Coronavirus

Today, the Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business, the Hon Stuart Robert MP, and the Minister for Education and Youth, the Hon Alan Tudge MP, announced that ASQA will extend fee relief for VET providers and accredited course owners until 31 December 2021.

ASQA

ASQA has developed guidance to assist providers to deliver practical training and assessment in the workplace or under simulation.

Two people talking in front of a whiteboard

On 9 June 2020, ASQA published information about a new unit of competency and related skill sets for infection control training from the HLT Training Package that had been endorsed by the AISC in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A VET fashion student.

On Wednesday 1 July 2020, ASQA hosted a webinar on resumption planning: continuing delivery in a changed world.

Resumption planning webinar

As part of the Australian government financial relief measures announced in April, annual registration charges for 2020-21 are being waived.

-

ASQA is aware that it is a challenging time for VET providers seeking to continue to provide quality VET outcomes in a period of unprecedented social and economic uncertainty.

The AISC has subsequently provided a further statement on the use of the contextualisation advice.

Australian Industry and Skills Committee logo

ASQA has determined that it will not take regulatory action against providers that are unable to submit their 2019 quality indicator data.

On Wednesday 27 May 2020, ASQA hosted a webinar to provide information and guidance on remaining compliant when delivering courses via distance learning.

Webinar icon tile.

ASQA acknowledges the approval of new skill sets on infection control to upskill workers and manage risks arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Was this page helpful?