Employment and Training

The Kiama Community College are pleased to offer an array of online (via zoom), subsidised courses in SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER.


Subsidies are available for all courses below, for eligible students*

Computerised Bookkeeping using MYOB^*
Tuesday 12 October

Develop Social Media for your Beauty Salon*
Self-paced, start anytime

Microsoft Excel: BSBTEC302 Design and Produce Spreadsheets^*
Friday 1 October

Microsoft Word & Publisher: BSBTEC301 Design and Produce Business Documents^*
Wednesday 22 September

Use Remote Communication Tools: Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Instant Messaging and more*
Thursday 7 October

Digital workplace skills for beginners^*
Wednesday 22 September

Navigating Career Crossroads: BSBPEF101 Plan and Prepare for Work Readiness^*
Wednesday 22 September

Stand out Resumes, Job Applications & Interview skills*
Thursday 23 September

Introduction to Working in Aged Care CHCCOMOO5*^
Tuesday 5 October

Introduction to Working in the Beauty Industry*
Starting soon, register your interest

*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 please refer to our website or phone the Community College on 02 4232 1050.

^This is a nationally recognised Qualification or Statement of Attainment.

Training on financial support for energy and water issues

Sydney Water and the Energy Ombudsman of NSW are delivering free training for community workers who work with vulnerable communities.  

Do you know what supports are available for families and individuals during this difficult time? Register below to find out.

When: Wednesday 22 September, 10.30pm – 12pm
Where: online (via MS Teams)
Register:  Via this Link

This session is for community workers who work with clients to address financial resourcing related to energy and water issues. Information includes details on help paying bills, disconnection and re-connection, how to avoid high bills, disputed accounts, managing your account and how to save on bills. The session is an opportunity to learn about the issues affecting consumers first-hand, and how to help clients overcome these issues.

This is particularly designed for workers who support vulnerable groups and those experiencing hardship, including:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
  • community housing tenants
  • people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
  • seniors
  • people with disabilities
  • people living on fixed and or low incomes
  • people living in regional and remote areas

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