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Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority – (SCSA)


SCRAM is a Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) endorsed program and was first endorsed by the Curriculum Council in 2006 for year 10 students.


SCRAM has been re-endorsed by the SCSA through to December 2019 as a Personal Development Program.


WACE recognition

Achievement of endorsed programs can contribute to the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) requirements and will be reported on the student’s assessment Western Australian Statement of Student Achievement (WASSA)


Flexible delivery

Endorsed programs can be delivered in or out of school’s hours or by private providers such as community organisations, training institutions, universities or workplaces.


Evidence of learning

Some programs provide a statement of attainment, qualification, academic transcript, certificate or award as evidence of learning. Other programs require the student to create a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate what the student has learnt.


Evidence of learning in Provider-developed endorsed programs.

On successful completion of a Provider-­‐developed endorsed program such as the SCRAM Program, the student s are required to provide a copy of the award, certificate, academic transcript or examination report to the school as evidence of learning. For quality assurance purposes the school must retain a copy of the evidence of all endorsed programs reported to the Authority.


Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE)

To receive accreditation towards their WACE certificate students must submit to their school a portfolio that includes:

Documentation of

-  SCRAM Adjudication Feedback (written)

-  SCRAM Score Sheet

-  - And show evidence they have completed the Program A visual and / or written diary

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