Education and Training

Education and training

Adult Migrant English Program

Telephone: 8946 6578
The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) provides English courses in Darwin, Palmerston and regional areas of the Northern Territory.

Charles Darwin University

Telephone: 8946 6666
Contains information on courses and programs, on-line application and enrolments.

Community Pathways Program

Telephone: 8948 2185 (Darwin) / 8931 3006 (Palmerston)
The Community Pathways Program offers day services to people with a disability. “My Life Program” maintains and develops life skills and increases independence.

First Aid Training

Telephone: 8922 6221 (Darwin) / 8959 6640 (Alice Springs) / 1300 360 455 (free call)
Nationally accredited first aid courses offered with the most sough after program Provide First Aid, available in a 2 day face to face or 1 day flexible learning format. Fee discounts available to eligible pension or concession card holders.

Food Safety Information Council

Telephone: 0407 626 688 (for media enquiries)
The Food Safety Information Council is a not for profit organisation primarily providing information to consumers on the safe storage, preparation and serving of food in the ‘domestic’ environment. Food Safety Week runs in November and promotes food safety with the aim of reducing the estimated 4.1 million cases of food poisoning in Australia reported every year. Visit the website for information and resources to support a food safety event. 

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