Higher Education Support Act 2003

Schedule 1A - VET FEE-HELP Assistance Scheme  

Note:

See section 6-1 .

PART 1 - VET providers  

Divison 5 - When does a body cease to be a VET provider?  

Subdivision 5-AA - Revocation of approval if registration ceases or winding up order made  

SECTION 29B   Automatic revocation of approval if registration ceases  

29B(1)  
The Minister must revoke a body ' s approval as a *VET provider if:


(a) the body ceases to be listed as a *registered training organisation on the *National Register; and


(b) in a case where the relevant *VET Regulator has made any of the following decisions, the decision has not been set aside or quashed, and is no longer *subject to review:


(i) a decision under section 31 of the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 to refuse an application to renew the body ' s registration as an NVR registered training organisation;

(ii) a decision under section 39 of that Act to cancel the body ' s registration as an NVR registered training organisation;

(iii) a decision under a law of a State that has a similar effect to a decision referred to in subparagraph (i) or (ii).

29B(2)  
The Minister must notify the body in writing of the revocation. The notice must specify that the revocation takes effect on the day that the notice is registered in the *Federal Register of Legislation.

29B(3)  
A notice of revocation under subclause (2) is a legislative instrument, but section 42 (disallowance) of the Legislation Act 2003 does not apply to the notice.

29B(4)  
A decision of the Minister to revoke a body ' s approval as a *VET provider takes effect on the day that the notice of revocation under subclause (2) is registered in the *Federal Register of Legislation.


 

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