Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Geoff Lee today welcomed the decision by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) to renew the registration of TAFE NSW as a single Registered Training Organisation (RTO) for a further 7 years, the maximum renewal granted by the national regulator.
“This is a reflection of TAFE NSW’s status as a quality provider of vocational education and training,” Mr Lee said.
“I’d like to thank ASQA for the faith they have shown in TAFE NSW’s ability to deliver high quality courses across the State,” Mr Lee said.
Mr Lee said TAFE NSW takes great pride in the quality learning outcomes it achieves for its students.
“I want TAFE NSW to be the gold standard of skills and training Australia-wide and I recognise the importance of ASQA in helping us achieve this goal.”
This renewal of TAFE NSW’s registration completes the transition of all TAFE locations from 12 separate RTOs into a single RTO.