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VCE at CAE

This training is provided to eligible individuals with funds made available by the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments. Learners should be aware that enrolling in Victorian Government subsidised training now may impact on access to further government funded training in the future


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Enrolment Days for VCE 2014 Semester 2 intake:

  • Monday 16 June, 1.30-3.30pm at CAE 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
  • Monday 23 June, 4.00-6.00pm at CAE 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

*Please note these enrolment days are for VCE Year 11 only.

Semester 2 (VCE Unit 2) classes will commence Monday 14th July.

The subjects for VCE Year 11 mid-year intake include the following:

Accounting
Art
Biology
Chemistry
Classical Studies
Drama
English
English Language
Foundation Maths
General Maths
Health & Human Development
Legal Studies
Literature
Maths Methods
Media
Philosophy
Physics
Psychology
Sociology
Visual Communication & Design

Enrolment Days for Pre VCE 2014 intake:

  • Thursday 24 April, 1.30-3.30pm at CAE 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
  • Thursday 24 April, 1.30-3.30pm at CAE 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
  • Thursday 8 May, 1.30-3.30pm at CAE 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Pre VCE classes commences Monday 12thMay to Friday 20th June (no classes on Wednesdays)

If you cannot make one of these sessions, contact CAE College on 9652 0719 or email vce@cae.edu.au


VIEW 2014 VCE BROCHURE
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Victorian Certificate of Education

The Victorian Certificate of Education is a pathway to tertiary study, it provides opportunities for work, career and personal enrichment. As the biggest provider of Adult VCE in Victoria, CAE offers:
  • Year 11 and Year 12
  • A choice of day or evening classes
  • Part time or full time
  • Single subject enrolments
  • Demonstrated VCE results.


Why study at CAE?

  • Highly experienced and qualified teachers.
  • An ideal adult learning environment.
  • We offer a range of tertiary pathways.
  • Convenient City location, easy to get to by public transport, close to Flinders Street Station.
  • Access to key resources including multimedia facilities and career counselling, multimedia facilities, and career counselling.
  • CAE offers a flexible VCE learning option.

Student Support

CAE College supports your learning by providing:

  • personal and careers counselling
  • writing and study skills support
  • mathematics study support
  • Youth Pathways Officers
  • Access to Learn@CAE, our independent learning centre.


View CAE learner information


Single subject enrolments for cross-campus learners

  • we enrol students in single VCE subjects not offered at their secondary school
  • view our timetable for an extensive range of specialist subjects

When enrolling, we do require a cross-campus learner to bring a letter from your current school approving the enrolment, a copy of your latest school report, and a signed CAE Parent Consent form


Enrolment

In keeping with our supportive learning environment, all students are given the opportunity to discuss their individual program with an experienced VCE advisor on enrolment day.

To be selected into this course you will need to attend an enrolment day.
Refer to the Information Sessions & Enrolment Days page for upcoming dates and times.

Pre-enrolment for Learners under 18

If you are under 18 on 1 January 2012, you and your parent/guardian will need to meet with the Youth Pathways Officer before you enrol. Please bring a copy of your latest school report and the names of two referees who can be contacted to discuss your suitability for an adult learning environment. To make an appointment with the Youth Pathways Officer, please call 9652 0719.


Term dates 2014

  • Term 1: Mon 3 February – Friday 4 April
  • Term 2: Tues 22 April – Friday 27 June
  • Term 3: Mon 14 July – Fri 19 September
  • Term 4: Mon 6 October – Fri 14 November


Contact us for more information

Phone: 9652 0719
Email: vce@cae.edu.au


Democratic Principles

CAE supports and promotes the principles and practice of Australian democracy, including a commitment to:

  • elected government
  • the rule of law
  • equal rights for all before the law
  • freedom of religion
  • freedom of speech and association
  • the values of openness and tolerance