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Our Courses

Inclusion Training is focused on delivering education and training to support the inclusion of people with a
disability in the community. We offer a range of face to face courses to meet the needs of our community.

Our online courses are aimed at people who are looking to learn more about how they can support a person with
a disability in our community.

Course Details

Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) addresses the education and training needs of adults who need to improve their literacy, basic maths and general education skills to access further study, employment or to participate in the community.

Course structure

Read the 2019 2020 Sunshine Course Outline here

To be eligible for the award of 22476VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) learners must successfully complete a total of 16 units comprising:

  • Core – 2 units
  • Core Skills Reading and Oracy – 3 units
  • Core Skills Writing – 3 units
  • Core Skills Numeracy and Mathematics – 4 units
  • Special interest electives – 4 units which can be selected from units listed in the Special Interest Electives, which have not been previously completed.

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Our Courses

Inclusion Training is focused on delivering education and training to support the inclusion of people with a
disability in the community. We offer a range of face to face courses to meet the needs of our community.

Our online courses are aimed at people who are looking to learn more about how they can support a person with
a disability in our community.

Course Details

The Course I in General Education for Adults addresses the education and training needs of adults who need to improve their literacy, basic math and general education skills to access further study, employment or to participate in the community.

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Course structure

To be eligible for the 22471VIC Course in Initial General Education for Adults, learners must successfully complete a total of 11 units comprising:

  • Core – 1 unit
  • Core Skills Reading and Oracy – 3 units Core Skills Writing – 3 Units
  •  Core Skills Numeracy and Mathematics – 4 units

Sample Units

Code Units units Nominal hours
VU22342 Identify learning objectives 20
VU22343 Engage with short simple text for personal purposes 20
VU22344 Engage with short simple text for learning purposes 20
VU22346 Engage with short simple text to participate in the community 20
VU22348 Create short simple tests for personal purposes 15
VU22349 Create short simple tests for learning purposes 15
VU22350 Create short simple tests for employment purposes 15
VU22352 Recognise numbers and money in simple, highly familiar situations 25
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Our Courses

Inclusion Training is focused on delivering education and training to support the inclusion of people with a
disability in the community. We offer a range of face to face courses to meet the needs of our community.

Our online courses are aimed at people who are looking to learn more about how they can support a person with
a disability in our community.


Certificate I in Transition Education which provides learners who have low literacy and numeracy skills the opportunity to build confidence and better engage with employment, community, learning and personal domains. The focus of the curriculum is to enable learners to find the most appropriate options for them in the community while engaging in further training after leaving school. This may include employment, volunteer work or further study.

Course structure

Read the 2019 2020 Course Outline here

To be eligible for 22301VIC Certificate I in Transition Education learners must successfully complete a total of 10 units:

  • 6 core
  • 4 electives

Selection of electives must reflect the integrity and intent of the qualification.

Designed for school leavers, we offer a 2 year transition program which offers you education and training alongside daily activities in a structured group setting. This enables you to explore and trial community based activity options while gaining practical life skills and training, equipping you with the tools you need for a more independent lifestyle.

Participants:

  • Learn about the many options available to be involved in your local community
  • Try out a range of volunteering, work experience, social & recreational roles in community organisations and local businesses
  • Enrol and complete a Certificate I in Transition Education (22301VIC) with Inclusion Training (TOID: 6404)
  • Become informed about topics such as self-advocacy, rights and responsibilities
  • Gain practical skills for everyday living, such as using public transport, road safety, literacy and numeracy
  • Share experiences with others who have already benefitted from living life their way
  • Develop friendships and support for families by ensuring that a daily structure is in place
  • Gain additional support from trained and individually matched volunteer mentors

Participants work towards completing the course over two years. At this time participants will also have a personalised schedule of activities and opportunities that connects them to work, volunteering or further education in their local community. Once you complete your training, we work with people to continue to build a meaningful life in the community.

Our Courses

Inclusion Training is focused on delivering education and training to support the inclusion of people with a
disability in the community. We offer a range of face to face courses to meet the needs of our community.

Our online courses are aimed at people who are looking to learn more about how they can support a person with
a disability in our community.

Course Details

Course in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy provides learners who have low literacy and numeracy skills with the opportunity to build confidence and re-engage with learning. It is also the first step of the pathway to accredited training qualifications.

Course structure

Read the 2019 2020 Malvern East Course Outline here
Read the 2019 2020 Sunshine Course Outline here

Course in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy has been designed to allow for flexible selection of units from a bank of specific literacy and numeracy units. This is to maximise the opportunities for diverse learners with an intellectual disability to engage with learning.

To be eligible for 22294VIC Course in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy, learners must successfully complete a total of 7 units comprising:

  • 2 literacy units from the literacy unit list
  • 2 numeracy units from the numeracy unit list
  • 3 additional units that have not previously been completed.
Course I in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy

Download a PDF of 22294VIC – Course in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy

Our Courses

Inclusion Training is focused on delivering education and training to support the inclusion of people with a
disability in the community. We offer a range of face to face courses to meet the needs of our community.

Our online courses are aimed at people who are looking to learn more about how they can support a person with
a disability in our community.

Course Details

Certificate I in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy provide learners who have low literacy and numeracy skills with the opportunity to build confidence and better engage with employment, community, learning and personal domains.

Course structure

Read the 2019 2020 Malvern East Course Outline here
Read the 2019 2020 Sunshine Course Outline here

Certificate I in Initial Adult literacy and Numeracy has been designed to allow for flexible selection of specific literacy and numeracy units. This is to maximise the opportunities for diverse learners with an intellectual disability to engage with learning.

To be eligible for 22293VIC Certificate I in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy, learners must successfully complete a total of 11 units comprising:

  • 3 literacy units from the literacy units list
  • 3 numeracy units from the numeracy units list
  • 5 literacy and/or numeracy units from the lists that have not previously been completed.