A diverse range of courses to meet the communitie’s needs.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications – Provide you with a pathway to further your career or take an entirely new direction Traineeships and Workplace Training – Learn while you earn, we come to you. School-based apprenticeships and traineeships. Workskills courses – be work ready – From first aid tofood safety, workskill sets can be a mandatory part of employment and with a government requirement to remain current. ACFE pre-accredited short courses – Our short courses give you the opportunity to enhance and extend your current skills or learn new ones. Industry Taster short courses – Enable you to sample a course before you embark on further study. Women’s Warehouse – Provides an opportunity
for women to engage in education in a supportive environment. Study Mums – An opportunity for mums to attend short courses with childcare at the campus. Blokes On Board (BOB) – Provides an opportunity for men to engage in programs in a supportive environment. Lifestyle, wellbeing, hobby and leisure programs and courses – Delivered by the community for the community at Cire Community Hub Yarra Junction and Chirnside Park Community Hub.
Why study with Cire?
Cire Training delivers a diverse range of training services to ensure the needs of the community are met. From short courses to vocational training, many of our courses are nationally recognised and have helped people from all walks of life to achieve their career goals.
The benefits of studying with Cire include:
Our practical and enjoyable courses are designed to give students theconfidence to gain employment, life skills and personal fulfilment. Our employment-focused courses are designed with career outcomes in mind so students are job ready when they graduate. Our experienced and passionate training staff, combined with a supportive environment and small class room sizes, help students to succeed Our career pathways aim to strengthen existing skills and knowledge in preparation for students to continue their education journey or to secure their dream job.
With two convenient locations at Lilydale (new in 2019) and Yarra Junction, we have the region covered when it comes to education and training in Melbourne’s outer east.
Our flexible study options include traineeships and workplace training.
Pre-accredited short courses an opportunity to further enhance and
extend your current skill set.
Our taster workshops allow students to find out more about the industry and study options prior to enrolment.
Customised group training at alternative locations.
Where it all began
Cire Training has delivered Adult Community and Further Education (ACFE) – funded short courses for the local community since 1983. Our popular courses have assisted many people with return-to-work skills, personal development, adult literacy and basic education programs. Based on community needs, we became a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in 1992 and have been successfully delivering a range of nationally accredited vocational qualifications since.
We are proud to be the first step for many people on their road to employment and
in achieving career advancement.
Expand and refine the service offerings to maximise the opportunities for employment for our students and support of local businesses
Invest in training facilities to increase our ability to train and support social enterprise
Provide greater opportunity for our students to participate in community projects
Meet the training team
We have a dedicated team of qualified and industry experienced staff who are committed to empowering our students through flexible learning opportunities. We strive to help our students succeed in work and life.
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