Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE)
What is VCE?
The Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) is the certificate that the majority of students in Victoria receive on satisfactory completion of their secondary education. The VCE provides diverse pathways to further study or training at university or TAFE and to employment. More information can be accessed by going directly to the VCAA VCE Curriculum page.
VCE Subjects offered on-site
The list below shows the current VCE subjects offered at Edenhope College.
- Physical Education
- Health and Human Development
- Art Making and Exhibiting
Additional VCE subjects not listed here can be undertaken by students, however these subjects will be delivered via Virtual Schools Victoria / Distance Education with neighbouring schools.
About the VCE Vocational Major
The VCE Vocational Major (VM) is a vocational and applied learning program within the VCE designed to be completed over a minimum of two years. The VCE VM will give students greater choice and flexibility to pursue their strengths and interests and develop the skills and capabilities needed to succeed in further education, work and life.
It prepares students to move into apprenticeships, traineeships, further education and training, university (via non-ATAR pathways) or directly into the workforce.
The purpose of the VCE VM is to provide students with the best opportunity to achieve their personal goals and aspirations in a rapidly changing world by:
- equipping them with the skills, knowledge, values and capabilities to be active and informed citizens, lifelong learners and confident and creative individuals
- empowering them to make informed decisions about the next stages of their lives through real-life workplace experiences.