Success stories abound at Moree Community College
MOREE Community College is offering a new range of courses to kick-start 2017 – and program coordinator Julieanne Farrell urges anyone interested to drop by the Frome Street office and discuss their educational needs.
It could be the start of a whole new career change.
“We offer a wide range of courses and training to meet the needs of the local community,” Julieanne said.
“With funding support from the NSW Government, Smart and Skilled initiative, and Community Service Obligation, training can be heavily subsidised by the Government, which often means the costs for students can be very low.”
And the college can boast a long list of success stories, including Lynda Madden who is enrolled in Certificate III Individual Support.
“Lynda is on commencement of work placement and has already been offered part-time work,” Julieanne said.
“This is a great outcome for Lynda, who is still three months off graduating – Lynda is just one of the many success stories to come out of Moree Community College.”
Moree Community College is a community-based not-for-profit organisation and has new courses on offer for 2017, including a Food Safety Supervisor course and Certificate III in Business course, both starting this month.
“These courses are delivered here in Moree, through face-to-face training,” Julieanne said.
We encourage all persons who are looking for a career change or looking to enter or re-enter the workforce, to visit the college to discuss their training needs and to obtain an obligation-free quote.”
Moree Community College is open between 9am and 3pm Monday to Friday at 47 Frome Street, right opposite the Police Station.
Enquiries can be made to 0267 511430 or by fax to 0267 511810.
All course participants are now required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) number prior to course commencement. Go to www.usi.gov.au to obtain one (excludes hobby and leisure courses).
Community College Northern Inland Inc is a community-based, non-profit organisation managed by a voluntary committee and run by an executive officer with part-time program coordinators in each town.