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Online learning is the perfect study option for those that need the opportunity to study in their time and at their own pace.

Our online study option allows you to complete your study at a time that is convenient to you and your personal circumstances.

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The Junior College Club

Before and after school care, including vacation care for school aged children and Creche for younger childern

 

Business and Workplace

General Interest Courses

Online Courses

Study Your Way Online



The Junior College Club

Before and after school care, including vacation care for school aged children and Creche for younger childern

 

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Welcome 2021 Students

Tomaree Community College is located in the heart of Nelson Bay. On the site of Nelson Bay’s original primary school, the campus offers facilities for a large range of training and education.

If you are looking to update your qualifications or change career direction, our College offers training for your career or professional development. Our courses have national accreditation, which means that they are recognised all over Australia. These courses provide a firm foundation for anyone seeking work in the local Port Stephens region.

We also offer a range of leisure courses designed to meet the needs and interests of our local community. You can keep up to date with computers and modern technology, learn to bake bread or find out more about Australian art. There are so many opportunities to enhance your lifestyle at Tomaree Community College.

The CEO of the College is Linda Drake and her objective is to keep all the courses relevant to the needs of the local area. Together with the College’s team, she is working hard to bring a diverse range of learning opportunities to the Port Stephens community.

Find out more about Smart and Skilled and if you are eligible for assistance.

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