There are a number of Quality Reform surveys currently open, and it’s not too late to submit your response. The surveys have been extended to allow stakeholders the time and opportunity to provide their views and input. You can complete a survey before 12pm (AEDT) Monday 29 March 2021 to help improve the quality of Australia’s VET system.
There are currently five Quality Reform surveys available on skillsreform.gov.au which are closing soon. Please complete any of the surveys that are most relevant to you.
This survey seeks feedback on different aspects of the VET workforce to inform the development of the VET Workforce Quality Strategy. Anyone who engages with the VET sector, including trainers and assessors, RTO managers, as well as peak bodies, employers and other VET stakeholders are welcome to respond.
This survey is seeking views of all stakeholders on the quality of registered training organisations (RTOs) and how to support high quality training. This survey is for RTOs, employers and other VET stakeholders, although anyone who is interested may respond.
The purpose of this survey is to enhance our understanding of aspects of the Standards which work in practice and those which do not, and to identify where there are commonalities of issues faced by the sector with regard to the Standards. This survey is targeted towards active users of the Standards (e.g. RTOs, trainers and assessors, VET experts).
This survey is requesting feedback from anyone (and parents/carers) who has undertaken VET training in the last five years. The purpose of this survey is to better understand from a learner perspective what contributes to high quality training and in what areas the quality of training could be improved.
This short survey seeks feedback from students who have undertaken VET training in the last five years. The survey responses will help us improve the quality of training delivery by informing our understanding of where quality needs to be lifted, and what sets excellent registered training organisations (RTOs) apart.