The VCE VET Engineering program is drawn from a national training package and offers portable qualifications which are recognised throughout Australia. These qualifications provide students with a broad range of skills and knowledge to pursue a career or further training in related industries. is drawn from state accredited curriculum and provides pre-employment training and pathways in the engineering, manufacturing or other related industries. The program enables students to gain recognised credentials and to make informed choices of vocation or career path.
22470VIC Certificate II in Engineering Studies: aims to instil positive perceptions of the engineering related industries by introducing young people to the wide range of employment opportunities, career choices and study pathways to further training in the engineering, manufacturing and related industries.
School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships in Victoria involve the student undertaking the VCE or VCAL as well as being employed part-time. For a list of approved qualifications in specific industry areas, visit
Victorian Regulations and Qualifications Authority (VRQA).
Credit in the VCE or VCAL: recognition of up to three units of credit at Units 1 and 2 level and a Units 3 and 4 sequence.
Note: The Units 3 and 4 sequence of VCE VET Engineering Studies is not designed as a stand-alone study. Students are strongly advised against undertaking the Units 3 and 4 sequence without first completing Units 1 and 2.
2020 Top Designs poster (pdf - 995.42kb)
From 2020, the Top Designs exhibition will incorporate work from VCE VET Engineering Studies. Applications to Top Designs 2020 will be available from early September. To find out more about how to apply, visit
Scored assessment is available for VCE VET Engineering Studies.
Students wishing to receive an ATAR contribution for VCE VET Engineering Studies must undertake scored assessment. This consists of three coursework tasks, worth 66% of the overall study score, and an end-of-year examination which is worth 34% of the overall study score.
Scored assessment is based on the units 3 and 4 sequence of VCE VET Engineering Studies drawn from 22470VIC Certificate II in Engineering Studies.
Materials for scored assessment
VCE VET assessment guide will be published shortly.
VCE VET Engineering Assessment Plan Template and Sample (January 2020)
VCE VET scoring criteria sheets
Assessment templates for task types:
Industry Project (published January 2020)
Frameworks for task types:
Industry Project (published January 2020)
Examination specifications, past examinations and reports
VCE VET Engineering examination specifications, past examinations and reports.
Structured workplace learning recognition
The VCAA provides recognition for structured workplace learning for students undertaking VCE VET programs.
Workplace learning record booklets for VCE VET Engineering are available.
22209VIC Certificate II in Engineering Studies workplace learning record booklet.
22470VIC Certificate II in Engineering Studies workplace learning record booklet.
VCE VET Engineering Program Booklet
Full descriptions of the units of competency drawn from state-accredited curriculum that are included in the VCE VET Engineering Studies program can be found on the
Victorian Department of Education and Training website.
Full descriptions of units of competency that are drawn from training packages can be obtained from
Guide to transition arrangements - 22209VIC to 22470VIC
The VCE VET Engineering Studies program was redeveloped in 2018. This guide describes transition arrangements for students who commenced in the VCE VET Engineering program drawn from 22209VIC Certificate II in Engineering Studies, whose enrolments were required to move to the new VCE VET program, which is drawn from 22470VIC Certificate II in Engineering Studies in 2018.
VCE VET program guide 2018
The VCE VET Program Guide provides general advice about the VCAA's suite of VCE VET programs. It is to be read in conjunction with the VCE VET Engineering Studies program booklet.
Students wishing to receive an ATAR contribution for the scored units 3 and 4 sequence of VCE VET Engineering Studies 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 the scored units 3 and 4 sequence of VCE VET Engineering Studies, no contribution to the ATAR will be available.
The increment is awarded by the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC). For more information, visit
VCE VET Engineering Studies State Reviewer
VCE VET state reviewers are appointed for scored VCE VET programs.
David Godfrey - Ringwood Secondary College
tel:(03) 9870 2002 / (03) 9845 7560