The Benalla Flexible Learning Centre (BFLC) is one of four campuses of the North East Flexible Network, situated in Benalla Vic. The focus is on re-engaging Benalla’s vulnerable young people with education and to support them to participate positively with the Benalla and wider communities.
small class sizes and individualised learning programs
an initiative of the Dept Ed and Training and Wodonga Senior secondary college
Our Tutoring Program is a free service offered to families in our communities who experience financial hardships. Sessions are for one hour and they are held on Monday to Thursday from 3:30pm – 6pm at your preferred location, or online.
Volunteer tutors assist children and young people with…
Core Maths, Science, and English subjects
Transition to high school
Higher School Certificate preparation
Basic reading and writing for children and young people with low levels of literacy
Our range of accredited, vocational courses is aimed at helping people increase their workplace skills and broaden their opportunities for employment in their chosen career. All our courses are run by experienced trainers in a supportive environment, where we help you achieve your best.
Skillset Senior College is an innovative, independent senior school for students in Years 10-12. Our mission is to partner with young people who may be experiencing barriers to their education and to support them to complete their secondary schooling.
Our students have the opportunity to undertake NESA (NSW Education Standards Authority) approved courses, leading to a Higher School Certificate (HSC) or Record of School Achievement (ROSA) in an alternative educational setting.
ET Australia Secondary College (ETASC) is an independent high school (Years 7 to 12) that equips students with the literacy and numeracy skills to be successful in employment and/or further study by delivering the mainstream curriculum in a safe and supportive learning environment.
At Prace College, we expose our students to a variety of industries through work placements, projects, career quizzes, Real Industry Job Interviews (RIJI) and trade tasters. Student support is achieved through informal conversations with the student about current hobbies, past interests and future dreams. And, our teachers also play a role in helping to guide students in deciding on potential pathways when they leave PRACE College. Over time, student insights are collated in a Career Action Plan – a roadmap for the student to follow as they start looking towards a future career.
The Young Parents Education Program (YPEP) offers pregnant teens and young parents the opportunity to complete their education in the flexible learning environment. The students students work to obtain a Year 12 qualification, a Certificate 2 industry qualification and pathways plan to smoothly transition to further education, training or employment. Students are encouraged to bring their babies to class with them, and a fully-qualified child care support worker will be onsite during each class to assist with care.
AAFIE acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Elders of Australia, past, present and emerging. AAFIE respects the cultural authority of those who engage in our work now and into the future. AAFIE acknowledges the strengths that young people bring to flexible and inclusive learning programs, and to the Australian Community.