CHC30213 Certificate III in Education Support focuses on practical skills as well as theory so students graduate ready for work.
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Jaime, Kim and Louise had never met before studying aged care together, and now they are all working at a local aged care facility in Gisborne. Jamie, Kim and Louise all completed the Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) in 2020 and found work in aged care at the end of their work placements. Djerriwarrh’s […]
Did you know we are partnering with the City of Melton to support local refugee and migrant communities during COVID-19?
Djerriwarrh Community& Education Services would like to congratulate all of the Learn Local award winners – as well as our own nominee, Computer Trainer Paul Hobby.
Djerriwarrh Community College will be an Independent Specialist Senior Secondary School. It will deliver the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) at Foundation, Intermediate and Senior levels for students aged 15-19 years.
Jayeeta Ukil is one of our fantastic Learn Local Trainers at Djerriwarrh Community & Education. She started with us in February this year, training the following English courses: English for Everyone – Foundation English for Everyone – Next Step Fundamental Development and the 3Cs – Computer, Confidence, and Cultural Competency We asked her three questions […]
RU OK? Day is Thursday 10 September and we would love to invite you to take part in the day with us. We have a whole list of activities, and hopefully there is something in there that will interest you. You can find our list of activities here. RU OK? inspires and empowers everyone to […]
The Adult Literacy and Numeracy Practitioners Program (ALNPP) is a professional development program for pre-accredited educators keen to improve their knowledge and skills in adult literacy and numeracy practice. Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services is proud to be delivering this program to our peers.
Our CHC30213 Certificate III in Education Support has helped Joanne return to work after a break caring for her child.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and the latest advice from Government and the Department of Education, Skills and Employment, ParentsNext services will continue to operate but we will not be seeing participants face-to-face, except for exceptional circumstances. All our ParentsNext services, except for Sunshine (266 Hampshire Road) and Melton (241 Station Road), are closed to the […]
Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services is currently remaining open, following the Victorian Premier and Victorian Chief Health Officer’s advice on 23 March 2020 that TAFEs, universities and Learn Locals remain open. We are practicing social distancing at all of our sites and classes, including sitting at least 1.5 meters apart in offices and classes, making […]
Some of our AMEP students marked Human Rights Day this year by taking part in Amnesty International’s Write for Rights campaign. According to Amnesty International, Write for Rights brings millions together to free people around the world from human rights abuses – because when we act together, we change lives. -To the President and all […]
Congratulations to all of the participants in this program and also to the Djerriwarrh and Western Health staff involved!
Melton Business Excellence Awards created this great video about us.
Halima’s efforts in her English class have been recognised with an award and a $250 scholarship, as a part of 2019 Adult Learners Week.
Congratulations to our volunteer mentors, young drivers and staff for reaching 10 years of L2P.
We are pleased to announce that we were selected as a finalist in the Melton Business Awards for 2019. Our category was the Community Contribution Award, which was sponsored by Matchworks.
Congratulations to these former students graduating from training to ongoing work at Western Health.
Congratulations to Georgina, who passed her licence yesterday through Djerriwarrh’s L2P program here in Melton.
Djerriwarrh held a Christmas in July morning tea for volunteers of the L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program today catered by our VCAL (VET) students. We acknowledged the great work of our volunteers and at the same time, we created a learning opportunity for our VCAL students. Celebrations like this create a sense of community among […]