ASQA recently released the RTO obligations checklist for 2019 to assist RTOs with keeping track of their upcoming requirements.
Every ASQA registered provider needs to stay on top of the basics of registration.
ASQA has today issued a general direction about resourcing requirements for applicants who are seeking initial registration, or who wish to change the scope of their registration.
You must apply to renew your RTO registration, and pay the application lodgement fee, at least 90 days before your registration is due to expire.
If you are involved in a change of ownership, either as disposer or acquirer, it is important you understand your obligations.
RTOs are required to meet the requirements of section 31 (1)(a) of the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 when applying to renew registration.
On 1 May 2018, ASQA announced increased scrutiny on new applications for registration to deliver VET and/or international education.
The new Becoming an RTO (animated video) explains the revised process for initial registration as an RTO or an English-language course provider with ASQA.
RTOs will start receiving invoices for their annual registration charge at the start of July.
To further protect the quality and reputation of the VET and international education sectors, from 1 July 2018, ASQA will apply even greater scrutiny to all applications to establish new training providers.