The results of the VRQA's 2020 client and stakeholder research are now available. Clients and stakeholders reported generally high levels of satisfaction with their performance in 2020, and continued to perceive them as a fair and effective regulator.
A unique and substantial achievement: ten years of national health practitioner regulation in Australia
This report outlines the history and regulatory achievement of nationalising Australia's health workforce, from 85 separate health practitioner boards and more than 65 different pieces of legislation to a single national registration scheme for health professionals, as well as a single national accreditation system for...
This review looked at teacher registration in Australia to ensure processes are nationally consistent, rigorous and focused on teacher quality. The final report outlines 17 recommendations to strengthen teacher registration.
This discussion document outlines the details of the government’s proposed offshore supplier registration (OSR) system, as it relates to GST on low-value, imported goods.
The Network Exemption Guideline relates to a privately-owned embedded or exempt network. An exempt network is any network supplying electrical energy to a third party, but not a transmission or distribution network registered with AEMO.
The development of an implementation policy for Direct Registration will allow Australian internet users the choice to register a domain name directly before the dot in .au - for example, yourname.au
The Register of Foreign Ownership of Agricultural Land (the Agricultural Land Register) was established to provide greater transparency about the level of foreign ownership of Australia’s agricultural land.
Independent Review of Accreditation Systems within the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme for health professions - draft report
This review is recommending the adoption of consistent accrual accounting and business standards and thedevelopment of a single set of funding principles to guide the setting of fees and charges for accreditation andthe application of a transparent cost recovery policy and methodology.
Independent review of accreditation systems within the national registration and accreditation scheme for health professions - discussion paper
The purpose of this Accreditation Systems Review is to build upon the information collated through the NRAS Review and provide advice to the Ministerial Council on the governance, structure and cost-effectiveness of accreditation systems in the National Scheme.
On 11 February 2015, the Government announced a suite of reforms designed to increase transparency around foreign investment in Australia. These reforms included the establishment of a foreign ownership register of agricultural land and changes to Australia’s foreign investment screening regime as it applies to...
This report makes a number of recommendations to the Australian Health Workforce Ministerial Council in relation to the the proposed national registration and accreditation scheme. It includes a minority report by the Coalition senators and additional comments by the Greens senator.