|VET accredited courses confirm recognition to be given to the course by licensing, regulatory, professional or industry bodies where applicable.|
Where the outcomes of a course are recognised by a professional or industry body, information is to be included in the course document at Section B: 4.3. For example, successful completion of the course may be recognised in the form of membership to a professional body being granted.
You must submit evidence from the relevant body confirming the recognition with your course accreditation application.
Where the outcomes of a course satisfy licensing or regulatory requirements, information is to be provided in the course document at Section B: 4.4.
You must provide evidence to demonstrate that the relevant industry regulatory stakeholders have been engaged in both:
- consultation activities (to establish a need for the course), and
- the course development process.
You will also need to provide evidence from the industry regulator confirming the regulatory outcome can be achieved upon completion with your course accreditation application.
|If course completion may result in membership or licensing/regulatory requirements being met, ASQA’s Accredited course document template requires you to provide evidence confirming any recognition given to the course by professional, industry or licensing/regulatory bodies.|