Portland WorkSkills Incorporated is a community-based not-for-profit organisation governed by a voluntary, representative board of management.
As a Public Benevolent Institution, WorkSkills is committed to delivering services and programs contributing to the relief of poverty, distress, disability, misfortune and helplessness. To this end, WorkSkills maintains a versatile support fund, The WorkSkills Education, Training and General Support Fund. This fund is aimed at fully or partially supporting access of disadvantaged community members to courses, programs or services that will improve their circumstances and by contributing to the lessening of poverty by enhancing access of disadvantaged people to employment and related assistance.
Portland WorkSkills exists to provide high quality training, education and employment services to the community, particularly disadvantaged and unemployed jobseekers, in order to assist them find employment and enhance their quality of life.
Portland WorkSkills adheres to the Skills First Quality Charter. RSA First Aid learning education adult food handlers certificates aged care home and community care disability studies community services computer classes disabilities information technology access inclusive traineeships qualification RTO training
Nationally recognised and general training services
Learn Local - Adult Education provider
Government Funded Training Programs (Skills First)
Quality referral services to disadvantaged community members
Coordinating the Neighbourhood House Program
Shop 14 Pioneer Plaza (PO Box 188)
PORTLAND VIC 3305
Phone: 03 5523 1645
Fax: 03 5521 7333
Portland WorkSkills occupies Shops 7, 9, 14 and 15 Pioneer Plaza in the heart of Portland, close to substantial parking, Target, the Post Office and Portland's central business district. Shop 14 is the administration centre.
Shop 14 Pioneer Plaza, Portland, Victoria, 3305. Phone: (03) 5523 1645
The Neighbourhood House Coordination Program operates from Pioneer Plaza and 36-38 Waratah Crescent in South Portland.
Contact Portland WorkSkills on (03) 5523 1645 or email us by clicking here.