Creative Minds Art classes

Creative Minds Art is a 10 week arts program for people with disabilities. The program is designed to: develop skills in the creative arts build self-esteem improve confidence. The Avenue Neighbourhood House offers the Learn Local course Creative Minds Art in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Enrolments are open now for Term 3. Cost: $170… Read more »

Introduction to aged care for domestic staff

Have you thought about a career in aged care? If so, Coonara Community House are offering a course will provide the skills and knowledge to gain employment as a domestic in an aged care residential setting or for in-home care for the elderly or those with a disability. There are three sessions. Wednesday 15th June… Read more »

Getting work ready

Do you need some help to get ready for work? Through this free Learn Local course at Gippland Employment Skills Training, you will learn how to develop an action plan that will help you get ready for the workforce. You will also learn how to develop short and long-term career goals, and then put strategies… Read more »

Skills to work in administration

Are you interested in a career in reception and administration? This short course at Community Learning Centre in Rowville will teach important skills for working in an office environment including: reception and telephone techniques understanding business information, introduction to software used in the office occupational health and safety how to get a job in this… Read more »

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

Do you want to work with children in childcare and kindergarten? The Centre for Participation in Horsham Victoria is running an introductory course in early childhood education and care. In this course, you will learn about: the industry creating a safe environment for children duty of care mandatory reports – plus much more. To register… Read more »

2021 Learn Local award winners

The 2021 Learn Local Awards were held at an in-person gala on Friday December 10 in East Melbourne. Hosted by Georgie Coughlan at a COVID-Safe event at Pullman on the Park, it was a brilliant opportunity to celebrate the resilience of the adult education sector and the 15th anniversary of the Learn Local Awards. Visit… Read more »

Learn Local Awards finalists announced

We’re delighted to announce the 2021 Learn Local Awards finalists! Thanks to everyone who nominated and congratulations to all of our finalists – a terrific achievement. Read about them here: www.vic.gov.au/2021-learn-local-awards-finalists

Learn Local Awards 2021

Nominations have now closed 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… Read more »

Looking for work?

The Steps to Employment program offered at Brunswick Neighbourhood House will help to get you ready so that your job hunting is as effective as possible. This short course is offered on Tuesdays (6.30 pm–9.30 pm) and Fridays (9:00 am–12:00 pm). You will learn how to write the best CV and cover letter. You will… Read more »

Beginner digital classes

Red Cliffs Community Resource Centre are offering beginner digital classes where you will learn how to: use different online platforms use different digital devices apply for a job online communication apps. People with strong digital skills are in demand in the workforce right now. Find out more: https://www.facebook.com/redcliffsresource/

Training for retail

Do you love interacting with and helping people? There are a lot of retail jobs that involve working with people. This may involve providing information to people or solving problems for them. If so, a job in the retail sector might be perfect for you. Training For Retail at Healesville Living & Learning Centre provides… Read more »

2020 Learn Local Award winners

The 2020 Victorian Learn Local Awards recognise the inspirational efforts of learners, practitioners and training providers in the Learn Local sector. They are held annually by the Adult, Community and Further Education Board. The Learn Local sector plays a major role in the development of local individuals, businesses and communities throughout Victoria. It delivers the… Read more »

Celebrate the best of the Learn Local sector

2020 Learn Local Awards Virtual Gala Series This year, instead of a physical gala or a live online event, the 2020 Learn Local Awards are going to be announced through a Virtual Gala Series. Hosted by MC Sara James, the pre-recorded video series will feature interviews with the finalists, and you will find out the… Read more »

Learn Local Awards 2020

The inspirational efforts of Victoria’s adult community education learners, practitioners, volunteers and providers have been recognised in this year’s Learn Local Awards. Minister for Training and Skills and Higher Education Gayle Tierney announced the 20 Victorian finalists in the awards, which honour the Learn Local sector and highlight the success of learners and the training… Read more »

Carpentry taster course is a big hit!

