Life Skills

For more information and to enrol Call 03 9376 9088

Tutors: Kathy Bocquet, Donald Wake, Amel Colosimo

Life Skills Cooking

22234VIC Course in Initial General Education for Adult

22235VIC Certificate I General Education for Adult

Work towards achieving 22234VIC - Course in Initial General Education for Adults or 22235VIC - Certificate I in General Education for Adults, while learning to cook fresh, healthy meals to share with the group every week. Classes are designed for people who need support in learning how to plan,prepare, cook (and clean up!) simple, tasty meals. Call FSNLC to find out which is the most suitable class for you.

CGEA (22234VIC) units

VU21282 Develop a learning plan and portfolio with support

VU21283 Engage with short simple texts for personal purposes

VU21286 Engage with short simple texts to participate in the community

VU21290 Create short simple texts to participate in the community

VU21291 Recognise numbers and money in simple, highly familiar situations

VU21295 Recognise and locate simple numerical information in short, simple highly familiar texts



CGEA I (22235VIC) units

VU21297 Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio with guidance

VU21299 Engage with simple texts for personal purposes

VU21302 Engage with simple texts to participate in the community

VU21306 Create simple texts to participate in the community

VU21307 Work with numbers and money in simple familiar situations

VU21311 Work with and interpret simple numerical information in familiar texts

Monday – Thursdays 10am - 1pm

 

   

Mindworks

Pathway program for people living with mental health issues designed to encourage learners to participate in employability skills training and activities. This program is designed to be an extremely accessible and relevant first step back into mainstream adult education in the broader community. Learners enrol into a core program that meets weekly to develop employability skills in the context of:

• developing creative skills including singing, writing, poetry, art and zines production.

• developing speaking skills through listening to guest speakers, and engaging in public speaking opportunities

• employment skills such as interview skills, applying for volunteer positions,

• learning new IT skills

• personal and group project planning and management

• event planning and management

Also includes excursions and site visits to organisations and initiatives such as social enterprise cafes; employment support services; exploring volunteering opportunities in organisations such as community radio stations, opportunity shops etc.

For more information contact 9376 9088 or email ruth@fsnlc.net

Tuesdays 1-4pm

Contact: Ruth Kennedy

Locations: Farnham Street

Cost: free

   

Boomerang Network

Program for people living with mental health issues. Meets weekly to develop skills in peer support and other employability skills. These skills are developed in the context of:

• planning and management of events and outings

• contributing to and preparing a seasonal newsletter

• sourcing and liaising with guest speakers

• supporting and socialising with peers in weekly sessions.

• prepare and share food together.

Tuesdays 1pm - 4pm

Contact Shane Evans 0423 207 516

Cost: free