Fitzroy Learning Network (FLN) kicks off the 2020 school term with a wide range of courses for Fitzroy locals.
FLN is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), offering a variety of courses, for learners of English. These courses are available to people who are eligible for fee help under Skills First, Australian Migrant Education Program (AMEP) or Adult Community and Further Education (ACFE).
FLN also offers community courses in its role as a Neighbourhood House. Concessions are available to eligible students.
Courses on offer include Preliminary English as well as Certificate 1, 2 and 3 in spoken and written English. Community courses include job-finding skills, numeracy, computer skills, sewing and cooking.
Manager of Training, Nicole Adornetto, says: “We have been providing training and support to the Fitzroy community for over 30 years, and we are proud of our achievements.
“Many of our students have children at local schools, and they really understand the value of education. But we provide so much more than the classroom experience: our students find with us a welcoming space and access to the support they need to succeed in a new life.”
FLN is proud of its long-standing role supporting new arrivals in Australia, and an essential part of its service is support with filling out forms, dealing with bureaucracy, and preparing for citizenship.
A team of experienced teachers and community support workers deliver FLN programs, supported by a dedicated group of volunteers.
“Our staff and volunteers and our generous benefactors are deeply committed to our students and clients. For a small organisation, we punch well above our weight,” says CEO Robert Menzies.
FLN is now accepting enrolments for Term 1, with places still available. View the brochure or visit the FLN website for more information.
Phone 03 9417 2897, email email@example.com or call in to FLN at 198 Napier Street, Fitzroy (opposite the Fitzroy Town Hall).
By Fitzroy Learning Network.
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