VET Funding Contracts are contracts between the Department of Education and Training and training providers, including individual TAFE institutes, for the delivery of government subsidised training.
The VET Funding Contract and related guidelines set out the requirements that training providers must abide by to maintain compliance as contracted providers in receipt of government subsidy. The contract and guidelines set standards of behaviour, as well as prescribing minimum requirements with regard to provider practice in the delivery of training services.
You can access current VET Funding Contracts, related guidelines and previous service agreements from this website; however, these documents may be varied by the Department from time to time. Contracted training providers should always refer to any contract notifications on the Skills Victoria Training System (SVTS) to ensure they are referring to the most up-to-date version of the contract.
Training Providers can apply through Calls for Expressions of Interest to be contracted to deliver government subsidised training in nationally recognised qualifications. For information on this application process, see the page: Applying for a VET Funding Contract
See: Skills Victoria Training System
These VET funding contracts apply to students commencing training from 1 January 2016:
Guidelines about Fees
The Guidelines about Fees describe requirements regarding tuition fees and other fees associated with Government subsidised training and set out the financial and accountability requirements of training providers with regard to fees. The guidelines apply to all enrolments in Victorian government subsidised training.
Guidelines about Apprenticeship/Traineeship Training Delivery
The Guidelines about Apprenticeship/Traineeship Training Delivery describe additional requirements for training delivery to apprentices and trainees.