Community Education and Training website launched
Adult Learning Australia is proud to announce the launch of a dynamic new website specifically for our not-for-profit Registered Training Organisation (RTO) members.
The website was developed as part of a partnership project with NESA, the employment services peak body. Its aim is to help Job Services Australia providers identify those ACE providers who offer accredited training for job seekers.
It’s intended to be used as a partner to our Find A Course website which includes all providers of adult community education.
Not-for-profit Community Education and Training providers offer a wide range of accredited courses, classes and learning programs to job seekers, employers and community members in their local area.
The new website provides a comprehensive list of not-for-profit RTOs offering courses and tailored solutions for job seekers and others interested in developing their skills for work.
Each of the providers listed on the website is a member of Adult Learning Australia. They share our mission of providing equitable access to Lifelong and Lifewide Learning for All Australians.
Community Education and Training providers or RTO’s go by a wide variety of names including Community Colleges, Community Learning Centres, Learn Local Providers, Neighbourhood Houses, WEA’s and many more.
All have these three things in common:
- They provide accredited VET qualifications.
- They are committed to local communities.
- They offer their programs in supportive adult learning environments.
Community Education and Training providers don’t just support job seekers to gain skills for work. They offer community connections, social support and encouragement. They are also experts at tailored solutions delivered at your venue.
The website offers updates on latest news, a members’ forum and an easy search for your closest provider.
Please take a look at the new website at www.communityeducation.net.au
Adult Learning Australia is proud to announce the launch