English 101 | English 102 | Work related English | Tech Hub | Everyday maths skillsKitchen Kaos

You could be eligible for funding
 – ACFE Subsidised Courses – Government approved Health Care Card and Pension Card holders are eligible to receive subsidised training for ACFE (Adult Community and Further Education) courses.

Enrolling all year

Image of a male studentAre you looking to increase your skills and knowledge? Want to develop personal independence to improve and enhance your everyday skills?

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.

17ALNENG101 English 101

Schedule

Code
17ALNENG101
ACFE Subsidised course (eligibility conditions apply)

Campus
Mt Evelyn

Schedule
Term 1,2,3 and 4 2017 (enrolling all year)

Duration and day
Thursdays 9.00am -3.00pm

Description

Description

This course focuses on English language and everyday literacy skills. Some examples of activities include:

Filling out forms

Reading and writing letters

Creative story writing

Sentence structure

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

On completion of this course all students would have produced a portfolio of their work. Class sizes are limited to ensure that students can work at their own pace in a supportive and friendly environment.

Fees & Charges

Course fees and charges 

Total fees (ACFE Funded) $160.00
Total fees (ACFE Funded + Concession) $110.00
Total fees (Non-Funded) $460.00
Please note all fees are inclusive of the resources fee.

ACFE stands for The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board, Victoria.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Detailed itemised list of fees and charges including concession discounts

17ALNENG102 English 102

Schedule

Code
17ALNENG102
ACFE Subsidised course (eligibility conditions apply)

Campus
Mt Evelyn

Schedule
Term 1,2,3 and 4 2017 (enrolling all year)

Duration and day
Thursdays 9.00am -3.00pm

Description

Description

This course focuses on improving students literacy skills at an intermediate level. Students will be engaged to refine the following skills:

Spelling

Sentence structure

Formatting of paragraphs

Reading and writing strategies

Creating journal pieces

Creative writing

Reading and writing about personally relevant community issues of a limited complexity

Students will have the opportunity to practise and gain confidence in speaking in front of a medium sized group, participate in local excursions, as well as working on improving MS Word processing skills.

Fees & Charges

Course fees and charges 

Total fees (ACFE Funded) $100.00
Total fees (ACFE Funded + Concession) $75.00
Total fees (Non-Funded) $250.00
Please note all fees are inclusive of the resources fee.

ACFE stands for The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board, Victoria.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Detailed itemised list of fees and charges including concession discounts

17ESWORKENG Work Related English

Schedule

Code
17ESWORKENG
ACFE Subsidised course (eligibility conditions apply)

Campus
Mt Evelyn

Schedule
Term 1,2,3 and 4 2017 (enrolling all year)

Duration and day
Friday mornings 9.00am – 12.00pm

Description

Description

This course focuses on improving students English Language and literacy skills in relation to work and employment upskilling. Students will be engaged in activities to refine the following skills:

Spelling

Sentence structure and paragraph forming

Reading and writing strategies

Personal and work related topics or forms

Policies and procedures of varying complexity

MS Word processing skills

Presentation skills

You will also learn how to apply for a job. From interview techniques to understanding the applications process this course will give you the tools to succeed.

Fees & Charges

Course fees and charges 

Total fees (ACFE Funded) $100.00
Total fees (ACFE Funded + Concession) $75.00
Total fees (Non-Funded) $250.00
Please note all fees are inclusive of the resources fee.

ACFE stands for The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board, Victoria.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Detailed itemised list of fees and charges including concession discounts

17ESTECHHUB Tech Hub

Schedule

Code
17ESTECHHUB
ACFE Subsidised course (eligibility conditions apply)

Campus
Mt Evelyn

Schedule
Term 1,2,3 and 4 2017 (enrolling all year)

Duration and day
Mondays 9.00am – 2.00pm

Description

Description

This course focuses on introducing students to technology through learning the basics. This includes:

computer operation

MS Windows navigation

software  (Word, Power Point etc.)

online communications (email)

social media

digital cameras

digital literacies

how to print, and much more…

This course will provide learners the opportunity to develop their computer literacy skills, literacy and language, numeracy and oral communication skills through the development and operation of a technology social enterprise. Focusing on building employability and life skills for learners who may otherwise be isolated within their communities. Activities are based around team work, communication skills, problem solving and the use of technology.

Fees & Charges

Course fees and charges 

Total fees (ACFE Funded) $180.00
Total fees (ACFE Funded + Concession) $130.00
Total fees (Non-Funded) $480.00
Please note all fees are inclusive of the resources fee.

ACFE stands for The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board, Victoria.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Detailed itemised list of fees and charges including concession discounts

17ALNMATHS Everyday Maths Skills

Schedule

Code
17ALNMATHS Maths for everyday living
ACFE Subsidised course (eligibility conditions apply)

Campus
Mt Evelyn

Schedule
Term 1,2,3 and 4 2017 (enrolling all year)

Duration and day
Friday mornings 9.00am – 12.pm

Description

Description

This course is for learners to participate in Foundation Mathematic skills creation, addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, budgeting, measurement.

The topics include:

Addition

Subtraction

Division

Multiplication

budgeting

measurement

Basic work related skills in mathematics. This includes:

financial literacy

money management

real life maths that would be encountered in general employment situations.

Class size is small with a focus on team work and communication skills.

Fees & Charges

Course fees and charges 

Total fees (ACFE Funded) $130.00
Total fees (ACFE Funded + Concession) $80.00
Total fees (Non-Funded) $430.00
Please note all fees are inclusive of the resources fee.

ACFE stands for The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board, Victoria.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Detailed itemised list of fees and charges including concession discounts

17ESKITKAOS Kitchen Kaos

Schedule

Code
17ESKITKAOS
ACFE Subsidised course (eligibility conditions apply)

Campus
Mt Evelyn

Schedule
Term 1,2,3 and 4 2017 (enrolling all year)

Duration and day
Wednesdays 9.00am – 2.00pm

Description

Description

Kitchen Kaos is an enjoyable and social way to learn the basics of cooking good food.

This course will provide learners the opportunity to develop their:  Focusing on building employability and life skills for learners who may otherwise be isolated within their communities. Activities are based around team work, communication skills, problem solving and the use of technology.

Students will learn the following skills:

hospitality skills

literacy

numeracy

communication skills through the development and operation of a hospitality social enterprise.

Focusing on building employability and life skills for learners who may otherwise be isolated within their communities. Activities are based around team work, communication skills, problem solving and the use of technology.

Pathways
Short courses in food safety, RSA, barista, retail and technology

Fees & Charges

Course fees and charges 

Total fees (ACFE Funded) $180.00
Total fees (ACFE Funded + Concession) $130.00
Total fees (Non-Funded) $480.00
Please note all fees are inclusive of the resources fee.

ACFE stands for The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board, Victoria.

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Detailed itemised list of fees and charges including concession discounts

  • Disclaimer

    This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.
    Eligibility criteria apply
    Cire Services Inc. recognises qualifications issued by other RTOs.
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