When one set of rules will do

Dual-sector private providers are double whammied with regulation, having to meet rules set by the Australian Skills Quality Authority plus the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency

Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia thinks this is way too much regulation and argues ASQA and TEQSA should come up with a common code for issues and areas they both cover.

With the federal government keen on its new national regulator – the National Skills Commission getting to work, it can’t hurt to remind all officials of the demands they impose on people who are teaching rather than regulating.