- About us
- Courses and Programs
- Adult Literacy and Numeracy (Top End)
- Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)
- English as a Second Language
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
- Business (Central)
- Commercial Cookery and Bakery (Top End)
- Information Technology and Library Studies (Top End)
- Sales and Personal Services (Top End)
- Tourism and Hospitality (Central)
- Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation (Top End)
- VET Businesses
Business and Employers
We provide assistance to study assistance to students during their studies.
We are a provider approved to deliver government subsidised training places under the NT Training Entitlement to eligible students at the Certificate III level or higher.
If you need to meet your compulsory Training Benchmark or risk cancellation of your 457 sponsorship, CDU offers solutions for 457 Visa Training Benchmarks A and B in the Northern Territory.
The VET School of Community and Children's Services, provides pathways to employment within the professions. Teams within the VET School of Community and Children's Services deliver the following programs:
The Community Services team deliver courses in:
- Community services
- Individual support
- Mental health
The Children's Services team deliver courses in:
- Early childhood education and care
- School age education and care
- Education support
These courses are available across the Northern Territory. The teams have lecturers based at Charles Darwin University's Casuarina, Katherine and Alice Springs campuses. Lecturers also deliver programs in other centres and communities. Literacy and Learner Support services are also provided by an Adult Literacy and Numeracy Team in Central Australia.
This team delivers courses in:
- Certificate II in Education and Skills Development
- Certificates I - III in General Education for Adults
Programs can be developed for specific groups of students on request by employers, government departments and community groups.
An assessment will be conducted to determine entry levels and to assist the teaching team to appropriately tailor the content to address identified skills gaps. These are generally Fee for Service activities.
The Adult Literacy and Numeracy Team also deliver workplace English literacy in collaboration with industry partners. Projects can be conducted on campus or at the worksite, depending on employer requirements.
Learner support is available to students through the LLN Learner Support Service to assist students with skills gaps. A range of support options are available including in pre-assessment, class assistance, one to one tutoring, ongoing assistance and advice. The support is related to course material, so ensuring that it is relevant and useful.
Denise Horvath (Children's Services)
T: 08 8946 6829
Peter Hogan (Community Services)
T: 08 8946 7415