ASQA’s Regulatory strategy 2019-21 outlines the systemic risk priorities that will be the focus of ASQA’s regulatory efforts over the next two years, including a new target area, VET in Schools.
As part of this strategy, ASQA will undertake a scoping study and consult with other government bodies to identify the risks associated with VET in schools. This will allow ASQA to determine whether a regulatory response and/or further work is required, including a potential strategic review into VET delivered in secondary schools.
ASQA’s role as the VET regulator does not extend to instigating structural changes to VET or Higher Education systems. However, ASQA works closely with TEQSA when dealing with multi-sector providers to ensure that actions relating to those providers are consistent.
ASQA does not offer consultancy services, or meet with applicants to discuss their applications. Our resources and information regarding processing procedures and timeframes are available on the ASQA website for all applicants and registered providers. The ASQA Info Line and email@example.com email address are also available to provide general information and advice.
Assessment and other resources should be developed specifically for individual RTOs and should take into consideration the training context and the intended learner cohort. A compliant assessment resource for one RTO may not be suitable for another RTO, therefore, ASQA does not provide examples of compliant assessment resources.
ASQA has developed a number of fact sheets and guides that may assist RTOs in selecting and developing assessment materials: