Get the skills you need for study, work and life
Community education can help you improve your foundation skills to prepare for study and work. These include:
- computer skills
- other key skills you need for work like communication, teamwork and problem solving.
Foundation skills courses are run in community centres across the state. They can help you move on to further education, including nationally recognised courses and apprenticeships. Take a look through the rest of the website to see what you could do next.
You can get support to boost the skills you need for study, work and life, including:
- using a computer
- speaking and writing English
- communication for work
- office computing skills – tables, charts, graphs, word processing and desktop publishing software, and using the internet
- budgeting – setting financial goals, calculating income and living expenses.
These courses are usually free or low cost. You’ll learn in small groups or one-to-one.