Hume Multiversity aims to develop and promote partnerships between business, education and community by offering a range of programs and services which increase employability and assist local businesses and industries to grow.
Multiversity delivers programs under six pillars.
1. Collaboration and problem solving
2. Staff training and development
3. Access to tertiary courses
4. Internships and work experience
5. Community research
Hume Multiversity partners with leading training institutions and industry bodies to help residents develop the skills needed for the jobs of the future.
In response to COVID-19 many of our partners have moved existing programs or are offering new programs online.
Free online courses with Deakin University
Deakin University has 40 years of experience in distance and online learning. Study a free online course at Deakin to connect with a community of 60,000 online learners ready to secure their future with you in topics such as Leading Strategic Innovation, Transforming Digital Learning and Professional Resilience.
New Business Assistance with NEIS
Have you got a new business idea that you need help to get off the ground? The Australian Government’s New Business Assistance with NEIS could be your ticket to success. With small business management training, financial support and mentorship, this program is the perfect way to bring your ideas to life.
Explore Being My Own Boss Workshop
Now is a great time to plan and think through a business idea you wish to create. 10 days, online, this is a thorough way to explore your dreams! No obligation to commence a business after the workshop - but you will emerge well informed for future planning.
Skills and Jobs Centre.
A one-stop-shop for anyone seeking to explore tertiary studies, training, job and career options. Trained staff can provide you with one-on-one ongoing support to guide you through the job search and training process.
AMEP Volunteer Tutor Scheme
The Volunteer Tutor Scheme (VTS) is an important service within the AMEP (Adult Migrant English Program). Volunteers commit to 1-2 hours a week supporting a newly arrived refugee or migrant practise English and learn about life in Australia. VTS training is now available 100% online and is a great way to give back to the community and build your skills and confidence.
La Trobe University
COVID-19 Industry Response Program.
La Trobe University has developed a suite of courses and programs to help businesses and individuals recover from the impact of COVID-19.
Leaders in lockdown
This is a free online leadership development program delivered by the highly regarded La Trobe MBA.
2020 illuminate:nextgen Challenge
Illuminate Education Australia, in partnership with Hume City Council are excited to announce that our nationally renowned entrepreneurship and problem-solving education program is returning for 2020 – and will be hosted for students of Hume during 9 November – 13 November 2020.
The challenge is designed for students in Years 9, 10 & 11 (but entries are open to all high school students) and through the generous support from Hume City Council and other partners there is no cost for your students to register for the program!
Register your students now.
Caravan Industry Victoria
Caravan Industry Victoria (CIV) was formed in 1952 to foster the growth of caravanning holidays in Victoria. The Association quickly became an integral body for like-minded entrepreneurs who were manufacturing caravans, recreational vehicles, RV accessories and technology in Victoria. Today, 90 per cent of all caravan manufacturing in Australia takes place in Victoria with most manufacturers based in the city of Hume.
Coursera for Workforce Recovery
Hume Multiversity is pleased to announce free access to the Coursera platform for a limited time under the Coursera for Workforce Recovery program. Through this program Hume residents impacted by COVID-19 will have the opportunity to access more than 3,000 cutting edge courses, taught by top instructors from 190 of the world’s leading universities and organizations.
Please ensure you enrol in any Courses that interest you by the cut-off date of 30 September 2020. For any courses you enrol in by this date you will have until 31 December 2020 to complete the course.
What is Coursera?
Coursera is one of the world’s premier learning platforms. It brings online educational content from the best universities and industries in an easy-to-use online platform.
Why learn on Coursera?
Join a community of over 50 million global learners:
- Learn in-demand technology and business skills to enhance your employability
- Enjoy an engaging and interactive learning experience with leading instructors
- Work at your own pace with bite-sized sessions and a self-paced learning model
- Gain a competitive edge on other job seekers.
- Access content from over 190 universities and industry partners.
- Explore a career change by taking a course in a new industry
Who is eligible?
Hume residents that are unemployed or have had their employment impacted by COVID-19.
How long is the access period?
Registration and enrolments close on 30 September 2020. Access to any courses you have enrolled in by this date will be available until 31 December 2020.
Are places limited?
Yes, Hume City Council has a limited number of licences to the Coursera platform as a part of Coursera for Workforce Recovery.
If you do not complete your registration and enrol in a learning program Council may cancel your licence and allocate it to another resident.
For information on other programs and opportunities please email us at Multiversity@hume.vic.gov.au