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Position vacant: SEE teacher

Yarraville Community Centre is looking for a SEE (Skills for Education and Employment ) teacher with experience in teaching Language, Literacy and Numeracy,  and in completing  assessments. •             Vibrant community centre with innovative programs •             Collegial workforce •             Flexible and

Position Vacant: ALA Chief Executive Officer

Adult Learning Australia (ALA) is the national peak body for the adult and community education, with individual and organisational members in all states and territories. ALA is committed to ensuring that all Australians have access to the benefits of lifelong

Healthy cooking class serves up fun

Food rescue charity OzHarvest is running an education program for people on low incomes to learn about cooking healthy food on a budget. At Adelaide’s Hackham West Community Centre agroup of 15 people peel carrots, chop onions and boil water for pasta. The air is

Rediscovering the joy of two wheels

Bike rider training for adults is flourishing in the municipality of Leichhardt in Sydney’s inner west. The Rusty Rider course for those aged 25 and over turns those who are wobbly on two wheels into confident cyclists. A group of eight people stand in a straggly

Election 2016 policy statements

Adult Learning Australia has asked the major parties for a statement outlining their position in relation to ALA’s policy platform. All parties were contacted and responses received to date are below. We will add all other Party statements as they

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