CEAD Centre Training Available

August 6, 2018 @ No Comments

The CEAD Centre at the Carriageworks in North Eveleigh, Sydney is an arm of TAFE aimed at providing access to training and pathways to employment for anyone who faces barriers to the traditional education model – be it social, psychological, financial or carer commitments. They offer a number of creative courses (upholstery, carpentry, sign writing) which also tackle community engagement, OH&S, team work and career pathways. It’s completely government funded this semester.

They run the class at the CEAD centre above Carriageworks in North Eveleigh. The class is upholstery/upcycling/furniture repair and runs Mondays 9:30 – 2:30 (flexible on that start time for parents, carers etc). They start next Monday 6th August and run till the end of Nov with a break for school holidays. They can welcome students on the 6th or the following Monday 13th as well. There is a carpentry class and a sign writing class offered on a similar basis. The attached flier has details for all 3.

Students need to be Australian residents, and not have completed this course before. The courses are intended for those who don’t have access to other options such as private education, but aren’t means tested. Students will need a “Unique Student Identifier” or USI number, which they can help them register for on the day.

Maaike Pullar from the centre would love to hear directly from students planning to attend from the 13th so they can report on expected class numbers mid next week. Contact details are on the attached flyers.

For more details, please see the attachments below:





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