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FREE language, literacy and numeracy training. The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is a FREE training program for anyone aged 15 – 64 years who is a registered job seeker with Centrelink.Find out more »
A follow on course from Microsoft Word - Beginners or those competent with Word.
Learn to more features and functions including advanced tables, graphics, mail merge, headers and footers, styles & themes and printing.Find out more »
This course is a ‘career taster’ designed to embed the pre-employment skills sought by local employers in the community services sector, and also to prepare learners to explore employment and training pathways for roles such as: Health Services Assistant Personal Care Assistant / Personal Care Worker Disability Support Worker Environmental Services Assistant (cleaning etc.) Food Services Assistant Days: Thursdays and Fridays (12 sessions) 21 May – 26 June 2020 Venue: Online Distance training delivered online via Zoom Time: 9:30am –…Find out more »
For intermediate users of Excel, learn more complex functions to further progress your skills.
Includes outlining data, Count, CountA, filtering data, freezing panes, sparklines, Countif, sharing a workbook and more.
Must be completing Food Handlers on the same day or have completed it through us in the last 12 months.
Provides the skills required to prevent, recognise and address food handling hazards as well as supervise other people handling food to ensure that food handling is carried out correctly and safely.Find out more »
COTA Victoria is leading a new innovative project to support jobseekers 50 years and over into paid work. Participants in the innovative project are supported to re-skill and find paid work, focusing on providing training to gain employment in the aged care and disability sectors, to meet a growing demand in Victoria. Learn more about the project in the newsletter article. The Reach, Train, Employ Project is for job seekers in the Brimbank, Melton and Bacchus Marsh areas who are…Find out more »