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Question on Notice: RTO and Vet funding

QUESTION ON NOTICE — Mr Hibbins to ask the Minister for Education for the Minister for Training and Skills — In 2014–15: (1) How many times has the Department of Education and Training undertaken an audit or review of a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). (2) How many times was an RTO found to be in non-compliance of its VET funding contract. (3) What were the names of the RTOs found to be in non-compliance of their VET funding contract.

Question on notice: Registered Training Organisations

QUESTION ON NOTICE — Mr Hibbins to ask the Minister for Education for the Minister for Training and Skills —  In 2014–15:  (1) How many times has the Market Monitoring Unit undertaken a review or an investigation into a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). (2) What were the names of the RTOs reviewed or investigated. (3) What were the outcomes of the reviews and/or investigations.

My budget reply

 It is a real privilege to be able to talk on the Appropriation (2015-2016) Bill 2015 not only in order to give a budget reply but also to outline the vision of the Greens. We are not here to be just a second opposition; we are here to set a high standard and outline our clear vision for Victoria. Our vision is based on fairness, opportunity and equality with an economy that is clean, smart and innovative and that creates meaningful jobs.          

TAFE FUNDING MODEL HARMING TRAINING SECTOR

Greens TAFE and training spokesperson Sam Hibbins says a new Auditor General report shows the TAFE funding model is harming the sector.

Call to end failed policy

Both Labor and the Coalition are determined to keep blaming each other for the damage done to Victoria’s well-regarded TAFE system without proposing a viable solution.        

TIME TO ABANDON FAILED VET MARKETISATION POLICY

MEDIA RELEASEFriday, April 17th 2015 Coalition must now abandon failed VET marketisation policy. Sam Hibbins, Greens spokesperson for TAFE & Training says it is time to stop forcing TAFE institutes to compete against private operators for government funding.

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