VCE/VCE (Vocational Major)
The Victorian Certificate of Education is changing and now includes an option to complete a Vocational Major, meaning you can study a new 2-year vocational and applied learning program within the VCE. There is also an option to undertake the Victorian Pathways Certificate (VPC). From 2023, all Victorian government secondary schools will be expected to provide:
- the VCE Vocational Major
- the VPC where it is a suitable and agreed pathway for students at the school
The VCE Certificate is taken over a two year period.
To get your VCE, you must successfully complete at least 16 units.
VCE (Vocational Major)
- This certificate replaces the existing VCAL at the Intermediate and Senior levels
- All Victorian government secondary schools are expected to provide the VCE Vocational Major from 2022
- Schools will not be expected to provide the VCE Vocational Major if there isn't student demand
- VET subjects over 2 years
- To get your VCE Vocational Major, you must successfully finish at least 16 units.
Click New Certificates being rolled out in 2023 to learn the difference between a Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), Vocational Major (VCE VM), and Victorian Pathways Certificate (VPC).