Quality, Accreditation & Standards
The Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology (10741NAT), the Certificate IV in Christian Ministry and Theology (10742NAT) and Certificate III in Spoken and Written English (10729NAT) offered by Eastern College Australia are accredited and registered with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
The Certificate III in School Based Education Support (CHC30221), Certificate IV in School Based Education Support (CHC40221), Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30121), Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50121), Certificate IV in Chaplaincy and Pastoral Care (CHC42315) and the Certificate IV in Youth Work (CHC40413) are recognised components of nationally accredited training packages and Eastern College Australia has the approval from ASQA to deliver and assess them.
See ASQA’s National Register
In accordance with State and Commonwealth compliance requirements, listed below are Eastern College Australia RTO #22065 most recent Audit Reports:
ASQA Audit report for the approval to deliver courses to overseas students.
Learner engagement. This indicator focuses on the extent to which learners are engaging in the types of activities that are likely to promote high-quality skill outcomes. It includes learner perceptions of the quality of their competency development and the level of support they receive from RTOs.
Employer satisfaction. This indicator focuses on employer evaluations of learner competency development and the relevance of learner competencies for work and further training, as well as employer evaluation of the overall quality of the training and assessment.
2020 Quality Indicators: These indicators were based on responses from 59 students and 10 employers. These responses represented approximately 13.6% of students and 30% of employers. All students enrolled in 2020 were invited to participate in the survey.
All higher education awards offered by Eastern College Australia are accredited with the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA).
See TEQSA’s National Register
Higher Education Quality is managed by a series of processes.
At its simplest the Academic Board of the College oversees all the academic processes of the College including ensuring quality courses, quality teaching, quality assessment and consistent academic standards.
The Academic Board has two subcommittees with other people co-opted onto the committees. The Learning Teaching and Research Committee manages the day to day academic processes of the College through consultation and reporting. The Academic Standards and Risk Committee ensures the standards the college needs to adhere to are maintained.
The College has extensive processes to maintain the quality of what is delivered to students:
- Overseas Students
- College Board