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Through the Board, the Victorian Government provides funding to community-based organisations, known as registered Learn Local providers, and two adult education institutions, the CAE and AMES Australia, for delivery of education and training programs to a broad range of Victorians over compulsory school-leaving age — young people, older people, people with special needs, people from diverse cultural backgrounds — with a special focus on people who have had limited prior access to education.
Programs are designed to be flexible to meet learners' needs and support them to return to study, improve their literacy and numeracy skills, gain a qualification, broaden their employment options and learn new skills. They have a genuine focus on the individual needs of learners and the flexibility to meet their learning requirements.
For this reason Learn Local is particularly suited to meeting the needs of adult learners of all ages who wish to undertake programs that assist them to gain qualifications and employment. Learn Local providers are governed by voluntary committees of management whose members are drawn from the local community.
They may be small operations with a particular education focus such as basic literacy, or larger, more complex organisations offering programs ranging from basic education to diploma-level qualifications. The community basis and diversity of the organisations is one of the great strengths of Learn Local. These organisations are often the only access point for adults to learning in the area. The Board has 12 members, including a Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson.
Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor-in-Council on the recommendation of the Minister for Training and Skills. The composition of the Board reflects the breadth and diversity of adult education in the community and its links with government, industry and the community sector.