Moe Life Skills acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government in the delivery of its accredited courses across the state of Victoria through its registered training organisation (RTO), Life Skills Education Victoria.
The Department of Education and Training (DET) develops Vocational Educational Training (VET) accredited courses in response to Victorian industry, enterprise and/or community needs where no relevant training package or endorsed units of competency currently exist.
VET courses provide an education that directly relates to getting a job. You will be assessed on your ability to do the tasks necessary for that particular job. These courses will suit you if you enjoy learning in a practical and hands-on environment that has a clear purpose.
Accredited training leads to a formal qualification such as a Certificate or Diploma. We currently offer the following courses:
Certificate I – Transition Education (22301VIC)
The Certificate I in Transition Education is intended to support participants with permanent intellectual disabilities to develop the skills to find the most appropriate option for them in the community after leaving school. This may include employment, volunteer work or further study.
The Certificate I in Transition Education has a broad focus on learning to enable the development of independent living skills, community involvement, understanding rights and responsibilities, identifying and accessing support available in a variety of areas and exploring post course options.
Developing knowledge of strategies to:
- Identify personal goals for community participation or further learning
- Develop independent living skills to participate in activities in the community
- Identify information and resources about everyday activities such as travel, health and participation in recreational activities
- Rights and responsibilities to participate in the community
Developing skills to:
- Develop a personal learning plan to explore different options
- Access information and resources to support independent living skills and activities
- Apply strategies for self development including participation in interpersonal relationships
- Use technology to access information and resources to support independent living skills and activities
Certificate I – Work Education (22302VIC)
The Certificate I in Work Education is intended to support post compulsory school age participants with permanent intellectual disabilities to develop the skills to explore work options and access pathways to further specific vocational education and training. It supports participants to improve their employability and work readiness.
Developing knowledge of:
- Work related WHS procedures and requirements
- Sources of information on a range of industries
- Sources of information to identify the job seeking process and employment opportunities
- Strategies for setting work related goals
- Education/training requirements for specific jobs
Developing skills to:
- Develop a personal vocational plan to explore different options
- Access information and resources to support achievement of vocational goals
- Apply strategies for self development to support workplace participation
- Use technology to access information and resources to support vocational goals