Preston Reservoir Adult Community Education (PRACE) have landed themselves a finalist nomination for the 2020 Victorian Learn Local Pre-accredited Pathway Program Award! In May of last year, PRACE unveiled a new work shed to be the home for its new carpentry trade taster course, encouraging people to enrol and build some new skills. The program… Read more »

Nuts and bolts of bookkeeping

Looking to start a business or level up your career skills? Diamond Valley Learning Centre’s (DVLC) Nuts and Bolts of Bookkeeping course starts Tuesday, October 20, giving you the chance to get a firm foundation in the fundamentals of bookkeeping practices. This course will cover topics such as: accounts payable and receivable basic payroll superannuation… Read more »

A career in aged care

If you are interested in aged care or would like to update your skills, then this free pre-accredited program may be right for you. This 20 hour online program covers: ACWA code of ethics and practice guidelines teamwork skills group work and class presentations My Aged Care (MAC) aged care services home care packages aged… Read more »

Enjoy the outdoors?

Have you ever thought you’d like to work outdoors? Well Doveton Neighbourhood Learning Centre is offering you the chance to find out what it’s all about. Doveton Neighbourhood Learning Centre’s Introduction to Lawn & Garden Care is a four week program that covers: mowers, lawn mowing and edging flower bed maintenance hedging and hedgers use… Read more »

Online course in medical reception

Looking for a career change? Rowville Neighbourhood Learning Centre is offering an online introduction to medical reception. This program provides an overview of the skills and knowledge required for working in a medical setting. You will learn: basic terminology administrative practice and procedures medical reception duties. This is an online learning program. For more details,… Read more »

Get job ready

If you’re looking to re-enter the workforce during these difficult Covid19 times, then Waverley Community Learning Centre’s 8 week Job Ready program starting 29 July could be for you. Waverley Community Learning Centre’s Job Ready program covers how to: create a savvy stand out resume hone your interview skills develop your networking abilities to set… Read more »

Office administration in a digital world

Do you have a role in office administration and are looking to update your computer skills? Or maybe you are wanting to learn about Google’s web-based software? Then this online course offered by the Rowville Learning Centre is for you! Rowville Neighbourhood Learning Centre runs a variety of adult learning programs that encourages participation, sharing,… Read more »

Get work in the health sector

Want to find out what it is like to work in the Health Industry? Heyfield Community Resource Centre are running an 8-week short course; Kick Start Your Career in the Health Industry in conjunction with Central Gippsland Health Services. Gain valuable job-ready skills and spend time at the Sale Hospital on a hands-on, practical placement…. Read more »

Careers in carpentry

Preston Reservoir Adult Community Education (PRACE) located in the Northern Metropolitan Region of Melbourne, is currently offering carpentry taster courses that provide a pathway into the Certificate II in Building and Construction Pre-apprenticeship or the Certificate III in Carpentry. This innovative carpentry course offers an introduction to: carpentry basics, including tools and measurements worksite and… Read more »

Get digital in 2020

There is no time like the presence to improve your digital skills. It’s a great way to get that new job or just improve your confidence and skill level. The Centre’s Information, Digital Media and Technology course kicks off in February. This course focusses on building practical skills in: Understanding the Cloud Navigating the Internet… Read more »

Happy holidays

During the summer holidays, pop into your local neighbourhood house or community centres. Many offer Learn Local programs as well as a wide array of other education programs. Find out what’s available at a Learn Local provider in your community.

The great outdoors

Love the great outdoors? Well check out this program at Advance Community College in Mornington. It is ideal for people who are interested in landscaping, conservation and land management and gardening. If you are considering a career in agriculture or horticulture or would like an introduction to working in the industry this might be for… Read more »

VCAL 2020 information sessions

The Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) is an alternative option to VCE for students to complete Years 10, 11 and 12. Djerriwarrh VCAL is open to young people aged between 15 to 19 years. In 2019, Djerriwarrh is offering the following VCAL levels – Foundation (Year 10), Intermediate (Year 11) and Senior (Year 12)… Read more »

Introduction to office admin

Wingate Avenue Community Centre is offering a course in office administration that will help you to get the skills you need for a career in an office. This program will give you the confidence you need to work successfully in a modern office environment as well as improve your skills in: office communication organising and… Read more »

Prepare for work

Are you looking to gain the confidence and competency you need to get work in Australia? Mackie Rd Neighbourhood House offers a Learn Local program that can help. Each Monday and Thursday morning from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, they offer a Prepare for Work course that supports people to: prepare a resume practice writing… Read more »

