Schools

While helping to fulfil your school’s requirements to deliver the VCE Vocational Major, Project Ready gives your students a VET qualification and TWO credits towards VCE while building their self-worth, sense of belonging, work skills and personal effectiveness.

With students receiving up to two units at levels 1 and 2 towards their VCE, a VET qualification in the community services strand and a suite of invaluable career development skills, Project Ready is an excellent VET option for year 10 – 12 students.

The eight units of competency (187 nominal hours) undertaken in this course will set your students up for success.

Project Ready is the perfect VET option to meet the requirements of the VCE Vocational Major.

Operational & Funding Models

There are two ways Project Ready can be delivered in your school:

  • The program is delivered on or off school grounds by the school’s TAE qualified teacher, accredited in Project Ready. 
  • Volunteer adult mentors are sourced by the LLEN to support the program
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  • A facilitator’s manual (with a complete set of curriculum for every unit of competency), student workbooks and ongoing professional developmental provided by Project Ready.
  • All program costs are paid for by the school.
  • Government schools receive approximately $800 per enrolled student in VET band funding. Catholic schools receive approximately $450 per enrolled student in VET band funding.
  • Agreements with Project Ready (CRLLEN) and AAG must be signed by 31 October for delivery the following year.
  • Talk to your local LLEN about support for the organisation of SWL, guest speakers and the community project. 

For more information and costings, download the 2023 Project Ready schools flyer.

  • The program is delivered off school grounds by an accredited Project Ready facilitator with TAE qualifications, employed by your LLEN.
  • Volunteer adult mentors and TAFE/university placement students are sourced by your LLEN to support the program. 
  • All program costs, including excursions,  are paid for by the LLEN.
  • Government schools receive approximately $800 per enrolled student in VET band funding. Catholic schools receive approximately $450 per enrolled student in VET band funding.
  • Agreements with Project Ready (CRLLEN) and AAG must be signed by 31 October for delivery the following year.
  • Inclusive education groups attract slightly higher fees.
  • Fee paid to your LLEN: contact the Project Ready Team to discuss your options

For more information and costings, download the 2023 Project Ready schools flyer.

PROJECT READY WORKS

In 2019, CRLLEN engaged LaTrobe University to independently evaluate Project Ready against its objectives. The research confirmed that the program is effective in achieving its aims.

Read the Project Ready Evaluation Report 

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Want to Know More?

If you would like to find out more about the program, please contact the Project Ready team.