New Ideas, New Skills, New Friends, New Year
It’s all too easy to turn a few pages into this program and think of the College as a place to do arts, crafts or lifestyle courses.
In reality the Community College is so much more and in 2014 will be growing again.
In partnership with Penrith City Library the College provided for nearly 2,500 registrations in the Digital Hub Program during 2013.
In partnership with the Penrith Business Enterprise Centre the College made available just under 400 places in seminars and workshops designed to support business engaging with the Digital Economy and has gathered over a 130 Digital Enterprise Readiness Assessments ready guide those business’ development.
Both of these Commonwealth Department of Communications programs are in the centre pages.
What’s not in the program so obviously is the programs running and planned in collaboration with Mamre Farm for the Sudanese community and also young people and with the Penrith City Council Youth Engagement Team.
Then there are the programs that are all about office productivity. There are those listed in this program or there
is the option for companies to contact the College to tailor training to their needs.
Lastly a word about quality. Numerous TAFE teachers, private training providers, job centres and companies use the College for the Training and Education qualification and updates. Quality training is at the core of the College.
We’re looking to grow in 2014 and if you’ve ever done a course in the past we will be in touch this year to learn about how you used your learning.
Lastly we'll be launching a new site and new opportunities to join others learning this year. Stay tuned for some exciting updates.
Our site is a work in progress.. If a link doesn't work no need to adjust your set, it's probably us.