Vocational Education and Training Delivered to Secondary Students (VETDSS) gives Year 10, 11 and 12 students the opportunity to undertake nationally recognised training that contributes to the VCE or VCE Vocational Major (VM).
Explore our 2023 VET courses Delivered to Secondary Students
How to apply for VET Delivered to Secondary Students
Essentially, we’re in partnership with you and your school. You speak to your school and they coordinate your application with Swinburne. Seek out your school’s VET or careers coordinator for course recommendations and discuss your options. Then, when you’ve decided on a VETDSS course that fits, your school will forward your application directly to us.
To be eligible for consideration for a VETDSS program you must be currently enrolled in Year 10, 11 or 12.
You’ll receive notification from your school about the outcome of your application. Successful? More information about enrolment will follow.
If there is greater demand than course places available, you’ll be placed on a waiting list. So, take note of our key application dates to allow time for your school-endorsed application to get to us.
Please refer to Swinburne's policies and regulations for student rights and responsibilities while on campus.
The costs associated with Swinburne VETDSS programs is invoiced directly to schools. For more information on course costs, it’s best to contact your school’s VET or careers coordinator.
2023 key dates
|First round applications open||Monday 15 August 2022|
|First round applications close||Sunday 9 October 2022|
|Schools notified||Monday 17 October 2022|
|Late applications open||Wednesday 19 October 2022|
|Late applications close||Tuesday 31 January 2023|
Note: These dates are indicative only.
Enrolment and Orientation
When you’ve completed your enrolment and we’ve seen you on campus for orientation, you’ll attend Swinburne one day per week for training while continuing at your secondary school.
Courses commence the week of Monday 30 January 2023.