Inclusion Training is a registered training organisation (RTO) that delivers accredited and pre-accredited training in literacy, numeracy and work readiness to people with intellectual disability.
We believe that education is the key to growth socially, developmentally and economically.

Embarking on a life of your own is a big step.

Inclusion Training’s qualified Trainers and team of dedicated Volunteer Tutors can help you understand your gifts, grow your skills, and build your unique strengths. They can also help you develop a learning pathway that leads to opportunities for community-based learning and work experience.


How we work


Inclusion Training offers a pathway from pre-accredited learning to accredited courses for basic language, literacy and numeracy, all the way to the Certificate I in Transition Education and work experience placements. From 2017, Inclusion Training will launch its Certificate II in Active Volunteering course, a cutting edge program for learners who want to gain skills in office work, volunteering, and community project work.


Learners are assessed through competency based training and perform set tasks according to the standards for each course. Our range of assessments include:

  • Observation checklists
  • Verbal questioning
  • Portfolios of completed work

Training & Support

Our classes are run by qualified Trainers and Assessors with higher education qualifications in training or adult education. Most classes also include support for personal care in the form Direct Support Professionals funded by students’ NDIS or DHHS support packages. Inclusion Training’s team of dedicated Volunteer Tutors round out the training and support model, providing thousands of hours of volunteer support to learners every year

Inclusion Training develops individualised training programs designed to suit your ability and funding structure. Our flexible course options, carefully constructed training materials, and individualised timetables mean that we can accommodate a diverse range of learner needs in our courses.

  • Learn at your own pace
  • Study a curriculum which is suited to your individual learning needs
  • Learn in an intimate class room setting with no more than 10 students per class
  • Have complete wrap around supports. We can meet and greet you as you arrive in the morning and assist with all tasks inside and outside of the classroom, including personal care, meal time assistance or escorting you to or from taxis or public transport (where required)
  • Be taught by a qualified and experienced Trainer
  • Be supported by Volunteer Tutors who have a desire to help you grow your knowledge and skills
  • Celebrate your achievements at the annual presentation

Become a Volunteer Tutor

Share your skills, change a life!

Come and join an award-winning team of dedicated volunteers who are helping our learners open doors to a future full of opportunity. Our adult education classes are located in East Malvern. Our classes provide vital skills and education for people to be fully included in their community.

Our Discovery Program in Sunshine delivers training to young adults with a disability in communication, numeracy and computer studies – skills required to lead
a more independent life! Volunteer tutors also actively support Discovery students to engage with the local community. Volunteers are overseen and supported by qualified trainers.

Download this volunteer brochure for more information
Download this volunteer brochure for more information

3 training sites around Melbourne

Easily accessible Community Hubs that are close to public transport

pheonix park class room

Malvern East

Sunshine Classroom


training room armadale