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Post date: 07-Jul-2020

Reporting Requirements for the Higher Education Data Collections

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Post date: 22-Jun-2020

The June Newsletter contained updates on reporting in 2020 and the TCSI project.

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Post date: 08-May-2020

As we further integrate our support capability across the Department of Education, Skills and Employment and Services Australia, there will be a change of…

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Post date: 02-Apr-2020

Reporting 2020 higher education data

Thank you for your patience as we work through the arrangements for reporting your first 2020 higher education data submissions.

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Post date: 26-Mar-2020

Reporting 2019 higher education course completions

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Post date: 20-Mar-2020

Extension to the TCSI transition period

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Post date: 31-Jan-2020

Transforming the Collection of Student Information (TCSI)

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Post date: 08-Oct-2019

The newly released TCSI testing fact sheet includes information on how you can test your TCSI compatible solution at different stages of the project.

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Post date: 12-Jun-2019

You can now access the final version of the data element specifications and data frameworks from the TCSI resources page, under the 2020 Reporting Requirements tab.

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Post date: 12-Jun-2019

A key goal of the TCSI project has been to improve how we identify students. Duplicate identifiers can lead to inaccurate entitlement checks that make managing course fees difficult for providers…

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