Education and training

 

As part of our program of support, we link people of all ages into education and training. Whether it’s ensuring that children affected by homelessness are supported through school with our Children’s Tutor Program or supporting adults who have been long term unemployed by helping them learn new skills to get back into the workforce.

Two of our services are dedicated to ensuring education and training opportunities for clients. You can read more by clicking on the links below.

Youth Foyer

On any given night in Victoria, around 4,000 young people are homeless. Of this number, over 50 percent are not involved in education or employment. To help address this issue, Hanover and the Brotherhood of St Laurence in association with the Kangan Institute have established a Youth Foyer in Broadmeadows. Funded by the State Government of Victoria, the Foyer will be the first of its kind in Victoria.

Employment Services

Hanover is one of only five organisations in Australia to provide employment services specifically for people experiencing, or at risk of homelessness. Funded by the Commonwealth Department of Employment, Education and Workplace Relations’ Job Services Australia program, we work actively to support Centrelink clients and our clients access employment and education and training opportunities.

Employment services

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Youth Foyers

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