We support schools.
The Australian Institute of Education and Training (AIET), partners with schools to provide vocational education and training (VET) to students as part of their senior secondary certificate of education.
Our experienced team of training and learning staff are committed to providing you with a range of practical, employment & skills based, work ready training packages, designed to get students to where they want to be.
We provide access to quality vocational education.
Our programs are designed in consultation with industry and offer a range of flexible assessment strategies and frameworks. VET strengthens a school’s curriculum by giving students the opportunity to pain practical skills and knowledge that complement all other senior secondary studies.
VET provides work place skills and knowledge for careers that students are passionate about. Every year more than 450,000 students across Australia explore with passion through VET.
Our mission is is be a reliable partner for schools to assist students in this exploration.
Everything is included
- Annual Site Visit
- Industry Supported Resources
- All Assessments and Mapping
- Online Assessment Platform
- Monitoring Each School Term
- Ongoing Support
- Quality Assurance System
- ReadCloud Account (Online Resource Delivery)
- Scored Assessment Tasks (If Required)
- Teacher Guides & Model Answers
- Professional Development
- Teacher Network Access
This handbook has been written to provide students with important information about the vocational education and training (VET) qualifications offered by AIET as well as your rights and responsibilities as a VET student. AIET is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), registered with the national regulator Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). Our national RTO number is 121314.
Students should take the time to study this handbook carefully and ask their Trainer and Assessor (VET Teacher) if they are unsure of any details. The contents of this handbook in many instances represents the key points of various VET policies and procedures developed by AIET.
School Induction Guide
VET is VET. There is no difference in the requirements or rigor to issue a qualification to a student if the VET program is delivered at school or through a TAFE or private training provider. The students are receiving a nationally recognized credential within their senior secondary program and while the program may be at the introductory level, all the national standards and regulations apply.
AIET sets an expectation of quality, not only for the integrity of the certificate being undertaken and awarded but for the benefit of students.
Teachers who will be training and assessing the VET program, must be approved and registered by AIET prior to the commencement of the program.
We support schools – working with us is a true partnership
The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) is the national regulator for the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.
ASQA regulates Registered Training Organisation’s (RTO’s) to ensure quality standards are met in accordance with the AQF guidelines for all accredited qualifications, courses and units of competencies.
Australian Institute of Education and Training as an RTO delivers accredited qualifications and units of competency in partnership with schools and other educational institutions.
At all times AIET ensures its training is of a very high quality and is delivered by qualified experienced industry trainers and assessor’s by following the guidelines and requirements set out by ASQA in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015.
AIET ensures that the training provided to students is current and relevant. This is achieved through disciplined industry consultations including the periodic review of training and assessment strategies and assessment tools ensuring that they accurately reflect the needs of industry and the expectation of employers.
Outcomes of our industry engagement inform training and assessments, skills and competency requirements of trainers and assessment practices. Training and Assessment Strategies will be updated as evidence of such industry consultations and where possible, endorsed by industry practitioners who are relevant to the particular training package.