Vet Pqs Agreement

The contract management team and your designated contract manager is your primary contact for information on your Skills Assure Supplier (SAS) that has reached an agreement with the department. Skills Supplies Supplier-Kontaktinformation (DOCX, 69KB) The people nominated in this form are collaborators with whom contract management can discuss aspects of your SAS agreement. All staff members named in this form will automatically receive important updates throughout your contract, including broadcast notifications for updates such as policy or report changes and the contract interconnector. You are responsible for contract management if one of these executives leaves your organization or changes by filling out the form and returning by email to contractmanagement@desbt.qld.gov.au. Existing PQS can make changes to their existing supplier agreements to add new qualifications under the Certificate 3 guarantee, higher qualifications and user choice programs. Contract managers also monitor performance and compliance with your agreements and will contact you if they identify issues to consider. SAS status is granted with the approval of the RTO application and the subsequent execution of the agreement by the department. Pre-qualified supplier change in the mandatory control information sheet (PDF, 181KB) or (DOC, 106KB) Guide for pre-qualified suppliers who must notify the Division of changes under the pre-qualified supplier contract. The Skills Assure Supplier System is the next development of the pQS (Pre-Qualified Supplier) system and will be implemented for existing PQS from July 1, 2020. For apprenticeships and internships, please contact 1800 210 210 or e-mail apprenticeshipsinfo@qld.gov.au. Helps correct data validation errors that may occur when transmitting AVETMISS data through programs such as User Choice and 3-Guarantee Certificate.

For training information phone 1300 369 935 or e-mail training@desbt.qld.gov.au. SAS-status RTOs are reviewed by the department to verify the requirements of the SAS Directive and the requirements of the support programming guidelines. The RTO is informed in writing of the division`s decision. Applications are assessed on the basis of a number of criteria. There are no registration fees or annual registration fees directly related to the SAS system. Information to help suppliers comply with audits: Contract managers can provide support in the event of a problem, including: visit the Ministry of Employment, Small Business and Training website. To apply for SAS status, OVS must complete and submit an SAS application for the support program they wish to make available.