And the winner is … Cire Services

Vocational education and training students, teachers and the businesses who train them have been honoured for their outstanding achievements at the 65th Victorian Training Awards, with six women taking out top honours. Minister for Training and Skills and Higher Education Gayle Tierney congratulated the 14 winners at the prestigious annual event, dedicated to the state’s… Read more »

And the 2019 winners are …

Learn Local Awards 2019 Congratulation to the following: The Ro Allen Award- Recognising Pre-accredited Learner Excellence Chithrika Senanayake – Wellsprings for Women Victorian Learn Local Young Pre-accredited  Learner Award Rory Madden – Kew Neighbourhood Learning Centre Inc Victorian Learn Local Practitioner Award Josie Rose – Noweyung Ltd Victorian Learn Local Volunteer Team Award Women Connect… Read more »

Tickets on sale for the 2019 Learn Local Awards

Show your support to the Learn Local community by attending the Victorian Learn Local Awards on Friday 23 August 2019 at Mural Hall, Myer Melbourne. The Learn Local Awards are held annually by the Adult, Community and Further Education Board and celebrate the success of individuals, programs and training providers across Victoria. The Learn Local… Read more »

Every day Auslan

Did you know that almost 20,000 Australians use Auslan every day to communicate? Auslan is a uniquely Australian sign language that has been developed for people who are deaf or hearing impaired. This visual language uses hand, arm and body movements to convey meaning. Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House is offering Auslan classes tutored by Jacqueline… Read more »

Empowering women

‘Yes, I Can’ is the motto for an innovative course run at Paynesville Neighbourhood Centre. The Empowering Women program’s is designed to build happy, strong and confident women. Participants in the program develop knowledge and skills in a wide variety of areas by: exploring the art of self-expression building new strengths and talents practising assertiveness… Read more »

Discovering an online world

If you find the web world of apps, online platforms and cyber safety confusing, then this is the course for you. Newport Community Education Centre is offering a 5 week beginner’s course designed to improve people’s digital skills. You will learn how to: access myGov, Centrelink and medicare stay safe online use Android and Apple… Read more »

Learn how to sign

Auslan is an Australian sign language. Auslan was developed by, and for, Australians who are deaf or hearing impaired. It’s a visual form of communication that uses hand, arm and body movements to convey meaning. Auslan is a combination of hand shapes, movements and facial expressions that can be used to deliver messages. These can… Read more »

Latest Learn Local course guides

The 2019 Learn Local Course Guides below showcase the vast range of Learn Local pre-accredited courses on offer in various regions across Victoria. Victorian regions South East Victoria Inner South Outer South East Bayside Peninsula Gippsland North East Victoria Inner North East Outer North East Hume South West Victoria Inner South West Outer South West… Read more »

Joining forces for people with a disability

New Western Learning Network empowers people of all abilities Four community education organisations in Western Melbourne have launched a new network to raise awareness of their education programs amongst people with a disability, their families, disability support groups and organisations. The members of the new Western Learning Network are Laverton Community Education Centre, Williamstown Community… Read more »

Try a trade!

Have you ever thought you’d like to become a tradie? Trade skills are in high demand and many tradespeople end up running their own businesses. However, many people are unaware of just how rewarding a career as a skilled tradesperson can be. So Learn Local provider Cire Training has partnered with Swinburne University of Technology… Read more »

A unique opportunity

Australian Multicultural Community Services (AMCS) offers a unique opportunity for people interested in a career in aged care or disability support. AMCS’s mentoring program, includes a comprehensive introduction into both sectors including sessions on: job opportunities in the home and disability support industry My Aged Care eligibility undertaking assessments aged care services, home care packages,… Read more »

New year means new possibilities

Think you might like to return to study in 2019? Here are some reasons to get motivated! Boost your job prospects Learning something new can help you improve your career prospects. Choosing a Learn Local course that is linked to the career you want shows that you can use initiative, are willing to learn and… Read more »

Website building and maintenance

Are you thinking about building a brand new website or do you need to update your current website? Or maybe you just want to improve your basic web skills for a job role. If so, check out this beginner WordPress course at Alamein Neighbourhood and Learning Centre. The course covers: installation themes dashboard pages widgets… Read more »

