Welcome to the April 2022 issue of the VET BI report.
New RTO activity has been steady over the past few months. There were 11 new RTOs registered in April 2022. There were also a large number of changes in the Power Generation and Public Services Qualification Categories.
45809 Australian International College of Skills & Education Pty Ltd (Welfare and Community Services)
45812 Seir Beauty School (Beauty)
45818 Edward Business College Pty Ltd (Business)
45810 Outreach Education and Training Consultants Pty Ltd (Welfare)
45811 Australian Vocational Training (Civil Construction and Building)
45814 Multicultural Community Services Geelong Inc (Welfare)
45815 South Brisbane Institute (Food and Beverage)
45816 Atlantic College Pty Ltd (Business)
45813 Wordington Leadership and Management Development Centre Pty Ltd (Business)
52946 Austraining (WA) Pty Ltd (Financial Services)
45817 Cbit Academy Pty Ltd (Defence)
3591 Australian Industrial Trainers, Assessors & Consultants (Aitac) (Broad Scope) changed from Industry association to Private education/training business or centre: privately operated registered training organisation.
Tracking regulatory decisions has become more difficult lately with the retention of history on TGA and the interface. This gives us more information but it is less coherent and each case has to be analysed individually to understand the decision and applicable dates, the AAT review process, and the resulting current status. In the interest of fairness, we will endeavor to paint any RTO mentioned in the least negative light we can given the information available. Rather than a definitive list, please treat this content as a selection of news items which may be of interest.
There was only one restriction of note this month:
45619 Heritage School of Business (Australian Capital Territory, Business) – Rejection of renewal application under review.
Training component changes
There was high number of changes to many packages this month.
There was a focus on Power Generation (439), Public Service (210) and Business (107) Qualification categories this month along with a smaller but not insignificant number of changes for Welfare (56), Aviation Operations(41) and Community Services (35).
There were changes in Public Service (18) and Power Generation (12) groups.
There were changes in the following groups. Security (27), Sport (22), Training (22), Business (17), Welfare(13), Foundation Skills(11), Language(11) and Agriculture (10).
There were a significant number of changes in Safety (684), Building (654), Power Generation (502) and Public Service groups (353). There were also changes to First Aid Units (45).
Relatively quiet this month there were 5 new funding registrations (1 in NSW, 2 in WA and 2 in TAS) and 3 removals (2 in QLD and 1 in WA). Given the number of RTOs added to national funding scheme since JobMaker, this is a relatively small adjustment.
You can view the reports below for all details on recent activity and changes.