SANCTION: Brett Hilder is unhappy with the Australian Skills Quality Authority’s audit of his company. Photo: Annaliese Frank

Audit breaches derail Success Fast-Track

AFTER almost a decade of training students for work in the aged-care sector, Success Fast-Track has run afoul of the recently formed national skills regulator, raising questions about private training providers’ ability to deal with the regulatory regime.

Success Fast-Track offered aged-care training in Western Australia, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. According to CEO Brett Hilder, the company trained more than 7,000 students in the Certificate III in Aged Care, which allows them to work in the aged-care sector.

Regulation of vocational education and training was undertaken on a state-by-state basis until July last year, when the Australian Skills Quality Authority was established.


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Trentham, Victoria
It's unfortunate that Mr. Hilder's business was shut down. But it's more unfortunate that students who had signed up for the course, and paid a $600. deposit, never received a refund. After many calls and reassurances from Mr. Hilder, nothing was ever received. As he has cut off his phone I have no way of contacting him.

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