TAC Special Bulletin - TAC Risk Framework

TAC Special Bulletin - TAC Risk Framework

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​TAC Risk Framework and Annual Regulatory Strategy 2016-2017

 

Quality VET outcomes are fundamental to the development of a skilled workforce. As a regulator, TAC’s primary role is to assure the quality of training services delivered in the VET sector in Western Australia through the effective regulation of providers and accredited courses.

 

The TAC Risk Framework and Annual Regulatory Strategy 2016-2017 has been developed in line with the approach described in the Standards for VET Regulators 2015 which aims to ensure “…the integrity of nationally recognised training by regulating RTOs...using a risk-based approach that is consistent, effective, proportional, responsive and transparent.” (p4). 

 

Emphasis on the collection of data from a range of sources will focus resources on those organisations or sectors which are deemed to pose the highest risk to quality outcomes. TAC’s focus areas includes the management of risk at two levels - provider risk and systemic risk, and these are further described in the TAC Risk Framework and Annual Regulatory Strategy 2016-2017.

 

TAC’s approach includes a commitment to develop and implement an education program that provides specialised professional development opportunities aimed at RTOs. The education program aims to build capability and understanding of RTOs and their staff to meet their obligations in regard to the Standards for RTOs.

 

Further, TAC will continue to publish up to date and relevant information on the TAC website to support RTOs in their understanding of TAC’s regulatory approach and the provision of guidance material in regard to the Standards for RTOs.

 

Click here to view the TAC Risk Framework

 

Click here to view the TAC Annual Regulatory Strategy 2016-2017.

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