All schools intending to deliver senior 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).
Authorisation advice and process
Non-school providers seeking authorisation to deliver the VCE courses must be authorised by the VCAA.
Providers must apply for authorisation and registration concurrently.
Non-school providers are authorised for a period of five years and must apply for re-authorisation and re-registration at the end of this period.
If a provider wishes to expand their course offering in this period, they must apply for authorisation to do so.
Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) to find out more.
This table displays authorisation timeline
VRQA and VCAA briefing session for all applying non-school providers.
30 March 2022
Authorisation applications due to the VCAA.
VCAA assesses evidence for compliance. If further evidence is required, the VCAA will assist the provider to submit one resubmission.
31 July 2022
VCAA notify VRQA of provider authorisations.
All providers applying to deliver the VCE must provide evidence to demonstrate their capacity to deliver the curriculum and assessment of the relevant course.
Additionally, providers need to provide evidence to demonstrate their capacity to manage the administrative requirements associated with the delivery of the relevant course.
All providers must use the following templates when developing their application.
VCE Administrative requirements 2022
The curriculum and assessment plan documents (for each VCE study) contain both an 'Assessment task plan' and a 'Curriculum delivery plan'.
VET program advice
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