What We Provide – Learn2018-11-02T01:14:46+00:00

High quality, accredited courses and in- house activities for learners at any level.
Continuous learning is vital for all of us. While learning underpins all our activities, we also have specific education programs.
Pathways to integration – adults with an intellectual disability
We are proud of our strong partnerships with a wide variety of local organisations. We foster participation and significant interactions as we create pathways
for people living with a disability to interact meaningfully with their broader community.
Accredited courses
• TAFE – Certificate 1 Vocational Preparation at Holmesglen TAFE
• Certificate 1 Dance at Melbourne Polytechnic
• Certificate 1 Transition Education from AST (Access Skills Training)
• Certificate 1 Initial Adult Literacy & Numeracy AST
In-House courses
• Literacy and numeracy
• Bayley Ambassadors – Public Speaking. We are part of the VALID network
Social enterprises
• Bayley Bakes
• Bayley Café
• Succulents for sale
• Retail Art
Workplace Training
Thanks to our partnerships with local businesses, our Workplace Training initiative creates the opportunity for individuals to participate in either voluntary or paid work experiences.
The program allows our people to learn new skills, build strong connections with staff and customers, boost morale and enhance a sense of teamwork, all while being supported by Bayley staff.
If you are interested in supporting our Workplace Training initiative, please email contactus@bayleyhouse.org.au
We are grateful for the support of the following local businesses:
Bambini Early Learning Centre
• Brighton Grammar Early Learning Centre
• Brighton Medical Clinic
• Brighton Recreational Centre
• Coles
• Family Life
• Middle Brighton Newsagency
• Peter’s Mitre 10 Brighton
• St Stephen’s Opportunity Shop
• Trinity Uniting Church
• White Rabbit café
• Wilson Street Kindergarten
• Mind My Lead
• Brighton Button Shop
• Middle Brighton Train Station • New Street Medical
• Church of Christ Op Shop
• Lakeside Financial
• Collingwood Farm
“Being part of the team at Coles is terrific. I always
like coming to Bayley. One of my favourite activities is
Media Studies: we are working on Photoshop now.”
FIN, BAYLEY HOUSE PARTICIPANT FOR 3 YEARS
Fin is involved in a wide spectrum of enterprises at Bayley House and continues his close friendships with a lot of his old classmates from Port Phillip Specialist School.
He is a very skilful ball handler and top goal shooter in our Division 1 Bayley Bullets basketball team – helping us win some silverware and trophies. Being a huge Carlton supporter, he thoroughly enjoys volunteering at the Carlton Football Club.
Music and movement, drama, hip-hop, dancing and working with iPads and computers are among his favourite activities.
His goals are to improve his communication and social skills and get a paid job. Through our Working to Potential initiative with Coles and other activities, Fin is getting closer to realising his goals.

High quality, accredited courses and in- house activities for learners at any level.

Continuous learning is vital for all of us. While learning underpins all our activities, we also have specific education programs.

Pathways to integration – adults with an intellectual disability
We are proud of our strong partnerships with a wide variety of local organisations. We foster participation and significant interactions as we create pathways for people living with a disability to interact meaningfully with their broader community.
Accredited courses
  • TAFE – Certificate 1 Vocational Preparation at Holmesglen TAFE
  • Certificate 1 Dance at Melbourne Polytechnic
  • Certificate 1 Transition Education from AST (Access Skills Training)
  • Certificate 1 Initial Adult Literacy & Numeracy AST
In-House courses
  • Literacy and numeracy
  • Bayley Ambassadors – Public Speaking. We are part of the VALID network
Social enterprises
  • Bayley Bakes
  • Bayley Café
  • Succulents for sale
  • Retail Art
Workplace Training
Thanks to our partnerships with local businesses, our Workplace Training initiative creates the opportunity for individuals to participate in either voluntary or paid work experiences.
The program allows our people to learn new skills, build strong connections with staff and customers, boost morale and enhance a sense of teamwork, all while being supported by Bayley House staff.
If you are interested in supporting our Workplace Training initiative, please email contactus@bayleyhouse.org.au
We are grateful for the support of the following local businesses:
  • Trinity Uniting Church
  • White Rabbit café
  • Wilson Street Kindergarten
  • Mind My Lead
  • Brighton Button Shop
  • Middle Brighton Train Station
  • New Street Medical
  • Church of Christ Op Shop
  • Lakeside Financial
  • Collingwood Farm

HOW TO JOIN BAYLEY HOUSE

Call us on 03 9982 1500 or email contactus@bayleyhouse.org.au to arrange a meeting and tour of our Brighton campus.

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“Being part of the team at Coles is terrific. I always like coming to Bayley. One of my favourite activities is Media Studies: we are working on Photoshop now.”

FIN, BAYLEY HOUSE PARTICIPANT FOR 3 YEARS

Fin is involved in a wide spectrum of enterprises at Bayley House and continues his close friendships with a lot of his old classmates from Port Phillip Specialist School.

He is a very skilful ball handler and top goal shooter in our Division 1 Bayley Bullets basketball team – helping us win some silverware and trophies. Being a huge Carlton supporter, he thoroughly enjoys volunteering at the Carlton Football Club.

Music and movement, drama, hip-hop, dancing and working with iPads and computers are among his favourite activities.

His goals are to improve his communication and social skills and get a paid job. Through our Working to Potential initiative with Coles and other activities, Fin is getting closer to realising his goals.