International Horse College ensures that its director:
a. is vested with sufficient authority to ensure International Horse College complies with the RTO Standards at all times, and
b. meet each of the relevant criteria specified in the Fit and Proper Person Requirements as listed below
International Horse College satisfies the Financial Viability Risk Assessment Requirements
Where International Horse College requires, either directly or through a third party, a prospective or current learner to prepay fees in excess of a total of $1,500. (being the threshold payment amount), International Horse College holds current membership of a Tuition Assurance Scheme approved by its VET Regulator. If International Horse College is unable to provide services for which the learner has prepaid, the membership in the Tuition Assurance Scheme must ensure
* the learner will be placed into an equivalent course such that:
– the new location is geographically close to where the learner had been enrolled, and
– the leaner receives the full services for which they have prepaid at no additional cost to the leaner or
* if an equivalent course cannot be found, the learner is paid a refund of any prepaid fees for services yet to be delivered above the threshold prepaid feee amount.
International Horse College holds public liability insurance that covers the scope of its online training throughout its registration period
Learners are advised that that any equestrian environment they work in should hold public liability insurance.
International Horse College provides accurate and current information on its performance and governance consistent with the Data Provision Requirement as updated from time to time.
Fit and Proper Person Requirements – Criteria for Suitability
a. whether the person has been convicted of an offence against a law of the Commonwealth or a State or Territory of Australia, or of another country, and if so, the seriousness of the offence and the time elapsed since the conviction.
b. whether the persons has ever been an executive officer or high managerial agent of an RTO at a time that the RTO has its registration on the National Register cancelled or suspended by its VET Regulator for having breached a condition imposed on its Registration
c. whether the person has ever been an executive officer of high managerial agent of an RTO at a time that the RTO was determined to have breached a condition of its registration under the Education Services for Overseas Student Act 2000 or the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Act 2011
d. whether the person has ever become bankrupt, applied to take the benefit of a law for the benefit of bankrupt of insolvent debtors, compounded with his or her creditors or assigned his or her remuneration for the benefit of creditors, and if so, the meme elapsed since this event occurred.
e. whether the person has ever been disqualified from managing corporations under Part 2D.6 of the Corporations Act 2001 and if so. whether the disqualification remains in place
f. whether the person was involved in the business of delivering courses or other services on behalf of a person that was the subject of regulatory action described in points b) or c) above, and if so, the relevance of the person’s involvement
g. whether the person has ever provided a VET Regulator with false or misleading information or made a false or misleading statement to a VET Regulator, and if so, whether it is reasonable to assume that the person knew that the statement made or information provided to the VET Regulator was false or misleading.
h. whether the person has ever been determined not to be a fit and proper person as prescribed under any law of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory of Australia, and if so, whether that determination remains in place
i. whether the public is likely to have confidence in the person’s suitability to be involved in an organisation that provides, assesses or issues nationally recognised qualifications
j. any other relevant matter