Retrain into a new career with Coffs Coast Community College

Coffs Coast Community College has delivered community education for 20 years.


THE Covid-19 pandemic has taught us that change is on its way for everyone in the workforce.

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This may be the time to embrace the change and take the opportunity to retrain or gain skills to start a new career or promotion in your workplace.

If you need to upgrade your skills or you are starting again, it may be time to visit your local community college.

The Coffs Coast Community College has been delivering adult and community education and training (VET) for over 20 years.

The College is a not-for-profit organisation and is one of 40 represented education facilities that has become a vital force in educating our communities.

Coffs Coast Community College welcomes people from all walks of life.

The College specialises in supporting people with disabilities, Aboriginal communities, people over 45 years, non-English-speaking peoples and the less advantaged people of the Community.

If you are looking for a new career, the College offers the Certificate III in Individual Support. The course is delivered by Industry leaders of the Aged Care sector in the Coffs Coast.

They are dedicated and experienced trainers who maintain relevance through continuing their work in the Aged Care sector.

The College has become the preferred training provider of Certificate III in Individual Support with a high percentage of our graduates securing employment.

Covid-19 restrictions have not stopped Coffs Coast Community College from continuing the delivery of their courses.

The College has adapted to change like the rest of the world and is delivering online and reduced class sizes to meet your training needs during the restrictions.

College Manager, Suzanne Crossley stated, “The Coffs Coast Community College has an amazing team of trainers and administration staff to help guide you on your new pathway through education.

“It doesn’t matter what your skill level is, it’s about strengthening your current skills and developing new ones”.

“The team have worked hard to establish and maintain excellent relationships with local Job Search Providers and Disability Employment services in the area along with developing new partnerships with other Multi-cultural & various other organisations, this is an achievement we are very proud of,” Suzanne said.

For further information about the Coffs Coast Community College, visit or call 6652 5378.


Upgrade or refresh your skills at community college.

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