brite institute

 

We understand the importance of lifelong learning. For more than 25 years we’ve provided high quality training, offering our students the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to follow the career they want.

When you learn at Brite, you’ll be welcomed into a small class where every student is important. Our trainers are experienced educators who want you to succeed.

our brite courses

Short courses
Our short courses will give you skills that can help you build your confidence, go on to get a qualification or find a job.

Short courses cover topics such as:

  • literacy and numeracy
  • gardening
  • catering
  • life skills and much more.
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FAQs

Am I eligible for funding for my training?

There are many factors that determine whether you meet the eligibility criteria for government funding. But if you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident and have not completed qualifications previously, there’s a good chance you could be eligible. The best thing to do is check your eligibility here.  **Please note, Brite Institute does not charge any Tuition fees.

What modes of delivery are offered?

  • Face-to-face learning – New entrants to the field In this delivery mode, all learning occurs in a face-to-face context, on site. All learning material is online, so assessment tasks can be completed in the classroom or at home.
  • Flexible online study (Wholly online) – Currently employed in the field Flexible online study has no face-to-face contact with teachers or other students except for a 6 weekly ZOOM FAQ session. The delivery of all learning resources and assessment occurs online.

How long will it take me to complete my course?

A Certificate III is a great place to kick start your career in aged care /disability or home care. You can complete this level course at Brite Institute in approximately 12 months.

A Certificate IV is a stepping stone in the industry to open more doors, and upskill to a supervisory position. You can complete this level course at Brite Institute in approximately 9 months.

Why should I undertake a Learn Local course?

By taking a Learn Local course you’ll learn from local, not-for-profit providers, subsidised either partially or in full by the Victorian Government. Find out if a Learn Local program is for you here.

How long will it take me to complete my course through Learn Local?

A Certificate III is a great place to kick start your career in aged care, disability, or home care. You can complete this level course at Brite Institute in approximately 12 months.

A Certificate IV is a stepping stone in the industry to open more doors, and upskill to a supervisory position. You can complete this level course at Brite Institute in approximately 9 months.

What delivery modes do you offer?

Brite offers two delivery modes; face-to-face learning and flexible online study.

 

Face-to-face learning is primarily for new entrants to the field. In this delivery mode, all learning occurs in a face-to-face context, on site. All learning material is online, so assessment tasks can be completed in the classroom or at home.

Flexible online study is a wholly online delivery mode and is suited best for people currently employed in the field. Flexible online study has no face-to-face contact with teachers or other students except for a 6 weekly Zoom FAQ session. The delivery of all learning resources and assessment occurs online.

We are a registered training organisation RTO 3834.