Credentialling HSC VET Board Endorsed Courses
Last Updated: 20 March 2014
The HSC Record of Achievement is awarded to students who complete the requirements for the Higher School Certificate.
VET Board Endorsed Courses studied at school are reported on the HSC Record of Achievement without a mark and with the annotation 'Refer to Vocational documentation'.
VET Board Endorsed Courses delivered by TAFE will be reported on the HSC Record of Achievement without a mark and with the annotation Refer to TAFE Transcript. The HSC Record of Achievement will report only the primary descriptor of the TAFE-delivered course title. Students receive additional documentation from TAFE that provides more detailed information regarding the TAFE courses studied and results obtained.
Students who have satisfactorily completed an HSC Board Endorsed VET course and are leaving school without completing the Higher School Certificate will have that course credentialled on the Record of School Achievement (RoSA) or the Transcript of Study (for students ineligible for the RoSA). Students will also receive the appropriate AQF qualification (see ACE 8032 Credentialling HSC VET courses ).