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Gain Industry Skills with MAX Learning

With our two distinct RTOs, we deliver a broad range of vocational training qualifications in face to face, blended and online environments. 

Qualifications we deliver

MAX RTO: 0667

Individual Support


Community Services



Short Courses in Digital Literacy, Financial Literacy and Job Confidence

Stirling Institute of Australia RTO: 21132

Allied Health


Community Services

International Courses (CRICOS: 03797M)

Mental Health

Early Childhood

Community Services 

Improved English Language, Literacy and Numeracy

English tutor teaching language skills to a classroom

Skills for Education and Employment

As a foundation skills program, Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) is an ideal way to engage customers in an activity that delivers real results in life skills and employment outcomes.

We cater to initial, basic and advanced levels, SEE is suitable for both native English speaking and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) clients.

The program gives students important language, literacy and numeracy skills.

The SEE Program is designed to prepare your customer for work or further training, and can provide them with the confidence and skills to gain and retain employment.

Students from different cultural backgrounds discussing

Adult Migrant English program

The AMEP provides English tuition to give people new to Australia the language skills to settle into life and work in Australia. Through the AMEP students can:

  • Access unlimited hours of classes, even if they have enrolled before and finished more than 510 hours
  • Study until they reach the level of vocational language skills
  • Join classes, even if they have been in Australia for many years

Our friendly, qualified trainers deliver English courses for migrants in a safe and supportive environment.

Learning is flexible and takes into account individual needs and circumstances.

Improve outcomes with MAX Health

Our professional allied health team provide individual and group health programs and can tailor a package to your needs.

You will have access to clinicians across the country from a range of allied health disciplines including Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Physiotherapists and more.

Common issues which our team assist participants with include:

  • Mental and physical health conditions
  • Pain management 
  • Physical health and strength 
  • Managing stressors 
  • Low confidence about starting a new job 
  • Unclear vocational goals 
  • Work stress
Our Reconciliation Action Plan

Planning for Work Program

This is an individual program which addresses challenges a participant is experiencing that is impacting their ability to return to work.

You will receive a report with recommendations for suitable employment options and an intervention plan to address challenges to gaining and sustaining employment.  

Support@Work Program

This is a great health program for participants who are in work and addresses any potential challenges a participant may experience during employment.

78% of participants who engage in our post-employment program Support @ Work progress towards their next employment outcome.