ASQA Audit In May 2016 ASQA completed our post initial audit as well as an audit to increase our training scope in response to our request to change our registration to add Certificate III Horticulture. We were successful in adding horticulture to our scope as part of our post initial audit and accordingly Cert III […]
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What a busy year 2015 was. We have seen a raft of changes for registered Training Organisations (RTO). New standards were introduced as well as tighter regulations to ensure the very best training is offered to students not just in NSW but nationally. We also saw 50 people graduate with a Certificate III Warehousing Operations. […]
The Industry Skills Council released a report in April entitled NO MORE EXCUSES, An Industry Response to the Language, Literacy and Numeracy Challenge. This report covers the literacy and numeracy skills of Australian workers across the country. It was found that 2 million Australians of working age are classified in the lowest literacy category. More […]
In June the Student Identifiers Act 2014 was passed and its implementation of the Unique Student Identifier (USI) becomes effective 1 January 2015. What this means to students is that they will now have a unique student identifier (USI) that they will be able to track all the vocational training that they do regardless of […]
Recent http://www.laviagraes.com/ developments http://medexpress2015.com/ after the Human Rights decision and federal budget & what the future implications MIGHT be for industry players The push by the old Miscellaneous Workers Union now called the United Voice is for supported wage employees wage raises from approximately $10 per hour to $16.80. This is great in theory and […]