Gippsland digital

Kick start your career in digital marketing! Noweyung are running a pre-accredited digital marketing course in Gippsland. This course includes an overview of digital marketing and the tools available to design and implement a digital marketing strategy. Through this course, you will explore the best options in developing and supporting an online business. You will… Read more »

Learn Local Award Winners 2018

Winners for the 2018 Awards The Minister for Training and Skills, the Hon Gayle Tierney MP, announced the winners of the 2018 Victorian Learn Local Awards at a celebration of the Learn Local network on Thursday 30 August 2018. The awards recognise excellence in the Learn Local network across seven categories with winners sharing in… Read more »

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 »

Tiered Training & Transition

Tiered Training & Transition (TTT) is practical five-month course that helps students to make a successful transition into work or further studies at TAFE. TTT is offered at The Bridge Preston and is designed to build work-readiness skills through innovative classroom activities, group work and hands-on learning. The program features: ongoing support hands-on hospitality training… Read more »

Learn Local awards 2018

Calling for nominations Nominations for the 2018 Victorian Learn Local Awards are currently open. If you know of a program, organisation or individual that truly represents the Learn Local spirit, nominate them now. The awards are a great way to gain recognition for the hard work and achievements within the Learn Local education and training… Read more »

30 years of service

Yarrawonga Neighbourhood House (YNH) is celebrating its 30th birthday and what better time to celebrate than in Neighbourhood House Week, which runs from April 30 to May 4. Neighbourhood House Week is all about promoting the amazing work of neighbourhood houses in local communities. YNH is running all their programs and encouraging the community to… Read more »

English in a classroom

Studying English in a classroom is a great way to learn, but if you really want to improve your English skills you’ll need to do some practice outside of the classroom too. Here are some tips to help you on your way to improving your English skills.

Learning something new in 2018

Stawell Neighbourhood House offers some fantastic Learn Local classes that are designed to encourage people to learn something new in 2018. Stawell NH is currently offering some courses for people to encourage them to ‘get back on the bike’ so to speak. Stawell NH’s Learn Local classes include the aptly titled  Computers for the Terrified,… Read more »

Leadership training for women

Richmond Community Learning Centre is offering a new Learn Local course in 2018 that is designed to help women wanting to return to work or who are interested in developing personal and professional skills and/or exploring alternative pathways for employment or career change. This 5 week course helps women to identify and develop their leadership… Read more »

The Common Bean Cafe

In 2016, Banksia Gardens opened The Common Bean cafe inside the Dianella Community Health GP Superclinic in Broadmeadows. It has since become one of Banksia Gardens’ most important initiatives providing employment pathways for the City of Hume’s young people while improving the organisation’s financial sustainability. Every six months The Common Bean Cafe provides on-the-job training… Read more »

Jess shares her story

  Jessica McKenzie won the 2011 Learn Local Outstanding Learner award. Listen to her story.

Learn Local Award Winners 2017

A Hadfield man who turned his life around and reskilled after losing his job in the IT industry is among this year’s Learn Local Award winners – announced at a ceremony at Malvern Town Hall. Unemployed and in his late 50s, Christie Sinclair had almost given up hope of finding work again when he enrolled… Read more »

Help for Auto Supply Chain Workers

Learn Local providers offer a range of education and training programs that are designed to help learners gain the confidence and skills needed to look for a job or go on to further study. Learn Local providers are developing pre-accredited training programs specifically tailored to auto supply chain workers, through the Learn Local Automotive Supply… Read more »

Shining the spotlight

Nominations for the 2017 Victorian Learn Local Awards are now open – celebrating the contribution that more than 300 Learn Local organisations make to training across Victoria. Minister for Training and Skills Gayle Tierney launched this year’s instalment of the awards today, encouraging inspirational pre-accredited learners and outstanding practitioners from across Victoria to apply.

