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Victorian Registration & Qualifications Authority
Edition 18
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A message from the Director

Welcome to the 18th edition of E-news.

This edition highlights a new online tool on the VRQA website designed to assist existing and prospective vocational education and training (VET) providers (including schools delivering VET and adult education providers) to estimate registration fees.

You can read the first in a series of information sheets for 2012. The first information sheet features trends observed in overseas students studying in Victorian and Australian schools.

In addition, you can now download the revised VET forms for initial registration, renewing registration and amending scope of registration.

I also draw your attention to a recent National Skills Standards Council communique about the review of standards for the regulation of VET and Tuition Assurance Schemes.

We welcome any feedback on this edition and encourage you to email suggestions for future articles to: vrqa@edumail.vic.gov.au.

 

Lynn Glover

 
VRQA Alerts and Events
 
AQTF pre-registration information sessions
Financial management guidance session
 

 



New fees estimator
 

An online fees estimator has been developed for VET providers (including schools delivering VET and adult education providers) and can now be accessed on the VRQA website.

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Information Sheet No.1- Trends in overseas students studying in schools
 

We have developed an information sheet featuring trends observed in overseas students studying in Victorian and Australian schools..

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Revised vocational education and training registration forms
 

We have recently revised the VRQA VET forms for providers who wish to register or renew their registration with the VRQA.

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Review of standards for the regulation of VET and Tuition Assurance Schemes
 

At its 20 April 2012 meeting, the National Skills Standards Council (NSSC) agreed to consider domestic Tuition Assurance Schemes as part of the broader review of the standards for the regulation of vocational education and training (VET).

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