We are excited to announce that our college is offering the Certificate III in Individual Support and Certificate lll in Early Childhood Education and Care, as well as the Certificate III in Hospitality. A small amount of funding is available for eligible students. We will also be offering First Aid, Barista, Food Handling, RCG and RSA as well as a variety of leisure and lifestyle programs.
Please note all students doing accredited training will need a USI (Unique Student Identifier) which are available online, at no cost to you. Apply to www.usi.gov.au and follow the prompts.
Looking forward to meeting you and assisting you on your learning journey.
Linda Drake, CEO
If you have any queries about the above please feel free to contact us.
The experienced qualified staff at the College is on hand to provide mentoring services to all students
The College has excellent working relationships with the local employment service providers who can provide information and various printed material to students regarding job placements. Brochures are also available from our office
Disability Support Services
Contact our office staff between 9.00am to 4.00pm
A large range of brochures are available from our office including information regarding Dads in Distress, Sexual Assault, Adolescent and Family Counselling, Women’s Counselling, Drug and Alcohol Clinical Services, Trauma, Relationship Counselling
Language, Literacy and Numeracy
Brochures are available from our office
IT Support Services
The computer lab at the College is available by appointment for extra -curricular learning between the hours of 9am – 4pm. All ten computers within the computer room have broadband access, internet and email facilities
Flexible Delivery Programs
Telephone, email, networking and tutorial support is available by experienced and qualified College staff for students in flexible delivery programs
Our mission is to strive to provide a wide range of accessible, quality educational activities which meet current adult community needs.
The aim of the Centre is to provide adult members of the community with the opportunity to participate in a quality student centred learning program, enabling them to improve their quality of life and that of the community.
These programs will be devised in consultation with the target group and will focus on local community needs.
Our Code of Practice
Tomaree Community College is a Registered Training Organisation. Accordingly this organisation operates under a Code of Practice that incorporates the following policies. These policies are available to all students on request.
This policy states that TCC will ensure that all persons have access to our education programs regardless of age, gender, sexuality, race, ethnic origin, political belief, religious belief, disability or disadvantage.
Assessments for accredited courses will be carried out in accordance with the National Principles against the stated learning outcomes or competencies in the accredited curriculum.
Please contact a staff member if you would like to view these documents.