Building self worth

An innovative arts program run at Prahran Community Learning Centre (PCLC) was recently featured in the Age newspaper. PCLC’s arts training is designed to support disengaged at-risk youth, adult with learning difficulties and/or adults suffering from anxiety and mental illness. PCLC’s arts trainer, Tony Senese won the Learn Local Outstanding Practitioner award in 2014 for engaging,… Read more »

Working in health

Gippsland East Learn Local Alliance (GELLA) in partnership with Central Gippsland Health Service is running an eight week program designed to provide long-term unemployed people with entry level skills to work in the health sector. This program is a pre-accredited program. Pre-accredited programs are short courses designed for learners to gain confidence and skills. They… Read more »

Pathways for life

Cloverdale Community Centre is a Neighbourhood House and Learn Local provider located in Corio in the northern suburbs of Geelong. Cloverdale deliver education, social and cultural programs to the local community. They support a diverse range of community members, including those from different age and cultural groups and people with varying English proficiency and learning… Read more »

5 great questions to ask at your next job interview

Job interviews can be tricky to navigate. You might be nervous and unsure of what to expect, and it can be a stressful situation. You might think that you are there just for your prospective employer to ask you questions and find out more about you, but did you know that job interviews are also… Read more »

From homemaker to educator

The 2016 Premier’s Award for Victorian Senior of the Year has been awarded to Gwen Smith, president of Learn Local organisation Echuca Neighbourhood House, in acknowledgement of over 30 years’ work in adult community education. Gwen is tireless in her passion for community education, and is making the most of winning this Award to get… Read more »

And the winners are ….

A young Eltham man who has battled anxiety and turned his life around through training has been recognised at this year’s Learn Local Awards – receiving the prize for Pre-Accredited Learner Excellence. Matthew Agostinelli has studied at Diamond Valley Learning Centre in Greensborough for four years.  At first, it was hard for Matt to even… Read more »

Finalists announced for 2016 Learn Local Awards

Victorians who have made a significant impact on community education will be celebrated at this year’s Victorian Learn Local Awards. Minister for Training and Skills Steve Herbert today announced the finalists for the awards, which recognise the contribution to training made by Victoria’s more than 300 Learn Local providers offering pre-accredited and accredited training. Anita… Read more »

Learning through conversation

The Migrant Resource Centre (MRC) offers a five week literacy and numeracy program aimed at different community group in Melbourne’s north western region. The program has been running since October 2015 and has attracted students from a number of backgrounds including, Sudanese, Vietnamese, Turkish, Cypriot, Somalian, Thai, Pakistani … just to name a few. ‘Originally,… Read more »

Nominations for 2016 Learn Local Awards now open

Nominations for the 2016 Victorian Learn Local Awards will open week commencing 11 April and will close on Friday 3 June. The Awards are proudly brought to you by the Adult, Community and Further Education Board and are one of the ways the Board recognises and rewards the outstanding achievements of organisations, programs and individuals… Read more »

Top 5 tips for writing your resume

If you’re applying for a job, you want to make sure that you give yourself the best possible chance of succeeding, and it all begins with your resume. Making sure that your resume presents you in the best possible light and earns you a face-to-face interview at the very least should be the goal. And… Read more »

7 easy ways to get back into learning

There are many ways to learn as an adult. Here are 7 of them: 1. Online tutorials YouTube has overtaken Google as the preferred way to learn new things, particularly among younger people. There’s a very good reason for that: it simply works. You can view online tutorials on a topic that you are interested… Read more »

Taking control of your budget

Colac Community Hub, in the Western District of Victoria, is running a flexible learning program designed for people who want to learn how to better manage their household budget. The Control Your Budget program allows people to learn at their own pace but with the support of a trainer. The Control Your Budget program runs… Read more »

Top 10 learning benefits for adult learners

Learning as an adult can change your life. Here are some of the reasons you should check out a Learn Local provider near you today. Learning throughout life equips you for change. Learning helps to increase your self esteem and confidence. Adult learning helps us to make better decisions. Learning as an adult can give… Read more »

And the winners are …

2015 Learn Local Award winners This year’s winners were: Outstanding Pre-accredited Learner – Karen Hokai, East End Community House Karen Hokai is in her second year of the Spadework program at East End Community House. As a result of her work, the centre is doubling the size of its community garden. Karen is also the motivating… Read more »

Learn Local Awards

2015 Award Finalists We will profile here some of the awesome finalists in various categories of the 2015 Learn Local awards. Outstanding Practitioner Julie Giles “We are teaching more than sewing skills,” explains Julie Giles, whose Stitch sewing program is bringing opportunities to migrant and refugee women in Geelong. Julie, a former primary school teacher,… Read more »

