ASQA Update-Issue 60, ‎‎‎‎‎‎October 2019

The Australian Government has announced significant reforms to the VET sector including a new VET Stakeholder Committee and plans to expand ASQA’s role to provide more education to providers.

We are making some improvements to asqanet. A new feature will change how stakeholders and students lodge complaints to ASQA, helping us better identify and target provider risk.

In response to user feedback, ASQA has made a number of revisions to the Financial Viability Risk Assessment (FVRA) tool to make it more user friendly.

ASQA has developed an Industry Consultation form to assist course developers in meeting requirements.

ASQA is updating its policy around change of ownership obligations from 31 October 2019.


ASQA is now able to upload the academic results from closed RTOs to students’ Unique Student Identifier (USI) transcripts outside the regular data submission windows.

ASQA is aware that unfortunately, there are unqualified organisations issuing fake certificates in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.

Read the ‎October 2019 edition of the ASQA Update newsletter.



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