NSW Transition Process to TAE40110 announced

NSW Transition Process to TAE40110 announced

Queensland is the ‘first’ cab off the rank, with over 20 QLD-based RTOs now with TAE40110 on their scope of registration.  Meanwhile in NSW…

VETAB has announced the transition process for RTOs in NSW.  My interpretation of what VETAB has said is below.  I have to stress:  This is my interpretation only, it is not ‘official’ word.  To see the ‘official’ word, go to the pdf document produced by VETAB.

Here’s a summary of what VETAB has said:

All NSW RTOs with TAA40104 on scope must send at least one representative to one of the IBSA TAE40110 workshops.

 In addition, AFTER an RTO representative has attended an IBSA workshop:

  • RTOs with a good record of delivering TAA40104 and other qualifications will get TAE40110 added to their scope of registration.
  • RTOs that have operated for less than 12 months will be audited for TAE40110 in their post-initial audit.
  • RTOs due for a renweal audit will have TAE40110 included in their renewal audit.
  • RTOs with a history of non-compliance, sanctions or conditions attached to their registration will need to apply to add TAE40110 to their scope.
  • RTOs that have had TAA40104 on their scope for less than one year will need to apply to add TAE40110 to their scope.

So as I interpret the above information (and this is just my interpretation):

Only those RTOs with a proven positive track record (more than one year) delivering TAA40104 and other qualifications will automatically have TAE40110 added to their scope of registration after someone from their RTO has attended an IBSA workshop.  All other RTOs will be audited for TAE40110 and the outcome of their audit will determine whether or not they will get TAE40110 added to their scope.

I strongly suggest that you read the actual document, with specific detail, available from the VETAB website.

To find out more about the IBSA TAE10 workshops, click here.

If anyone gets news from other states, I’d love to hear from you and will post.

Cheers, Chemene

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