Wyndham Community and Education Centre is open to the public.
Please call 9742 4013 to speak to someone about a program or service, or for further information.

WYNDHAM COMMUNITY & EDUCATION CENTRE

IMPROVING LIVES

STRENGTHENING COMMUNITIES

Wyndham CEC is committed to promoting a culture of gender equality and the value of a diverse workforce.

Employment Services

A range of programs & services to support people on their journey to employment.

Employment Services

A range of programs & services to support people on their journey to employment.
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Education & Training

A range of education & training programs for adults including certificate & diploma courses.

Education & Training

A range of education & training programs for adults including certificate & diploma courses.
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Short Courses

Short courses that provide the confidence and skills for further education & employment.

Short Courses

Short courses that provide the confidence and skills for further education & employment.
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Community Strengthening

Community activities and social enterprise programs that improves lives & strengthens communities.

Community Strengthening

Community activities and social enterprise programs that improves lives & strengthens communities.
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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & CARE

BOOK NOW FOR 2023

Now is the perfect time to book your place in our new programs commencing in 2023:

  • Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care CHC30121
  • Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care CHC50121
Develop your career in early childhood education with Wyndham CEC now!
WHAT'S ON AT WYNDHAM CEC

Connecting Carers Program

The Connecting Carers Program supports unpaid carers achieve balance in their lives by providing them with one-on-one support in a range of areas including: providing information on carer respite programs; identifying opportunities for greater social engagement; enrolment in training or short courses; seeking employment that fits their carer time commitments.

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Upcoming Programs

Information on upcoming programs. In addition, on the final page, is a summary of all our accredited training and short course programs, which include website links for clients / case managers to enquire or enrol.

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To the COVID-19 vaccine rollout

COVID-19 vaccines Vaccination against COVID-19 is recommended for all individuals 12 years of age and over. All people in Australia aged 12 years old and over are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Children aged 12-15 in priority groups can book now. Priority groups include children whohave severe asthma, diabetes, epilepsy and other serious medical conditions; are Aboriginaland Torres Strait Islander; live in remote communities; are on the National Disability InsuranceScheme or are living with a disability requiring frequent assistance with activities of dailyliving. Bookings for

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COVID-19 Disaster Payment – Translated

If you’ve been in a COVID-19 hotspot or are subject to a period of restricted movement you may be able to get the COVID-19 Disaster Payment. Arabic Assyrian Chinese – Simplified Chinese – Traditional German Greek Hindi Indonesian Italian Khmer Korean Macedonian Maltese Punjabi Russian Sinhalese Spanish Tagalog Turkish Vietnamese

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A COLD OR COVID?

The only way to be sure is with a FREE Covid-19 test at thefirst sign of any symptom. ONLY A TEST CAN TELL For testing locations, visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au/<language>or call the COVID-19 hotline on 1800 675 398 and press 0 foran interpreter. Authorised by the Victorian Government, Melbourne. Winter Testing Cold & Flu Amharic Winter Testing Cold & Flu Arabic Winter Testing Cold & Flu Assyrian Winter Testing Cold & Flu Bengali Winter Testing Cold & Flu Korean Winter Testing Cold & Flu Macedonian Winter Testing

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Restrictions have changed for Metropolitan Melbourne – Translated

Restrictions have changed for Metropolitan Melbourne. Alongside current restrictions, there is now a curfew in place for Metropolitan Melbourne. You must stay home from 9 pm and 5 am The five reasons to leave home still apply Find out more at coronavirus.vic.gov.au/<language>Or call the COVID-19 hotline on 1800 675 398 and press 0 for an interpreter Lockdown Restrictions Curfew (17 Aug) Amharic Lockdown Restrictions Curfew (17 Aug) Arabic Lockdown Restrictions Curfew (17 Aug) Assyrian Lockdown Restrictions Curfew (17 Aug) Bengali Lockdown Restrictions Curfew (17 Aug)

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EVERY BUSINESS OR VENUE YOU ENTER, CHECK IN – Translated – Arabic, Urdu & Somali

Victoria, checking in has changed. Every time you go to work, enter a business, shop or supermarket, visit a community venue, or attend a place of worship, you need to check in. Checking in helps us stop the spread of coronavirus, and protects our businesses, our communities, and each other. For more information visit CORONAVIRUS.vic.gov.au/languageor call the COVID-19 hotline on 1800 675 398 and press 0 for an interpreter.   Arabic Urdu Somali

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Goodbye COVID Let’s do this, Victoria. Get the #JabDone

Goodbye COVID Let’s do this, Victoria. Get the #JabDone Find out how you can get vaccinated against COVID-19 Check your eligibility and visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au to book your appointment Amharic Arabic Assyrian – Chaldean Cantonese – Traditional Chinese Chin Hakha Dari Dinka English Greek Hindi Italian Karen Mandarin – Simplified Chinese Oromo Punjabi Somali Tigrinya Turkish   Urdu Vietnamese

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Using QR Codes to Check In – Translated

How do I check in? Checking in with your phone is easy. Use your camera on your phone to scan the QR code, then enter your contact details. You might need to download the Service Victoria app. You will only need to download this app once. Using QR codes to check in wherever you go helps contact tracers to contain outbreaks. Information provided will only be used for contact tracing. If you don’t have or can’t use a smartphone, a staff member or someone at

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COVID-19 Disaster Payment and Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment – Translated 63 Languages

COVID-19 financial support is now available. This product informs people about the COVID-19 Disaster Payment and the Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment. Albanian Amharic Arabic Armenian Assyrian Bengali Bosnian Bulgarian Burmese Croatian Dari Dinka Dutch Farsi Finnish French German Greek Gujarati Hakha-Chin Hazaragi Hebrew Hindi Hmong Indonesian Italian Japanese Karen Khmer Kirundi Korean Korean Lao Macedonian Malayalam Malayalam Nepali Pashto Polish Portuguese Punjabi Rohingya Romanian Russian Samoan Serbian Sinhalese Slovak Slovenian Smplified-Chinese Somali Spanish Swahili Tagalog Tamil Thai Tibetan Tigrinya Traditional-Chinese Turkish Ukrainian Ukrainian Vietnamese

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      WHERE ARE WE?

      Wyndham CEC
      MAIN OFFICE
      20 Synnot Street, Werribee
      We are within walking distance of the
      Werribee train station and local bus stops.

      Contact 9742 4013 or

      enquiries@wyndhamcec.org.au
      for more information about
      Wyndham CEC programs
      and services.

      OTHER LOCATIONS

       

      SYNNOT STREET
      4 Synnot Street Extension
      Werribee VIC 3030
      Melways map 205 K8

       

      WAYAPERRI HOUSE
      106 Duncans Road
      Werribee VIC 3030
      Melways map 206 B9

      ABOUT WYNDHAM CEC

       

      Wyndham Community & Education Centre Inc. (Wyndham CEC) offers quality community programs and education opportunities to the local community.

      Founded over 40 years ago, Wyndham CEC is one of Victoria’s largest Adult & Community Education providers and a leader in supporting people and communities to make positive changes for their future.