The CECV has established a number of committees to oversee its operations, provide regular reporting and policy advice.
The CECV supports Catholic schools in compliance with all requirements under relevant laws for their ongoing registration as schools in Victoria, including review and monitoring.
The CECV is committed to a best practice approach to the Victorian legislative reforms related to the protection of children. We have established a Child Safety Working Party to further support the development of policies and practices that enable Victorian Catholic schools to take a proactive role in the care, wellbeing and protection of children and young people.
Catholic schools in Victoria have programs and provide services to students and their families in the areas of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student education, Anaphylaxis management, an Intervention Framework, New Arrivals program – English as an additional language, gifted students, referral services, specialised therapy and students with disability support.
The CECV coordinates enterprise bargaining processes and provides industrial relations services to Catholic education providers across Victoria.