Helping people into training and work

Whether people have cognitive disabilities, experience with the justice system, or learning difficulties, The Centre offers a practical and inspirational program for people who need assistance and support to find work.

We work with individuals to find their strengths, overcome barriers, and offer a new way of learning. Where necessary, the program offers support in (mental) health to assess barriers to learning and work, such as behavioural or learning difficulties.

We offer a number of certificate and short courses that offer steps in the journey to work.

Find out more

Amanda Long, our Employment Services Relationship Officer, is happy to discuss how we can help. You can reach her on 03 5721 0201 or by email at

Helping people into work

Private: Certificate I in Employment Pathways


Build your confidence for success in the workplace. This course has been designed to support you to develop skills and knowledge to reengage with learning and to prepare you for employment in your field of interest. After you complete this course, you will be able to demonstrate core work skills to prospective employers, and confidently talk about your abilities and strengths during the interview process.

Certificate II in Work Education


This course helps disabled learners to explore options for training and work, and improves their employability and work-readiness skills.

Getting there (Certificate I & II in General Education for Adults)


Wondering what to do next? Getting There is an engaging and supportive program. It helps you discover what you want to do, improves your skills, and guides you back towards work or education.