The Community Colleges Australia (CCA) National ACE Summit has underlined and reinforced the role of not-for-profit community education providers in meeting two crucial national skills goals – expanding the trained aged care workforce through new training, and broadening and deepening foundation skills – language, literacy, numeracy and digital skills.
The CCA National ACE Summit on 29 June includes a major focus on how Australia’s not-for-profit adult and community education (ACE) sector contributes to the training of the aged care workforce. Emma Gleeson, Assistant Secretary, Aged Care Workforce Branch, Australian Government Department of Health (pictured), will deliver a keynote speech on “Support...Read more
The CCA National ACE Summit on 29 June includes a major focus on the role and contribution – both current and future – of how Australia’s not-for-profit adult and community education (ACE) sector can improve the nation’s foundation skills: language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) as well as digital literacy (DL) and...Read more
National not-for-profit and for-purpose community leader David Crosbie (pictured) will deliver a keynote address at CCA’s upcoming National Adult and Community Education (ACE) Summit on 29 June. As the CEO of Community Council for Australia, David Crosbie brings a deep and broad understanding of the role, functions and...Read more
Aged care remains Australia’s most vulnerable societal pressure point, as an aged care worker at a facility in Melbourne has been diagnosed with COVID-19, sending the home into lockdown. Contact tracers have not yet been able to link the aged care worker to an existing case, and Acting Premier James Merlino says...Read more