Community-developed programs

Please note: Recognition is not granted against the Personal Learning Plan (at Stage 1), the literacy or numeracy requirements, the Research Project (at Stage 2), or the requirement for 60 credits at C grade or better at Stage 2.

Many community organisations develop and accredit their own programs, and many of these are eligible for recognition towards the SACE. Examples include the Australian Music Examinations Board, The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award, and the SA Country Fire Service.

Students who have received an award or certificate from one of the organisations detailed in the Recognised Community-developed Programs table (linked below) may be eligible for SACE credits.

Students can apply for recognition of a Community-developed program by completing the application form and submitting the form to their school's SACE Coordinator.

Community organisations are invited to contact the SACE Board if they wish their community award/certificate to be considered for recognition towards the SACE, or if they wish to clarify any aspect of the recognition process.

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