As of the 13th July (Term 3) our Adult Education programs are currently being delivered through remote learning, which includes online classes using Zoom and mailing out of workbooks. You can find our current Adult Education Timetable here. For further information and to enrol in our courses please contact our Adult Education Coordinator - Sara, on email: email@example.com.
The Wise Program is a year long course designed for students with mild intellectual disabilities and is comprised of five units - Computer-wise, Money-wise, Food-wise, Gardening-wise and Retail-wise. Content is very hands on with practical activities in the garden, kitchen and trading table.
Each unit is designed to create pathways into further education and to provide the confidence and employability skills to meet the requirements of working or volunteering in a supportive environment.
How Do I Enrol?
To enrol students must meet with the CCC Adult Education Coordinator. To arrange an appointment or make further enquiries about any of our classes please complete the form at right or call us on 9583 0095. Please make sure you include details of the class or classes of interest, your query and the best method of contact.
Completion of the Enrolment Application is required at this appointment. To ensure access to Government funding please provide your green Medicare card, and if applying for a concession, an appropriate concession card.
Your place in the class will be confirmed on payment of the appropriate course fees.
CCC acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government. This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. The Adult Migrant English Program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Industry.
Students with Specific Needs or Disabilities
CCC encourages applications for enrolment from students with specific needs. Within the capabilities of the organisation, we will endeavour to meet the additional needs of students, provided they meet the entry requirements of the course. Alternate delivery, reasonable adjustments and assessment methods will be used when and where appropriate.