How do I enrol?

There are no formal entry requirements for Short Courses. Students can enter the course that best suits their learning needs, abilities and interests. For further information and on how you can enrol please contact Cire Training on 1300 835 235.

Medicare card and Concession card (if applicable) are required to be presented upon enrolment.

How much does a short course cost?

At Cire Services we aim to offer education to everyone. Individual course prices are itemised for each course, however we do offer a discount where you undertake multiple courses. Please contact Cire Services on 1300 835235 for further details.

What payment methods do you accept?

Cire Services do not accept cash payments. For your convenience we have following methods available:

Credit or debit card payment (MasterCard and VISA) via phone, internet banking or in person.

Direct deposit (all transaction require a reference description to ensure your payment is identified e.g. invoice number or student name).

Centrepay – this service is a free direct bill paying service available to customers who receive an Australian Government Department of Human Services Centrelink payment, Family Assistance payment or Parental Leave pay. This payment option is setup at the enrolment stage, with one of our enrolment officers providing assistance as required.

BANK DETAILS
Account Name – Cire Services Incorporated
Bank – National Australia Bank (NAB)
BSB – 083-982
Account Number – 03-785-5491

Our friendly staff will assist you at any of the Cire sites.  All transactions are conducted in a secure manner and credit card details are not kept on file.

Should you have difficulty in this process please call 1300 835 235 with queries.

What can short courses lead to?

Cire Services offers a wide range of short courses. These courses are designed to develop literacy, life and employability skills. Our tutors are patient, knowledgeable and very easy going. Classes are kept small so as to ensure students get individual time with the tutor as needed.

What makes Cire short courses different?

Our short courses offer a wide range of different subject and interest areas. From everyday life skill courses to skill enhancement for employment purposes there’s something for everyone. Our tutors are patient, knowledgeable and very easy going. Classes are kept small so as to ensure students get individual time with the tutor as needed.

Where are the campuses located?

Yarra Junction
Campus 1 – Cire Community House
2463 Warburton Hwy, Yarra Junction

Campus 2 – Community Workskills Centre
2415 Warburton Hwy, Yarra Junction

*please note that other sites within Yarra Junction may be used. In these cases the campus will be advertised on the course page

Mt Evelyn
All courses
20 Old Hereford Rd, Mt Evelyn

Horticulture courses
ECOSS (Ecological and Social Sustainability) campus
711 Old Warburton Rd, Wesburn

Cire also partners with other organisations to deliver courses at other locations (please check the campus location on each course for details)

How do I get to class?

All our campuses can be reached by car or bus.

The Mount Evelyn Campus located at 20 Old Hereford Road in on the route 679 bus. The Work Skills Centre and Community House located on the Warburton Highway Yarra Junction and ECOS at Wesburn are on the Martyrs bus 683.

Will I receive a certificate?

Yes, once you have completed your short course you will receive a certificate of participation for your attendance and course work.

How do I know if I’m eligible for ACFE funding?

Who is eligible to Undertake Subsidised Pre-Accredited Training

Learners who are:

  • Australian citizens
  • Australian Permanent Residents
  • New Zealand citizens

The following people are not eligible for places in government-subsidised Pre-Accredited Programs:

  • They are, within the meaning of the Corrections Act 1986, a prisoner held at a prison.
  • They are detained under the Mental Health Act 1986; or the Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997 or the Sentencing Act 1991 at the Thomas Embling Hospital.
  • They are detained (other than on weekend detention) under the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 or the Sentencing Act 1991 or who is held on remand in the Malmsbury Juvenile Justice Centre or Parkville Youth Residential Centre.
  • In line with the Education and Training Reform Act and school accountability for funding young people, the ACFE Board approved that young people attending school should not access the Board’s pre-accredited subsidy.

For further information about eligibility go to: http://www.education.vic.gov.au/training/learners/vet/Pages/funding.aspx

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