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ASH and Other Targets. How are Targets Set?. Institute Performance Agreement ASH Targets Profile Review (use Access Economics to determine initial targets) Institute consultations Institute recommendations ASH targets finalised Other Targets

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how are targets set
How are Targets Set?
  • Institute Performance Agreement
    • ASH Targets
      • Profile Review (use Access Economics to determine initial targets)
      • Institute consultations
      • Institute recommendations
      • ASH targets finalised
  • Other Targets
    • Set to ensure a range of State and Federal priorities are met
      • NSW Vet Strategic Plan, Results and Services Plan, DET Corporate Plan and State Plan, National Agreement for Skills and Workforce Development, COAG Agreement, and National Partnership Agreement
other 2010 targets cont
Other 2010 Targets (cont)

RPL & Gap Training:

Unemployed or no previous qualification

Strengthening RPL:

All students who have at least one unit as RPL

Learning Guarantee:

Unemployed, unqualified or in PT employment, 18 years or less, completed less than Yr 12, not at school or TVET, enrolled in courses at CII

Government Commitment Enrolment Targets

ash rates
$ASH Rates
  • Colleges
  • $ASH Rates are based on the Unit ASH in a RAM Category divided by the Actual $ spent in that RAM Category for the previous Financial Year
  • These $ASH Rates then become the new rates for the next 2 Semesters
  • Colleges are then given a “Global Budget” based on the total of the $ for each RAM Category.
  • OTEN
  • Clusters $ASH Rate is calculated by dividing the Semester ASH into the Semester $ to give an average $ASH Rate, which is applied to all RAM Categories

Business Rules


  • ASH Targets for Core are Funds 001 and 012 combined and ASH targets include RPL

Business Rules

  • ASH Targets cannot be shifted between RAM Categories however ASH can be shifted within RAM Category across Colleges to ensure that the overall RAM ASH target is met
  • The $ Budget allocation is determined by the $ASH rate X the ASH target
  • The funds ($) are not tied to ASH (Global Budget model) and can be shifted between RAM Categories within a College as required.
  • Colleges are free to determine their own $ ASH rates for teaching sections and RAM Categories with a College
  • Colleges notify a DE Industry Line if they are unable to meet ASH target to allow ASH to be moved to the same RAM Category in another College

Business Rules (cont)

  • A reconciliation (Washup) of College performance against targets is applied at the end of the semester
  • The $ for any under delivery in a RAM category is returned to Institute
  • Over delivery in a RAM category is funded up to the Institute target for the RAM Category. If more than one College over delivers then the under delivered ASH up to the Institute target is split on a pro rata basis
  • Delivery over the Institute RAM ASH target is not funded by the Institute

Systems and Processes

  • A range of Monitoring and reporting systems and processes have been developed to support the Delivery Planning Process, these include;
    • Locally developed cubes published into Data Warehouse which show performance against targets
    • Web based application that allows Colleges to view data at a course level by both RAM and FU
    • Database which links all reporting systems (including cubes) and provides printed reports
    • Monthly meetings with Colleges to review performance

Contact Details

Garry Wagstaffe 9208-9275 Email

Carolyn Rosier 9208-9305 Email

Marg Sheringham 9208 9293 Email

Access to Data Warehouse

Contact Geeta Varadarajaran 9208-9268 Email