Education & Employment
Dyslexia Support and Advocacy
Square Pegs aims to improve recognition, understanding and action for children with dyslexia, so that all children can enjoy learning and reach their potential.
Let’s Talk English Conversation Group
et’s Talk English conversation group is a fun way for recently arrived migrants to learn, practice and improve their English.
The Kickstart Arts’ Creative Exchange is our flagship workshop program available for all members of the community to access, including one-off workshops, short courses and ongoing classes such as yoga.
Living and Learning
Living and Learning is a range of courses, classes, certified and non-certified training that is scheduled throughout the year.
A myGov account is a secure way to access government services online with one login and one password. It can help you access and track your Centrelink assistance online.
Student Assistance Scheme (STAS)
When your child goes to a Tasmanian Government school you will find that there are costs that you will need to pay. If you are eligible, there are a number of financial assistance schemes available to assist you to cover costs, such as the Student Assistance Scheme (STAS).
Financial help if you’re between 22 and Age Pension age and looking for work. It’s also for when you’re sick or injured and can’t do your usual work or study for a short time.
Join thousands of Australians who are taking our free courses on everything from how to access the internet, using your device and keeping in touch with others online.
Personal Safety Education for Children
Ditto's Keep Safe Adventure Show teaches children protective behaviours in a non-confrontational, fun and engaging fashion.
Equal Opportunity Tasmania has a range of training available to community groups, government organisations, schools and private business. We also offer community information sessions on discrimination and related issues.