How can Learn Local providers help you?

Learn Local providers can help you get the skills you need for study, work and life. They offer a range of training programs that can help you return to study, improve your digital, reading, writing and maths skills, get a job, change careers or learn something new.

With over 250 Learn Local providers across Victoria, you can access training in your community, close to where you live or work. Discover more

What you can learn

We have courses and programs for people of all ages and all walks of life. A Learn Local provider 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

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Sense of confidence

Cliff joined Ballarat Neighbourhood Centre in 2018. He was introduced to the Centre through his wife who worked as the Centre’s kitchen assistant.

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Paying off big time

Taking the Noweyung Kick Start Your Career in Health course was a big step for Bryanna Paynter-Harvie, but the effort paid off big time.

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A leader in the making

After completing hospitality and retail studies at Learn Local provider Community College Gippsland, Colleen is now happily employed and flourishing.

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

Learn Local Awards 2021

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The Victorian Learn Local Awards are held annually by the Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board and celebrate the success of individuals, programs and training providers across Victoria. This year the Awards celebrates its 15th anniversary. Since 2006, the Awards have represented the Learn Local spirit and been a highlight on the sector’s calendar…. Read more »

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