The decision to cancel a qualification or statement of attainment is a reviewable decision under section 199 of the Act.
You may apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (the AAT) for a review of ASQA’s decision under section 203(2) of the Act.
The AAT is an independent review authority that has the power to affirm, vary or set aside ASQA's decisions. The AAT aims to provide fair, impartial, high quality and prompt review with as little formality and technicality as possible.
Under section 41(2) of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975, you also have the right to apply for a stay of the enforcement or implementation of ASQA's decision until such time as the AAT determines its review of the decision.
An application to the AAT for a review of the decision must be submitted within 28 days, starting from the day you receive notification of ASQA's decision and will usually require the payment of an application fee. Your application to the AAT must be submitted in writing using the AAT forms available from the AAT Registry in your capital city, or from the AAT website: www.aat.gov.au
Review applications may also be lodged at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, GPO Box 9955 in your capital city. You may contact the AAT directly by telephone at 1300 366 700.
Information regarding application fees for the AAT can be found at the following link: AAT Application Fees