HOW DO I APPLY?
Contact your school's VET Coordinator for further information and to apply for an AHSPs course. Through this course counselling process, your school will assist you in selecting a course that will fit your SACE pattern.
Download an application form, complete it and submit it to your school's VET Coordinator.
Term 3 Week 1 AHSPs applications open
Term 3 Week 8 AHSPs applications close
Term 4 you may need to complete additional forms
Term 4 Week 2-3 interviews conducted (some courses only)
Term 4 Week 5 you will be notified whether you will be doing your preferred course
If you are unsuccessful in securing a place, your school will assist you to identify alternative options, which may include making a late application to an alternative VET course.
Note that students undertaking a regional VET course in a Department for Education (DfE) School may be partially enrolled in the host School.
Contact your school's VET Coordinator for further information, they will liaise with the relevant member school VET Coordinator, and assist you with the application process. Please note that students from member schools have priority in being placed in AHSPs courses.
In addition to the course and consumables costs, non-member schools will be charged an administration levy of 15% of the total published course cost per student to a maximum of $250 per enrolment. If a student withdraws after Week 2 of the commencement of the course, the administration levy will still be charged.
Note that students undertaking a regional VET course in a Department for Education School may be partially enrolled in the host School.
Applications open for AHSPs VET courses.
Speak with your VET coordinator & submit your completed application form
late Term 3
Closing date for AHSPs applications
mid Term 4
Applications are finalised, you will be notified of the outcome