Thank you from doMore

I'd like to thank you for being involved in the community and the team and I hope that you've received value from being a part of it.

doMore was our original passion project born out of the desire to help connect people wanting to learn something new with experts that could teach them over 10 years ago.

Over the years we have helped almost 70,000 learners connect with one of over 1,500 courses and providers, across the country. For that, we're very proud and grateful for your contribution. also served to teach us about how to help measure and improve business performance and inspired the launch and growth of two other companies as a result, one of which we've decided to dedicate our resources and energy to making great.

We'll be switching the site off on Tuesday 31st of July. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us directly on [email protected].

Thanks again and good luck with your teaching endeavours in the future.

Warm regards,

The doMore team.

Travel Photography

Melbourne, VIC

Subject: Photography

A fun and informative introduction to the art of travel photography. Learn about interacting with other cultures, equipment set-up and other techniques and skills.


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


21 Degraves St
Melbourne, VIC 3000

Skill level

Beginner, Intermediate


The teachers

As an Adult Education Institution, CAE exists to provide learning to the Victorian community through a wide range of programs...

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As an Adult Education Institution, CAE exists to provide learning to the Victorian community through a wide range of programs and services. CAE receives government funding through the Adult Community and Further Education Division (ACFE). This funding supports CAE to deliver accredited courses designed to help adults complete their secondary education and begin or change their career direction. CAE has been in operation for over 60 years and has adapted to meet the continually changing needs of adult learners in Melbourne.

Opening in 1947, the Council of Adult Education was established under Victorian Government legislation with a broad charter to provide adult education.
CAE’s founding director was Colin Badger and the founding chairman, who remained in that role until 1974, was Frank Crean.

On 1st March 2001, Victorian Parliament passed an amendment to the Adult Community and Further Education (AFCE) Act 1991 which effectively meant the Council of Adult Education came under the ACFE Act. At this time, the name of the organisation was changed to the Centre for Adult Education.

In 2003, the relevance of the names ‘Council’ and ‘Adult’ were seen as not a true reflection of the organisation. The existing name denoted institutional and formal connotations and was not inclusive of all students, both young people and adults. On 5th July 2003 the organisation officially became known as CAE.

Activities offered by CAE have changed over the years. In 1947, activities included travelling theatre, drama, dance, music, art exhibits, book groups and a range of other courses and classes. Today, CAE offers a range of programs and services with a strong focus in arts, languages and adult secondary education. Other options include business, computers, human services, languages, wellbeing, fitness and literacy.

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CAE (Centre for Adult Education)