Changing lives through education
Prace (TOID 4036) is a registered not-for-profit charitable organisation committed to meeting the language, literacy and numeracy, vocational training and further education needs of the local community. Prace has been running programs to achieve this since 1993.
Prace is regarded as a key English as an Additional Language and literacy and numeracy adult education provider in the Northern Metropolitan Region of Melbourne and has gained a national and international presence within the field through the development and distribution of a range of literacy resources: paper based and online learning materials.
Prace also runs a number of youth programs; vocational education and training; and is registered as an independent school: Prace College.
Prace delivers training at a number of venues. Merrilands Community Centre in Reservoir, managed by Prace on behalf of the City of Darebin as a community centre, is the main venue in which Prace operates. Prace also operates a campus in Mernda at 56 Schotters Road and regularly delivers programs in a range of local venues. Prace actively seeks to work in partnership with industry and with members of the local community to ensure that students and community members have the opportunity to improve their quality of life.
Find out about our partners and funding bodies here.
Prace is governed by a board comprised of local community members with strong representation in all key operational areas. Board members generously volunteer their time and expertise to the governance of Prace.
Chair: Ann Haynes
Treasurer: Fraser Baxter
Secretary: Adele McBride
Deputy Chair: Sharon Hutchinson
Ordinary Members: David Redfearn, Liam Walsh, Samantha Newton, Jon Rawlings