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Latest report shows high level of satisfaction from Pines Learning graduates

In a recent state-wide survey of vocational training students 95% of Pines Learning graduates said they’d recommend us (state average 76%).  And 93% reported that they’d achieved their main reason for training (state average 73%). If you’re considering a new career or wanting to update your skills check out the Qualifications and Skills Sets sections […]

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Adult Learners Week – Read how returning to study changed Lee’s life.

1. Why did you decide to enrol in the Cert III in Individual Support at Pines Learning? I decided to apply for the Cert III Individual Support at Pines Learning because it was close to my home and they were able to offer me the same qualifications for a lot less money than what a […]

New Qualification and new courses coming soon!

We’ve been busy during restrictions and are happy to advise that we have added a new qualification and new courses, which will be coming your way in term 4.  These are: Certificate IV in Disability (CHC43115), Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk (22510VIC), and Course in Identifying, Reporting and Preventing Abuse and-or […]

Stage 4 COVID-19 Shut down

All of us at Pines Learning hope that you, our valued students, are staying safe during this very challenging period. As a result of the recent government restrictions in Melbourne, to play our part in reducing risk to our students, staff and the community, our office will close at 4pm Wednesday 5 August until further […]

The practice of Ahimsa

There are said to be eight ‘limbs’ or guidelines in the practice of yoga. The first of these is the Yamas or restraints of which there are five.  These are the outer observances; the ethics and morals by which a yogi lives. Of these, the first is Ahimsa. Ahimsa means non- killing or non-violence in […]

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