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Annual General Meeting (AGM)


 The Centre for Continuing Education Inc.
Wednesday 21 March 2018

 Refreshments available from 5.00 for 5.30pm start

The Centre, 17 Chisholm Street, Wangaratta

Guest speaker

Jaclyn Symes

Jaclyn Symes is a country girl born and bred in Benalla in Northern Victoria. She attended Benalla College where she completed her VCE in 1996 before moving to Melbourne to undertake a Bachelor of Laws from Deakin University. She was admitted to practice as an Australian lawyer in 2006.

Jaclyn’s passion for social justice and hard work was instilled in her by her parents and led her to her to working with people with disabilities as a carer at Alkira Residential Services. Her time at Alkira has made her acutely aware of the struggles that those with a disability experience on a daily basis and the importance of Government putting in place the right policy settings to minimise their challenges.


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2018 Course Dates

Enrolments Open for 2018 courses in a location near you.

CHC30213 Certificate III in Education Support

  • Wangaratta – 29 January
  • Benalla – 31 January
  • Broadford / Wallan – 29 January
  • Baranduda – 1 February

CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability

  • Wangaratta – 29 January
  • Broadford / Wallan – 29 January

CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support

  • Wangaratta – 1 February
  • Benalla – 1 February (Partnership with Cooinda)
  • Broadford / Wallan – 31 January

22301VIC Certificate I in Transition Education

  • Wangaratta – 17 January

22302VIC Certificate I in Work Education

  • Wangaratta – 15 January

AHC30116 Certificate III in Agriculture

  • New Course starting in January 2018

Course guide out soon. Call 5721 0200 or email contact@thecentre.vic.edu.au

Strengthening Your Voice


Do you have a passion for your community?  Do you advocate on behalf of your club, committee or neighbourhood? Are you keen to expand your social and professional network, and learn how to make a difference?

People with passion and vision are central to how communities make decisions, and how projects and services are ultimately delivered. In support of the role our residents hold, The Rural City of Wangaratta is excited to announce our 2018 Community Leadership Program so save the date!

The aim of the program is to support Wangaratta’s emerging leaders to:

– develop their leadership skills in a supportive environment;
– encourage involvement in our community’s Committees and Boards;
– establish new and exciting links with like-minded people;
– meet and work with Wangaratta’s decision makers; and
– contribute to a culture where community leadership is a recognised and rewarding activity.