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ASQA link to a list of ‘trigger words’ that highlight where foundation skills are needed; and also a table that provides some examples of how foundation skills can be described in a unit of competency.
An example template for a Policy and Procedure about consultation with Trainer and Assessor Staff as part of continuous improvement
Training Accreditation Council (TAC) webinar deals with common misunderstandings and confusions about RPL and related concepts, examines the requirements of the Standards, then presents an approach to RPL that supports the needs of the individual, industry, the RTO, the Training Package and the Standards.
Industry Skills Council Foundation Skills Network (ISCFSN) publication focuses on what can be done in training programs to make sure they help ATSI learners with language, literacy and numeracy issues
This podcast answers these commonly asked questions and provides information on: specifications within the Standards for RTOs; credentials you must hold to be a trainer and assessor in the VET sector and reasons for these; and how RTOs and individuals can meet these requirements.
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.
An example of a duty statement for a financial administration responsible for financial processing and record keeping
An example of a duty statement for a consultant responsible for a broad range of compliance advice and services
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.
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.
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.
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.
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