Authorisation for school providers to deliver VCE
Registered schools are listed on the State Register, the VRQA's online database of registered providers. The State Register can be searched on the VRQA's website:
The Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) is a senior secondary qualification recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). All schools intending to deliver the VCE must comply with the associated minimum standards for registration and the conditions set by the VCAA (Education and Training Reform Regulations 2007, Schedule 7.3.3).
Government sector schools should consult with the
DET Integrated Provision and Design Unit before applying.
Catholic sector schools should consult with the
Catholic Education Commission of Victoria before applying.
Independent schools apply directly to the VRQA.
All Government, Catholic and Independent schools submit evidence for authorisation as part of their registration application to the VRQA.
All schools applying to deliver the VCE must provide evidence to demonstrate their capacity to deliver the curriculum and assessment of the VCE.
Additionally, providers applying as a new Senior Secondary Provider (that is, providers not currently delivering VCAL), will also need to provide evidence to demonstrate their capacity to manage the administrative requirements associated with delivery of a senior secondary qualification.
Independent schools must use the following templates as part of their registration application to the VRQA:
Please contact the VCE Curriculum Unit at the VCAA for any further information:
(03) 9032 1699 or
|23 June 2017||Registration application due to the VRQA, including the evidence requirements for authorisation.|
|July 2017||VCAA assesses evidence for compliance.
VCAA communicates outcomes to VRQA.
|August 2017||If further evidence is required, school is notified and works with the VCAA to submit one resubmission.|
|September 2017||VCAA communicates outcomes to the VRQA.|