This business activity offers funding opportunities for the development of e-learning approaches to improve the e-literacy, foundation skills and pre-vocational skills of individuals experiencing disadvantage.
Co-investment is sought with partnerships between client support groups, community groups industry and training providers to conduct e-learning programs for e-literacy, foundation and pre-vocational skills. Peak organisations representing disadvantaged groups will be engaged to establish priorities, criteria and community channels for targeting e-learning strategies for their clients.
This activity will support those who are currently excluded or marginally attached to work and learning to gain the skills they need to participate in meaningful and sustainable work.
Applications for round one of the national Partnerships for Participation project closed in November 2011, with 27 projects operating from January to June 2012. Expected outcomes of these projects include:
For more information about this business activity, please contact:
Partnerships for Participation
Please also see the contact details for E-learning Coordinators and Content Services Advisors, on the News and contacts page.