VCE VET Information, Digital Media and Technology
Please note: from 2017 the VCE VET Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Program has been renamed the VCE VET Information, Digital Media and Technology (IDMT) program.
The VCE VET Information, Digital Media and Technology program provides students with the opportunity to acquire and develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to work in the areas of information technology in a range of industry areas. Organisational and specialist activity skills in addition to some leadership skills will be developed through the units of competency undertaken in Units 1 to 4 of the selected program.
The following qualifications are available in the VCE VET Information, Digital Media and Technology program.
ICT20115 Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology
ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (partial completion)
School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships in Victoria involve the student undertaking the VCE or VCAL as well as being employed part-time. A list of approved qualifications for specific industry areas is available at
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Credit in the VCE or VCAL
Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology: recognition of up to six units of credit at Units 1 and 2 level.
Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology : recognition of up to two units of credit at Units 1 and 2 level and a Units 3 and 4 sequence. Students who are able to undertake further training to complete the certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology qualification may be eligible for further credit at Units 3 and 4 level.
Note: Schools are advised that VCE VET programs are not designed as stand-alone studies. Students are strongly advised against undertaking the Units 3 and 4 sequence without first completing Units 1 and 2.
Students wishing to receive an ATAR contribution for the Units 3 and 4 sequence of VCE VET Information, Digital Media and Technology must undertake scored assessment for the purpose of achieving a study score. This study score can contribute directly to the ATAR, either as one of the student's best four studies (the primary four) or as a fifth or sixth study.
Where a student elects not to receive a study score for VCE VET Information, Digital Media and Technology, no contribution to the ATAR will be available.
Students who undertake additional training from certificate III and achieve a further Units 3 and 4 sequence may be eligible for an increment towards their ATAR (10% of the average of the primary four scaled studies). The increment is awarded by the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC). Further information can be found on the VTAC website:
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Students wishing to receive a study score for VCE VET Information, Digital Media and Technology must undertake Scored Assessment. This consists of three coursework tasks worth 66% of the overall study score, and an end of year examination worth 34% of the overall study score.
Scored assessment will be based on the Units 3 and 4 sequence of ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology.
Materials for Scored Assessment
VCE VET Assessment Guide (pdf - 474kb)
This Assessment Guide is for all VCE VET scored programs and contains background information relating to VCE VET study scores. It contains an overview of study score assessment, the process of integrating study scores with competency based assessment and detailed advice regarding the development and assessment of coursework tasks. The Assessment Guide also contains generic templates, scoring criteria and other coursework assessment records. Program specific assessment advice for revised VCE VET scored programs is published on each of the individual webpages for VCE VET programs.
VCE VET Information, Digital Media and Technology Assessment Plan Template and Sample (docx - 115kb) (January 2017)
- VCE VET Scoring Criteria Sheets:
(doc - 158kb) |
(pdf - 47kb)
- VET Coursework Assessment Record (VCAR):
(doc - 159kb) |
(pdf - 39kb)
Frameworks for task types are a guide to the four task types in scored VCE VET programs.
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Program updates and further information
Continuous improvement: During the life of qualification/s there may be occasions when changes are made to reflect feedback from users or to include the latest industry practices. This process is called continuous improvement. When continuous improvement impacts on the VCE VET Information, Digital Media and Technology program, advice will be published in the
VCAA Bulletin and notification provided on the VCAA website. Please visit the
VCAA Bulletin subscription webpage
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Exams and Assessment Reports