Anyone currently enrolled in recognised secondary education in Victoria!
Congress 2021 will take place on Friday 10 September 2021 at Angliss Conference Centre in Melbourne. You can do the Congress Survey online from Monday 12 July.
We can only host a limited number of students at Congress, so we cap each school to 3 students to make sure students from all schools across Victoria get the chance to participate. Make sure you've spoken with your student representative group to see if students from your school are already going!
Nope! Everyone has a voice, and everyone should be heard. If you are a Victorian secondary student, you can participate.
Nope! Schools can register their students, but you can also register as an individual student yourself. Please note only 3 students from each school can participate, so make sure you talk to someone at school to see if anyone else from your school might be going.
Early bird tickets are available to current VicSRC Partner Schools and Student Community members (you will receive an access code via email) for $60 plus GST per student from Monday 12 July.
General sale tickets cost $80 plus GST per student and are available from Monday 26 July.
All regional and rural schools have access to the early bird price of $60 plus GST per student and a free student voice, agency and partnerships (leadership) professional learning session ticket for an accompanying teacher from Monday 26 July.
Secondary students from across Victoria, the VicSRC Student Executive Advisory Committee running the show, and VicSRC staff and volunteers supporting.
Can’t make it to Congress? Join our free VicSRC Student Community to stay up to date on news and opportunities.
VicSRC will be adhering to all public health advice. You can read the venue's COVID Safe Plan here.
If we have notice that we will be in a lockdown for Congress 2021, we will move the event online, primarily using Zoom to run the event. We will run the online version of the event with shorter sessions over two days to minimize extended screen time (so keep Saturday 11 September free!). If you do not wish to attend online, you will be able to refund your ticket.
If there is a snap lockdown with little notice, we will postpone the event to run at a later date either online or in person, dependent on restrictions. Again, everyone will be eligible for a full refund if this occurs.
If we are unable to run Congress with the full venue capacity, we will either postpone the event to a later date or move the event online, depending on the circumstances and timeline for restrictions easing. Everyone will be eligible for a full refund if they are no longer able or want to attend.