Details of providers registered to deliver education and training to overseas students in Tasmania and the accredited courses they offer are available on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).
Registration of providers and courses involves two stages.
Stage one: For Tasmanian schools – including ELICOS, foundation and non-award programmes offered in Tasmanian schools – stage one of CRICOS registration process is undertaken by TASC as the DSA under the ESOS Act.
Stage two: The second stage of CRICOS registration is the responsibility of the Australian Government delegate. The Department of Education and Training is the Australian Government delegate in respect to schools.
A provider is not registered until both stages of this process have been completed. Once registered, TASC officers will add the provider to the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). Details of each course offered, its duration and cost are shown on the provider’s CRICOS entry.
Before you begin the application process, you should contact TASC and arrange to speak to an officer.
Phone: 03 6165 6000
The Provider registration process has more information about submitting an application for registration to TASC. Further information is available at the ESOS legislative framework website.
Information for other providers
TASC does not manage CRICOS registration for vocational education and training (VET) and higher education/university providers. If you are a VET, higher education or university provider, you should contact the following agencies to discuss CRICOS registration:
ASQA for vocational education and training courses and providers
TEQSA for higher education courses and university providers.