Current Programs

Free English Conversation Class

Adult English Conversation Class

Ubuntu Australia provides FREE English Conversation Classes. These classes, led by friendly volunteers of Ubuntu Australia, are a great way for people to improve their English language skills and meet new people. Anyone is welcome to attend these classes on an adhoc basis or attend each Saturday session during school terms. Places are limited to 12 per session and registrations are required.
WEEKLY ON SATURDAY (DURING SCHOOL TERMS ONLY) from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Cannington Library (233 Sevenoaks Street Cannington, WA 6107
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Job Skills Workshop for Migrants, Multicultural Communities and International Students

Experts from Ubuntu Australia, who are from diverse professional and multicultural backgrounds and have over 30 years of collective mentoring experience, deliver these FREE, informative, and interactive workshops. After these workshops, there are opportunities of one-on-one mentoring support for interested participants with the experts from Ubuntu Australia for a certain period. Places are limited to eight (8) per workshop. These Workshops are delivered in partnership with the City of Canning, Town of Victoria Park and City of Cockburn.

Digital Literacy Program for Senior Citizens from Multicultural Communities

This FREE program is designed to help senior citizens from multicultural communities develop the skills and confidence to get connected and participate in the online world. The program aims to increase digital inclusion, reduce social isolation and increase access to online information and services.
Each session is divided into two parts – a general session for all and a one-on-one session to support participants with specific and individual issues. .

PROJECT PERIOD DIGNITY

Ubuntu Australia, through its Project ‘Period Dignity’ provides free period products to female high school students in WA.

We believe that female sanitary products should be provided free to high school students. These products are a necessity, not a luxury, and it should be accessible to all students. Doing so would reduce stigma, improve health and wellbeing and bring down student absences

Project ‘Period Dignity’ currently supports 600 female students from two high schools in the City of Gosnells.

SUPPORT TO DISADVANTAGED & LESS FORTUNATES

We provide:

FREE material support to disadvantaged students and

FREE tuition to Early Childhood (Year 1, 2 & 3) students by TRBWA registered Teachers.