Noweyung LeAp Services

Noweyung’s LeAp (Life, Expectations, Abilities and Possibilities) program provides training mostly to people with disabilities; however, they also provide adult education to others in the community. Noweyung has two bases in Bairnsdale and Orbost. Their core belief is that all people have equal value and that they all have the potential to learn. The service… Read more »

Learn Local Awards 2015 – team effort earns big rewards

Kyneton Community Learning Centre (KCLC) is a small Learn Local organisation in the Macedon Ranges. Like many Learn Local organisations, they offer a range of services to meet community needs. Also like many community education providers the centre is managed and run by a team of people who work part-time, casually or as volunteers –… Read more »

2015 nominations open for Learn Local awards

Nominations for the 2015 Learn Local Awards are now open. There are six award categories which celebrate the achievements and inspirational efforts of Learn Local practitioners, learners and organisations throughout Victoria. Each year over 100,000 learners participate in training through Learn Local organisations. If you, or someone you know, has undertaken training, why not submit… Read more »

Southern Grampians Adult Education

Southern Grampians Adult Education is a registered training organisation and a Learn Local provider situated in Hamilton, Western Victoria. Specialising in community based education, SGAE aims to engage students to participate in education and training to maximise their skills to meet employment opportunities and to promote personal development. SGAE is a Foundation Skills provider recognised… Read more »

$2.3 million Victorian Government grants program strengthens Learn Local

Nearly 60 projects around the state will share in $2.3 million in funding from the ACFE Board’s Partnerships for Access grant program. Announcing the funding on 29 January at Winchelsea Community House, Minister for Training and Skills, Steve Herbert said the funding would support Learn Local providers to work closer together to better share resources… Read more »

Shepparton Access

Shepparton Access is a small service in rural Victoria. Their mission is to create pathways into the community for people with disabilities. Shepparton Access offers a great range of flexible supports designed to assist people to achieve their own goals and aspirations. They are passionate about empowering people to make a difference to their lives…. Read more »

Kensington Neighbourhood House

Kensington Neighbourhood House was established in 1975 as a meeting place for the community and its various groups. Today they offer a range of adult education, art & hobby, social, children’s activities, childcare and health and wellbeing programs. Kensington is a culturally diverse community. Thirty eight per cent of its residents were born overseas and… Read more »

Photovoice

Photovoice is a wonderful exhibition of photographic works by Upper Yarra Community College VCAL students. The students were asked to focus on two key themes: what does family mean to them and community issues that affect them. Photovoice is a chance for the students to tell their story to the community. Exhibition dates 25 October… Read more »

Learn Local Award winner

Lisa Stimson – Outstanding pre-accredited learner: Lisa has come a long way since she began attending Women in Ag at LINK in 2010. Married to a farmer, but not coming from a farming background herself, Lisa found that most farming conversations went straight over her head. Women in Ag has given Lisa the opportunity to… Read more »

Finalists revealed for 2014 Victorian Learn Local Awards

The finalists for the 2014 Victorian Learn Local Awards have been revealed. From Forgotten Australians to youth teaching older people how to use a computer, there is a wide range of learners, practitioners and organisations across Victoria that are in the running to win a share of the $50,000 prize money (Finalists 2014). The Awards… Read more »

Intel® Learn Easy Steps

If you’ve never used a computer or are unsure about the online world, the idea can be daunting. But it doesn’t have to be. Intel® Learn Easy Steps is designed to give you the help you need. In as little as 20 hours, you’ll pick up vital skills that could change your life – and… Read more »

A network of Learn Local providers

MATCH is a network of Learn Local providers offering education and training opportunities in the Mount Alexander Shire. MATCH provides pre-accredited and accredited training to help learners realise their full potential.  

Current13: Visceral Affect

Visceral Affect is the fourth project in a series of Current programs developed and curated by Robert Mangion in conjunction with the Footscray Community Art Centre. Exploring visceral affects as a mode of response and instinctual communication, the artists have approached the installation of the exhibition to generate relations between objects, situations and representations. Examining the… Read more »

2014 Victorian Learn Local Awards

Shining the spotlight on learners! Nominations open now. The Victorian Learn Local Awards are held annually by the Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board to recognise the inspirational efforts of learners, practitioners and training providers in the Learn Local education and training sector. The Learn Local education and training sector makes a significant contribution… Read more »