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Let us know of the changes you are making to your delivery practices.
Keeping apprentices and trainees employed
It’s business as (almost) usual at the VRQA.
An additional step to submit your application.
We’re committed to supporting VRQA-registered RTOs through this period of uncertainty.
So we can assess your home schooling application as fast as possible, submit it by email.
Children staying home may not need to be registered.
Everyday approaches to numeracy skills.
Transition to the national principles for child safe organisations in 2020.
With your feedback, we have found opportunities to improve our services.
Changes allow some school money to be used for centres that feed school enrolments.
More than 400 home educators told us how we’re doing and helped us find opportunities to improve our services.
Epsilon has replaced DELTA as Victoria’s apprenticeship and traineeship register.
New process for schools and non-school senior secondary providers enrolling international students.
When you apply for home schooling registration, don't forget to include these important documents.
Check out what’s planned around Victoria in the next few months.
Ensure you have the relevant permissions in place when using teaching materials.
If your child is registered for home schooling, keep us up-to-date.
From 1 January 2020, our fees and charges will increase to reflect rises in the Consumer Price Index.
Insights gained from schools with child-safe cultures.
Some families have been sent an incorrect email notice about their child’s home schooling registration.
The VHEAC provides guidance, information and feedback on home schooling regulation.
You can address the learning areas by exploring cultural events. It can also be a lot of fun!
If you provided us with your email address when you registered your child, you’ll receive our email newsletter.
An easy-to-understand overview of what is expected and how we can help.
VSV (formerly Distance Education Victoria) no longer charges fees for direct Year 10 or VCE enrolments.
Your child’s registration notice is their primary evidence they are home schooled.
If you’re starting a new chapter, tell us as soon as possible.
Outlines our common understanding and information sharing arrangements.
Update your application forms to ask students about all citizenships they hold.
Our collaboration, information sharing and mutual assistance is outlined in this agreement.
If putting put pen to paper is difficult, these options could help.
Here’s an overview of our registration and review activity in the first half of the year.
Practical help available when an education provider closes.
Participating gives you the opportunity to help shape and improve our services.
We’ve sent an email or letter to the parent of each registered child.
Here are some practical ideas to help get you started.
To protect your family’s privacy, don’t add photos of your child to your learning plan or review material.
Make the most of what’s on offer in your area!
New data on home schooling, international students in schools, and school registrations.
Follow these tips to get them right the first time.
The group training organisations we recognise are compliant with the National Standards.
Soon, we will contact you about your intentions for 2020.
Our information sharing arrangements and procedures are set out in this agreement.
Our team members have a diversity of learning and educational backgrounds. They also love to travel!
Like us on Facebook to get updates and resources for your home schooling family.
This agreement sets out arrangements with CECV as a school review body.
The new guidelines clearly explain the minimum standards for the operation of a student exchange program in Victoria.
Use this tool to assess your school’s compliance with the minimum standards.
We have approved and inducted new accreditation advisers to help with VET course development and accreditation.
We welcome this opportunity to reflect on the implementation of child safe standards in schools.
The framework explains our approach to monitoring school compliance through school reviews.
We will work together to improve Victoria’s training system.
Everything you need to know about what’s involved in a review of your child’s home schooling registration.
We have approved three additional student exchange organisations to provide secondary student exchange programs in Victoria.
What’s next, and how soon will you know the outcome?
How to enrol your child in a government-subsidised vocational course.
Completed an apprenticeship? You can now apply for a certificate to recognise your achievement.
This strategy outlines our priorities for engaging with clients and stakeholders over the next two years.
A report on our home education registration and review activity in 2018 is now available.
The VRQA's Guidelines for VET Providers has been updated to reflect the new implementation date for training and assessor credential requirements.
A range of resources for home educating families who have a child with additional needs.
Attend our workshop and find out how to become a registered training organisation (RTO) in Victoria.
Implementation date for new training and assessor credential requirements extended to 1 July 2019.
In the coming months, VET course accreditation and re-accreditation applications will need to include a brief description of the course.
The 2018 research report details your feedback about our activity in regulating home schooling in Victoria.
Why our home schooling letters are impersonal.
New learning templates are available to help you document how you’ll address the learning areas within your child’s educational program.
Check your letterbox: home schooling review notifications will be sent shortly.
The 2018 research report details your feedback about our activity in each sector we regulate.
Between September and December, the Victorian Apprenticeship Field Services conducted more than 300 workplace inspections.
When the Education and Training Reform Regulations 2017 commenced, the not-for-profit requirements were significantly strengthened. Here’s what you need to know.
Evidence requirements for the enrolment policy standard expanded to specify what a school's enrolment policy should include.
Updated Guidelines taking effect on 1 July 2019 for all Victorian registered schools. Here's what you need to know about the changes to the Governance standard.
Our factsheet will help schools navigate the changes in the updated Guidelines to the Minimum Standards for Victorian registered schools.
We’ve updated the Guidelines to reduce the burden of compliance and reflect contemporary practices in schools.
New information for schools about student homestay accommodation arrangements.
RTOs must submit their annual VET activity report in early 2019.
From 1 January 2019, our fees and charges will increase to reflect rises in the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
The IB re-registration as a senior secondary awarding body in Victoria.