Diploma requirements are changing soon

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Diploma requirements are changing in April 2022 – and if you are a current or future Southpac student, this news could affect you.

Changes to the nationally recognised Business Services Training Package were announced on 19 October, 2020. This is important news if you have completed a Southpac course or are planning to enrol in the future, and hope to use your units of competency to work towards a Southpac Diploma.

Most notably, the Diploma of Quality Auditing will soon require 12 units of competency instead of 8, and new courses will be added. If you already have your Diploma of Quality Auditing and are looking to achieve the Diploma of Leadership & Management next, this Diploma will also be changing, so contact us to enrol in the Diploma before the changes take effect.

What this means for you


To take advantage of the current Diploma requirements, you can enrol in any upcoming Southpac course and begin working towards your Diploma. If you have completed a Southpac course in the past, such as our Safety and Lead Auditors Course, Aviation SMS or Systems for Continual Improvement Course and want to obtain a Diploma based on the current units of competency required, contact us to enrol in the Diploma you want to complete.

Anyone who has already completed the BSB51615 Diploma of Quality Auditing will maintain their qualification and will not be required to upgrade or undertake any further training for the qualification to remain valid.

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Don’t miss out on advancing your qualifications! Enrol in any upcoming Southpac course to start your Diploma, or existing students talk to us about completing your current Diploma sooner.

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