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All Queensland school RTOs must notify any changes to contact details, and changes or events that affect the operation of the RTO , in writing to QCAA as delegate for the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). This is a condition of registration.

If you need assistance regarding a form, please ask the VET team a question.

Notification of change of provider details

Notify QCAA within 90 calendar days regarding any changes to contact details for your RTO .

Notification of material change or event

Notify QCAA within 90 calendar days, of all significant changes for your RTO including:

  • change to ownership or legal name
  • change to permanent delivery sites
  • significant or unexpected turnover of staff
  • other significant changes to RTO operations.

Notification of third-party arrangements

Notify QCAA within 30 calendar days, of changes to third-party arrangements, including:

  • Commencement of an arrangement with another organisation to deliver services on the school RTO’s behalf (ie. a new arrangement that has not been previously reported)
  • Change to reported details of an arrangement with another organisation to deliver services on the school RTO’s behalf (ie. an arrangement that has been previously reported)
  • Cessation of a previously reported arrangement with another organisation to deliver services on the school RTO’s behalf.

Forms

1. Complete the required form:

2. Save a copy of the completed form.

3. Submit the form and any required attachments following the instructions on the form.
Note: A change of Principal or RTO manager requires additional information. Please follow the instructions on the forms. Additional forms may include:

More Information

Email vet@qcaa.qld.edu.au or telephone (07) 3864 0381

Last updated: 30 September 2016

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