Learning for work and life

Find accredited and non-accredited courses around the state to improve your work or life skills.

There are many planned and on-demand courses you can enrol in across the state. You can also come to one of our centres and ask for specific help. Contact your local library about learning opportunities.

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Support for job seekers

Contact your local library or OAC for information on:

  • Searching for jobs online
  • Writing resumes and job applications
  • Returning to learning and more.

See also resources to help with getting a job​.

Free or low-cost accredited training

Contact your local library to find out about accredited training opportunities near you. Courses may cover:

  • Information technology skills
  • Business skills
  • Working in child care.

Form filling help

Support for anyone to help with understanding and completing online and written forms.

Check out what's on near your or ask at your local library or online access c​entre.

Need help getting a work licence?

Want to gain a work licence and need help with rea​​ding, writing and maths? Courses may cover:

  • First aid
  • Forklift operator or boat operator
  • Traffic controller
  • Learner driver.

​English conversation groups

This is for people who can already ask and answer basic questions in English.

Improve your English and have fun while you talk!

See local sessions at Burnie, DeloraineDevonport, Glenorchy, HobartHuonville, Kingston​, Launceston, Rosny and Smithton.

​Reading, writing and maths skills

If you want to improve your reading, writing and maths, we have courses that will help you to do that while you're learning other skills. Or you might prefer to work on your own with a tutor. We can arrange it. Contact someone near you​.​​