Monthly Archives: February 2021

Mayor, MP and NSW Training officially open Macquarie Community College Blacktown campus

The Mayor of Blacktown, Councillor Tony Bleasdale; NSW Member of Parliament for Blacktown, Stephen Bali; and Executive Director of Training Services NSW, David Collins, officially opened the Macquarie Community College Blacktown campus on 25 February. The College simultaneously celebrated its 70 anniversary, under the headline “70 years of new beginnings” (see photo). Mayor of Blacktown, Cllr...
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Robinson College Conducts Remote NSW Training Outreach

Robinson College, a Broken Hill-based community education provider, again conducted remote training outreach to predominantly Indigenous communities in the northwest of New South Wales, in Wentworth (see photo), Collarenebri, Walgett, Brewarrina, Bourke, Cobar, Wilcannia, Balranald and Menindee. The outreach trip by Robinson College staff took place in January 2021, and followed a similar expedition in...
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CCA releases new strategic plan 2021-2024

Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has released a new strategic plan that covers the period 2021 through 2024. CCA has established itself as a recognised and powerful national peak body that provides sector leadership, nationwide representation and valued member services. CCA has confirmed its mission to “strengthen Australian not-for-profit community education as a vital...
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