All About VET
Opportunities to do VET include Pre-Apprenticeships, School-Based Apprenticeships and School-Based Traineeships. VET engages students in work related learning built on strategic partnerships between schools, registered training organisations (RTO), business, industry and the wider community.
Delivery arrangements of VET to secondary students may include:
- Auspice* – where a school purchases quality assurance aspects from an RTO and the school delivers the training to their students
- Fee for service – where a school purchases delivery and assessment from an RTO
- Profile – where schools access profile hours through the TAFEs
- RTO School – where a school becomes an RTO to deliver and assess training within a defined scope of delivery
*All delivery and assessment of VET must be conducted or supervised by a qualified trainer and assessor in partnership with a registered training organisation which operates under a VET regulatory and quality framework.
VET in the WACE
Authority-developed Workplace Learning (ADWPL)
Often students combine VET with Workplace Learning. Students can use time spent in the workplace towards meeting the requirements of the Endorsed Program ADWPL. Program outline and resources can be found on the Endorsed programs page.
VET Data and Reporting
Release of the 2020 Version of the VET Qualifications Register for Secondary Students
14 June 2019
The VET qualifications register for secondary students for the 2020 school year has been released.