Training delivered at your school
ACCCO has been successfully partnering and delivering VET with schools since 2001 providing students in Years 11 and 12 with high
quality VET training in order to advance their career potential.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) is a learning pathway which enables Year 11 and 12 high school students to gain a nationally
recognised qualification while at school as part of their Senior Certificate of Education which may lead to employment and/or further
ACCCO can prepare students for employment in early childhood services such as child care, long day care, family day care, occasional care,
playgroups and kindergartens from Educators to Managers and Teachers. ACCCO's Vocational programs provide students with practical and
real-world experiences to work within the Early Education and Care Sector and provides students with the opportunity to gain:
- practical hands-on training
- valuable skills for greater employability
- eight (8) credit points towards their Senior Certificate of Education
- real industry skills and qualifications while completing high school
- a competitive edge in the employment marketplace
- credit towards further study
Structured school based learning
Students can undertake VET as part of their school studies, delivered by a qualified school teacher / Trainer Assessor in partnership with
ACCCO. Students will commence the program in Year 11 at the start of term one. During the qualification, students learn the theory
component in class with a qualified teacher, as well as attend an ACECQA approved service to receive practical training and experience.
Vocational placement hours are in addition to theory class attendance. A current working with children check is required for work placement
when you are 18 years of age.
What can I study with ACCCO?
Early childhood education and care
Early childhood education involves caring for and teaching children under the age of five to enhance their development.
Through the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, you will be introduced to working in the field of early childhood. It is
the minimum qualification to gain employment in ACECQA approved early childhood services and often the qualification studied for those
wanting to begin their career in early childhood education.
Our education support courses will qualify you to work as a teacher's aide or in after-hours school care. The Certificate III in Education
Support is an ideal qualification for people seeking employment in education roles which provides assistance and support to qualified
Educators and Teachers. It is a versatile qualification leading the graduate to work in a range of diverse education environments including
schools, kindergartens, preschools, early childhood, school age care or other education environment in entry level positions.
To participate in the VET program students must:
- have a sound achievement result in Year 10 Maths and English subjects or equivalent prior to enrolling in the program
- complete a language and literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Indicator
- identify the VET program as part of their school curriculum
- remain enrolled in and attend school throughout the duration of the program
Fees are based on the two delivery modes below. Flexible payment plans are also available to help you pay for your qualification over two
||Cost per student
||School Teacher delivers training to students as part of their studies
||ACCCO trainer Assessor delivers training at school one day per week
How to apply
All school based VET programs involve a partnership between the School and ACCCO. Talk to your school VET Coordinator or head of senior
schooling about studying with ACCCO. Your school can form a partnership with ACCCO and make the program available to you at your school.
Industry sought graduates!
The 2017 National Centre for Vocational Education (NCVER) Student Outcomes Survey statistics show that ACCCO students have higher
employment outcomes than all other training providers across Australia! ACCCO graduates sit at 84.9% employment rate which is considerably
higher than the national average of 77.7% from all other Australian VET providers.
Why choose ACCCO for education and training?
With over 22 years’ experience, ACCCO has established strong relationships with schools and maintains
close links to industry enabling us to deliver in-demand skills and up-to-date and relevant training.
ACCCO is consistently receiving positive feedback from School VET Teachers. The recurring feedback from VET teachers was, they are enjoying
not having to develop all the learning and assessment materials under the new version of the training package including Sustainability,
Early Years Learning Framework and the National Work Health and Safety. ACCCO provides all VET classes with class presentations, template
unit workbooks and access to text books for each unit in PDF format.
Schools are also enjoying the relationships with the ACCCO Trainer Assessors and National VET Coordinator who maintains the consistency of
training, assessment and providing support.
The most positive feedback is out in the field with Early Childhood Services noticing an improvement in the quality of training by the
Schools who have moved over to ACCCO.
- Well-established industry recommended training college specialising in Education and Care Qualifications
- ACCCO is on the approved list of providers for each state and territory
- All training materials and resources are provided by ACCCO
- Professional development opportunities for teachers
- Nationally recognised qualifications
- A dedicated ACCCO Trainer Assessor for mentoring and support
- In-service training day for the school VET teacher
Onsite support visits from ACCCO
If you would like to partner with ACCCO or discuss your individual learning needs, please contact our National Vet Coordinator