Looking to build your work skills? These programs will help you to build your employability skills such as communisation, self-management, resume writing and more!
Stepping Forward to Independence
Stepping Forward to Independence is for young people with a permanent cognitive impairment or intellectual disability.
Participants will complete 22302VIC Certificate I in Work Education on Mondays and Wednesdays where the focus will be on:
- identifying work goals and testing these in practical placements
- exploring training and education pathways to jobs
- developing employability skills
- improving literacy and numeracy skills
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, participants focus on Life Skills and Health & Well-being Skills to support transition to a more independent, adult life.Laverton Community Education Centre
Developing Work Skills – Short Course
A program for supported employees, who mainly have an Intellectual Disability (ID), who need to improve their employability skills in order to make a career transition. The course is delivered over 10 weeks – 3 hours per week.Wyndham Community and Education Centre
Digital Literacy and Cyber Safety
Using a computer can be a little tricky sometimes! This 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.Laverton Community Education Centre
Get Ready for Work
Ready to start finding a job? Not sure where to start? This 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.Laverton Community Education Centre