Welcome to the September 2020 issue of the VET BI report.
New RTOs registrations bounced back strongly, and there were no new RTO restrictions last month. Perhaps it’s the new standardised federal VET funding scheme prompting some new activity, or perhaps it’s just a side-effect of COVID-19 lockdown disruption, but the VET landscape is definitely in a state of flux right now. Business threats and opportunities in the sector abound and in this environment, significant change is inevitable.
There were 15 new RTO registrations this month – a big bounce back to some strong numbers. Here are the new entrants in September:
45644 Opulence College Pty Ltd (Business)
45634 Richard Beesley (Sport)
45636 Oxford Creative Academy Pty Ltd (Performing Arts)
45638 Luminous Education Australia (Business)
45642 Focus Academy of Learning (Business)
45641 NSW Sheriff and Justice Academy (Business)
45645 Global Skills Development Group Pty Ltd (Broad Scope)
45633 Phoenix College of Australia Pty Ltd (Security)
45635 Helitec Pty Ltd (Aviation Operations)
45631 Australian Scholar’s College Pty Ltd (Business)
45632 Embracia Education & Development Pty Ltd (Welfare)
45640 Acacia Institute (Food and Beverage)
45639 West Melbourne Institute of Technology Pty Ltd (Welfare)
52924 Aca Training (Oil and Gas)
52923 Cape Training & Assessing Pty Ltd (Civil Construction)
RTO Type Change
There were no type changes this month.
There were no new restrictions added in September and no other changes either!
Training component changes
Resources package got a major update, and again a range of employment-focused accredited courses begin updated.
It was a modest month for new funding approvals, with 6 RTOs added and none removed:
VET BI can provide you with email alerts about who’s getting funding (and who’s not) that is targeted to your subjects and regions of interest.
You can view the reports below for all details on recent activity and changes.