The Office of the Training Advocate can respond to any question or concern about the South Australian training system including those relating to Adult Community Education (ACE).
The ACE program caters for a broad cross-section of the community, and helps lead to formal education and training, volunteering or working.
The ACE program covers a diverse range of courses and interests, from non-accredited computing to home maintenance courses.
There are also courses that help people develop foundation skills in language, literacy, numeracy, computing, and personal skills.
ACE courses are delivered in easy to access, informal community settings.
For details of community centres located near you, visit the Community Centres SA website.
For more information about participating in the ACE program in South Australia visit the South Australian Skills gateway.
Other information is available at the Training Advocate’s Charter of Functions and Administrative Guidelines.
Charter of Functions (PDF)Training Advocate Administrative Guidelines (Currently under review)
Frequently Asked QuestionsContact the Training Advocate