Providers that effectively self-assure their practices have systems and processes in place to critically examine their performance and student outcomes on an ongoing basis. This helps them ensure ongoing compliance and identify ways in which they can continue to improve.
Self-assurance forms an important part of managing risk in your organisation. Providers employing effective self-assurance practices demonstrate a commitment and capability to delivering quality training.
A provider who is applying effective self-assurance practices will:
- identify and fix issues as they arise
- manage risks to quality outcomes and, in doing so, ensure quality student outcomes
- have confidence that they meet regulatory requirements (including meeting the quality standards) - now and into the future.
While feedback on our self-assurance consultation paper has closed, we still want to hear how providers currently self-assure their practices to meet compliance requirements and deliver quality outcomes for students. We are looking for examples from all kinds of providers and across a variety of contexts to build a shared understanding of self-assurance across the sector.