Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has congratulated the Andrews Government in Victoria on its return to Government in Saturday’s election. Victoria’s Learn Local network of not-for-profit training providers is the most extensive in Australia, and a model for the rest of the country. As a statutory authority, the Read more
The Community Colleges Australia (CCA) Conference – with the theme “Taking the Lead: Building Community” – took place on 13, 14 and 15 November in Sydney. CCA’s CEO, Dr Don Perlgut, reports. By the end of the two days of Conference sessions it was clear: CCA had indeed “taken the lead” in marking...Read more
Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has announced the winners of its 2018 “Community Education Student of the Year” Awards. The Awards celebrate the achievements of Australia’s adult and community education students, based on career and study; communication, team and leadership skills; and community and other activities. Lakisha Sloane (pictured above), nominated by Robinson Community College,...Read more
Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has elected three new Directors at its Annual General Meeting (AGM), held on Wednesday 14 November in Sydney. The three Directors elected at the AGM are:Read more
- Joanne (Jo) Martin, CEO of Central Coast Community College (pictured), a new addition to the Board of Directors;
- Michelle Simpson, CEO of Tamworth Community College, re-elected...
Speculation about changes of governments in Australia even reaches international audiences. So what would a change of national government mean for Australian vocational education and training? CCA’s CEO, Dr Don Perlgut, has been monitoring the statements of the Federal Labor Opposition, and provides the following report.Read more
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An American community college leader headlines the Community Colleges Australia (CCA) Conference in Sydney, speaking on November 14 and 15. Dr Ricky Shabazz (pictured), President of San Diego City College, California, will give a keynote address on “Achieving student success for disadvantaged college students”. He will draw from his experiences in...Read more