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Higher Education Provider Approval (No. 11 of 2005)

Authoritative Version
No. 11 of 2005 Approvals as made
The Instrument approves and gives notice of approval of the Colleges of Business and Technology (WA) Pty Ltd (trading as Curtin International College) as a Higher Education Provider.
Administered by: Education
General Comments: This approval takes effect on the day after the last day on which a House of Parliament could have passed a resolution disallowing the notice.
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 33
Registered 09 Sep 2005
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR12-Sep-2005
Tabled Senate12-Sep-2005

 

INSTRUMENT OF APPROVAL

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

Higher Education Support Act 2003

Higher Education Provider Approval (No. 11 of 2005)

Approval and notice of approval pursuant to subsection 16-50 (1) of the Higher Education Support Act 2003.   

 

I, COLIN WALTERS, of the Department of Education, Science and Training, acting as a delegate pursuant to subsection 16-50 (1) of the Higher Education Support Act 2003  (‘the HESA’) hereby approve and give notice of approval of the following body corporate as a Higher Education Provider:

 

Colleges of Business and Technology (WA) Pty Ltd

 trading as Curtin International College

 

In accordance with section 16-55 of the HESA and subsection 12(3), of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003, this approval takes effect on the day after the last day on which a House of Parliament could have passed a resolution disallowing the notice.

 

Information as is specified in the Higher Education Provider Guidelines as information that must be provided to an applicant upon approval as a higher education provider is set out in Attachment 1 to this notice. Attachment 1 forms part of the contents of this notice.

 

Dated this …………8…………day of ……………September………2005

 

 

COLIN WALTERS

Group Manager, Higher Education Group

Department of Education, Science and Training


Attachment 1

 

INFORMATION REGARDING HIGHER EDUCATION PROVIDERS’ OBLIGATIONS IN RELATION TO THE QUALITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPORT ACT 2003 (‘the HESA’) 

 

In accordance with subsection 16-50(4) of the HESA and Chapter 5 of the Higher Education Provider (HEP) Guidelines, the following information is provided to an approved Higher Education Provider (HEP) regarding its obligations under the quality and accountability requirements: 

 

Financial Viability Requirements (Subdivision 19-B of the Act)

  • A HEP must meet the financial viability requirements set out in Subdivision 19-B of the HESA*.

 

Quality Requirements(Subdivision 19-C of the Act)

·        A HEP must meet the quality requirements set out in Subdivision 19-C of the HESA* and must comply with the requirements of the Higher Education Provider Guidelines**. 

 

Fairness Requirements (Subdivision 19-D of the Act)

·        A HEP must meet the fairness requirements set out in Subdivision 19-D of the HESA* and must comply with the requirements of the Higher Education Provider Guidelines**.  

 

Compliance Requirements (Subdivision 19-E of the Act)

 

  • A HEP must meet the compliance requirements set out in Subdivision 19-E of the HESA* and must comply with the requirements of the HESA, the regulations and relevant guidelines.

 

Contribution and fee requirements – subdivision 19F of the HESA

  • A HEP must meet the contribution and fee requirements set out in Subdivision 19-F of the HESA* and must comply with the requirements of the Higher Education Provider Guidelines** and the Commonwealth Grant Scheme Guidelines**.

NOTE: Subject to the passage of legislation, the criteria that are currently set out in the Commonwealth Grant Scheme Guidelines** for determining incidental fees will be moved to the Higher Education Provider Guidelines**.

 

* The HESA is available at: http://www.comlaw.gov.au

** The Higher Education Provider Guidelines and the Commonwealth Grant Scheme Guidelines are available at:      http://www.backingaustraliasfuture.gov.au/guidelines/hep_guide.htm