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ASQA - Forms: Request for approval of third party arrangements for VET courses of concern

Proposed third party arrangements in respect for VET courses of concern should not be notified to ASQA until approved. Download ASQA's form for requesting this approval using this link.

Duty Statement - Compliance Consultant example template

An example of a duty statement for a consultant responsible for a broad range of compliance advice and services

Duty Statement - Financial Administrator example template

An example of a duty statement for a financial administration responsible for financial processing and record keeping

ACER: Survey and Focus Groups of Students Enrolled in Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) Offshore (2018)

As part of the Australian Government’s National Strategy for International Education 2025, the Department of Education and Training commissioned the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) to provide an overview of the demographics and experiences of students enrolled in Australian vocational education and training (VET) offshore.

VET delivery in regional, rural and remote Australia: barriers and facilitators (2023)

This research investigated how the training sector could better meet the needs of regional, rural and remote Australia. It explored how various stakeholders in the VET system understand local skills needs, and the barriers faced by RTOs when delivering training in such locations.

ACER: National Report on Social Equity in VET 2013

This report has been developed by the National VET Equity Advisory Council (NVEAC) to provide baseline information on the participation, achievement and transitions from the Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) system for six groups in the Australian population: Indigenous Australians; people with a disability; people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background; people living in remote areas; people from low socioeconomic status backgrounds; and women.

Webinar Recording: NVPDW: Design of Training & Assessment Strategies & Industry Consultation

Recorded on 26/10/2020 and forming part of the National VET PD Week, this 90 minute session that includes an extra Q&A session unpacks the importance of the design of Training and Assessment Strategies and Industry consultation to ensure the TAS takes into account of a range of informing factors.

Velg Cast: Clustering Units of Competency for Assessment

This Velg Cast looks into the purpose behind clustering units of competency together, aligning those units against a specific assessment requirement, using decision making rules within an evidence gathering tool to reflect the requirements of multiple units of competency and representing this process through the use of various mapping documentation.

Australian Government: Safe and responsible AI in Australia (2023)

This paper seeks advice on steps Australia can take to mitigate the potential risks of AI. Recognising that many related Australian Government initiatives are already underway, we are seeking systemwide feedback on actions that can be taken across the economy on AI regulation and governance.

NCVER: Podcast - Rationalising VET qualifications: support for a clustered model (2020)

Vocational Voices S5, Episode 4 - Steve Davis talks to Professor John Buchanan, Business School, University of Sydney, David Morgan, CEO, Artibus Innovation and Simon Walker, Managing Director, NCVER about the notion of ‘clustering’ qualifications into vocational streams for a range of occupations and how it could be achieved.

Webinar Recording: Advanced TAE PD Week - Leading Assessment Practice

Recorded on the 21/04/2021 this webinar formed part of our Advanced TAE PD Week and focused on the mechanisms required to lead effective assessment processes, with groups of assessors within an RTO, as a part of a continuous improvement strategy.

ACMA: Adult digital media literacy needs - Qualitative research report (2009)

An Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) research report that provides findings from a study on the attitudes and experiences of non-users and limited adult users of digital media and communications within Australia

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