Schools can access the 2016 VET Awards Nomination form to nominate eligible students up and until 5 September 2016 4:30pm.
For more information on the VET Awards process, download the 2016 VET Awards Nomination Kit from the Awards for outstanding achievement in VET section of the Exhibitions and Awards page.
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Today we were pleased to join our Minister for Education, Peter Collier MLC at Cloverdale Education Support Centre to officially launch the Abilities Based Learning Education, Western Australia (ABLEWA) to support the teaching and learning of students with disability and additional learning needs.
P-10 Languages syllabuses are now available for Chinese, Japanese, German, Italian, Indonesian and French for familiarisation.
The 2016 ATAR course written and practical examinations timetable are now available.
Schools may apply on behalf of multiple students when their WACE achievement has been adversely affected by complications with an RTO partnership. Refer to the VET News page for more detail.
A research paper about appropriate and effective use of digital technologies in Mathematics courses for upper secondary school students.
As of 1 July information currently available on the VETinfoNet website will be moved to the Department of Training and Workforce Development website at dtwd.wa.gov.au and the VETinfoNet website will be decommissioned. This update will ensure all VET sector information is centralised in one location.
The Year 10 Information Handbook for 2016 is now available.
We’re excited to be launching our new website. It brings together the Authority’s work in a way that will help everyone find the information they need more quickly and easily.
Board Chair, Professor Patrick Garnett released a statement today in relation to Year 12 mathematics enrolments.
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From 2016, Year 12 students will receive a Western Australian Statement of Student Achievement (WASSA).
The 2016 Year 12 Information Handbook is now available.
The 2016 Curriculum, Assessment and Moderation Updates, for each Learning Area, for teachers of Year 11 and/or Year 12 WACE courses are now available.