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Latest news

Diving with a disability

A scuba diving training program is changing lives for people with disabilities who are swapping wheelchairs for water. Mark Slingo had just qualified as a diving instructor in Thailand when he had a fall from a balcony that left him

Devonport commits to lifelong learning

Devonport Tasmania has launched a ‘Live & Learn’ Strategy to set a new direction for the city and establish a flourishing culture of lifelong learning. Devonport Mayor, Alderman Steve Martin left school at 16 then returned to study in 2011 aged 52 as a business student

Tips for taking control of your website

  If you’ve outsourced management of your website you know making changes and updates can be difficult and costly. An outdated website can be worse than no website at all. But changes in web publishing make updating and maintaining a website easier than it’s ever been. Here’s our tips

Notice of 2016 ALA Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of Adult Learning Australia will be held on Friday 29 April 2016, commencing at 1.00pm (AEST), via teleconference. Download Meeting Agenda. ALA members are invited to register to participate in the AGM, by following this link.

First aid for mental health

Diamond Valley Learning Centre in Melbourne is running mental health first aid courses to help staff and students develop skills to identify and help others who are struggling emotionally. If a tutor or student accidently cuts themselves during a cooking class

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