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VCE VET programs

The prestigious Top Designs exhibition at Melbourne Museum is now showcasing five VCE VET programs: Creative and Digital Media, Engineering Studies, Integrated Technologies, Furnishing and Music (Sound Production).  If you are undertaking scored assessment in your VET program as part of your VCE or VCAL, then you can apply for Top Designs. Watch this video for guidelines on how to apply or visit the Top Designs page. Download a printable Top Designs poster for your classroom.

VCE VET programs are VET qualifications approved by the VCAA following consultation with schools, industry and training providers.

They lead to nationally recognised qualifications and provide an opportunity for students to receive credit towards their VCE or VCAL.

Some VCE VET programs offer scored assessment, most provide structured workplace learning and recognition. This is clearly stated on each program page.

Please see updated 2022 Get VET poster. This poster provides a list of all VCE VET programs and shows if a program offers Units 1 and 2 and/or Units 3 and 4. It also shows if a VCE VET program can be undertaken as scored or non-scored.

For the latest program changes, see VCE VET program changes for 2022. For detailed changes to each VCE VET program, please check the respective program page.

For VCE VET program changes that have been approved for 2022 implementation, please see 2022 VCE VET program structures (Updated 15 June 2022). This document will be updated progressively as further programs are approved, and detailed changes will be published at a later date on the respective program pages.

The following VCE VET programs can be included in the VCE or VCAL.