Welcome to Care College
Many training companies can offer you training, not many have the focus we place on job outcomes!
Care College works with industry leaders to ensure your training is also the first step in your new career! Our focus is on ensuring your training meets industry expectations and prepares you for either your New Career or your next Career Step.
Graduates will be recommended to vacancies based on the organisational fit. We are proud of our 90% employment success rate for graduates. Join the team that will help you transform your training into an actual job. We work with major employers in the care sector and assist them to recruit new people to the industry.
Our graduates successfully gain employment in the fields of Child Care, Aged Care, Disability Care, Mental Health, Child Youth and Family sector and Home & Community Care. Contact us to discuss how you can turn Care into Career.
“The training and program was fantastic, I had enjoy both. The teaching was very clear and the work placement was heart warming…. Very good experience with Care College they help me to do my best, I highly recommend it.”
“So happy with the content and the trainer, They were knowable, , and very helpful.
I could not fault them. I strongly recommend them”
“Jam packed course, if you are keen to put in the hard work its very rewarding.”
“The course was well thought out, I was impressed by the teachers who were very experienced in the job and very easy to communicate with. I highly recommend this course and LOVE the job”
“The training was very hands on and interesting. I got a job as soon as I finished. It was as I was told by the Care College team, there are jobs everywhere”
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At Care College our focus is on developing great people with exceptional skills to care for those in our community who are often the most vulnerable and in the greatest need.
Message from Our CEO - COVID
If you have been thinking about a new career in Community Services – these news articles will give you insight into what opportunities await you.
Fathema Anwar’s parents thought she was joking when she told them she was moving out of the family home. [www.abc.net.au]
Career changers from Newcastle are finding fulfilling work in the disability sector that is predicted to see a labour shortfall of 75,000 by 2022. [www.abc.net.au]
A Rotary Club in Western Australia trialling a personalised music therapy program for people living with dementia wants the scheme to go national. [www.abc.net.au]
Non-drug treatments such as massage and music therapy are as effective as antipsychotic drugs in treating dementia symptoms, a review of the medical evidence has found. [www.abc.net.au]