If you are not satisfied with a decision made by ASQA, you have a number of options.
When developing your training and assessment strategies, your RTO must ensure the amount of training you will provide is sufficient.
As the national regulator of the VET sector, ASQA aims for students, employers and governments to have full confidence in the quality of education and training provided by RTOs and providers registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).
ASQA is implementing a new approach to audit during 2016 and early 2017.
This fact sheet explains the charges related to the investigation of complaints about national VET regulator registered training organisations (NVR RTOs).
This fact sheet explains the most important things to look for when choosing a training or education provider, and a recognised training or education course.
This fact sheet explains the charges related to compliance audits.
Validation is a quality review process that confirms your RTO’s assessment system can consistently produce valid assessment judgements.
This fact sheet explains how RTOs registered with ASQA can deliver elective units as part of a training package qualification.
Financial viability risk assessments are a mandatory requirement for all organisations seeking initial registration with ASQA.
This fact sheet provides a brief overview of how to apply for initial accreditation of a course.
RTOs and CRICOS providers are responsible for ensuring that educational premises (i.e. delivery sites) comply with health and safety requirements.
ASQA has published a fact sheet to assist students enrolled with one of the liquidated RTOs owned by Vocation Limited.
The National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 (NVR Act) contains a range of civil penalty provisions some of which may be dealt with by way of an infringement notice. The decision to issue an infringement notice is one of a range of enforcement actions ASQA can take in order to enforce compliance with the law.
This fact sheet aims to help RTOs understand the marketing and advertising requirements of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015, specifically Clause 4.1.
This fact sheet aims to help RTOs understand the requirements of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015, specifically Clauses 1.13 – 1.16.
This fact sheet provides general guidance for providers delivering courses to overseas students about monitoring and reporting on the attendance of your students.
This fact sheet provides general guidance for providers delivering courses to overseas students about monitoring and reporting on the course progress of your students.
ASQA has established a range of mechanisms for identifying and assessing the risks posed by providers.
This fact sheet aims to help RTOs understand their obligations under the Standards and other relevant legislation.
This fact sheet provides summary information on deciding if an accredited course should be renewed and the process of preparing and submitting a renewal of accreditation application.
This fact sheet tells you about the ASQA review process for decisions under the NVR Act and the ESOS Act.
This fact sheet contains sample documentation or templates for testamurs, records of results, and statements of attainment.
As part of its new audit approach, ASQA is seeking greater input from training providers’ current and former students including through interviews, surveys and focus groups. This fact sheet explains the survey that your students will be asked to complete and your role in assisting ASQA with this process.
The Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015 include a number of clauses that set out how RTOs should engage and manage their relationships with third parties. This fact sheet suggests steps your RTO can take to help ensure your third-party arrangements meet these requirements.
This fact sheet provides information about clause 1.8 of the Standards for RTOs 2015.
This fact sheet explains the purpose of accredited courses, and aims to help you understand when it may be appropriate to develop a new accredited course.