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Webinar Recording: NVPDW: The Future of RTO Auditing: ASQA’s perspective

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Velg Training

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Recorded on 30/10/2020 and forming part of the National VET PD Week, this 90 minute that includes an extra Q&A session with ASQA discusses the future of RTO auditing, with a spotlight on recent changes to the way audits are conducted and reported and more effective engagement with providers.

Topic overview:

The recent rapid review of ASQA made 24 recommendations to influence a long term vision, moving the focus from inputs and compliance controls to building a culture of continuous improvement and a shared understanding of provider self-assurance. 

With the aim to foster quality and excellence across the sector, ASQA is implementing changes to the way it operates to deliver best practice, modern regulation.

 Emma Marks has a deep dive into the future of RTO auditing, with a spotlight on recent changes to the way audits are conducted and reported and more effective engagement with providers.

What was covered in the session:

  • Reform work underway to improve ASQA’s alignment with best practice regulation
  • The first stages of improvements to our audit practice
  • Regulatory priorities to support improved training outcomes for VET students
  • Moving from input and compliance controls to a shared understanding of self-assurance
  • Risk monitoring strategy
  • Strengthening our engagement and education programs

Webinar content targeted towards:

  • RTO Managers
  • Compliance Managers
  • Heads of Department
  • Operational Managers
  • Training Managers
  • Trainers and Assessors
  • Consultants
  • Curriculum Developers

Webinar duration: 90 minutes

Bio of presenter:

Emma Marks - ASQA Manager, Education and Guidance

Emma is an experienced regulator having spent nearly a decade with ASQA, beginning as an auditor and then working across the agency in a variety of roles with a focus on best practice regulation, sector-specific strategic reviews and internal policy development. Emma has extensive industry experience in the sector having worked as a trainer and assessor in RTOs delivering business, project management and education related qualifications.

Emma has held a career long interest in developing a collaborative approach to education and engagement for effective regulation. She currently leads ASQA’s new Education and Guidance Team, established to develop and deliver fit-for-purpose education and guidance for providers as part of ASQA’s commitment to working together for better regulation. She is currently completing an MBA and holds a Bachelor of Education.


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