The Centre for Foundation and Language Skills is a recognised state leader in Foundation Skills development. We deliver:
Our courses are offered at Kangan Institute's Broadmeadows and Richmond campuses, with a choice of day and evening classes.
Our training facilities include an Independent Learning Centre (ILC) and Language Laboratories.
The Certificates I in Transition and Work Education are entry-level courses for people with intellectual or learning disabilities. Course numbers are kept deliberately low to enable students to be effectively supported. The courses are designed to improve:
• living skills and consolidate literacy, numeracy and computer skills. who want
• work readiness and learn specific skills to work in retail, horticulture, hospitality, cabinet making, health care assistant or administration.
Students must have evidence of a learning disability.
Are you finding the maths and writing requirements of your course a bit difficult? Maybe you’ve been out of school for a while or just didn’t get the help you needed at school?
You’re not alone!
The Centre for Foundation and Language Skills can provide you with the assistance you need to successfully complete course work.
How do you get assistance? All eligible students are assessed to see what help they need as part of the Student Engagement System and then recommend enrolment as required.
For a customised course, contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9098 5999.
We have some excellent examples of previous student utilising our Learning Support service. You can also access additional Study Support (counselling, and workshops) to help develop strategies to cope with the demands of study. Click here to find out more.
The Centre for Foundation and Language Skills department has provided training or consultancy services for the following organisations: