Education Programs

SCILS employ a registered teacher who ensures that student learning needs are understood, learning is appropriately mapped, and that student work is marked and resulted.  Our teacher works to develop innovative and targeted Learning and Assessment Plans (LAPs) to maximise learning involvement and learning outcomes/outputs.

SCILS can support students in the following SACE subjects:

Personal Learning Plan (PLP) – FLO developed LAP

Stage 1 Essential English – FLO developed LAP

Stage 1 Essential Maths – FLO developed LAP

Stage 2 Research Project – FLO developed LAP

Community Learning (Community Developed Program)  – Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (Bronze and Silver)

Community Learning (Community Developed Program) – Road Awareness Program and Learner’s Permit

Integrated Learning – Wellbeing – RASA SCILS developed LAP

Integrated Learning – Leadership in Practice – RASA SCILS developed LAP

Stage 1 Community Studies (Contract of Work) – music, art, dance etc

The SCILS Hub offers a range of learning options for students by utilising a variety of delivery modes:

  • Individual sessions (where students have been assessed as eligible for support hours)
  • Small group structured lessons
  • Informal drop-in – independent learning
  • Online learning from home

We offer a variety of courses and levels of achievement:

Numeracy and literacy foundation programs (‘pre-SACE’)

The student, their enrolling school, a family member, if applicable, and our staff use a collaborative approach to develop a suitable learning pathway. The bksb online easy to use numeracy and literacy assessments and resource package is available for all SCILS students. bksb is mapped to the Australian Curriculum.

Students learn better when their learning materials are tailored to their areas of interest.  Students can access trade/industry-based, pre-SACE workbooks to build literacy and numeracy skills connected to a particular field of employment.


Australian Institute of Social Relations (AISR)

The Australian Institute of Social Relations RTO 102358 is Relationships Australia SA’s registered training organisation (RTO).

Pathways to Work:

FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways is delivered by our SCILS Trainer.  Units of competency are selected to best align with students’ future career and employability goals.  Students engage in the curriculum via scheduled sessions at our SCILS Learning Hubs or can complete through online learning at home.  This home-based learning has allowed some learners to start engaging with accredited learning where attending on-site is not yet an option due to significant personal barriers.  The Cert II FSK can yield a maximum of 20 SACE points for enrolled learners.

Students can enrol in the following additional courses through the Institute of Social Relations:

  • CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services
  • CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services
  • CHC40413 Certificate IV in Youth Work
  • CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services