Central Coast Community College Transforms for the Future
In an exciting move, the new Executive Director of Central Coast Community College, Jonathan Davis, has announced a restructure that will position the College for the future.
The College will offer programs in growth areas such as aged care and disability and will continue to build on its successful business training unit that provides customised training as well as courses in business administration, management and training and assessment.
“Customised training is a growth area with many employers investing in their staff with content relevant to their particular business, and delivered on site or on campus depending on their preference”, said Mr Davis.
President of the Central Coast Community College Board, Monique Webber, said “The College is set for a transformation that will ensure its relevance to the community for another 32 years and more. Our mission to champion lifelong learning has never been more relevant than today as unemployment rises.
“We will continue to support our youth, unemployed and people living with disability by providing relevant training to prepare them for the future. These are very exciting times for the College and the Board fully supports the consolidation and ultimate transformation of the College under Jonathan’s leadership.”
Central Coast Community College, located close to the train line at Ourimbah, has a proud tradition of connecting with students, business and industry to create local opportunities that make a difference to the region and the people in it.
- Established 32 years
- Largest community college in the region
- Offers a range of full time, part time and distance learning courses
- Campus co-located with the University of Newcastle at Ourimbah
- Smart and Skilled is a reform of the NSW vocational education and training system
- Phone 4348 4300
- Website www.cccc.nsw.edu.au
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