Working in the VET system


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An overview of the Vocational Education and Training System

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  • AQF – sets out the levels of qualifications and the expected outcomes at each levelRegistered with Victoria AQTF - sets out the standards and conditions that RTOs must comply with.Registered with ASQA – VET Quality Framework
  • Most Training used to be regulated by state bodies. However we now have a National Regulator ASQA. Victoria has not entered into the agreement for the National regulator so is still under the VRQANSSC has taken over the role of NQC. To bring together the major players in the VET sector including industry, unions, government etc. It helps to ensure quality in the VET sector. Whilst it is now defunct the website is still worth a visit.Good idea to bookmark all these websites.
  • Look up the internet and see if you can find your industry skill council
  • Working in the VET system

    1. 1. Working within the VocationalEducation and Training System Your Local Learning and Neighbourhood Centre
    2. 2. Overview of the VET SystemVET is closely regulated so that it offers up-to-date real world training opportunities.VET policies and conditions include:• Policies and procedures set by national organisations• Standards and Conditions of the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF)• Organisational/Legislative requirements
    3. 3. Training Packages• Qualifications Framework – Australian Qualifications Framework – Qualifications in the Training Package – Packaging Rules• Assessment Guidelines – Requirements for Assessment• Units of Competency
    4. 4. Purchasing Guide• Available at Training Support Network• Version History• Nominal Hours• Sample Training Programs
    5. 5. National Policies and Frameworks Australian Quality Training Framework
    6. 6. Governing Bodies• Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR)• Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) – The new national regulator •• National Skills Standards Council – Replaces the National Quality Council •• Victorian Registrations and Qualifications Authority – State Regulatory Body •
    7. 7. Other Bodies• Industry Skills Councils (ISC) – One for each industry – Develop and maintain training packages •• Registered Training Organisations – Organisations which deliver nationally regocognised training – Have to meet AQTF standards and conditions
    8. 8. Organisational Polices and Procedures• Legislation• Industry standards• Licensing requirements• Industry policies and procedures• RTO policies and procedures
    9. 9. Presented by Pauline Wilson YNH Services