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Apply to deliver VCE, VCE VM or VPC

Education and training providers seeking to deliver the VCE, including the VCE VM, and/or the VPC in 2023 apply to the VCAA for authorisation. They are also required to be registered by the VRQA. Information about registration can be found on the VRQA website.

Apply to deliver VCE

Education and training providers seeking to offer and deliver the VCE (current VCE studies only) in 2023 can access the application forms and timelines via the links at the bottom of this webpage – choose your provider type for more information. The timeline to apply for authorisation to deliver current VCE studies is different to VCE VM studies and the VPC.

Apply to deliver VCE VM or VPC

Education and training providers seeking to offer and deliver the VCE VM and/or the VPC in 2023 can access the application forms and supporting documentation, see Authorisation to deliver the VCE VM and VPC.

Authorisation transition arrangements for existing providers

Education and training providers seeking to offer and deliver the VCE (current VCE studies only) in 2023 can access the application forms and timelines via the links at the bottom of this webpage – choose your provider type for more information. The timeline to apply for authorisation to deliver current VCE studies is different to VCE VM studies and the VPC.

Schools and non-school providers can view the accredited courses and qualifications they are registered to deliver via the VRQA State Register.

Education and training providers seeking to offer and deliver the VCE VM and/or the VPC in 2023, see Authorisation to deliver the VCE VM and VPC for more information. Applications for authorisation to deliver the VCE VM and/or VPC in 2023 need to be made to the VCAA by Friday 29 July 2022. Applications to amend registration to deliver the VCE or VPC need to be made to the VRQA by Thursday 30 June 2022.

The following table outlines the transition arrangements that will apply from 2023 for education and training providers that are registered by the VRQA and authorised by the VCAA to transition to offer and deliver the new VCE VM program of study within the VCE and/or the new VPC.

Where the table refers to 'VCE VM studies', it means Literacy, Numeracy, Personal Development Skills, Work Related Skills. Where the table refers to 'current VCE studies', it means all other VCE studies such as Biology, Further Mathematics, English, Food Studies that the provider is authorised to deliver.

Provider type in 2022 Transition arrangement from 2023
Registered by VRQA and authorised by VCAA to offer and deliver VCEProvider can deliver VCE (current VCE studies only).
Registered by VRQA and authorised by VCAA to offer and deliver VCE and VCAL (all levels)Provider transitions under Education and Training Reform Act (ETRA) to be able to offer and deliver VCE (current VCE studies and VCE VM studies) and VPC.
Registered by VRQA and authorised by VCAA to offer and deliver VCAL Intermediate and/or Senior levelProvider transitions under ETRA to be able to offer and deliver VCE VM studies only.
Registered by VRQA and authorised by VCAA to offer and deliver VCAL Foundation levelProvider transitions under ETRA to be able to offer and deliver VPC.

 

Authorisation actions for existing providers expanding scope in 2022 for 2023 delivery

The following table outlines the actions that education and training providers can take if they wish to expand their scope.

Current provider typeProvider type after transition arrangementExpansion of scope soughtAction required by providerVCAA authorisation forms provider needs to complete
Provider is registered and authorised to offer and deliver VCE and VCAL (all levels)Provider transitions to be registered and authorised to offer and deliver VCE (current VCE studies and VCE VM studies) and VPCNil.
  • No further action required.
  • N/A
Provider is registered and authorised to offer and deliver VCEProvider transitions to be registered and authorised to offer and deliver VCE (current VCE studies only)Wants to deliver VCE VM studies.
  • Provider applies to VCAA for authorisation to deliver VCE VM studies.
  • VCE Administrative requirements (VM components only)
  • Curriculum and assessment plan for each VCE VM unit the provider is applying for
  • Eligible learning program
  • VET program advice
Provider is registered and authorised to offer and deliver VCAL Intermediate and/or SeniorProvider transitions to be registered and authorised to offer and deliver VCE (VCE VM studies only) Wants to deliver current VCE studies
  • Provider applies to VCAA for authorisation to deliver current VCE studies.
  • VCE Administrative requirements
  • Curriculum and assessment plan for each current VCE unit the provider is applying for
  • Eligible learning program
  • VET program advice
Provider is registered and authorised to deliver VCE and/or VCAL Intermediate and/or SeniorProvider transitions to be registered and authorised to offer and deliver VCE (current VCE studies and VCE VM studies) Wants to deliver VPC
  • Provider applies to VCAA for authorisation to deliver VPC.
  • Provider applies to VRQA to amend its registration to deliver the VPC. See VRQA for advice.
  • VPC Administrative requirements
  • Curriculum and assessment plan for each VPC unit the provider is applying for
  • Eligible learning program
  • VET program advice
Provider is registered and authorised to offer and deliver VCAL Foundation levelProvider transitions to be registered and authorised to offer and deliver VPC Wants to deliver current VCE studies and/or VM studies
  • Provider applies to VCAA for authorisation to deliver current VCE studies and/or VCE VM studies.
  • Provider applies to VRQA to amend its registration to deliver the VCE. See VRQA for advice.
  • VCE Administrative requirements
  • Curriculum and assessment plan for each current VCE unit and/or VCE VM unit the provider is applying for
  • Eligible learning program
  • VET program advice