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asqa logoWhat this Standard means for your RTO - The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for qualifications in the Australian education and training system. The National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 requires that RTOs comply with the AQF as a condition of their registration. The AQF recognises RTOs as ‘authorised issuing organisations’, able to issue AQF qualifications and statements of attainment to learners who have satisfied the relevant competency requirements. All authorised issuing organisations are required to comply with the requirements of the AQF, including the volume of learning. The AQF has full effect from 1 January 2015.

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asqa crisisThe Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) are a set of principles designed to shape the unique characteristics of an RTO. Their application is paramount to safeguard the integrity of nationally recognised training.

These Standards are not steps, formulas or guidelines but are the essential characteristics of the VET system, as they ensure quality and industry responsive training outcomes.

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government-crestIn September 2014, the Minister for Industry, the Hon Ian Macfarlane MP announced that, at the end of the current contract period with Industry Skills Councils, the Australian Government would be moving to a more contestable model for the development and maintenance of training packages.

The Government is considering new approaches to the development and maintenance of training packages which will be underpinned by the implementation of a contestability framework to ensure employers, the training sector, graduates and the public are provided with the best possible outcomes at the best possible price and quality. Stakeholder feedback is crucial to the design of the final model.

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