Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses are nationally accredited qualifications. Undertaking a VET qualification provides increased opportunity for students to connect with industry and school, ensures the focus and content of training is relevant, and that skills are developed to industry standards.
VET qualifications allow students to complete nationally recognised competencies through a Registered Training Organisation. This means the competencies you obtain are recognised by industry and other training providers, such as TAFE.
Students will also gain credit towards SACE requirements.
Students can earn 10 SACE credits for successfully completing 70 hours of VET. The SACE VET Recognition Register documents whether the SACE credits earned for a particular VET qualiﬁcation will be recognised at Stage 1 or Stage 2 in addition to the minimum and maximum credits awarded for individual certificates.
VET options in the SACE encourage students to complete, or make signiﬁcant progress towards completing VET qualiﬁcations while completing the SACE.
For information about enrolling and the USI (Unique Student Identifier), please see our Curriculum Choice enrolment page.
Last updated: 13 January 2020