Here we are - almost at the end of another crazy year! We have all worked hard to make the best of difficult circumstances and we are especially proud of our AMAZING students and teachers! Thank you for your dedication and enthusiasm, and WELL DONE!
We will be celebrating at the GEALC CERTIFICATE CEREMONY - TOMORROW! Check the poster below for times. Can't wait to see you there!
Please note these key dates:
*Last day of classes for 2021 - Friday 10 December
*Online enrolments for 2022 open on 15 December for Technology & JobReady courses (for English classes please advise through this form: Glen Eira Adult Learning Centre - 2022 Class Options Survey)
*GEALC office closed from 17 December to 17 January
Check out our new 2022 Brochure below as well!
On Tuesday we had a most informative and useful information session about LIFE AFTER LOCKDOWN. Thank you to Nurse Karen Bellamy from Monash Health, Erin Joyce from Alfred Mental and Addiction Health and Klara Bojanic from Services Australia for sharing their knowledge and resources! See below for more details.
The most important thing now is to keep Australia CovidSafe! Keep up your amazing work by:
getting tested (when you have ANY sy mptoms or if you are a close contact)
following all COVIDSafe rules
As you know, we are here at GEALC to help and support you so if you need anything, please get in touch.
TOMORROW!!!! CLICK THE POSTER TO LET US KNOW IF YOU ARE GOING TO ATTEND
"WALK & TALK" BACK IN PERSON IN 2022! JOIN US FOR A WALK TOGETHER IN THE FRESH AIR! CONVERSATION & CONNECTION
We ask all GEALC AMEP students to please complete the Individual Pathway Guide (IPG) Form.
This is a requirement for us to receive funding.
Click to complete (approximately 10-15 minutes): https://forms.office.com/r/ZGZ5hK0XjA You only need to complete the form once. Please contact Lindy if you have any difficulty with this.
CLICK ON IMAGES FOR MORE DETAILS MONASH HEALTH VACCINATION BUS MAKING VACCINATION EASY, ACCESSIBLE AND LOCAL!
CONNECTING COMMUNITIES TO CARE To our fantastic over-65 students and community members! We are looking for some people to help with an important new project – Connecting Communities to Care. If you are OVER 65, then we need your help to design a newSocial Connection program with some amazing organisations (Bolton Clark, Alfred Health, Primary Health Network, Ian Potter Foundation and others). Please look at the poster attached and email firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know if you are able to help. Thank you in advance for your help – you will be assisting LOTS of people with your involvement.
16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence runs from 25 November to 10 December. The 2021 global theme is “Orange the World: End violence against women now!”
The international campaign was started by the Women’s Global Leadership Institute in 1991, and now runs annually. It begins each year on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs until Human Rights Day. The aim is to call for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls.
Nearly 1 in 3 women have been abused in their lifetime. In times of crises, the numbers rise, as seen during the COVID-19 pandemic and recent humanitarian crises, conflicts and climate disasters.
While the pandemic of violence against women is not new, it’s not inevitable, unless we stay silent.