All providers intending to deliver senior and/or foundation secondary courses must comply with the associated minimum standards for registration and the conditions set by the VCAA (Education and Training Reform Regulations 2017, Schedule 8).
Non-school Senior Secondary and Foundation Secondary providers (NSSSFSPs) seeking permission to deliver VCE studies and/or VPC studies must be permitted by the VCAA.
NSSSFSPs must apply for permission to deliver VCE studies and/or VPC studies concurrently with VRQA registration process.
NSSSFSPs are permitted to deliver these studies for the duration of their registration period with the VRQA and must reapply for permission to deliver VCE studies and/or VPC studies concurrently with re-registration at the end of this period.
If a provider wishes to expand their course offerings during this registration period, they must apply for permission to do so to the VCAA and notify the VRQA of their intended changes.
Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) to find out more.