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ASQA recently identified that many RTOs were confused about the extent to which third-party arrangements could be used for the delivery of training and assessment. ASQA has identified that many providers are unaware of the limitations posed by the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 (the NVR Act) when using third parties to deliver training and assessment.
As such, ASQA has developed a new General Direction and a fact sheet to clarify the requirements of the NVR Act.
This webinar discussed the key messages of the General Direction, including additional requirements for VET courses of concern, and the obligations of RTOs to ensure any third party arrangements they are utilising meet all legislative requirements.
Please see Velg Training's Nifty Guide to Third Party Arrangements in support of the guidance given during this webinar.
N.B Statements of Attendance or Certificates of Completion are not available with Velg Training products as we cannot verify attendance/viewing. However, this can still be recorded as valid professional development (PD) in your Trainer/Assessor Profile and verified by your supervisor, RTO Manager or CEO (depending on the policies and procedures adopted by your RTO).
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Webinar duration: 60 minutes
Bio of presenter: David Garner
As General Manager Regulatory Operations for the Australian Skills Quality Authority, David has responsibility for implementing ASQA’s regulatory strategy nationally, including monitoring compliance of both training providers, and intending providers, against the VET Quality Framework and Educational Services for Overseas Students Act.
Prior to the referral of powers that brought Queensland providers under ASQA’s jurisdiction, David was Director, Training Quality, in the Queensland Department of Education and Training.
Prior to joining the Queensland department in 2005, David worked in and managed training providers for many years. David has been active in sports administration for over 30 years and sat for many years on the board of the Queensland Fitness, Sport and Recreation Skills Alliance.