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Education in Australia is primarily the responsibility of states and territories. Every state or territory government provides the funding and regulates the public and private schools with its governing area. The Federal government funds the universities, but these set their own curriculum. Generally, education in Australia follows the three-tier model which includes primary education (primary schools), followed by secondary education (secondary schools/high schools) and tertiary education (universities and/or TAFE education).

Every child from pre-school through to year 12 has the right to and deserves a first class education that will provide them with the necessary skills and the ability to seek and apply for positions in the work force or with further education studies.

Fiona has her certificate IV in training and assessment and can provide a variety of workshops about budgeting and related topics with her book “Growing Great Families” for the individual through to groups of 16 people. Larger group numbers can be catered for - contact Fiona to discuss this further.

Fiona has had great success with the "Budgeting Package" helping Mission Australia clients to gain a better understanding of finances and achieve her set goals. Visit Back 2 Family Basics to learn more and purchase the pack.