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Language and Literacy Classes at CNLC

Carlton North, VIC

Subject: English

English Language

We provide:
Pre-accredited and accredited government funded courses approved by Centrelink
Up to 17 hours per week tuition
Four levels from Entry to Certificate III
Integrated computer skills for all students

An interview is needed before enrolment in a class. At the interview we will determine the appropriate class level and the number of hours the student will attend per week
Ring Sarah to arrange an interview time.

Accredited English Language courses at CNLC

Certificates in Spoken and Written English
91418NSW...

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English Language

We provide:
Pre-accredited and accredited government funded courses approved by Centrelink
Up to 17 hours per week tuition
Four levels from Entry to Certificate III
Integrated computer skills for all students

An interview is needed before enrolment in a class. At the interview we will determine the appropriate class level and the number of hours the student will attend per week
Ring Sarah to arrange an interview time.

Accredited English Language courses at CNLC

Certificates in Spoken and Written English
91418NSW Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English in CSWE
91421NSW Certificate I in CSWE
91422NSW Certificate II in CSWE
91423NSW Certificate III in CSWE
21936VIC Certificate I in ESL (Access)

AMEP and LLNP at CNLC

AMEP

The Adult Migrant English Program is a Commonwealth Government funded program that provides 510 hours of English classes to new migrants and refugees. The AMEP is free to eligible participants, and is delivered at CNLC in partnership with AMES.
LLNP (Language, Literarcy and Numeracy Program)

We take Centrelink and Jobnetwork referrals for the LLNP program. This program is free to eligible participants and is delivered at CNLC, also in partnership with AMES.

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When

Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class

Where

20 Princes St
Carlton North, VIC 3054

Type

  • Class / Group Sessions

Price: $50.00

 

Notes:

Course Costs

Tuition Fee: Fees for our government funded courses are set at $1.08 per...

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Notes:

Course Costs

Tuition Fee: Fees for our government funded courses are set at $1.08 per hour.
Tuition Fees for Concession Card Holders: Tuition fees are set at the maximum cost of $50 per year.
Amenities Fee: CNLC charges a $30 amenities fee per year to all students.
Limited spaces are available for non-permanent residents at a charge of $7.20 per hour, plus amenities fee.

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The teachers

About us

Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre (CNLC) began in 1974 as a drop in centre operating for a few hours...

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About us

Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre (CNLC) began in 1974 as a drop in centre operating for a few hours a week and run by volunteers. CNLC is now run by a community-based committee of management, operating every weekday, some nights of the week and some weekends. The main activities of the Centre are Further Education and Community Development classes and programs, and the provision of community information.

CNLC is located at 20 Princes Street, Carlton North. The Centre is open to the general community. with focus on local people who are experiencing disadvantage. Centre participants come from a diverse range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds and age groups.

The committee currently employs two coordinators - the Centre Manager and a Further Education Co-ordinator, who work together as a team. It also employs over 20 tutors, volunteers and program staff. The funding for the position is derived from the Department of Victorian Communities ‘Neighbourhood House Coordination Program’ (NHCP) as well as Adult Community and Further Education funding.

VISION
An active learning community

ORGANISATIONAL VALUES
• A sense of belonging and security, Mutual respect, Diversity and Inclusiveness, Responding to the community, Tradition and innovation, Integrity and professionalism

STATEMENT OF PURPOSES
• Work with the people of Carlton and surrounding areas to promote social justice, lifelong learning and a sense of community.
• Advocate for social, economic, educational and environmental improvement.
• Actively respond to community and individual needs in our local and wider culturally & socio-economically diverse community
• Provide access, support, and pathways for adult education, training and employment and community participation.
• Provide a broad range of community based basic adult education programs:
• Accredited and non accredited courses in language and literacy
• Basic information technology programs, including specialist and user pays courses
• General preparatory and vocational programs
• Provide a broad range of personal and social support programs and services for community development including
• Information and referral
• Drop-in program
• Social and recreational programs
• Outreach programs
• Space for support groups and individuals to operate activities.
• Participate in education and community networks and work closely with communities of interest to best serve community needs.
• Develop partnerships with local and wider interest based agencies to undertake joint projects.
• Ensure responsible financial management and secure funds for organisational advancement and improvement.

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