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Interested in hospitality, tourism or cookery? Start your career while still at school. If you are a year 10-12 student, Youth Learning offers a range of flexible programs. William Angliss Institute partners with Victorian schools and community groups to offer you a greater choice in the way you learn.


VET Delivered to Secondary Students (VDSS) programs are a great way to get a head start in your chosen career. Qualifications that will help you to stay ahead of the curve, and be relevant in a future workforce.

The benefits of enrolling in a VDSS program:

  • Gaining industry experience and employability skills
  • Gaining a nationally recognised qualification
  • Creating a pathway to further study (certificate, diploma qualifications) at TAFE

Programs are offered over one or two years, and contribute to your overall Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or VCE Vocation Major (VM). VDSS students are required to attend campus one day per week at our Melbourne CBD campus.

If you are interested in enrolling into one of our VDSS programs please speak to your school.


In VETDSS for Schools, an arrangement between a Secondary School and William Angliss Institute can be made, where the Secondary School delivers the VETDSS program entirely. William Angliss Institute has the responsibility to provide resources including learner guides and all assessments, provide learning management system access, ongoing support and issuing of the awards.

Requirements of the auspice arrangements include, but not limited to, VETDSS Auspice delivery teacher(s) require current industry experience in the VETDSS program in which they teach, qualification in the industry, same level or higher and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116).

If you like to know more about Angliss VETDSS Auspicing Arrangements Contact – Tracey Zammit, VETDSS Coordinator via or 03 9606 2526.