Course transition

​​​​Most VET courses consist of units of competency developed through a national consultation process with industry and are published in training packages. VET is also delivered through accredited courses.

Training packages are updated to meet the needs of industry, enterprises and individuals. When this happens, new or revised qualifications can supersede those on a registered training organisation's (RTO's) scope of registration.

We encourage RTOs to move to the newest version of a course as soon as practicable so their students are not disadvantaged.

An RTO cannot enrol new students in:

  • a superseded training package product after a certain date
  • an accredited course after its expiry date.

This is known as the transition period. Students who are already enrolled must complete their training in a timely manner, or be transferred to the new training package product as appropriate.

Your RTO may continue to enrol and deliver training in a superseded training package product until the end of the transition period.

You are responsible for managing your RTO's scope of registration. We will not remove a qualification from a scope of registration without an RTO's written permission.

You can apply to amend your scope of registration or lodge a standing application.

For more information on these two options, see:

Transition notice 

The following transition notice is still valid and can be used until the end of the transition period.

​CodePDF versionWord versionTransition period ends
​22527VIC Certificate II in Integrated Technologies (pdf - 297.21kb)Certificate II in Integrated Technologies (docx - 814.67kb)​31 August 2020

22554VIC and 22555VIC

Course in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy and Certificate I in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy (pdf - 306.6kb)Course in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy and Certificate I in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy (docx - 814.67kb)31 August 2020
​22556VIC​Course in the Management of Asthma Risks and Emergencies in the Workplace (pdf - 320.22kb)Course in the Management of Asthma Risks and Emergencies in the Workplace (docx - 814.59kb)​31 August 2020