Short Courses

Work Education

If you’re looking to get into work or gain skills we can offer you a range of courses, from learning animation, textile art, cooking and much more!

We offer short courses designed for those who are affected by a disability, and our class sizes are small in order for you to get the most out of it. You’ll have the opportunity to learn about topics such as animation, café culture, cooking, gardening and gain a certificate of participation. Explore pathways to accredited courses within the Work Education Department. You may also be interested in organisations such as Disability Advocacy Victoria Inc.

Talk to us about where you want to be – we're here to develop your full potential.

Short Courses
Textile Art
This Melbourne Polytechnic program will allow students with a disability and/or learning difficulties to explore every day art and sculptures, and participate community art projects.

Garden Maintenance
In this Melbourne Polytechnic program, students with a disability and/or learning difficulties will plan a garden project.

Choir
Get in tune with Melbourne Polytechnic's short course choir! Students with disabilities and/or learning difficulties will explore various musical styles.

Animation
In this Melbourne Polytechnic program, students with disabilities and/or learning difficulties will explore different aspects of animation and its use in the commercial world. Commercials, cartoons, films and comics are included.

Personal Presentation
This Melbourne Polytechnic program aims to give students with a disability and/or learning difficulty hands-on experiences to assist with personal presentation.

Cafe Culture
In this Melbourne Polytechnic program, students with disabilities and/or learning difficulties will explore the industry via visits to coffee shops.

Woodcraft
This Melbourne Polytechnic course allows students with disabilities and/or learning difficulties to explore working with wood through simple projects.

Life Skills Cooking
In this Melbourne Polytechnic program, students with disabilities and/or learning difficulties will learn how to stock a pantry with cooking essentials, and to cook simple meals on a budget.

A Fitter Me
In this Melbourne Polytechnic training program, students with disabilities and/or learning difficulties will learn about improving their health and wellbeing.



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