THE NEW AUSTRALIAN QUALITY MODEL. HAVE THEY RAISED THE BAR TOO HIGH ?. Part A. THE REGULATOR’S CASE. The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
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HAVE THEY RAISED THE BAR TOO HIGH?
Two States continue to regulate training providers training domestic students within their state. This means that ASQA regulates over 82% of all registered training providers.
National Panel of Compliance Auditors
Registered Training Organisations
Commonwealth Department of Innovation, Industry, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education
Chief Executive Officer
Ministers’ Standing Committee on Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment
State/Territory Education Ministers
Deputy Commissioner, Commissioner Compliance
Commissioner Risk Analysis & Investigation
Australian Skills Quality Authority
National Skills Standards Council
Offices in all capital cities in Australia
Applications received 1 July 2011 – 30 June 2013
737 applications relating to course accreditation also received.
ASQA has 200 full time staff and 80 contractors.
ASQA expects the applicant organisation or RTO to demonstrate how they comply with the standards.
Strategic Industry Reviews
Engagement with industry, students and government
Engagement with training providers