The Adult Community Education (ACE) program provides government funding to community-based organisations that help people develop foundation skills in language, literacy, numeracy, computing, and personal skills.
Community-based learning increases skills and confidence of participants, leading to renewed interest and ability to participate in formal education and training, volunteering or work.
It is delivered in easy to access, informal community settings and delivers both accredited and non-accredited training in response to community needs and demand.
For more information read the Adult Community Education Program policy statement.
ACE Providers are not-for-profit, community-based groups which are able to demonstrate that they have adult education and training as a key focus. They are located in communities across the state and provide low or no cost training in the development of foundation skills.
Community-based groups must apply to be listed as ACE Providers before being eligible to apply for government funding.
If you would like to list your organisation as an ACE Provider in 2012-13 see apply to become an ACE Provider.