Australian Council for Educational Research
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Registrations for the 2012 reporting cycle are closing soon!
Please ensure that you submit your survey data to aqis by 31st May 2013 to ensure that your reports are available for the June 30 deadline.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
The 2011-12 Report on the AQTF Quality Indicator Service is now available
The AQTF Quality Indicator Service 2011-12 Report includes a technical analysis of the data from the 2011-12 AQTF reporting season.
Some highlights from the 2011-12 AQIS report include:
For registration and report enquiries, please contact the AQIS team firstname.lastname@example.org
AQIS registrations for the 2012 Reporting Cycle are open.
Register Now for the 2012 AQTF reporting cycle.
Registration prices for 2012:
If you have any queries regarding your AQTF reporting or continuous improvement processes, please contact email@example.com
AQIS is a service available for RTOs to collect, analyse and report against the AQTF Learner Engagement and Employer Satisfaction Quality Indicators for the 2012 reporting cycle.
Reporting to State and Federal Registering bodies against the AQTF Quality Indicators is a continuing regulatory requirement for all RTOs, as communicated by the National Skills Standards Council
AQIS provides an enhanced version of the reporting generated in the previous SMART system. In addition to standard AQTF reports, RTOs joining AQIS will have access to valuable national and like-RTO benchmark reports for an annual registration fee.
In AQIS, survey data is collected, stored and analysed through a secure portal. RTOs simply register for an account and select from one of three flexible data collection options based on their preferred method for surveying students and employers:
See Registering for AQIS for more information.
Vocational, Adult and Workplace Education
For more information about ACERs expertise in Adult and Vocational Education, including Research and Assessment Services, visit the VAWE page