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    Trade Training Centres in Schools Program (incorporating Trades Skills Centres)

    The Trade Training Centres in Schools Program, which includes Trades Skills Centres and Trade Training Centres, encourages secondary students from year 9 to 12 to access vocational education and training. This program provides enhanced student pathways into vocational careers through stronger partnerships with industry and employers forged through governance arrangements. The link below provides more information about the Trade Training Centres in Schools Program;

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    Recurrent funding for Schools

    From 1 January 2014 recurrent funding for both government and non-government schools will be made under the Australian Education Act 2013. The Act sets out funding arrangements, including recurrent funding, capital funding and special circumstances funding for non-government schools.

    Find out more about recurrent funding .

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    Capital Grants Programme (CGP) for Non-government Schools

    This program provides funding to assist non-government primary and secondary school communities to improve capital infrastructure where they otherwise may not have access to sufficient capital resources. Non-government schools wishing to apply for CGP grants should join the relevant Block Grant Authority (BGA) in their state or territory. BGAs are incorporated bodies approved by the Minister to administer the CGP on behalf of non-government schools.

    Further information regarding CGP and the BGAs contact details can be obtained from Capital Grants Programme site.

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Announcements

23-02-2017 2017 Student Address Collection opens 1 March 2017

You will need to lodge student addresses into the SES website. After logging into SEP, click on the SES link in the ‘Data Collections’ panel. If you don’t see the SES link, request access in the ‘My Account’ panel. Then select the ‘Data reporting’ role for access to the SES website.

 

Resources to help you to complete the collection can be found at the SES help site: https://ssphelp.education.gov.au/socioeconomic-status


22-02-2017 Access to School Entry Point

We are currently experiencing a high volume of access requests and are progressing them as a priority. We thank you for your patience.

6-02-2017 Access to School Service Point Applications

Access to Schools Service Point (SSP) applications has changed. From Thursday 2 February 2017, all data collections—FQ, CC, COI, STATS, SES, and NCCD-SWD—will be accessed through School Entry Point (SEP).

 

All users wishing to access the data collections will require an SEP user account.

 

If you experience any difficulties or require further clarification, please contact Schools IT Support via email or by calling 1800 677 027 (Option 1).

 

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