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Centre For Adult Education 70th Anniversary

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Event:
A Celebration of 70 years of Adult Learning


Do you want to learn a new skill? CAE celebrates 70 years of adult learning at Federation Square on Tuesday 24 October and they will have heaps of information on adult learning classes.

CAE is Melbourne's leading centre for creative adult learning courses and they are celebrating by showcasing their many courses on offer.




There will be lots of workshops like sketching, flower arranging and languages. Or maybe you would like to learn about food tastings, entertainment, or even walking tours?

The birthday celebrations start at 10am and run right through until 3pm, so get yourself down to Federation Square and see where your next creative pursuit will take you.

Adult learning courses can be heaps of fun. Not only do you learn a new skill but you can meet like-minded people as well.

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If you're a foodie ask about cooking lessons. Photo courtesy of CAE website.


CAE has something for everyone, whether you are looking for a career change or just want to add to your current skills. Remember, you are never too old to learn a new skill.

See you at Federation Square. You can also click on the following links for more information about the courses CAE offers -

CAE Homepage click here.
Short Courses information available here.
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Why? You're never too old to learn something new
When: Tuesday 24 Oct 2017
Where: Federation Square
Cost: Free
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The very high cost of CAE courses has knocked them way out of the reach of many, especially those on disab pension. An occasional $5-10 discount does nothing to assist.
Yes, they want to make money, & tutors paid, but the CAE is now only for the well cashed-up.
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