OSIR Mission Statement and Reports
The Office of the Student Identifiers Registrar (OSIR) has a mission statement with 5 goals:
- Goal 1: Know our market
- Goal 2: Deliver a simple and secure customer experience
- Goal 3: Support the Government and through it the nation
- Goal 4: Innovate to improve our USI customer experience and do our work more efficiently
- Goal 5: Enable and inspire team USI to take ownership and do its best work.
The Student Identifiers Registrar reports quarterly and annually on mission statement performance and key statistics.
2020-21 first quarter at a glance
- 238k new USIs created
- 11.2m total USIs (as at 30 September 2020)
- 1.95m self-service transactions
- 0 notifiable data breaches reported to OAIC
- 16k online help requests actioned
- 217k transcript views / downloads
- 29k calls handled.
Our 2019-20 Annual Report describes:
- authorising legislation
- highlights of the year
- key statistics
- performance against key performance indicators
- the Registrar’s priorities for the coming year.
Our quarterly reports contain key statistics and describe our performance against our mission statement goals.
- First Quarter Report of the Student Identifiers Registrar 2020-21
- Second Quarter Report of the Student Identifiers Registrar 2020-21.
Reports from our key stakeholders
National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER).
NCVER is the national professional body responsible for collecting, managing, analysing and communicating research and statistics on the Australian vocational education and training (VET) sector.
The NCVER 2020 VET Student Outcomes Report provides a summary of the outcomes and satisfaction of students who completed nationally recognised VET delivered by registered training organisations (RTOs) in Australia during 2019.
OSIR Supported Initiatives
Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY).
LSAY tracks young people as they move from school into further study, work, and other destinations. LSAY provides a rich source of information about young people and their pathways, helping researchers and policymakers make educated decisions about youth policies. The OSIR contributes to the research that LSAY conducts by facilitating connections between the organisation and VET students.
More information about LSAY and their work can be found on their website.