Welcome to Narre Community Learning Centre
Neighbourhood House Classes
Live Again and Learn Craft Group, Live Again and Learn Guest Speakers, Slimmers Club, Pilates, Walking Groups, Share and Care for Mature Adults, French Conversation, Basic Digital Photography SLR, Photoshop Elements for Photographers, Butter Cream for Beginners, Sendout Cards Business Opportunity Workshop, Guitar – Beginner & Intermediate, Cake Decorating & Sugar Art – Beg & Int
Online Professional Development
Assertive Communication Behaviours, Change Management, Delivering Training at Work, Project Management, Time Management, Supervision: Action or Attitude
Accredited Short Courses (Food, RSA & First Aid)
First Aid: Provide First Aid, Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Course in First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis, Provide First Aid Level II – update | Food & RSA: Level 1 for Basic Food Handlers, Level 2, Level 1 & Level 2 (Supervisors) | Responsible Service of Alcohol
English Literacy Programs
Life Skills for Community Living, Reading, Writing and Communication Skills
Microsoft Office 2013 Level 1, Microsoft Excel Level I, Microsoft Excel 2013 Level 2, Computer Foundation Skills, MS Onenote 2013, WIX Websites
Jolly Gym, Playgroup (0 to 5 years), Funtime Pre-Kinder Group (must be 3yo at 30/4), Little Da Vinci’s (18 months and up), Jewellery for Kids 8-12
Youth Education, Training & Apprentice Programs
VCAL (Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning) Foundation (yr10), Intermediate (yr11) or Senior (yr12), CGEA (Certificate I in General Education for Adults, yr9), CGEA2 (Certificate II in General Education for Adults, yr10)
Room & Hall Hire
Narre Community Learning Centre is a Registered Training Organisation. Provision of vocational education is one of our primary objectives.
NCLC is committed to quality education and training for all students. Student safety and welfare is of utmost concern to us. NCLC encourage individuals with disabilities to access funded training.
Our teachers are fully qualified and we provide up-to-date resources and facilities.
What Inspires Us (Our Vision)
To be the Australian leader of organisations with the intended goal to improve the lives of community members through innovative learning and support.
What We Do (Our Mission)
To provide vocational education as a primary purpose, as well as learning, community development and support.
NCLC welcomes any feedback from clients and stakeholders and is committed to continuous improvement across the entire organisation.
Feel free to explore our site in more detail using the navigation menu above, you’ll find everything you need from frequently asked questions, enrolment forms and more. Fees for courses which attract Government subsidies are listed in the flyers through the Accredited VET Courses link or the Youth Courses link. All other course fees are contained in the course guide. Still got a question? Then feel free to contact us via the site by clicking here
The new NCLC Careers website is now up and running – click here to enter!