VET sector

The Federal Court has ordered a Queensland training company and its director to pay significant penalties for continuing to represent itself as a RTO—and issue qualifications—after ASQA did not renew its registration.

ASQA welcomes the conviction of four people involved in creating false student records and other documents.

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New figures predict a 5.2 per cent increase in completion rates for those who commenced a Certificate I or above in 2016.

The report released today by the NCVER shows student numbers are steady at 4.2 million.

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A Queensland man who misled three individuals into providing payment for false qualifications has been ordered to pay a pecuniary penalty of $31,400.

ASQA has published new resources to help providers understand the key organisations involved in overseeing the VET sector, and what each organisation does.

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Andrew Scott Reid fabricated four bogus vocational education and training (VET) qualifications for himself and used them in an attempt to gain employment.

The Australian Training Awards have seven award categories open for direct entry, which close Thursday 31 May 2018.

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The national register of vocational education and training (VET), training.gov.au, has updated the listing format for providers that withdraw their registration as a provider of VET.

Public consultations with VET stakeholders on the implementation of recommendations made by ASQA in the 2017 report on short courses will be open until 9 March 2018.

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