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Higher Education Provider Approval (No. 8 of 2006)

Authoritative Version
No. 8 of 2006 Approvals as made
This Instrument gives approval and notice of approval that JMC Academy is a Higher Education Provider.
Administered by: Education
General Comments: This Instrument commences on the day after the last day on which a House of Parliament could have passed a resolution disallowing the notice of approval.
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 33
Registered 21 Jul 2006
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR08-Aug-2006
Tabled Senate08-Aug-2006

 

INSTRUMENT OF APPROVAL

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

Higher Education Support Act 2003

Higher Education Provider Approval (No. 8 of 2006)

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:

 

JMC Pty. Limited trading as The JMC Academy

 

 

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 18  day of July 2006.

(signed)

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 HESA)

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

 

Quality Requirements (Subdivision 19-C of the HESA)

·        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 HESA)

·        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 HESA)

 

  • 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 19-F 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. **.

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

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