The VET Recognition in the TCE Guidebook clarifies how VET can be part of senior secondary studies. The Guidebook provides key information for students, schools and Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).

The Guidebook explains how Vocational Education and Training (VET) contributes to the Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE) in 2021 and 2022. It also provides operational guidance for VET leaders or coordinators in schools.

The TCE Course Planner is a tool that supports students to plan their program of study in the TCE.

Full VET qualifications are listed in the TCE Course Planner. As a qualification can be made up of a mix of different Units, there is no TCE credit point value allocated to the full qualification. Instead, credit point values are displayed for the individual units of competency that contribute to the qualification.

To find the TCE credit point value, enter each of the units you will be completing into your planner. You can search by the unit code provided by your registered training organisation (RTO), or by title.

Step by step information about how to use the TCE Course Planner for VET Units is available on page 8 of the VET Recognition in the TCE Guidebook.

The Outstanding Achievement in Vocational Education and Training Award recognises demonstrated excellence in a VET program and successful achievement of the Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE) by Tasmanian senior secondary students.

Registered training organisations (RTO’s) provide TASC with student’s results. If this has not occurred, you can apply to have a competed qualification added to your Qualifications Certificate. See Adding a Recognised Qualification to your Qualifications Certificate.

Registered training organisations (RTO’s) are required to provide TASC with a record of student’s results and attainment each quarter. See RTO reporting.