We have moved! Our new location in Benalla is 85 Nunn Street.
The Centre campus in Benalla was previously at 50 Barkly Street, and we have now moved to 85 Nunn Street Benalla. Our new location is centrally located with modern training rooms and facilities. Make sure you drop by and find out more about the range of courses running in Benalla through The Centre.
The Centre's First Aid program coordinator, Janet Gardiner, and trainers were excited to be able to assist at the 'King Valley Minikhana' event held at Cheshunt during the school holidays.
The event was organised by Edi Primary School, with approximately 50 participants aged from 6 - 13 years of age. The Centre's First Aid team, who teach First Aid classes at The Centre, were excited to be involved in the event and volunteer their time to provide essential first aid services and brief the participants on first aid safety.
If you need to update your First Aid, contact us at The Centre to find out more on 03 5721 0200.
Hospitality students from Wodonga and Bright are battling it out to represent their region in the Murray River Culinary Challenge (MRCC). The Wodonga regional final will take place on the 12th August, and this is the third year the Wodonga region has participated in the MRCC.
Angela Pesavento and Shane Crispin Workplace Learning Coordinators from The Centre are highly involved in the MRCC, helping to coordinate the competition in the Wodonga and Wangaratta areas. The MRCC involves 23 schools from Wangaratta, Echuca, Shepparton and Swan Hill regions. The Grand Final of the MRCC will be held at Galen College in Wangaratta on the 14th September.
If you enjoy working with children and seeing them grow through educational achievement, then this is an ideal career for you. The demand for Teacher’s Aides is high in both primary and secondary schools throughout our region. Teacher’s Aides assist teachers with the supervision and support of students and the delivery of learning programs. They also provide support and assistance to students with special needs, including those with physical or intellectual disabilities, or behavioural issues. Find out more here.
The Semester 2, 2015 Course Guide is OUT NOW! Make sure you get a copy by dropping into The Centre or download a copy from our website. The best thing about The Centre's programs is that there is something for everyone! Contact us on 03 5721 0200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about our courses or to enrol now!
Now is your opportunity to be part of the Magpies All Abilities Footy Team in Wangaratta!
Be a part of the Wangaratta Magpies Football and Netball Club, take part in weekly training sessions and play Inter-League games against Wodonga, Shepparton and Echuca. To find out more, contact Ros Taylor from the Wangaratta Football and Netball Club on 0419 884 583 or email: email@example.com
All Abilities Footy Flyer
Are you happy with your literacy and numeracy skills? Maybe you want to help your children with their homework, but feel you can’t offer that help? The Centre offers a Literacy and Numeracy course for adult learners, providing a safe and supportive environment to build on those foundation skills.
The Learning, Literacy and Numeracy program aims to assist clients to develop the confidence, resilience and competencies required for accessing opportunities and pathways that can enhance life satisfaction. Find out more by contacting The Centre on 5721 0200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centre are very proud winners of the Wangaratta Business Award category: Workplace Development and Well Being in 2014.
We would like to thank our customers, students, staff and community for your support. We have a proud history of over 50 years providing education, training and community development opportunities in our community and this award in the Wangaratta community is something we are very proud of.
The Centre is a proud member of Community Colleges Australia (CCA)- the peak body for not-for-profit community owned learning organisations across Australia.
The community education sector delivers accredited vocational education and training (VET) to hundreds of thousands of people each year, from pre-vocational through to Advanced Diploma courses across a diverse range of skill requirements and industry areas.
To find out more about CCA click here: http://www.cca.edu.au/index.html and you can also watch this inspiring video from some students across the country who have undertaken study at their local community college: