Completing a program of study in Years 11 and 12 provides you with the opportunity to achieve the Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE) or an equivalent qualification which will help your future employment, training and study opportunities.

You can choose:

To achieve the TCE you must meet the TCE standards. Use the TCE course planner to understand the credit points you can receive and speak with your school to plan a program of study that will allow you to achieve a TCE.

For eligible Year 11 and 12 students, the University of Tasmania’s University Connections Program and the High Achiever Program can also contribute towards the TCE.

  • Careerify – a new career information website to help Years 9-12 learners with career decision making. Explore career options and the steps to take to get to where you want to go.
  • My Future – a national online career planning platform to identify interests and work values, and explore education, training and career pathways.
  • Anything Can Happen – explore Tasmanian education options. Whatever you want to do in life, there’s a pathway to take you there.
  • Years 11 and 12 Student Course Guide to help you choose a planned program of learning for Years 11 and 12. (Students studying in non-government schools can contact their school for information on the courses being offered.)
  • The TASC TCE Course Planner to help you check if you are on track for the TCE standards and credit points needed for your future pathway.

Tasmanian Government colleges and extension schools have access to a range of courses delivered through online learning programs for Years 11 and 12. These programs are designed for students who cannot enrol in their chosen courses at their local college or high school, or are unable to attend face-to-face classes for health or distance reasons. For more information please contact your local college or extension school.