ResourcesThe following is a list of all the resources that are associated with VET Student Loans.
As part of the student entry procedure, all students must either
provide an Australian Senior Secondary Certificate of Education (year 12 certificate), or
How to apply to become a VSL provider.
The VET Student Loans manual for providers is a source of information for current and prospective providers.
Information for students applying for VET Student Loans
This document is a guide for providers to how indexation will be applied to VET Student Loans course and loan caps.
Fact sheet on the VET Student Loans Application Fee and Annual Charge.
An approved provider (other than a TAFE, university or government owned entity) must give the Secretary general purpose financial statements for each financial year of its approval period, within 3 monhths after the end of the financial year.
This guide provides information for eligible providers who wish to apply to add courses to Schedule 3 of the VET Student Loans (Courses and Caps) Determination 2016.
This document is a guide for students to how indexation will be applied to VET Student Loans course and loan caps.
2020 Course Caps for units with census dates after 1 January
This guide is intended to help VET providers understand when and how to report RPL under TCSI.
This fact sheet provides information about student engagement and progression requirements under the VET Student Loans Program.
Data Provision and Statutory Declarations For 2020 Monthly Census Dates
VET Student Loans Courses and Loan Caps
This quick guide provides information on the student eligibility requirements for VET Student Loans.
This quick guide provides information on the census day and fee period requirements for VET Student Loans.
This quick guide helps providers to understand what information they must provide to students.
This quick guide provides information on the application process for VET Student Loans.
This quick guide provides information on marketing requirements related to the VET Student Loans program.
This quick guide explains some of the processes and procedures that providers must have in place.
This quick guide provides information on student engagement and progression requirements for VET Student Loans.