Information for parents

Parents can support students in Years 11 and 12 by being aware of important TASC requirements relating to TASC qualifications and certificates including the Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE) .

For more information about TASC accredited courses and qualifications please contact your school.

Please note that TASC is unable to share a student’s personal information (including assessment results) with anybody without the student’s informed consent.

Students can choose TASC accredited courses and/ or vocational education and training (VET) courses to make up a program of study in Years 11 and 12.

Students and parents can use the TCE course planner to choose a program of study.

Students and parents, should be aware of the requirements for achieving TASC qualifications including:

In accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act 2004, TASC is unable to share a student’s personal information (including assessment results) with anybody without the student’s informed consent. If you wish to discuss your child’s personal information with us, they will need to provide us with their written permission. Your child can do this by lodging an online results query.

All students are expected to observe the highest standards of honesty and integrity in the work they submit for assessment in all courses: this is called academic integrity. If students breach these rules, penalties may apply including the cancellation of results.

All students must accept responsibility relating to the external assessment rule.

In accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act 2004, TASC is unable to share a student’s personal information (including assessment results) with anybody without the student’s informed consent. If you wish to discuss your child’s personal information with us, they will need to provide us with their written permission. Your child can do this by lodging an online results query.

Special provisions for exams ensure all students are treated fairly and equitably.

A student can apply for special conditions to be considered for exams if they have a diagnosed condition, impairment or disability or refugee student status.