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Document List

  • The Editorial Report confirms that a draft Training Package or Training Package component(s) have been proof read and edited including against the Standards for Training Packages 2012, the Training Package Products Policy, and the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy.

  • The Equity Report confirms that a draft Training Package or Training Package component(s) meets the access and equity requirements including against the Standards for Training Packages 2012, the Training Package Products Policy, and the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy

  • Evaluation of the Reading Writing Hotline Final Report

  • From 1 January 2017 VET Student Loans commenced replacing the VET FEE‑HELP  for all new students. Students currently financing their studies through a VET FEE‑HELP loan will not be automatically transferred to the new VET Student Loans program.

  • From 1 January 2017 VET Student Loans commenced, replacing the VET FEE‑HELP for all new students.

    Some grandfathered students, who have accessed VET FEE-HELP and completed units in 2017, but have not yet completed their course, may be eligible to extend their VET FEE-HELP assistance into 2018 under exceptional circumstances.

    These...

  • The Financial Viability Instructions (FVI) inform applicants of the financial information that is required, the form in which it must be prepared and how financial viability will be assessed.

  • The administrative information for providers (AIP) manuals help approved providers interpret and implement the student support policies that are enacted under the Higher Education Support Act 2003 and associated guidelines.

  • This is a user's guide on how to use the HITS system.

  • The Industry Proposal is an opportunity to draw attention to training package development work of national significance that has not been identified through an IRC Skills Forecast and Proposed Schedule of Work and is not part of the current National Review Schedule approved by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC).

  • Industry Specialist Mentoring for Australian Apprentices Guidelines

  • 2019 Industry skills forecast and proposed schedule of work template 

  • The former Australian Government’s Standing Council on Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment, which in 2013 was replaced by the COAG Industry and Skills Council, developed the strategy.

  • The following form will enable the National Training Complaints Hotline website to verifying that you have authority to submit a complaint on behalf of another person.

  • Confirms that a draft Training Package or Training Package component(s) are consistent with the Training Package Principles set out in the Training Package Development and Endorsement Process Policy, and any other quality requirements set out in the Standards for Training Packages 2012, the Training Package Products Policy, and the Training...

  • A series of questions and answers have been prepared to assist providers in understanding the changes that come into effect from 1 January 2016.  The document includes an update to some additional questions as of July 2016.

  • The discussion paper seeks to promote public discussion and inform the redesign of the VET-FEE HELP scheme.

    Senator the Hon Scott Ryan, Minister for Vocational Education and Skills seeks feedback on the ideas presented in the paper which includes a series of questions to guide stakeholders in providing comment.

    The closing date...

  • The Redevelopment and Audit of the VET Student Loans Data Collection Discussion Paper (the paper) opens consultation with VSL stakeholders to seek views on how the department and DHS can ensure relevant, high qulaity data is collected through the Collection, using best practice submission processes.  This paper is similar in purpose and aim to...

  • SEE Programme Evaluation Report

  • Standards for Training Packages

  • This document is one of three products that form the organising framework of standards that support the development of industry Training Packages.

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