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Macquarie Community College

Introduction

Establishing a Legacy of Learning

Since 1950, Macquarie Community College has been a leading provider of adult community education. As a not-for-profit Registered Training Organisation (RTO), we prioritize delivering high-quality programs that empower individuals, organizations, and communities. With campuses in Blacktown, Carlingford, Chatswood, Mt Druitt, Richmond, and Ryde, along with various community and employer sites across northern and western Sydney, we cater to a diverse range of learners.

Programs for Empowering Individuals and Communities

English Language and Literacy Tuition

Building Language Skills for Inclusion

Macquarie Community College offers comprehensive English language and literacy programs designed to support migrants on their language acquisition journey. Consequently, our courses enhance communication skills and enable full participation in society.

Career Training and Upskilling

Navigating Career Paths with Confidence

Recognizing the importance of staying relevant in a rapidly changing job market, we provide career training and upskilling programs for jobseekers and individuals aiming to change or accelerate their careers. Specifically, our courses focus on growing industries like aged care, childcare, disability, and business. As a result, we equip learners with the necessary skills for employment success.

Leisure and Self-Improvement

Unlocking Passions and Lifelong Learning

At Macquarie Community College, we embrace lifelong learning. Therefore, we offer a wide range of open entry short courses that cater to the interests and passions of lifelong learners. These courses cover various areas, including arts and crafts, foreign languages, fitness and sports, cooking, photography, and DIY projects.

Addressing Barriers and Promoting Inclusion

Breaking Barriers to Education and Employment

We are committed to making education and training accessible to all individuals, regardless of their circumstances. As a result, our programs include employability and foundation skills training specifically designed to support jobseekers. Moreover, we offer digital literacy and other skill-building courses for learners facing barriers. Through these initiatives, we empower individuals and break down barriers to education and employment.

Our Approach and Values

Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment

At Macquarie Community College, we value the diversity of our participants and their unique cultural, socio-economic, and personal backgrounds. Therefore, we strive to create an inclusive and supportive learning environment. As a result, everyone feels welcome, supported, and respected.

Collaboration and Continuous Improvement

Working Together for Excellence

We strongly believe in collaboration and actively seek input from our clients, program staff, trainers, government bodies, community organizations, and other stakeholders. By incorporating their feedback and expertise, we continuously improve our programs to meet the evolving needs of our learners and communities.

Governance and Recognition

Transparency, Accountability, and Impact

Macquarie Community College operates as a not-for-profit public company limited by guarantee. We are governed by a voluntary Board of Directors and supported by our valued members. As a registered training organization (RTO 90033), the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) regulates us. Additionally, we proudly hold membership with Community Colleges Australia. Moreover, we have charitable status granted by the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) and are recognized as a deductible gift recipient (DGR).

Conclusion

Join the Macquarie Community College Community

Macquarie Community College remains committed to its mission of lifelong learning and community development. Through our high-quality, flexible, and inclusive education and training programs, we empower individuals, organizations, and communities to thrive and succeed. Therefore, we invite you to join us on this exciting journey of growth and discovery at Macquarie Community College. Together, we can make a difference.

Location

Membership

Membership Level
Non For Profit

Contact Information

Address
263, Marsden Road, Mobbs Hill, Carlingford, Sydney, City of Parramatta Council, New South Wales, 2118, Australia
Phone
Zip/Post Code
2118
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