Centre for Adult Education

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The Centre for Adult Education (CAE), originally founded in 1947 as the Council for Adult Education, is a Victorian-based adult education institution. It runs short courses and nationally recognised training. It is partly funded by the state government's Adult Community and Further Education Division.[1]

Notable staff[edit]

  • Margaret Geddes – Editing and Non-Fiction teacher (2011–present); writer, journalist, historian


  1. ^ "Centre for Adult Education". City of Melbourne. Retrieved 1 November 2012. 

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