Pre-accredited Quality Framework
This is a quality improvement mechanism and curriculum
framework that supports teachers and managers plan, develop, teach and review pre-accredited courses. It incorporates a variety of new resources including an updated A-frame.
Pre-accredited work experience
Pre-Accredited Work Experience is industry-hosted work experience, supervised by a Learn Local provider trainer, which exposes learners to employability skills in a real world setting. It links directly to the Pre-Accredited Quality Framework and the pre-accredited A-Frame. Pre-Accredited Work Experience is designed to be a ‘step up’ program which will prepare learners for future accredited training and employment. The ACFE Board has released Pre-Accredited Work Experience guidelines based on current best practice in the Learn Local sector.
Learn Local Partnership Support Package
Learn Local providers have demonstrated their ability to develop both formal and informal networks and establish partnerships. To further support these endeavours the Learn Local
Partnership Support Package has been developed.
Intel® Learn Easy Steps
Intel® Learn Easy Steps program provides a unique opportunity for Learn Local providers to access an internationally-recognised digital literacy program with associated training and curriculum support.
The Learn Local Regional
Data Packs support Learn Local providers’ strategic development of delivery plans detailing the pre-accredited programs they propose to deliver for the 2016 contractual period, the target learner population and the location of delivery.
Learn Local brand toolkit
Tools and resources developed to assist registered Learn Local providers in their marketing and communications. It includes the template for the Certificate of Participation for Pre-accredited Training, Learn Local brand guidelines, logos and templates.
Opportunity for Learn Local providers to leverage the ACFE Board's partnership with Microsoft. See the
support service is available for Learn Local providers to gain advice on the delivery of programs.
E-learning uses digital technology to design, deliver and assess learner competence.
Who we work with
who we work with; a list of organisations which support the Learn Local sector.
Fire Risk Management
Self-assessment tool for use by Learn Local providers to assess their levels of
Other products and resources
The ACFE Board produces a range of publications and research to support the Learn Local sector policy development and implementation.
The ACFE Board provides opportunities for Learn Local providers to develop and implement different projects. In some cases, Learn Local providers develop products which have the potential to be shared across the Learn Local and Vocational Education and Training (VET) sectors via the ACFE website. Learn Local providers that have a product they have developed through ACFE funding that they would like to share are invited to submit an application for consideration.