Mountain District Learning Centre is a provider of the Victorian State Government Reconnect program. The Reconnect program strives to support Victorians experiencing disadvantage. The program assists participants to overcome the barriers preventing them from engaging in education and training and provides support into further study or employment pathways. MDLC has funded places in the program to assist people aged 17-64 yrs of age who have not been in engaged in education, training or employment for six months or more. MDLC has already successfully completed several rounds of Reconnect with over 80% of participants partaking in further education. Many of these participants have either continued with education or found employment. MDLC is very proud of our achievements & the achievements of our participants.
Mountain District Learning Centre’s Reconnect team of Kerri Gravina – Reconnect Coordinator and Racheal Edwards – Reconnect Case Worker, both work directly with participants to support their learning and wellbeing needs. They assist with reengagement in education by helping them overcome the barriers they may face. Each Reconnect participant receives State Government funding for courses they are interested in, and any service they might require helping maintain their social, emotional, or mental well-being.
MDLC’s Reconnect program helps people build resilience and capability to set them on the path of success.
MDLC also offers cost effective general interest programs, learn local courses and is a Register Training Organisation. These include art/craft activities, health & exercise, adult literacy, computer skills, bookkeeping, smart phone workshops plus events & social activities. MDLC’s RTO offers Industry training in White card – Prepare to work safely in the construction industry & Responsible Serving of Alcohol (RSA).
For more information, you are welcome to contact MDLC on (03) 9758 7859 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Reconnect Program is an initiative of the Victorian Government.
The new course guide for MDLC is out now, you can find it online at www.mdlc.com.au or pick up a copy from various community organisations or your local library.