Institute, ProGalor Hub (RTO number 41358)
- THE VICTORIAN CENTRE FOR TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PTY. LTD., trading as Australian People Management Institute (RTO number 45114).
Rejection of application to renew registration as a provider of VET services
- DRAUTTO PTY LTD, trading as Fix Australia (RTO number 40762)
- EM HAURI PTY LTD, trading as World Tec College, EMH Industries (RTO number 40850)
- Murray College of Health Education Pty Ltd, trading as Murray College of Vocational Education (RTO number 3975).
Suspension of registration as a provider of VET services
- INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE SYDNEY PTY LTD, trading as International Institute Sydney (RTO number 41281).
Click on the hyperlink to see additional information and updates for each decision.
ASQA, the national VET regulator, has taken these decisions following regulatory scrutiny of each training provider. ASQA contends that the providers have not operated consistently with the requirements of the VET Quality Framework, which is a condition of registration.
Training providers subject to an adverse regulatory decision have the right to have the decision reviewed. A provider may, in certain circumstances, apply to have ASQA reconsider its decision. Where available, providers can apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) to have ASQA’s decision reviewed. More information about review options is available on the ASQA website.
During a review or reconsideration process, the provider may seek a stay of the decision or an extension of the date the decision takes effect, which may permit the provider to continue to operate until the review process is finalised. The ASQA website contains up-to-date information on the status of any review processes. It is advisable to check the website to obtain current information concerning the status of regulatory decisions.