Are You Prepared for the CHC Transition? CAQA Can Help!

Are You Prepared for the CHC Transition? CAQA Can Help!

The CHC transition deadline is on the horizon. ASQA has recently approved an extended transition period for some of the CHC qualifications. The extended training, assessment and certification issuance period for those qualifications ends on 31 July 2024.

With July 31st, 2024, fast approaching, Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) across Australia must ensure their training resources comply with the latest industry requirements.

This article explores the upcoming CHC transition and how CAQA, one of the leading providers of high-quality learning materials, can help RTOs adapt seamlessly.

The Importance of the CHC Transition

The CHC (Community Health, Aged Care and Disability Care) transition represents a significant update to the qualifications used in these crucial sectors. By ensuring RTOs deliver training that aligns with the revised standards, graduates will be equipped with the most up-to-date knowledge and skills to excel in their chosen fields. This ultimately benefits students and employers, fostering a more skilled and prepared workforce.

CAQA: Your Partner in a Smooth Transition

CAQA understands the challenges RTOs face during competency standard transitions. That's why we offer a comprehensive suite of fully compliant and high-quality CHC learning materials.

Here's how CAQA can assist your RTO in navigating the CHC transition:

  • Extensive Resource Library: CAQA boasts many learning materials covering in-demand CHC qualifications.
  • Unmatched Support: We offer a dedicated support team to answer your questions and guide you through selecting the most suitable learning materials for your RTO's specific needs.
  • Innovative Learning Tools: Our CHC e-Learning Materials and CHC e-Learning Resources are crafted with modern pedagogical strategies to ensure a blend of theoretical learning and practical application. These digital resources provide flexible, interactive learning experiences that can be tailored to individual learning styles.
  • Cost-Effective Solutions: Enjoy same-day delivery on all available CHC training products.
  • Commitment to Quality: CAQA's learning materials are meticulously developed and validated by industry professionals, ensuring they meet the latest CHC competency standards.

 Don't Get Left Behind: Take Action Today!

The CHC transition deadline is a crucial milestone for RTOs. Partner with CAQA to ensure a smooth and successful transition. With our comprehensive resources, innovative tools, and expert support, your RTO can continue to deliver exceptional training that meets the evolving needs of the CHC sector.

Pre- Order CHC qualifications before 31st July 2024.

  • CHC40321  Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention 
  • CHC40421 Certificate IV in Youth Work 
  • CHC40521 Certificate IV in Youth Justice 
  • CHC42021 Certificate IV in Community Services 
  • CHC50321 Diploma of Child, Youth and Family Intervention 
  • CHC50421 Diploma of Youth Work 
  • CHC52121 Diploma of Community Development Comment end  

 Contact CAQA today to explore our CHC learning materials and discuss how we can help your RTO thrive in the new era of CHC qualifications.

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Sukh Sandhu

Executive Director

Sukh has been working in the VET and Higher Education Industry for over 25 years. In this time, he has held several roles with RTO's and Higher Education Providers (HEP) including CEO roles for International Colleges and National Compliance and Quality Assurance Manager roles for several RTO's, TAFE's and Universities. Sukh has also worked for the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) as a Business Systems Project Official. Sukh is a Canadian permanent resident and Australian citizen.

Sukh has had extensive project management experience in risk management, compliance, administration and as a training consultant. He has extensive knowledge in government compliance standards and has participated in nearly one hundred audits across Australia and provided consultancy advice regarding ASQA/VRQA, TEQSA, ACPET, DET-HESG, VQF/Higher Education, ELICOS, NEAS, ANMAC, AHPRA, CRICOS, ESOS and ISO.

Sukh is a member of several independent professional organisations and government bodies including, ACPET, VELG, ACS, AITD, MARA, MIA, ISANA, APEX, IEEE, The Internet Society (Global Member), AISIP, IAMOT, ACM, OISV, APACALL, IWA, Eta Kappa Nu, EDSIG and several others.

Sukh's qualifications include two MBAs, three masters in IT and systems, a Graduate diploma of management learning, Diploma in training design and development, Diploma in vocational education training, Diploma of work, health and safety, Diploma of Quality Auditing, Advanced diploma of management, Advanced diploma in marketing, human resources, information technology, and a number of other courses and qualifications. He has been working as a lecturer and as a trainer and assessor since 1998, Sukh has been a vocal advocate of audit reforms and system centred auditing practices rather than auditor centred auditing practices for many years.