The Flinders Uni are running a new program called “Access Uni” which is starting on Monday, 9th February.
The program is designed for people who would like to study at university level but do not have the confidence or basic academic skills required to be successful at higher education (University or TAFE).
Participants will complete Certificate III in General Education for Adults at community centres or Certificate IV in English Proficiency at the Migrant Resource Centre.
What are the benefits of studying this program?:
- FREE program
- Run at a Community Centre (Glandore, Aberfoyle or Hackham West) or Migrant Resource Centre in the city
- Partnership with TAFE SA
- 16 weeks part time (4 hours x 2 days each week) OR 19 weeks, 4 days/week at MRCSA
- Crèche available
- Lunch provided
- Centrelink job seeker approved activity (full time student)
If you are interested an information session will be held at the Glandore Community Centre, 25 Naldera Street, Glandore on Friday, 30th January at 10am.
If you would like more information please phone Jane Brzezinski on 8201 7881 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click this link for more information online: http://blogs.flinders.edu.au/flinders-news/2015/01/20/never-too-late-to-learn/