When: Terms 3-4 2020
Mon/Tue/Thu/Fri 9.30am to 2.30pm
Where: Bridge Darebin: Preston
Fees: To be advised; contact our office for details
To enrol: To ensure this course is the right one for you, please contact us to organise a chat and tour of our facilities. Please include your name, phone number and email address.
TTT is an award-winning work-readiness program for learners with additional needs. This practical course supports students to make a successful transition to sustainable employment or further studies. Program graduates can enter employment as confident, skilled and empowered employees.
This program won the Creating Local Solutions Award at the 2019 Victorian Learn Local Awards.
TTT builds work-readiness skills through classroom activities, group work and hands-on learning.
In the classroom, students work together and individually with the trainer and support worker to recognise their own potential employment barriers and develop strategies to manage them. The TTT team meets with each student at key stages in each transition, reviewing and working with the student and their trainer/employer to assist in practical ways to overcome these barriers.
Practical workplace training is provided at Bridge Darebin’s social enterprise café, Moon Rabbit, and our weekly Laneway Lunch program. Students will be assisted through a final stage of transition to employment or further education, with job-hunting support provided.
Watch our video at the top of this page. For all other enquiries contact TTT Program Lead Marina Makushev on firstname.lastname@example.org
ACFE and fee-for-service fees are paid per course, in full, prior to course commencement. In situations of financial hardship, students can apply to email@example.com. Subsidised course fees are available for students who are ACFE-eligible. To be eligible for ACFE funding you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or an Australian permanent resident. Concession price is available for pension and healthcare-card holders for government-funded programs (ACFE). A Victorian Seniors Card is also accepted for non-funded programs. If enrolling online, your concession/pension/seniors card must be presented at our office prior to commencement.
There are no refunds for missed classes. If you wish to withdraw from a course, you must notify us at least five working days before the course begins in order to obtain a refund. Notification of withdrawal must be made in writing and addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. A refund will be made less a $50 administration charge.
Course commencement is subject to sufficient enrolments – minimum and maximum class sizes apply to all courses. In the event of a course cancellation all fees will be refunded in full by direct payment to your nominated bank account. Our fees policy can be provided on request.
On-site child care is available to support parents/grandparents studying at Bridge Darebin. We are registered for the Child Care Subsidy; up to 85% of childcare fees (including 3-year-old kinder) may be claimed by eligible families. Visit www.education.gov.au/ChildCarePackage to confirm your eligibility.
We are closed on public holidays. Some courses may operate during school holidays; your tutor will advise if this is the case.
Bridge Darebin will advise students prior to course commencement if there are course material fees to be paid. This is a separate payment, in addition to the course fee.