CREATIVE WORK FOR EMPLOYMENT & WORK-LIFE BALANCE
Do you love art? Build your confidence and put you creative skills to work with this disability inclusive program! Learn how art can positively impact your personal well-being, support a positive lifestyle and can lead to further study or employment opportunities. Let’s put those skills to use with photography, painting, drawing and digital design opportunities!More Info keyboard_arrow_right
BUILDING INDEPENDENCE THROUGH COMMUNITY ACCESS
Let’s go exploring! This disability inclusive program will help you to build an understanding of what social, health, cultural, educational and recreational services are available to you with just a touch of a Myki! Through planning, budgeting and then participating in supported travel training you will get to explore what your local community has to offer!More Info keyboard_arrow_right
DIGITAL LITERACY AND CYBER SAFETY
Using a computer can be a little tricky sometimes! This disability inclusive program will help you learn how to use a computer and the internet to their full potential! You will get to learn how to use Microsoft word, email accounts and MyGov, learn how to protect yourself from online scams, and how to access social media safely.More Info keyboard_arrow_right
PREPARING YOURSELF FOR SUCCESS IN WORK & FURTHER STUDY
Prepare yourself to the next step towards study or employment! This disability inclusive program will teach you how to maintain your physical and mental wellbeing in the workplace or in further study, including how to manage stressful situations and overall sexual health. You will also learn how to identify and access support services to help you maintain your physical and mental health while still being engaged in work or study.More Info keyboard_arrow_right
INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURE
Consider yourself to have a green thumb or do you just want to learn some tips and tricks of gardening? This disability inclusive program will help you to learn how to identify plants, plant seeds, treat weeds and harvest produce in a supported environment! Then explore employment opportunities in the horticulture industry and pathways to these opportunities!More Info keyboard_arrow_right
INDEPENDENCE BUILDING: SKILLS FOR LIFE AS AN ADULT LEARNER
Balancing adulthood and study can be hard! Lucky this disability inclusive program is here to help you to learn how to budget, make the most of Centrelink and the NDIS and understand how to read bills and invoices. Build skills in time management for work and home life, travel training, and understanding the rental market.More Info keyboard_arrow_right
GET READY FOR WORK
Ready to start finding a job? Not sure where to start? This disability inclusive program will support you to build a general and industry specific resume and cover letter, identify appropriate work attire and practice your interview skills! Understand how your strengths can benefit you in the workplace, how to build a positive mindset towards work and learn how to search for jobs using the internet.
KITCHEN OPERATIONS FOR LIFE & WORK
Do you want to be more independent by cooking for yourself, preparing your meals and budgeting for your food expenses? Then this disability inclusive program is the short course for you.
You will learn to prepare healthy meals on a budget. You will gain a basic overview of food hygiene techniques and learn about pathways within the hospitality
industry that may suit you.
KICK START YOUR HOSPITALITY CAREER
DID YOU KNOW?
Over the past five years jobs in the accommodation and food services industry have grown by a massive 16.2%. You can join this growing industry with our short two-day program Kick Start your Hospitality Career. You will study:
Day 1 (Monday) : 9.30am – 4.00pm: Safe Food Handling (SITXFSA001 Use hygienic practices for food safety)
Day 2 (Tuesday): 9.30am – 1.30pm: Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA)
Day 2 (Tuesday): 2.00pm – 5.00 pm: Basic Coffee Making
DOES YOUR ORGANISATION NEED TRAINING IN SAFE FOOD HANDLING, RSA OR COFFEE MAKING?
Laverton Community Education Centre also delivers these programs to community groups, clubs, sporting organisations, schools and others. We can come to you or you can send your people to us. Call the Centre on 9369 2726 or email email@example.com for further information and pricing. (more…)More Info keyboard_arrow_right
USE HYGIENIC PRACTICES FOR FOOD SAFETY (SAFE FOOD HANDLING) (SITXFSA001)
This accredited one day session is suitable for staff working or wanting to find employment in any food/hospitality business. The National Food Safety Standards require all food businesses to ensure their staff have the skills and knowledge of food safety and hygiene.More Info keyboard_arrow_right
RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOL
This course is essential for anyone looking for or working in licensed premises. It covers staff and license responsibilities, legal requirements and how to maintain a safe environment.More Info keyboard_arrow_right
PROVIDE FIRST AID (HLTAID003)
In this course you will learn the skills and knowledge required to provide a first aid response to a casualty. The course is suitable for all people who may be required to provide a first aid response in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.More Info keyboard_arrow_right
INTEL EASY STEPS
Intel Easy Steps is a course that will help you learn the basic steps of how to use a computer and apply your computer skills to everyday life. Computer skills are also important for employment and for running any size of business, including the smallest. Laverton Community Education Centre can help you to learn, in friendly, supportive classes. We tailor the course content to suit your experience. In this 5 week Intel Easy Steps course you will learn the basics of how to use your computer in a series of easy lessons.More Info keyboard_arrow_right
INTRODUCTION TO WORKING IN AGED CARE/DISABILITY/CHILDCARE
Thinking of starting a career in the Aged Care, Disability or Early Childhood Education and Care industries?
This short 21 hour introductory course will help you to gain a better understanding of the industry, employment and study options to launch your career. Students who complete this course are better prepared to enter Certificate III in Early Childhood And Care or Certificate III in Individual Support (Aged Care/HACC/Disability) and then on to your future career in the industry.More Info keyboard_arrow_right