September 2019 Totally VET Activity Report from VET BI
Only 6 new RTOs emerged last month – a slow month by any measure.
- 3 in New South Wales
- 2 in Victoria
- 1 in Queensland
Change to RTO Type
There were no RTO type changes last month.
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There were 15 restrictions added last month and 6 removed (some have been resolved since the end of the month). A significant number of the restrictions were not complete suspensions, indicating again that ASQA are being more nuanced and targeted in their enforcement actions.
- 9 actions to relating to general suspensions (some since restored);
- 3 scope or delivery limitations;
- 1 restriction on RPL delivery;
- 3 requirements to retain detailed records; and
- 2 non-sanction notification of commencement requirement.
RTOs who have changed their scope
There were 500 training components added to scope in September by a total of 288 providers. The vast majority (85%) related to an update of low voltage electrical safety/rescue units.
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Changes in RTO Funding Contracts
Most of the activity in September was in South Australia, with 4 providers approved for funding in that state.
Training Component Changes
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