Information Technology in Gunnedah

IT’s the highlight of my week.”

Students preparing for a return to work or change in career by making sure they have the skills employers want are finding their training sessions at Gunnedah Community College are the highlight of their week!

As an approved community-based vocational education and training (VET) provider, the college is well known as a strong organisation embedded in the heart of the community. According to Executive Officer, Alison Heagney, “As an adult community education provider, our ability to deliver responsive skills-based training to help people get the skills and knowledge they need to enter or re-enter the workforce is what sets us apart

Community College Business and IT trainer, Fiona Knapman, said “Short courses in IT like the ‘Introduction to Information Technology’ are a win-win for students and employers, due to their focus on teaching students the skills that employers want and businesses need.”

Information and Communication Technology courses are on offer again with staff providing a safe and supportive environment. Classes will continue to be delivered under social distancing guidelines. To enquire about joining a class please contact the College on 0438 846 262 or Freecall 1800 952 264 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. This training is subsidised by the NSW Government so students are encouraged to talk to college staff about their eligibility for fee-free training

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