Wondering why Ducere is not mentioned in TEQSA and ASQA? While Ducere is not listed on the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA), or the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) we need to be compliant with both of these organisations in everything we do. The reason for this is our partnerships with registered public institutions, who depend on our compliance and high standards of education. Graduates receive their accreditation through registered providers. We would like to clear up some commonly raised issues about how Ducere operate in the education landscape.
As a private company, Ducere is not listed on TEQSA or ASQA, yet we partner with a number of public institutions that are registered.The official regulatory body for our Diploma courses is ASQA, who are the national regulator for vocational education and training. Our Diploma courses are all delivered through registered providers such as Holmesglen Institute (RTO Code 0416). You can find the registration status for all our Diploma partners here.
TEQSA is an independent statutory authority that regulates and assures the quality of Australia’s higher education sector. Essentially, all tertiary education providers must be registered and compliant with TEQSA in order to operate. Our Bachlors and MBA degrees are delivered through the University of Canberra, who are registered here (unless you are studying with our African University Partners). The University of Canberra is also registered on Universities Australia, the peak body for Universities in Australia.
If you study our Bachelor’s or MBA you will get a qualification through the University of Canberra .
If you study a Diploma with us, your qualification is provided through your chosen TAFE provider.
We need to be compliant with TEQSA and ASQA in everything that we do because our public partners depend on it. This relationship drives our standards to deliver high quality business education.
By Ryan Thompson
The views expressed in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of Ducere
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