How can Learn Local help you?

Learn Local organisations across Victoria offer a range of education and training programs designed to meet your learning needs. There’s a government registered Learn Local in your community that can help you return to study, improve your reading, writing and maths skills, gain a qualification, get a job or learn something new. Discover more

What you can learn

We have courses and programs for people of all ages and all walks of life. A Learn Local in your community could help you:

  • land your first job
  • finish school
  • get back to work after long-term unemployment
  • change your career
  • get into further training or university
  • develop social skills and increase confidence.
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Learner stories

Young woman sitting on park bench

Learning to be yourself

Samantha wants everyone to know that having a disability doesn't need to hold you back from further study or finding a job.

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From the factory floor

Maxine worked in a factory for 30 years. This work was a bit repetitive and less about interacting and communicating with people

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Finding the right help

Yuki has been in Australia for ten years but she has never found the right support to help her improve her English language skills.

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Find out more about the Learn Local providers in your community.

Learning in Casey

During Adult Learners’ Week 2018, the Casey Cluster of Neighbourhood Houses is working together with the Department of Education, Chisholm Institute and the City of Casey to promote life-long learning in Casey. From the 1-8th of September, they will work together to host a series activities at shopping centres, libraries and Neighbourhood Houses. Neighbourhood House… Read more »

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