ASQA has implemented a system upgrade to correctly represent the status of qualifications and units of competency on an RTO’s scope of registration. If a course is in teach-out or superseded, it will no longer appear on the provider’s current scope on training.gov.au.
Users can still access to superseded items on training.gov.au by selecting the ‘Display history’ checkbox on training.gov.au.
RTOs can still deliver these scope items where this complies with ASQA’s General direction on transition and teach-out.
RTOs must manage the transition from superseded Training Packages or accredited courses within 12 months of their publication on the national register. This also applies for individual units of competency. For minor changes where the unit maintains the same national code but the version has been updated (for instance, from version “A” to “B”), the RTO is not required to apply to ASQA to update its scope of registration on the national register as part of its transition obligations.
For more information about the above and general directions on transition and teach-out click here.