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The new national high risk licensing system

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With regard to the new national high risk licensing system, business as usual is the best advice Easy Guides Australia can give readers at this stage. Not a single State or Territory has set an actual date for full implementation for the new system.

Many events have to take place before the system can be fully implemented. For instance:

  • The new high risk licence units have to be released and put into training packages.
  • State regulations in some cases have to be changed.
  • Once the new Units are on the NTIS website, RTOs must apply to have them put on their scope of registration.
  • The Assessment Instruments have to be completed and released.
NSW plans to wait until September 2009 before using the new high risk licensing system and Victoria plans to use a dual system the existing “accredited assessor” system and new “RTO” system.

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