The Flexible Learning Centre (FLC) is an alternative education option for young people seeking to complete their SACE. It enables students to manage work, study and academic success in a program that caters for their individual needs.
The FLC encompasses pastoral care and customised education to meet the diverse educational and personal needs of students who aspire to complete the SACE. The emphasis is on individual development, recognising prior learning and enhancing skills for future participation in the community.
Educators will work with the student to develop an individual curriculum plan designed to meet the student’s specific needs and aspirations. Time allocated in the Centre is flexible and students’ schedules and the availability of space are considerations when constructing a timetable. Activities such as employment, TAFE studies, volunteer and community work, relate to formal learning wherever possible. The program works closely with local employers, education and training providers, government support agencies, volunteer organisations, service organisations, and local health providers, to support and enhance students’ programs of learning.
This program has proved to be successful with students who show independence in their learning and have the motivation to complete their SACE through alternative methods. The flexible pathway provides the scope for students to pursue part-time work and attend TAFE. Students find the one on one and small group instruction offered by educators as an effective strategy to develop their confidence and achieve success.
For further information contact:
Flexible Learning Program Support
Phone: (08) 8724 4634
Senior School Pathways Coordinator
Phone: (08) 8724 4654
Tenison Woods College respectfully acknowledges the Boandik people are the First Nations people of the Mount Gambier South Eastern region of South Australia and pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, past, present and emerging.