Werribee Learning Centre
What is the Werribee Learning Centre?
The Werribee Learning Centre is in Wyndham in the south west of Melbourne. The Learning Centre offers courses and foster awareness of programs offered by Deakin and The Gordon. It builds aspiration for tertiary study, and offers higher education and clear pathways into the undergraduate programs on offer at the Geelong campuses.
The Werribee Learning Centre provides a stylish and accessible space for education delivery, community functions and student engagement in the western suburbs of Melbourne.
Certificates, diplomas and bachelor's degrees in Bachelor of Commerce – Cloud (Online) and Early Childhood Education, as well as an Associate Degree and a suite of construction-related courses are offered at the Centre. Certificates and diploma courses delivered by The Gordon are primarily available in the classroom with tutors facilitating the learning. Bachelor's degrees are delivered by Deakin University and based on our successful blended learning model, where students will have a combination of in-class (with tutors) and cloud (online) learning.
Services and features
- A shop front presence close to public transport
- Premium, connected conference and meeting facilities
- Advanced teleworking infrastructure
- Wireless DeakinConnect rooms
- A connected staff drop in point
Courses offered at the Werribee Learning Centre
- Bachelor of Early Childhood Education
Applications will now be accepted online through the Deakin Applicant Portal. For assistance contact email@example.com
For enrolment and application information please contact:
Faculty of Arts and Education
+61 3 556 33073
Courses offered by The Gordon
The Werribee Learning Centre has been established in conjunction with The Gordon.
The Gordon offers vocational training and higher education courses in Children's Services, Business and Construction and Licensed Trades via the Learning Centre, and provides clear pathways into programs at Deakin or The Gordon's campuses in Geelong.
- Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
- Certificate IV in Training & Assessment
- Certificate IV in Building & Construction
- Certificate IV in Plumbing (Skill set)
- Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety
- Certificate ll in Warehousing Operations
An innovative pathway to higher education
Wyndham is the fastest growing region in Victoria and the fourth fastest growing region in Australia. The projected population is 236,657 residents by 2020, 5.5% of Melbourne's total estimated population. The south west of Melbourne is also increasing its demand for education with a 30% increase in students enrolling in university over the past two years.
Access to education is a significant driver of regional economic development and improving the pathways between school, Vocational Education and Training (VET) and higher education plays a core role in redressing disadvantage and meeting industry needs. The Werribee Learning Centre is an innovative partnership which leverages off the strong relationship between Deakin and The Gordon – a partnership that dates back 40 years. Seamless pathways between TAFE and university are particularly important for encouraging aspiration for students from low socioeconomic backgrounds.
Deakin has always had a strong reputation for innovation and in this digital age, has been driving the digital frontier in the use of new and emerging technologies in research and teaching. Deakin is developing a dynamic 'cloud learning' environment that includes open educational resources, new delivery platforms and new ways of assessing and credentialing learners. Deakin's learning sites are media-rich and utilise video conferencing, blogs and social media to create personalised and interactive learning wherever students are located.
Supervisor: Lisa Waldron
5227 2001 or
Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm
9 Bridge Street, Werribee.
Or call 1300 DEGREE
(1300 334733) for more information about applying for a course at the Werribee Learning Centre.
Please Note: The centre will be closed from midday on Friday 19 December and will be open 9am-4pm from 12 of January 2015.