Volunteers! to help with our admin duties as we continue providing a friendly and cohesive learning environment. Hours to suit and we are looking for interesting (and interested) people who want to be part of the South Perth Learning Centre Inc and therefore the wider community, bringing social and learning experiences to our Centre's members.

Join us today and experience a whole new social concept at the South Perth Learning Centre - Where good things always happen! 

Our Organisation

South Perth Learning Centre Inc is an adult education and life-long learning centre based in South Perth, offering affordable courses, workshops and outings for almost 30 years. We are a self-funded, incorporated not-for-profit organisation, operating independently with revenue from membership and course fees together with fund-raising activities. Our members come from all walks of life and from all over the Metropolitan area. We pride ourselves on being inclusive and sharing experiences, skills, knowledge and friendship in a supportive and caring environment.

Our courses, talks, clubs, outings and activities cater for a wide range of tastes - there is always something interesting to do, someone to listen to and something to inform you and to amuse. During terms feel free to call in and talk to our friendly team 9.00am - 3.30pm Mon to Friday.

Between terms or for information on our activities please call us on 9367 1254 and leave a message, check this website or email us at:  admin@splc.org.au

How We Operate

SPLC is open to all adults. Membership is inclusive and we welcome people from all areas, cultures, ages and abilities. During terms we are open from Monday to Friday 9am to 3.30pm . Outside of these hours please ring 9367 1254 and leave a message  or email us on admin@splc.org.au and we will get back to you.

The South Perth Learning Centre Inc is a self-funded not for profit organisation, operating with revenue from membership and course fees together with out of hours Room Hire to appropriate Organisations and from fund-raising activities. Refreshments of tea, coffee and biscuits are available free of charge to members.

Our year's activities are held over four 8-weekly terms similar to the four school terms.

Courses in languages (French, Indonesian, Spanish and Italian), Drawing & Water Colours, Computing and Information Technology including the new Devices Iphone, IPads, tablets and smart phones are very popular. Additionally there are talks on a wide variety of subjects, outings and clubs (Book, (Fiction & Non-Fiction) Movie, Poetry, Cryptic Crosswords and Mahjong) and Cooking Demonstrations which attract members to return year after year, forming strong friendships and community links.

We develop and produce our quarterly program in-house which is then emailed to members or mailed out by our team of volunteers.

We are proud that we operate the Centre with only 1 part time paid Centre Manager, with Volunteers taking responsibility for many areas of the Centre's operations including the day to day running of the Centre. These committed Volunteers also operate Reception, organise events & fund-raising, teach and/or run the many activities which we provide.

SPLC - Where Good Things Happen!

Latest News

 Term 4 Program available now

Term 4 - 17 October to 9 December

 Even if you missed enrolment day, there are still some courses available for Late Enrolments.

Ring and leave a message on 9367 1254 and we will get back to you.

Fiesta 2016

John McGrath (MLA) came to wish us well and is a constant supporter of the SPLC. Good to see you John - visit us any time you like!

Barbara - our Drawing Teacher - sketched visitors who were thrilled to see an artist in Action!

See more photos on our Gallery page and if you want to become a member come and talk to us and find out what we can offer you

Website: www.splc.org.au  

What's On

Program_Term_4 2016.pdf

Homer's Odyssey Continues

Western Literature begins in Greece with Homer's Illiad & Odyssey. This term we continue to examine the Odyssey, reflecting on the themes, myths and significance it had for the Greeks and Greece.

Buddhism for Beginners

Let's explore the big questions around Buddhism. We know what the books say, but really, what does rebirth mean? What is it tht goes from one life to another? Is Nirvana a state of utter peacefulness or a complete disappearing? Why meditate and what should we get out of it? Ruperto has read and practiced Buddhism for 20 years and is still exploring.