Adult Education & Alesco Senior College 72 Port Stephens Street Raymond Terrace NSW Adult Learning ACE (Adult & Community Education) Mullumbimby PO Box Mullumbimby NSW Railway Station Prince Street Mullumbimby NSW Ph: (02) Fax: (02) Email: [email protected] ACE Space Upstairs Byron Bay Community Centre 69 Jonson Street Byron Bay NSW Ph: (02) Mullumbimby Read more.
We are so proud to be part of the NSW adult and community education sector. Collectively, we engage more disadvantaged and vulnerable learners than any other type of provider, and deliver great training and employment outcomes. Through the learning we offer, our vision is to help each individual person in our community to grow. Programs where you can learn at your own pace, with support and in community, as well as Covid Safe traditional face to face courses. In the need for employment and skilling won’t end. So the College has developed programs based on essential skill sets and is looking forward to project based service learning programs with broad access to.
Adult & Community Education (ACE) Funding (formerly Community Service Obligation CSO) The Adult and Community Education (ACE) Program has been designed to support to those who are disadvantaged and who need additional skills and knowledge to move into further study and/or gain employment. NSW ACE providers reach vulnerable and disadvantaged students. E-Learning Resources for Adult and Community Education Organisations. Surviving the Coronavirus: Lessons for Australian Training and Skills. Professional Development for CCA Members. CCA offers a variety of Professional Development opportunities.
South Coast Careers Colleges South Coast Careers College and Adult Ed Community College are collectively known as South Coast Colleges. When it comes to education we open up a whole new realm of possibility all brought about by making choices – choices to pursue a career dream, choices to gain a new skill, to get a job, to progress in a job. We have also provided the detailed results by course and college in a separate report to the NSW Board of Adult and Community Education (Applied Economics, ). Some of the main findings are as follows. A high proportion of students had participated in previous courses or planned to participate in more courses.