Cultura Training is here to help you take the next step towards your future. As leaders in working with people from diverse backgrounds, we have vast experience supporting people with barriers to education.
Explore information about what it’s like to study with Cultura Training with our resources below. This is provided to assist you on your journey to reach your career and learning goals.
If you have any other questions we would be glad to help. Please give us a call, send us an email or visit us at 68-70 Little Ryrie Street, Geelong, 3220. We trust that your time studying with us will be a positive experience as we help you take that step in following your passion. Your future starts here.
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It’s important to read the course overview and see if it is of interest to you and your goals. Our team will talk with you to help you understand what is involved and the opportunities that can come from the study. The team can help you to understand the language, literacy and numeracy skills needed, technology needed, any learning materials, and any support that will help you succeed in your study goals.
The Victorian Government offers funding for courses that are offered at Cultura Training. Contact our friendly team for a no obligation chat about your situation and funding eligibility and current fees and prices.
Our training rooms are all spacious to encourage co-operation and participation in the class. In our lobby, there is kitchen available for student use with free tea and coffee, including a fridge and microwave for use. This is a space students can socialise with other students, enjoy their lunch and interact with our team.
Our primary training location is located in Central Geelong at 68-70 Little Ryrie Street, Geelong. This is centrally located near public transport and also has plenty of metered parking available in the Haymarket carpark on Myers street. Disability car parking and access is available.
Northern Community Hub
There is also training provided at 25-41 Arunga Avenue, Norlane. There is plenty of free on-site parking available and public transport via Bus Route 20.
Phone: (03) 5246 9600
Postal address: PO Box 4118, Geelong 3220
All qualification courses require access to a computer and the internet for course resources and assignment submissions. Computers and free internet (including wi-fi) is available at both campuses for student use. Students are also able to bring their own device into classes to take notes but this is not a requirement.
Cultura Training offers a supportive class environment that encourages student involvement and co-operation. The average class size is between 15 – 20 so that there is time for each student to receive direct support from our qualified trainers but also that the class remains large enough to cater for group learning.
There are two options for studying with Cultura Training:
Trainers provide face to face learning at our two campuses, sharing in their vast industry knowledge and experience whilst also encouraging interactive and co-operative learning. Depending on the course, the class may occur during the day or after work hours in the early evening. This allows for classes to suit students other commitments and to encourage learning in support of work and family commitments.
Study at Work via a workplace-based traineeship
A number of our qualification courses allow for a traineeship to develop your skills while working. Our qualified and experienced trainers will visit you at your workplace to train either once a month or once a fortnight. Through the enrolment process, our team will customise the training to best suit your needs and the needs of your employer. If you need help finding an employer to undertake your traineeship, our team can also help you connect with one of our many partners. Traineeships can be one-on-one or also group training.
Cultura Training encourages feedback to continually improve the experience you have with us.
There are student surveys conducted during training to collect student feedback and suggestions for improvements. Topics covered in these surveys relate to the enrolment process, the suitability of the location, resources and equipment, the quality of training, your trainer, and support services. The results of these surveys are reviewed and included in a continuous improvement plan where the team will take action on survey results and any feedback received.
The government departments may also contact students to be part of a survey, audit or project in relation to your training. This provides feedback on the delivery of training across Victoria. These surveys are not mandatory and our team is able to confirm if you receive unverified requests for information.