ASQA is the national regulator for Australia's vocational education and training (VET) sector. ASQA is an impartial government agency.
This means that ASQA cannot:
- give you advice about which course to study
- help you choose which provider to study with, or
- provide information about studying in Australia or applying for VET courses.
Before you sign up for a VET course, it's important to understand exactly what you are committing to, what it will cost and what the course will deliver.
Who can help me find a training provider?
There are resources online to help you find the best training provider and course for you.
My Skills is Australia's directory of training. It includes information on training in Australia for school leavers, students, apprentices, and employers.
- Search for a training provider on My Skills.
A complete list of training providers is maintained at training.gov.au, the authoritative national register of the VET sector in Australia.
- Search for a training provider on training.gov.au.
myfuture is Australia's national career information and exploration service, helping people to make career decisions, plan career pathways and manage work transitions. myfuture is for anyone who needs information to support their own or others' career planning.
On the myfuture website you'll find a career exploration tool to help you choose a career direction and plan your future, and detailed career information, for example, about occupations, industries, education and training providers, courses and programmes.
- Search for a course on myfuture.
Fact sheet—choosing a training or education provider
When choosing a training or education provider, it's important to consider whether the provider and the course will meet your needs and expectations.
ASQA’s Fact sheet—choosing a training or education provider includes a consumer checklist with important questions to ask a potential provider. The checklist also includes a list of additional questions that international students should consider.