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The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board is a key player in achieving high quality education and training opportunities and outcomes for all Victorians. The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board's role is to plan and promote adult learning, allocate resources, develop policies, and advise the Minister for Training and Skills on matters related to adult education in Victoria.

General Education for Adults. The CGEA Re-development project is nearing completion! The project is being undertaken by ARIS (at the National Languages and Literacy Institute of Australia) and is funded by the Adult, Community and Further Education Board. A draft was presented to the CGEA Monitoring and Evaluation Committee, the Steering. @inproceedings{ScarfeVICTORIASAC, title={VICTORIA'S ADULT COMMUNITY AND FURTHER EDUCATION BOARD}, author={J. Scarfe}, year={} } 91 ACFE Board, Annual Report – 92 ACFE Board, Annual Report – 93 Multiple Choice no 6, Summer

The Adult, Community and Further Education Board (ACFEB) oversees Victorian Government funding to the Learn Local sector. Its scope is to ensure education and training provision is available for adults who are seeking to attain the educational capacity and . Through the Board, the Government provides funding for program delivery and development to close to eligible, community-based adult education organisations and adult education institutions, the CAE and AMES, which are large public providers. AMES also receives significant funds from the Commonwealth Government.

The Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board is a statutory authority under the Education and Training Reform Act Its role is to plan and promote adult learning, allocate resources, develop policies, and advise the Minister for Training and Skills on matters related to adult education in Victoria. On behalf of the Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board, I am proud to submit the ACFE Board’s Annual Report for the period ending 30 June , as required by the. Financial Management Act and the. Education and Training Reform Act