Acts of Parliament
- VET Student Loans Act 2016
- VET Student Loans (Consequential Amendments and Transitional Provisions) Act 2016
- VET Student Loans (Charges) Act 2016 (note – implementation of fees and charges will occur later in 2017)
- VET Student Loans (VSL Tuition Protection Levy) Act 2020
- VET Student Loans Rules 2016
- VET Student Loans (Courses and Loan Caps) Determination 2016
- VET Student Loans (Consequential Amendments and Transitional Provisions) Rule 2016
Review of the VET Student Loans Eligible Course List and Loan Caps Methodology
In February 2017, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training began a comprehensive review of the methodology of the VET Student Loan Course list and course caps. The outcome of the review was published on 11 December 2017.
- Review of the Vet Student Loans Eligible Course List and Loan caps
- Review of the VET Student Loans Eligible Course List and Loan Caps methodology
- Discussion paper – VSL Course List and Loan Cap Methodology Review
- VSL Methodology Review - List of Submissions
Redevelopment and Audit of the VET Student Loans Data Collection Discussion Paper
The Redevelopment and Audit of the VET Student Loans Data Collection Discussion Paper (the paper) opens consultation with VSL stakeholders to seek views on how the department and Services Australia can ensure relevant, high quality data is collected through the Collection, using best practice submission processes. This paper is similar in purpose and aim to the Redevelopment and Audit of the Higher Education Data Collection Discussion Paper distributed to higher education providers in January 2018.
VET Student Loans Program Evaluation
KPMG conducted a full evaluation of the VET Student Loans program in 2019. The evaluation took into account perspectives from multiple stakeholders inside and outside of the government including departmental staff, VET providers and students.