The Australian Institute of Business and Technology (AIBT) College is closed because of not taking accreditation from nursing society and enrolling the students without reference to the Nursing in Diploma.
The Australian Quality Authority (ASQUA) has declined to register the AIBT registration against violating educational laws.
Asbestos said that the college had promoted the market by misleading the teachers and did not do the same as said in the advertisement.
The national regulator for Australia’s vocational education and training sector says it has decided to cancel Australia Institute of Business and Technology’s registration after finding the education provider had breached several of its conditions.
Operating as AIBT, the provider is registered under the name Brighton Pacific Pty Ltd with the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) number 41138.
In a statement provided to SBS Nepali earlier today, the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) said the decision to cancel AIBT’s Vocational Education and Training accreditation and the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for International Students or CRICOS registration was based on the provider’s failure to demonstrate that its marketing practices were accurate and factual.
The cancellation is said to take effect from 26 March 2019 and AIBT has twenty-eight days to appeal this decision at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.