Please download our registration form here  REGISTRATION HoL Conference 2018

Date: Monday 18th June 2018

Time: Registration 8-9am, dinner from 5.30pm

Venue: Footscray Community Art Centre. 45 Moreland Street, Footscray.

Learn about the impact of trauma on students and how we can face the challenges together.

Develop the tools and skills needed for sustainable projects in schools and the community.

Tap into the latest thinking around building teamwork, leadership and problem-solving skills.

Explore innovative strategies to better equip students with diverse learning needs in today’s complex world.

Blog, Media, news

HOL showcased in Federal Parliament

cathymcgowanWatch the speech Independent Member for Indi, Cathy McGowan AO, gave in Federal Parliament highlighting the positive impact that Hands On Learning is having on students in North East Victoria –  helping them stay in school, improve their chance of employment, and enhancing their health and mental well-being outcomes.

Blog, news, Special events

Christopher Pyne gets hands on with Hands On!

CP gets hands on with hands on

Today was a real first for HOL – the first time a federal Minister has left Canberra to come and experience what we do.

Minister Pyne even rolled up his sleeves and worked with our long time supporter Senator John Madigan to focus on how we can provide a real solution that prevents young people falling through the cracks.

The Hon Christopher Pyne joined Senator John Madigan in forging a Ned Kelly helmet and other blacksmith items in a visit to Hands On Learning at McClelland College, Frankston.

Senator Madigan invited the Federal Minister for Education and Training to come and see HOL for himself, and they took the opportunity to roll up their sleeves and work with students using Senator Madigan’s forge.




Blog, Media, news, Special events

Billy White speaks to Jon Faine

Billy speaking to Jon Faine

Talk back radio host Jon Faine broadcast his 774 ABC show from the Frankston Farmers’ Market on Thursday 6th Nov 2014.  Listen to former HOL student, and now small business owner, Billy White speak to him about the impact HOL had on his own life, how it stopped him dropping out of school, make friends for life, and how his dream is to get Government backing to grow HOL to every kid who needs it.