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NT Certificate of Education
The Northern Territory Certificate of Education (NTCE) is awarded to students who successfully complete their senior secondary education. Students usually complete their NTCE over 2 years, but may take longer. Northern Territory students in Year 11 and Year 12 undertake the NTCE.
The 2010 Northern Territory Certificate of Education results were released on Thursday 16 December 2010. Students can access their individual results from the SACE Board of South Australia website.
A Results and Enquiries Service will offer a free-call telephone helpline on 1800 009 282. NTCE staff will take calls and assist students and parents to interpret results and offer career and tertiary advice. The service will operate from 8am until 4pm weekdays until 31 December.
The NTCE was reviewed, and resulted in changes to the way senior secondary education is structured in the Nothern Territory. The NTCET has been phased in from 2009 with the Personal Learning Plan beginning undertaken by Year 10 students, to 2011. No student will be disadvantaged as a result of this change. The NTCET will be designed to support the diverse needs to students across the Territory, and to recognise many different forms of learning that our young people are undertaking.
The NTCE is based upon the South Australian Certification of Education (SACE) which is administered by the SACE Board of South Australia.
You may also contact the Certification Officer at the Department of Education and Training on (08) 8999 4385 or (08) 8999 3773.