Term 4 the countdown starts

till term 4 starts

Now taking expressions of interest for horticulture, community services, early childhood education, individual support (aged care), education support and management.

ACFE Funded and Workskill short courses enrolling all year.

Cire Children’s Services – kindergarten and childcare now taking enrolments.

Cire Community School year 7 – 12 – now taking enrolments

Looking for activities for the kids to do in the holidays?

Looking no further, Cire Children Services offers a full range of holidays programs at three convenience locations Mt Evelyn, Badger Creek and Woori Yallock.

Places are limited so book today to avoid disappointment


With a focus on everyday skills these courses will provide an opportunity for women of the Yarra Ranges a chance to engage in education.


Join us in a relaxed, supported and non-judgemental environment.

Semester 2 course guide out now

Pick a up a copy today at Cire – still time to enrol

Term 4 is only around the corner so start planning your new career today. Packed with new short courses and all the information you need to get started.

Boy to Man Photography Project

Seen and Heard – BOY TO MAN

A NEW PHOTOGRAPHY SERIES OF OUR YOUNG MEN – By Kate Baker proudly supported by RACV Community Foundation.

Care Outside School Hours Care – 4 convenient locations

Quality OSHC available in Mt Evelyn, Badger Creek, Woori Yallock and Yarra Junction.

Cire In Home Care

Cire In Home Care

Supporting people to live independently for over 10 years. If you have a family member or friend who would benefit from our services contact us today.


Do you need help when it comes to maths and english?

Why not enrol into a Cire Everyday Learning course. These courses are designed for people who need to build basic skills, knowledge and understanding in english, maths, technology or cooking and want to establish at a beginner’s level.

first-aid course

Cire Workskills Short Courses – Get the skills to get the job

Enrolling all year in RSA, Food Safety, First Aid, CRP, Anaphylaxis, operating chainsaws and
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Cire Services - Nationally accredited training Outside School Hours Care In Home Care Short Courses VCAL Programs 3 and 4 Year old kindergarten Traineeships Youth Education Programs Respite Care Long Day Care Career Advice School Holiday Programs


Career opportunities and application process

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Cire feedback

“Children were actively involved in being environmentally responsible and supported to consistently continue this involvement within the program and in the local community.”

Joanne Department of Education and Training speaking about Cire Children’s Services

“Friendly and approachable staff, a beautiful outdoor area for all children”

Holly Mother of 2 - Yarra Junction - Cire Children’s Services

“Being able to learn on the job was definitely beneficial. My trainer was very supportive and her expert knowledge was really helpful.”

Student - LilydaleDiploma of Early Childhood Education and Care - Cire Traineeships

“This school keeps me interested and wanting to learn more.”

JacintaCire Community School VCAL Student 2015

“A well blended mix of practical exercises and theory.”

Student - WandinAnimal Studies - Cire Training

“Great caring staff, always helpful with my grandsons daily needs. Also fab with meals and diet requirements”

DesraeYarra Junction - Cire Children’s Services

“Home away from home and beautiful staff”

Rebecca and Ella Yarra Junction - Cire Children’s Services

“What an inspiration these students are, most coming from disadvantaged backgrounds themselves and their main goal is to help others – we are very grateful for being a part of the 2015 program and look forward to 2016, keep up the great work.”

Heidi Tucker - CEO AnchorCommenting on Cire Community School student’s community programs

“At the end of my shift I you can go home knowing I made a difference by contributing to someone’s life”.

Carer - WarburtonCire In Home Care

“This course provided me with the tools and confidence to take a step closer to achieving my career goals.”

Ashley - Student - BoroniaCire Training - Diploma of Management 2016

“The students felt great about being able to help people in need and gained a lot of skills that they can add to their resumes and help them get employment.”

Mark Hunt VCAL Coordinator - Cire Community School

“Awesome caring staff who are willing to take care of individual children’s needs no matter how difficult”

Colin (father)Cire Children’s Services - Yarra Junction

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