Adult Learning, Training and Career Planning
Victoria Polytechnic and Federation University can provide students from the Melton community with a wide range of opportunities.
Other university resources
Study Assist - information about support while you are studying
A variety of training providers offer Vocational Educational and Training (VET) qualifications including private training companies, not for profit organisations, TAFE institutes and Adult Community and Further Education (ACFE) providers. All meet nationally recognised standards of quality.
For vocational training information for students, employers, career professionals, adult learners and parents, the Victorian Skills Gateway is your one-stop-shop for vocational training information in Victoria.
There are three main TAFE providers working with the City of Melton:
Registered Training Organisations
There are a number of Registered Training Organisations delivering nationally recognised training programs in the City of Melton.
For courses and providers, visit the Victorian Skills Gateway.
Learn Local - Adult Community Further Education (ACFE)
There are three Learn Local providers offering courses in the City of Melton.
Djerriwarrh Community and Education Service
Melton South Community Centre
The Victorian Skills Gateway provides information about Learn Local courses across the State.
U3A is a voluntary Senior Group who share educational, recreational and social programmes for Melton residents
Melton Men's Sheds
Melton Men's Sheds are places for men living in the City of Melton to come together to participate in a range of activities including woodwork, restoration programs and special events.
ADULT LEARNER'S WEEK
Adult earners Week in City of Melton flyer(PDF, 572KB)
When: 1 September - 8 September
Where: Multiple venues such as Melton Library and Learning Hub, Caroline Springs Library and a variety of community centres.
Council, in partnership with Western Chances, is organising an Adult Learners Week to teach locals invaluable skills for use in both lifestyle and occupational perspectives. A gold coin donation from all participants will be given to Western Chances, a charity in Melbourne's west pursuing to offer both motivated and talented students the opportunity to follow through with their education and chase their dreams.
The sessions will be held from 1 September to 8 September throughout the week.
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