Community Education

Community Education

Learn all about Travellers Aid services and how we can help you, your family, friends or clients

Our Community Education presentations are designed to educate community groups on our suite of services and how you can access them. Presentations can be adapted for small or large groups and are interactive in nature where participants are encouraged to ask questions and share stories.

The FREE Community Education session topics include:

  • History of Travellers Aid Australia and how we can assist you
  • Location of Services
  • Hours of operation
  • Services offered at each location
  • Q and A from participants

Group Travel Training

Learn about accessing public transport in Melbourne and regional Victoria safely and confidently.

Our Group Travel Training is available to community groups. It is designed to keep Victorians mobile by providing travel knowledge to help people feel confident and safe whilst travelling. It also teaches individuals to maintain independence and to become self-advocating users of public transport across Victoria.

The training sessions are tailored to your group’s needs and topics can include:

  • Travellers Aid services
  • Regional travel passes and myki
  • Concession travel
  • Safety on public transport
  • Accessible transport
  • Public transport websites and apps
  • Using mobility equipment on public transport and support available
  • Transport authority support personnel

More information

No group is too big or small, no age limits and absolutely no limitations on your physical ability.

Sessions take approximately two hours and can be undertaken at a group’s normal meeting location. We can come to you or provide informal presentations for smaller groups at either Southern Cross Station or Flinders Street Station.

Bookings are required and please give one month’s advance notice.

For more information or to make a booking please contact us.

Call (03) 9654 2600, or please use the form below.


Community Education Enquiry

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