The Education Services for Overseas Students Regulations 2019 (ESOS Regulation) commenced on 1st October 2019. They replace the current 2001 regulations. It is important for providers to understand any changes to their obligations.
January is here, and it is time to implement the National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2018. Here’s everything about how Meshed Group RTOManager platform is equipped with to support the standards for providers of education and training for overseas students.
RTOManager is designed to enable educational providers to seamlessly action and practice the tenets of the new code by incorporating some of the requirements that are facilitated by the platform.
Come January, the revised National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2018 will be implemented, with every intention to uphold Australia’s reputation as a provider of high quality education. Here’s everything you need to understand, to prepare your institution in the next two months.
Who does this code apply to?
To every institution registered under the ESOS Act to deliver education to overseas students who come to Australia on a student visa.
What is the primary objective of the National Code?
Australia holds an enviable position as a reputed education provider. Under the ESOS Act, the National Code is designed to uphold Australia’s high standards for international education, and protect and enhance the international students’ experience at the same time.