Language & Literacy Courses

DATE
20 week program

COST
$96

VENUE
MACE

Skills for Work and Study - Health Services

Do you have a passion for helping people? Do you want to make a difference to the community you work in? Maybe yes, but you need a little extra help to build your confidence to move into the workplace or to take on further study. This course is a direct pathway partnership with Mansfield District Hospital, with work guaranteed while you study. Take a step towards your qualifications in health services while supported by MDH and MACE with this pre-accredited skills building course designed to elevate you into further study and employment.

DATE 
Every Tuesday during school term

TIME
6pm - 8.30pm

COST
Free

VENUE
MACE

Learn English 

This free program is run by NEMA and is for those needing to learn Beginner English, Australian English, Pronunciation, Business & Academic English or Preparation for IELTS.

DATE
As arranged

TIME
1 hour sessions

COST
$70 per hour

VENUE
MACE

Adult Literacy & Numeracy

This program is designed to build confidence in and improve basic literacy skills in a confidential setting. Work at your own pace, with individual assistance provided by a friendly and supportive tutor.

DATE 
TBC


TIME
10.30am - 12.30pm

COST
Free

VENUE
William Pearson Memorial Hall, Euroa

Learner Engagement Program - Euroa

This program explores real work possibilities available and the personal strengths and outlooks that you have which will help you choose, and pursue, the job that’s right for you.

 

Program participants will explore over five weeks diverse work possibilities available in the local area, and will examine both current and potential strengths that they have which support individual work interests and success.

 

This exploration will focus on personality, mindset, values, interests and learning. As a result, each participant will be prepared to take the next step toward gaining employment in work of their choice.

For queries contact

Rob on 0409 592 597 or Craig on 0466 565 521

DATE 
TBC

TIME
10.30am - 12.30pm

COST
Free

VENUE
William Pearson Memorial Hall, Euroa

STEP Program - Euroa

This course focuses on finding, and preparing for, a job of choice in the Strathbogie Region. The program will support participants to undertake an extensive investigation of one or two areas of work that the participant chooses.

 

Learners will know that they have diverse strengths, skills and knowledge that can be applied to work and/or further study, and that pathways exist within, and across, industries, and within the educational sector, which enable them to pursue work that may have seemed beyond reach.

 

Learners will be able to manage their own learning, find a meaningful pathway into the work of their choice, and acquire the skills and knowledge required to pursue the work of their choice.

For queries contact

Rob on 0409 592 597 or Craig on 0466 565 521

DATE 
TBC

TIME
Wednesday
10.30am - 12.30pm Thursday
2pm - 4pm


COST
Free

VENUE
William Pearson Memorial Hall, Euroa

Digital Skills for Intermediates - Euroa

This is a 30 hour pre-accredited program designed to build on the Digital Essentials Level 1 program. This program will extend learners’ understanding of technology, including the use of different digital devices, their functionality and the ways people can use these devices to connect with others and access services over the Internet.

 

Topics covered include building email skills, creating in Word, finding information online, day to day technology, and new online experiences.

For queries contact

Rob on 0409 592 597 or Craig on 0466 565 521

DATE 
TBC

TIME
Wednesday
10.30am - 12.30pm Thursday
2pm - 4pm


COST
Free

VENUE
William Pearson Memorial Hall, Euroa

Digital Skills for Beginners - Euroa

This is a 30 hour pre-accredited program that is designed to help learners understand the basics of various areas of technology, including different digital devices, their functionality and the ways people can use these devices to connect with others and access services over the Internet.

 

Topics covered include using your smartphone, navigating the Internet, using email, using social media, using apps and software, and staying safe online.

For queries contact

Rob on 0409 592 597 or Craig on 0466 565 521

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