IMVC Vision: Linking the energy and potential of young people and marginalised cohorts with industry, government and community
The Inner Melbourne VET Cluster (IMVC), is a not-for-profit incorporated association established in 1998. We are at the forefront of developing best-practice initiatives and models to serve the needs of at risk young people and marginalised cohorts who experience barriers to education and employment, by providing them with endless opportunities to fulfill their potential for economic and social participation.
The IMVC provides a diverse suite of programs, as such, we have the unique capability to provide our stakeholders with a holistic approach to the development of skills, assets, opportunities and capabilities to:
- Learn – Participate in education and training
- Work – Participate in employment, unpaid or voluntary work
- Engage – Connect with people and community
Services offered include:
Brokerage of VET programs
Linking secondary school students with Registered Training Organisations to undertake over 50 accredited courses.
IMVC Workplace Learning Program
Providing young people with access to applied learning via Structured Workplace Learning or Work Experience.
Delivery of Vocational Training
Directly providing low-cost access to accredited (as an RTO) and pre-accredited training (as a Learn Local Provider).
Proactive initiatives that address the challenges marginalised communities face, in securing long-term employment.
A specialist program for youth with learning and access needs seeking to successfully secure work, training or education.
Career and Transition Programs
Provides assistance in skills development, exploring career paths and opportunities in targeted industry areas.
National Disability Coordination Officer Program
Assisting people with a disability access, and participate in, post-school education and training, and subsequent employment.
A diverse suite of youth support services that include outreach, tailored case management services and re-engagement programs to support the transition of young people into further education, training and employment.