Important Dates & Information about Semester One 2023 Enrolments

Please click here to see the Semester One Timetable.
Please click here to see the Semester One Programme.

Online enrolments open:
9.30am on Tuesday 31 January until 12.00pm on Tuesday 7 February.

Returning members:
Please login and add the ‘Community Membership Subscription 2023‘ to your cart before adding your courses.

New members:
You will be directed to register before proceeding with your order and the Community Membership Subscription will automatically be added to your order. You can then proceed with adding courses to your cart.

In person enrolments open:
Tuesday 31 January to Friday 3 February from 9.30am to 2.00pm at the Kalamunda Community Centre for those needing assistance with the enrolment process. In person enrolments will NOT be accepted during Administration Week (6-10 February).

Late enrolments:
Enrolments must be made during the formal enrolment period. If you are an existing member you must enrol within the designated dates. Late enrolments from existing members will not be accepted during Administration Week or in the first two weeks of the semester unless there are extenuating circumstances.

Enrolling in Crèche:
All children attending the crèche MUST be registered through the enrolment system for the session they will be attending. To successfully enrol in a crèche session, you will need to follow these steps when enrolment opens:
1. Parents/carers need to enrol each child via the relevant ‘Crèche Registration’ session (e.g. Crèche Registration Monday AM). Please do this first to ensure there is a vacancy per child in the crèche before you enrol in your own course.
2. Enrol in your own course.
3. At the checkout complete and submit the required Crèche Notification Form.
Crèche users will also be required to register for a Workgroup. Please find more information about this in the Crèche Handbook, downloadable from the Crèche webpage.

Classes commence: 
Monday 13 February 2023.

We strongly encourage members to enrol themselves online to avoid congestion and long queues at the Centre.

Workgroup registrations:
Kalamunda Community Learning Centre is a not for profit organisation run by volunteers aiming to enhance our community as we learn through sharing. To keep course costs low, and community involvement high, we request that all members who enrol in any full time course sign up for a workgroup task. Workgroups can be viewed and signed up for by clicking here once workgroup registrations open.

Members’ Handbook:
To learn more about Kalamunda Community Learning Centre, its history, achievements and day to day operation, along with some important and useful information, please click here.