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VET in Schools

Vocational Education and Training (VET) enables students to receive workplace skills and knowledge through nationally-recognised qualifications from industry-developed training packages or accredited courses. VET in Schools programs allow students to mix general and vocational education, working towards achieving competencies as part of a full or partial VET course as they complete their secondary school studies.

The delivery of VET courses must be done in partnership with an RTO (Registered Training Organisation), and whilst many schools also hold registration as a RTO, most VET in Schools programs are undertaken in partnership with another provider as part of a third-party arrangement.

Since 2003 AIET has been designing partnerships specifically for secondary schools, combining all the necessary components of an RTO Auspice Agreement with the provision of an extensive library of fully compliant assessment tools, as well as media-rich delivery resources and ongoing support throughout each year.

Our approach is defined by our commitment to support, and to continuously improving our teaching and learning resources to always ensure they remain relevant to current industry trends and technology. Plus, with dynamic integrated platforms, step-by-step compliance systems and each partner school assigned their own School Partnership Consultant (SPC), we’ve taken the hard work out of managing and delivering your VET program(s).

Whether your school has delivered a VET program before or not, we can assist you in tailoring a unique, engaging and industry-relevant program for your students that will result in nationally recognised outcomes and lay the foundation for their successful pathway into the workplace.

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Teachers and Students

Here’s what to expect, when your school partners with AIET

  • Fully audited and compliant Assessment Tools

  • Students and teachers have access to our Learning Management System with learning and assessment resources for 500+ Units of Competency

  • Teachers and VET Coordinators have access to our 'Partner Site' with all the info you need to fulfil all the admin requirements of a VET program

  • Structured online compliance and support meetings

  • Access to VET Moderation & Validation PD Workshops and the chance to connect and collaborate with AIET’s national network of schools

  • Your own School Partnership Consultant (SPC) contact, for ongoing advice and planning support throughout the year

  • Plus, the security of partnering with a ReadCloudVET RTO


VET at Your School

If you’re looking to partner with AIET to deliver VET, here’s what you’ll need

  • An approved Certificate IV in Training and Assessment credential

  • Vocational competencies at least to the level being delivered & assessed. AIET does not require teachers to hold the qualification they deliver

  • Current industry skills relevant to the training and assessment being provided in the program

  • Current knowledge and skills in vocational training and learning that informs training and assessment

  • Access to the physical resources & equipment required for each unit


AIET is proud to offer a preferred provider of the TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment in Ripponlea Institute. Ripponlea specialises in working with secondary schools, contextualises their delivery model and materials to teachers, and has an excellent reputation for engaging teachers and providing ongoing support.

AIET VET at Your School

Frequently Asked Questions

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Looking for a TAE qualification to deliver VET?

We partner with ReadCloud RTO, Ripponlea Institute (RTO 21230) for the delivery of the TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, as well as update units and upgrades to the TAE40116, designed for secondary school teachers.

What are VET in Schools partnerships?

Partnerships in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector involve a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) entering into a partnership (or third party) arrangement with a secondary school. This is done in order to have the training and assessment that is delivered by the school recognised, so a national/state qualification can be issued by the RTO.

2025 AIET Course Guide Now Available

Click below to view the current VET Delivered to Secondary Students Course Guide

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