The College is comprised of:
A governing council of thirteen members
A central administrative office comprising the Principal, three full time, two part time and occasional casual support staff and a varying number specialist part time programme coordinators depending on the number of projects in train at any given time.
Seven adult and community education centres staffed with part time Centre Coordinators and in some cases part time support staff.
Various unstaffed programme delivery sites
Up to 200 part time casual tutors depending on the number courses operating at any given time.
The College is a not-for-profit, non government Incorporated Association established under the Board of Adult and Community Education Act and incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act of 1984. Its revenue is drawn from participant fees, recurrent grants form the NSW Board of Adult and Community Education and various government (Federal, State and Local) programs on a tender basis.
As such it has a number of key stake holders in the provision of its services being:
Members of the Association being those participating in its programs
The NSW Department of Education
The NSW Department of Industry
Various Government (Federal, State and Local) Departments concerned with the delivery of services.
Host organisations whose premises the College uses to deliver programmes, in particular the NSW Department of Education, the Westrern Sydney Institute of TAFE and Westfield Pty Ltd.
Various organisations who collaborate with the College in the delivery of services including Penrith City Council.
Other providers of life long learning opportunities including those whose programs provide pathways into and out of the College programmes.
Suppliers of materials and services to the College.