The Adult, Community and Further Education Board has recently launched a new website for the Learn Local education and training sector: Learn Local
The website makes it easy to learn more about eh 316 diverse Learn Local non-for-profit providers that deliver government subsidised training. It includes a range of features such as learners’ stories, a Learn Local provider search function, news and events and an easy way to browse study options.
Learn Locals help over 110,000 learners each year to upgrade their skills or develop new ones.
The Central Ranges LLEN has developed many partnerships with Learn Locals across Murrindindi (Murrindindi Training Institute), Mitchell (Flexible Learning Options) and Macedon Ranges (Training Needs Analysis and Flexible Learning Options), who are crucial in providing flexible training options for young people and community.