Future Students

Information for future students

ASHE has a focus on Indigenous youth, which is non-exclusive. It prioritises student development opportunities in education and employment and provides initiatives in health and sport as incentives.

The ASHE building

ASHE Central Factors

  • ASHE serves the needs of all people in the community.
  • Curriculum is cross-sectoral, focus on individual needs, identifying personal goals and direct links to employment and other education opportunities
  • The partnership between RFNC and the University of Melbourne is a significant and robust. RFNC is at the centre of community leadership, with a proven record of delivering community programs. The University of Melbourne brings its academic expertise, organisational capacity and long-term commitment to engagement with the region through i's Goulburn Valley Partnerships. This partnership, in collaboration with GOTAFE and its culturally friendly and flexible programs, forms the foundation of ASHE.
Students in a classroom at ASHE

The ASHE programs

  • Focus on individuals and their personal needs by providing individualised education and career planning.
  • Conducted with the support of the GOTAFE as its Registered Training Organisation.
  • Courses are modular and connected, providing opportunities and incentives for individuals to build credits towards certification at higher levels
  • Flexibile of entry and exit points
  • Needs-based rather than age-based
Smoking Ceremony

Support for Indigenous Students

Indigenous cultural studies are provided at ASHE including:

  • Indigenous culture and history.
  • Cultural development and growth.
  • On ountry Learning.
  • Yorta Yorta language.
  • Community facilitated activities.