Federal court upholds ASQA decision
A unanimous decision of 3 Federal Court judges has dismissed an appeal from ASQA’s decision to reject the renewal of registration of Site Skills Group Pty Ltd (SSG) as a vocational education and training (VET) provider.
VET provider ordered to pay $23,000 in penalties for acting outside the scope of their registration
The Federal Court has ordered a training provider to pay significant penalties for 11 contraventions of the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 (the NVR Act).
Join us in combatting sexual harassment in the workplace
A 2018 national survey, conducted by the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) showed that sexual harassment in Australian workplaces is still widespread and pervasive.
Advice on maintaining quality of training and assessment
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.
Fraudulent VET provider ordered to pay $571,000
The Federal Court has ordered a South Australian woman to pay significant penalties for 156 contraventions of the NVR Act.
A new era for the VET sector
ASQA welcomes the Australian Government’s release of the rapid review into our regulatory practices and processes outlining how we will work together with the sector and key stakeholders towards better regulation.
ASQA calls for expressions of interest for Stakeholder Liaison Group
ASQA is calling for expressions of interest to become a member of a new ASQA Stakeholder Liaison Group (SLG).
Government announces financial relief for sector
The Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, and the Minister for Education, the Hon Dan Tehan MP, have announced a package of measures to lift the financial pressures on registered training organisations.
Advice on China travel
The Department of Health has released updated advice to RTOs in relation to the coronavirus outbreak.
South Australia Training Advocate changes
ASQA has been made aware that the South Australia Training Advocate has ceased providing external dispute resolution services.