View essential Skills Assure supplier (SAS) webinars:
- Introduction webinar for Microsoft Teams
Overview of MS Teams platform including the email invitation, how to register for the webinar, and how to login and use the key features.
- Skills Assure supplier obligations and responsibilities
Skills Assure supplier directors and key personnel are required to complete this compulsory webinar. Read frequently asked questions (PDF, 182KB).
Last uploaded: 16 June 2020
- Third party arrangements
This webinar provides an overview of third party and subcontracting arrangements under Skills Assure – including the definition of subcontracts, third party arrangements and third parties. It also provides an overview of standard minimum terms and conditions to be included in third party agreements; the 50% delivery cap; third party compliance reviews; reporting third party delivery in AVETMISS data; and the termination of third party agreements.
Last uploaded: 23 November 2021
- Generic reporting requirements - Skills Assure
This webinar provides information on standard reporting requirements across both User Choice and Queensland VET Investment programs. It focuses on the Unique Student Identifier (USI), SAS guide to contract errors booklet, delivery modes including the predominant delivery modes and outcome identifiers.
Last uploaded: 15 February 2022
- User Choice program and reporting - Skills Assure
Information about the apprenticeship/traineeship system. This webinar focuses on what the User Choice program is, priority funding levels, priority population groups, student eligibility, multiple government contributions, student contribution fees and school-based apprentices and trainees. The payment and reporting component of this webinar discusses fund source codes and the Work Skills Traineeships program.
Last uploaded: 24 February 2022
- Queensland VET Investment program and reporting requirements
Provides an overview of the programs under the Queensland VET Investment initiative. This webinar focuses on key performance indicators, the Priority Skills List, participant eligibility, lower-level qualifications and foundation skills training. The reporting component of this webinar discusses fund source codes, student contribution fees and reporting student completions.
Last uploaded: 14 March 2022
Information on program specific price lists, location loading and SAS payments. It also provides details of claims that the department does not fund, and information on competency counts.
Last uploaded: 12 April 2022
- Transition of qualification and competency counts
Information on superseded training products, requirements for managing transition of qualification and how to add the new qualification to your delivery schedule.
Last uploaded: 27 April 2022
- Data errors for SAS agreements
Provides an overview on the data submission process and how to view an error summary report. It also provides a breakdown of contract related data errors that apply across both the User Choice and Queensland VET Investment agreements.
Last uploaded: 10 May 2022
- ERAs, training plans and training records
This webinar provides an overview of the supervising registered training organisation (SRTO) notifications and the requirements SRTOs are to comply with when completing an employer resource assessment (ERA). It then covers the obligations for completing a training plan and a training record for apprenticeships and traineeships in Queensland, regardless of whether they are approved for User Choice funding. The website navigation covers how to complete an ERA and what is required for a training plan. Read frequently asked questions (DOCX, 326KB).
Last uploaded: 19 August 2022
- Supervision requirements for apprentices and trainees
Provides an overview of the supervision requirements for apprentices and trainees in Queensland. This webinar focuses on the number of qualified supervisors required in the workplace for apprentices and trainees and the use of modified supervisory arrangements.
Last uploaded: 18 September 2022
- Eligibility for Queensland VET Investment Programs
Provides a general overview of participant eligibility and evidence requirements that relate to the Queensland VET Investment programs following an audit in this particular area. There is a focus on the age and school status of students, Australian Citizenship and Queensland Residency, the preliminary checks for students who may already hold qualifications, the training subsidy and industry requirements and the appropriate evidence to obtain when assessing concessional status.
Last uploaded: 29 November 2022
Webinar topics coming soon
- User Choice contract related errors
- Queensland VET Investment contract related errors
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