Department of Education and Training
Higher Education and Skills
Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Division Memo
- Registered Learn Local providers
- Statewide providers
- ACFE Board
- ACFE Regional Councils
- Learn Local stakeholders
- ACFE Division staff
From: Jeanette Nagorcka, Executive Director – Adult, Community and Further Education Division
Date: 23 March 2022
Subject: Sharing best-practice pre-accredited online and blended learning programs EOI
Actions and critical dates
- Apply for this initiative by COB Wednesday 13 April 2022.
- Review the Expression of Interest (EOI) documents.
- Submit your EOI by email to with the title Sharing Best Practice and the name of your organisation.
- Register for an online Q and A session on 29 March 2022.
The Learn Local sector has demonstrated agility and innovation in transitioning to online learning to support learners and their engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. The ACFE Board agreed to share existing high-quality online and digital learning programs and apply a quality assurance process for curating those programs.
The Department wants to establish a centralised collection of technology-mediated pre-accredited courses, designed and developed by Learn Locals and available on the Learn Local Secure Portal. Initially, we are looking for 4 to 6 good online or blended learning programs.
The materials can be on any pre-accredited topic and targeted to any one of the ACFE Board's priority learner groups as outlined in the four quadrants of the ACFE Board strategy.
There is no prescribed course length.
All Learn Local providers interested in applying for this initiative need to read the below guidelines and submit the attached expression of interest form by COB on Wednesday 13 April 2022.
Reviewed 23 March 2022