How to become a registered Learn Local organisation
Local providers deliver quality vocational courses for adults that addresses
the particular needs of those adults who have experienced barriers to education
in the past and need some help to take the first step back to education,
training and or employment.
organisations can apply to be registered with the Adult, Community and Further
Education (ACFE) Board. Registered providers are eligible to receive Victorian Government
funding to deliver pre-accredited programs and to apply for a range of
other supports. This pool of funds supports providers to build their capacity
to deliver outcomes for the ACFE Board’s priority learner groups.
The ACFE Board
has developed guidelines and criteria for registration as a Learn Local provider.
For more information on the ACFE Board, see:
Adult, Community and Further Education Board
For more information on registration with the ACFE Board, see:
Guidelines and Criteria for Registration with the Adult, Community and Further Education Board
Business and governance status assessment
As part of the
ACFE Board's funds allocation process, Learn Local providers are required to
have an independent accountant to undertake an assessment of their business and
governance status. This includes identifying if they have the business systems
in place to manage a funding relationship with Victorian Government. The ACFE
Board has developed guidelines which set out the process and the criteria for
assessing the business and governance status of registered providers.
See: Guidelines for assessing the business and governance status of ACFE Board registered organisations
For more information, contact your local regional office: Regional Contacts - Participation Branch.