Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has proposed that the NSW Government implement a 2022/23 adult and community education (ACE) infrastructure maintenance program of $250,000 per ACE provider, a total of $8 million state-wide. CCA delivered this proposal to the NSW Treasury and NSW Minister for Skills as a Pre-Budget submission to help...Read more
Community Colleges Australia (CCA) is proud to announce that our CEO, Dr Don Perlgut (pictured), has been nominated for Pro Bono Australia’s 2022 Impact 25 Awards. These awards aim to recognise innovators, collaborators and change-makers from across the social sector who are making a positive impact in the community. These awards...Read more
Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has announced the eight finalists for its fifth annual “Community Education Student of the Year Awards”. The eight finalists are: Abbie Lee Russell, Atwea College; Kasey Lewis, Central Coast Community College; Tracey Hosking, Community College Northern Inland; Layla Bacayo, Riverina Community College; Patricia Gerhard, South Coast Colleges; Miranda Broekman, Tamworth Community College;...Read more
Community Colleges Australia (CCA) has announced a National ACE Summit, which will take place online on Tuesday 5 April 2022. The Summit will reinforce and explore the value and importance of Australian adult and community education (ACE) providers in delivering essential training and skills that support national educational, social, employment and...Read more
(The following article was written by Dr Don Perlgut, CEO, Community Colleges Australia)
*****Will the COVID-19 Omicron variant devastate Australian vocational education and training (VET) again in early 2022? It’s too soon to say, but early indicators are not good.