Speaking at the Rotary Club of Gosford yesterday, he outlined the range of innovative new plans which the College will put in place in response to important new State initiatives.
“Major changes are coming into play next year with the introduction of the NSW Governments Smart and Skilled initiative.
“This initiative is a demand driven model that is aimed at increasing productivity and participation in courses.
“This means the College will be increasing the amount of courses we can offer to the public, along with different methods of delivery, such as online learning.
“We will be looking at the growth sectors on the Central Coast, and will be developing qualification courses in areas such as Disability, Aged Care and Information Technology to keep up with the employment demand” he said.
“Our vision is to become a vibrant, innovative and inclusive Community College that serves the Central Coast” Mr Davis said.
The College will continue to offer its wide range of Nationally Accredited Programs, as well as non vocational programs such as languages, cookery and art.
For more information about the courses available at Central Coast Community College visit www.cccc.nsw.edu.au or call 4348 4300.