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Our industry experienced trainers can improve your foundation skills for the workplace through comprehensive consultancy services and training programs.

Developing stronger work skills will enhance the productivity of your workplace.

You can improve productivity within the workplace with the Further Education courses offered at Melbourne Polytechnic. By improving the general communication of the people within your workplace, you will see an increase in efficiency.

Creating a more productive and efficient workplace will strengthen your business. We offer a range of workshops and some organisations can receive funding to undertake our courses. Make an enquiry with us to see if your organisation qualifies.

Gain recognition for skills and experience

Your employees have the opportunity to transform their skills and knowledge into a formal, nationally accredited qualification. The skills recognition process can also advance your career.

The Further Education team offer the following assessments to determine the current qualifications and experience of you and your staff:

  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
  • Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) pre-training assessments
  • Onsite Workplace Skills Assessment

Ongoing business support for community focused organisations

Community organisations require a high level of coordination to deliver their services as effectively and reliably as possible. We ensure that the staff within an organisation work together efficiently and amiably.

Our Further Education training can help organise your team to better support the greater community with services such as:

  • customised community specific training
  • volunteer and mentor training for community organisations
  • leadership and governance training for community groups
  • cross cultural communication.

Further Information

Fotina Babalis – Workplace Learning Manager
Phone: 03 9269 1152
Fax: 03 9269 1011



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