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VET in Senior Secondary Certificates of Education across Australia


The VET in Senior Secondary Certificates of Education report published in September 2012 provides an overview of the arrangements for the recognition of VET in each of the Australian state and territory senior secondary certificates of education. The report was produced to inform the development of policy on the provision and recognition of VET for senior secondary students.

Background about ACACA and their report on VET in Senior Secondary Certificates of Education


ACACA, Australasian Curriculum, Assessment and Certification Authorities, is the national body for the chief executives of the statutory bodies responsible for certificates of senior secondary education in the Australian states and territories and in New Zealand.

In Australia, ACACA agencies all have, as part of their legislative responsibilities, the certification of student achievement in post-compulsory schooling. Since 1998, this has included recognition of achievement in Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Schools, in accordance with the Ministerial Council on Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA) National Agreement.

ACACA VET in Senior Secondary Certificates of Education Report 2012:http://acaca.bos.nsw.edu.au/files/pdf/vet-report-2012.pdf

For more information about ACACA see http://acaca.bos.nsw.edu.au/


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