Talk, Learn, and Connect (TLC)

MOIRA’s wellbeing programs are designed to focus on the wellness of carers. We offer a range of courses throughout the year, partnering with industry specialists.


Job Ready Online Workshops | Wednesday 10 March and 17 March, 10am – 11am (AEDT)
To support parents and unpaid carers of people living with disability return to the workforce, we’ve partnered with industry specialist Caroline Guthrie, to offer a free four-part series of comprehensive on-line workshops. Job Ready will give you the skills and insights you need to launch your next move. To learn more, click here.


Masterclass Online Workshop – Interview Techniques  | Wednesday 24 March or Friday 26 March, 10am – 11am (AEDT)
In this exclusive Masterclass with Caroline Guthrie, you will learn a range of techniques and strategies that will set you up to nail that job interview. This is an additional free session available exclusively to MOIRA Financial Plan Management carers. To learn more, click here.


Let’s Get Moving Online Course | Every Tuesday and Thursdays for a five week period (commencing 23 March), 12:30pm – 1:30pm (AEDT/AEST)
Fitness made easy. MOIRA’s five-week free online fitness course for carers will get you strengthening and stretching with live sessions twice a week and recordings on demand. To learn more, click here.


Masterclass Online Webinar – Motivation for Health | Thursday 29 April, 12.30pm – 1.30pm (AEST)
Motivation can be one of the biggest barriers to living a healthy lifestyle. In this exclusive Masterclass for unpaid carers of MOIRA Financial Plan Management participants, join Dr. Luke Nichols and John Quinn as they provide you with the knowledge and skills to build motivation and maintain healthy habits. To learn more, click here. 


If you have any questions about these online courses, please contact MOIRA’s Carer Connect Coordinator by calling (03) 8552 2222 or emailing

MOIRA’s online Facebook community for carers of people living with disability. The community provides a safe space for carers to connect and communicate online.

If you are a parent or carer of someone living with disability click here to join the growing Carer Community group and stay connected.