Calling all older residents & carers living in the Rural City of Wangaratta!
Are you over 60 and living live in the Rural City of Wangaratta? On behalf of the Australian Institute of Primary Care and Ageing, Latrobe University is wanting to hear from people aged 60 years and older and who live in the Rural City of Wangaratta – about what is important to them to be healthy and well, as they grow older. They are also interested in hearing from carers of older people. You can find out more about the project and submit feedback at http://www.northeasthealth.org.au/wave-project/
Looking for a school alternative?
Our VCAL program might be the right choice.
Complete your senior secondary qualification in our project based learning program.
The Centre is a child safe organisation that has smaller class sizes than other providers in an adult education environment. The Centre caters for a wide range of learners and abilities.
The program is open to youth and adults seeking to complete a senior secondary qualification. Find out more.
Find out what it is like to study at The Centre.
This video was produced by our Adult VCAL students as part of their Work Related Skills studies, Well done.
Congratulations to the following recipients who recently received funding through VicHealth Active Club Grants Round 1 program:
Wodonga Basketball Association
Bright Bowls Club
Chiltern Bowling Club
Rutherglen United Cricket Club
Mount Beauty Dragon Boat Club
Warriors – Albury Wodonga Dragon Boat Club
Albury Wodonga Triathlon Club
Clubs received funding for either Female Participation or Participation in Social & Modified forms of Sport.
Round 2 opens in February 2017. If your club is interested in applying, Sport North East will be happy to discuss any ideas and assist with the application process where possible. Contact us on email@example.com
RSA Courses and Good Sports
Congratulations to United Bright Football Netball Club on becoming an accredited Level 3 Good Sports Club. This is a great effort by the club, showing their commitment to providing a safe and inclusive environment.
There are many benefits to being a Good Sports Club, one of which is heavily discounted Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) courses. With the start of the season for winter clubs fast approaching, if your club is interested in running an RSA course or becoming a Good Sports Club, please contact Andrew Bowden on (03) 5721 0249 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.