Employment and Training

Kiama Community College

APRIL & MAY UPCOMING COURSE OPTIONS

Subsidies & Fee-Free Scholarships are available for all courses below, for eligible students*

TRAINER & ASSESSOR QUALIFCIATIONS 
Cert IV in Training & Assessment TAE40116

BUSINESS & ACCOUNTING 
Cert I in Information, Digital Media & Technology ICT10115

Cert IV in Leadership & Management BSB42015

Cert III in Accounts Administration FNS30317


SHORT COURSES
Microsoft Office At Your Level (Accredited Skill Set)

SUBSIDY INFORMATION
*Subsidies and fee free scholarships are available for students who meet the eligibility requirements. The training is subsidised by the NSW Government. If you would like more information on Smart and Skilled please refer to our website or phone the Community College on 02 4232 1050.

BUSINESS, IT & ACCOUNTING
Our VET qualifications in administration, business, accounting and information technology provide access to opportunities for workplace entry and transition as well as skill and career development. Business and Accounting students are supported to ensure that they successfully pathway to employment or further studies.


TRAINER & ASSESSOR QUALIFICATIONS
Certificate IV in Training & Assessment TAE40116 focuses on student outcomes and helping students become great trainers, and is the qualification required to become a trainer-assessor in our nation’s accredited vocational training system.

This qualification will provide the skills to design and deliver accredited training and assess competency, as a workplace based trainer-assessor or operating in a classroom or online environment.

WHY CHOOSE KCC? When students study with us, they’ll receive the same qualification and government subsidies provided by TAFEs and other RTOs approved under the NSW Government’s Smart and Skilled program, that can open up opportunities for future employability and employment.

PLUS they will also benefit from small class sizes, individual attention and access to a Student Support Officer who will assist with their study/life needs and support them in seeking work placement and employment. 

As your local Registered Training Organisation (RTO) overseen by the Australian Government, we have provided a wide range of nationally recognised vocational qualifications to more than 3,000 students in our community. Our vocational qualifications assist students to upskill or gain their first job and are recognised by employers across the country. That’s the Community College difference! 



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