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You can now download and view our current annual report.
Apprentices need up to date contact details to receive their trade papers.
Fees have been waived in response to the ongoing economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’re contacting clients to understand their experiences.
Continue or cancel home schooling registration for 2022.
The next review cycle is about to commence.
Understand how and when we take action to protect Victorian school children.
Making sure an apprenticeship or traineeship is on track.
How to meet the minimum standards for school boarding premises registration.
Updated guidelines apply to all existing schools from 1 July 2021.
The Victorian Government has introduced new Standards that will come into effect on 1 July 2022.
Trade papers are now automatically issued.
Updated templates for VET course accreditation applications.
Information to help you understand what's changed and why.
Our workplace visits now include a blend of remote and face-to-face assessments.
CRICOS schools may continue online course provision to international students until the end of Term 2, 2022.
An agreement on information sharing with the VRQA.
Find out if your school or organisation will be required to meet the new minimum standards.
A new checklist to help applicants meet the minimum standards.
Refugee and humanitarian visas may now provide access to apprenticeships and traineeships.
New legislation terminology will soon be reflected across VRQA documents and forms.
Key things to understand and complete.
What skill sets are and how to deliver them.
Jonathan Kaplan answers some questions about himself and his career.
Our former CEO has been recognised for her contribution to Victorian education.
Our plan to engage with you and improve our services.
Our 2020 client and stakeholder research results are now published.
We've updated some risk indicators based on what we've found during recent review and registration activity.
A nationally consistent approach to extended transition periods.
Mr Kaplan has been appointed as our new CEO.
Our fees and charges have changed since 1 January 2021 to reflect consumer price index movements.
Guidance and key information for employers of school-based apprentices or trainees.
Ms Hutchinson brings extensive experience in arts and financial services leadership.
The VRQA Strategic Plan 2020–22 outlines our focus, in the context of recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Our most recent annual report is now available to view and download.
Guidance for schools with international students staying over summer holidays.
A picture of growing uncertainty and isolation revealed.
Fees waived in response to the economic impact caused by COVID-19.
How schools can weather the storm and build a roadmap through the economic downturn.
Amend your RTO scope to continue delivering transport and logistics, retail and food handling infection control skill sets.
The webinar covered practical skills for principals, business managers and school board/governing authority members.
Statistics on the applications we received and reviews we conducted last year.
Information to help RTOs make decisions about operating during the pandemic.
Welcome to Anthony Nippard, Fran Reddan and Judy Rose PSM.
Our FAQs will help you understand options for delivering training during the pandemic.
Our report found 19 ways to improve non-school senior secondary education.
Practical governance skills and Education State funding and supports.
Home schooling reviews look a little different this year, here’s how to prepare
We understand the pandemic has impacted learning activities.
Keeping children safe online.
Understanding the differences and deciding what's right for you.
How the requirements relate to the review process
The Minister for Education has afforded schools some flexibility in monitoring school attendance.
This session explained important information for registering a new independent school.
Let us know of the changes you are making to your delivery practices.
It’s business as (almost) usual at the VRQA.
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.
Changes allow some school money to be used for centres that feed school enrolments.
Epsilon has replaced DELTA as Victoria’s apprenticeship and traineeship register.
When you apply for home schooling registration, don't forget to include these important documents.
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.
Insights gained from schools with child-safe cultures.
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!
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.
Practical help available when an education provider closes.
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.
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