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VCAA Bulletin
No.83 – October 2022

Administrative advice

Applications to deliver VCE on a Northern Hemisphere Timetable now open

Providers and schools wanting to offer the VCE on a Northern Hemisphere Timetable (NHT) to students in Victoria need to apply for permission. Access to VASS enrolments for NHT students is available only to permitted schools/providers.

Application forms are available for classes in approved:

  • VCE Unit 1 and 2 studies on the NHT in 2023–2024
  • VCE Unit 3 and 4 studies on the NHT in 2023–2024 and/or 2024–2025.

Prospective providers must attend a briefing for VCE and VASS coordinators in December. For details about the briefing, including the registration process, email VCE Authorisations at

The application closing date to deliver the NHT is Monday 13 February 2023.

Read more about the NHT and VCE studies available on the NHT.

Notices to schools

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Home Economics Victoria 2022 Annual Conference

The Home Economics Victoria 2022 Annual Conference will be held online on Monday 24 October.

For more info and to register, go to Home Economics Victoria.

Victorian Academy of Teaching and Learning professional learning

Registrations are now open for the following workshops held by the Victorian Academy of Teaching and Learning.

Finance Matters

Through a series of virtual workshops, Finance Matters explores how to manage financial obligations, make sound financial decisions and implement effective planning techniques to make school finance more efficient.

The workshops have been designed to address the needs of specific school contexts, including primary, secondary and small schools.

Upcoming workshops include:

  • SRP and Workforce Budgeting
  • SRP and WB for Special Schools
  • Financial Management
  • Tax

School Procurement

School Procurement provides an overview of procurement policies, process and risk within the school environment.

Over 2 hours, principal class members and business managers will explore the principles and methodologies that underpin procurement in Victorian government schools to successfully manage school purchasing activities.