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The NTCET Pattern. NT Certificate of Education and Training (NTCET). Completing the NTCET. Completing the NTCET. NTCET Pattern. A total of 200 credits must be achieved to receive the NTCET Each Semester length subject is worth 10 credits

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The ntcet pattern

The NTCET Pattern

NT Certificate of Education and Training (NTCET)


Completing the ntcet

Completing the NTCET

Completing the NTCET


Ntcet pattern

NTCET Pattern

  • A total of 200 credits must be achieved to receive the NTCET

  • Each Semester length subject is worth 10 credits

  • A total of 140 credits must receive a ‘C’ grade or better across Stage 1 and 2

    • All of the subjects in the COMPULSORY sections of Stage 1 must achieve a ‘C’ grade or better to meet these requirements (PLP, Literacy, Numeracy)

    • A further 60 credits must achieve a ‘C’ grade or better at Stage 2

    • A further 40 credits of ‘Free Choice’ must achieve a ‘C’ grade over Stage 1 and 2


Course recognition

Course Recognition

  • Other courses can be recognised in the NTCET

    • e.g. VET qualifications, Community Learning

  • VET units can be used in the ‘Free Choice’ subject areas

  • Competencies from a MAXIMUM of two Certificate I qualifications can be used towards the NTCET

  • A nominal 70 hours of VET will earn 10 credits


  • Satac entry

    SATAC entry

    • To be eligible for an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR)

      • 90 credits must be completed at Stage 2

      • of which 60 must be from Tertiary Admission Subjects (TAS)

    • All but Stage 2 Community Studies, one version of the Stage 2 Research based subject and modified subjects are TAS (Tertiary Admission Subjects) subjects

    • For university entrance, students require

      • NTCET

      • At least 90 credits of study in TAS and Recognised Studies at Stage 2


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