First day at school for Yooralla College

Yooralla is pleased to announce the creation of Yooralla College on July 1, 2014.

Yooralla College was established through the amalgamation of Yooralla’s Adult Education and EDAR College. Yooralla clients will be able to access a range of Nationally Accredited Courses and short courses to foster skill development. Here’s a list of what is on offer at the new Yooralla College:

Short courses
Pre-accredited courses (Learn Local Courses)
Nationally accredited long courses
Foundation level to Certificate III & IV level training
Fee for service training
Work placement sssistance

Yooralla College delivers high quality and effective education and training programs to meet the needs of stakeholders and clients in the disability sector, and the wider community.

Training will be delivered across a range of metropolitan sites including: CBD Campus, Hawthorn, Footscray, Werribee, Noble Park, Box Hill, Balwyn, with other sites opening soon. The College also delivers training in regional locations including: Seymour, Benalla, Wangaratta, and Mooroopna.

Our programs are innovative, inclusive and now tailored to meet a range of client’s needs.

The college is looking to partner with various organisations to deliver training in-house on a flexible basis. Any enquiries relating to training opportunities or general information regarding Yooralla College can be sent to the Director of Yooralla College on 03 9857 0289.

Source: Yooralla

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