During the current Sydney COVID-19 lockdown, all CCA staff are working remotely, and we are attending to business as usual on behalf of our members. There could be an occasional delay in reaching us by telephone, so we encourage you to email us at admin@cca.edu.au if you need to get in contact.

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Lake Macquarie Business Growth Centre joins Central Coast Community College

The future of the Lake Macquarie Business Growth Centre (BGC) and small business incubator has been secured, with the Central Coast Community College officially taking over the management of the centre. Located in Gateshead, the Business Growth Centre was established in 1998 operating as a not for profit organisation to support and grow small and micro businesses in Lake Macquarie Continue Reading

Community Education Student of the Year 2021 Awards Now Open

Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has announced the opening of nominations for the 2021 Community Education Student of the Year Awards. Students eligible for the 2021 Awards are those who have undertaken formal study with an Australian not-for-profit community education organisation during the period 1 September 2020 through 31 August 2021, with nominations submitted through their community education provider. “This is Continue Reading

VCOSS releases vaccination video

The Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) has released its own public service message video, encouraging community members to get vaccinated. Entitled Back To The Good Things, the video’s key messages are: Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 will help keep us safe. But just as importantly, it will allow us to get back to the things we love. Getting vaccinated isn’t Continue Reading

NSW Government commits $1 million to adult and community education providers for infrastructure maintenance

The NSW Government has announced a $1 million investment to help not-for-profit community education providers upgrade crucial infrastructure and training equipment. Around 30 Adult and Community Education (ACE) colleges across NSW have received crucial funding from the NSW Government in recognition of the services they deliver to disadvantaged students, communities and regions. Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Geoff Lee Continue Reading

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