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Single study providers

All single study providers intending to deliver a VCE study must comply with the associated minimum standards for registration and the conditions set by the VCAA (Education and Training Reform Regulations 2017, Schedule 8).

A Single study provider delivers a single VCE study to students who are completing their VCE or VCAL qualification through another school.

Single study providers enable students to undertake VCE studies their home school may not make available.

Single study providers seeking authorisation to deliver VCE Dance, VCE Music or VCE Language courses must be authorised by the VCAA. 

Authorisation advice and process for VCE Dance and VCE Music

Providers must apply for authorisation and registration concurrently.

Single study providers may apply for registration to deliver VCE Dance or VCE Music either:

OR

  • make agreement arrangements with each student’s home school, this would require a Memorandum of understanding (MoU) between all parties.

Non-school providers are authorised for a period of five years.

If a provider wishes to expand their course offering in this period, they must apply for authorisation to do so.

Providers need to apply for re-authorisation and re-registration at the end of this period.

Visit the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA)  to find out more.

Evidence requirements

All single study providers need to provide evidence to demonstrate their capacity to deliver the curriculum and assessment of the VCE.

VCE Dance and Music providers

Complete and submit the following:

Application for authorisation for a single study provider

Assessment task plan

Curriculum and assessment plan

Accessing information from the VCAA

Home school administrative support

Authorisation advice and process VCE Languages

Providers must apply for registration prior to authorisation.

Single study language providers (SSLPs) may apply for registration to deliver a VCE Language either:

OR

Authorisation from the VCAA is required before delivery commences.

Non-school providers are authorised for a period of five years.

If a provider wishes to expand their course offering in this period, they must apply for authorisation to do so.

Providers need to apply for re-authorisation and re-registration at the end of this period.

Visit the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA)  to find out more.

Evidence requirements

All Single study language providers need to provide evidence to demonstrate their capacity to deliver the curriculum and assessment of the VCE.

Provider's compulsory first stage

New and existing Single study language providers intending to deliver VCE languages need to complete this application form each year and submit a copy of the school's VRQA or Community Languages of Australia site registration.

This information will be audited against the providers VRQA or Community Languages of Australia registration information.

Complete and submit this document:

Compulsory first stage application for a single study language provider

Curriculum second stage application for a Single study language provider

New and selected Single study language providers that are required to apply for reauthorisation must submit information about curriculum and assessment and/or administrative processes.

SSLPs selected for Curriculum second stage reauthorisation may fall into the following categories:

  • authorisation period is expiring

  • VCE authorised studies have been reaccredited

  • the VCAA School-based Assessment Audit requirements were not met

  • changes or issues with the Provider's operating management or administration.

Providers required to submit information in the second stage will be advised by email.

The documents for completion in the second stage are:

SSLP Curriculum and assessment plan

SSLP Curriculum assessment task plan

Timeline

VCE Dance and Music providers

Date

Activity

30 September 2019

Authorisation applications due to the VCAA by this date.
Please note: if the application is submitted earlier in the year, the VCAA’s assessment will commence upon receipt.

November 2019

VCAA assess evidence for compliance.
If further evidence is required, the VCAA will assist the provider with one resubmission.
VCAA communicates outcomes to provider.

 

VCE Single study language providers

Date

Activity

9 August 2019

Authorisation applications due to the VCAA by this date.
Please note: if the application is submitted earlier in the year, the VCAA’s assessment will commence upon receipt.

October 2019

VCAA assess evidence for compliance.
If further evidence is required, the VCAA will assist the provider with one resubmission.
VCAA communicates outcomes to provider.

 

For queries, contact VCAA Authorisations.