Accommodation is available in Burnie, Alanvale, Newstead, Claremont, Clarence, Rosny, New Town and Mount Nelson.
The National School Chaplaincy Program is a voluntary program that assists school communities to support the spiritual, social, and emotional wellbeing of their students. This can include support and guidance about ethics, values, relationships and spirituality; the provision of pastoral care; and enhancing engagement with the broader community.
The Tasmanian Home Education Advisory Council was established in 1993 to advise the Minister for Education and the general public on matters to do with home education and to register and monitor individual home education programs.
Years 11 and 12 Education
TasTAFE – Whether you want a course to fill a skill gap, you have a longer-term plan to reach certificate or diploma level, or you want to gain credit into a university course, the Tasmanian Polytechnic can help.
University of Tasmania – Many college courses or Polytechnic programs provide a pathway to further study at university, or you may be eligible for entry through recognition of relevant experience and background.
LINC Tasmania – Your local LINC offers a range of services that include leisure and lifestyle courses, employment courses, one to one support, help with reading, writing and maths and small group training.
Skills Tasmania – If you are interested in getting information about apprenticeships or traineeships, or general information about VET courses and programs, Skills Tasmania is your entry point.
myfuture – is Australia’s national online career information and exploration website, and provides a wide range of resources to help you (and your child) make career decisions, plan career pathways and manage work transitions.