Money Doubts cast over TAFE SA courses

13:39  06 december  2017
13:39  06 december  2017 Source:   MSN

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Students with qualifications from TAFE in South Australia may be forced to undergo reassessment after an audit found 14 training courses to be substandard.

A report by the Australian Skills Quality Authority found irregularities with 14 of the 16 courses it reviewed and SA's Higher Education Minister Susan Close says an independent review is needed to restore confidence in TAFE.

"There is justifiably enormous public concern about how TAFE is functioning," Ms Close said on Tuesday.

"Very clearly what has gone wrong is the operation of the organisation has not been good enough."

The 14 courses impact around 800 students and include meat processing, hairdressing and plumbing.

It is not clear if students will now face further study and reassessments to become properly accredited.

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Consulting firm Nous Group will undertake the review of TAFE's response to the ASQA initial report as well as a wider review of its services, Ms Close said.

"This wasn't just a bump in the road this was a very serious problem and TAFE's response to the initial audit wasn't strong enough," she said.

a large red chair in front of a building: <p>The South Australian government has ordered an independent review into TAFE SA after an audit found 14 courses to be substandard.</p> © Provided by Seven News

The South Australian government has ordered an independent review into TAFE SA after an audit found 14 courses to be substandard.

TAFE's chief executive Robin Murt resigned on Monday and Ms Close also wants the chair of the TAFE board, Peter Vaughan to go.

However, Opposition Leader Steven Marshall wants Ms Close to resign as well.

"Minister Close has abjectly failed the students of TAFE and has no option but to tender her resignation," Mr Marshall said.

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