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South Australia’s Adult Community Education (ACE) program has been boosted by an additional $3.8m in funding over four years, to deliver quality foundation skills training in accessible and inclusive community settings. This training unlocks the potential of individuals experiencing barriers to learning, training and work.
The additional funding outlined in the recently launched ACE Program Statement, comes after comprehensive consultation with 130 current and potential ACE providers, tutors and participants, human services peak bodies and Australian and State Government departments.
The ACE program is the community learning gateway for people to improve their foundation skills, including literacy, numeracy, digital literacy and employability, in welcoming community settings.
To read the ACE Program Statement, see Adult Community Education.
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