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With courses delivered on-campus, online or by distance, you can choose to study your way. You can complete a course at one of our 17 campuses, or learn in the comfort of your own home at your own pace, or study on-the-job while you work.
At our 17 campuses along the North Coast of NSW you’ll find state-of-the-art training facilities and skilled and friendly teachers. You’ll also discover a vibrant and supportive social life with your fellow students.
Each campus offers specialist knowledge and training, and strong relationships with schools and universities. Our campuses offer comfortable study spaces, libraries and extensive support services.
Online study is perfect for people with busy lives and lots of commitments. You can learn at anytime, anywhere you choose. Access an online course from home, in the workplace, or on campus.
If you’re a motivated and self-directed learner you can study in a way that suits you. Our friendly, professional teachers and your fellow students will support and guide you along the way using forums, chat groups and email.
Our distance learning courses provide you with flexible options so you can tailor your study to suit your needs.
Course materials are provided in print format or sent on DVD or email. You’ll receive support in your learning from teachers via phone and email, and you may attend workshops during the course.
Did you know that some courses allow you to combine different learning models so you can design your study to suit you?
Whether you’re looking for hands-on structured training or the ability to learn in your own place at your own pace, we’re here to help you choose the right study option. Because we know every student has unique needs, we can even help you combine different learning models to design your study to suit you.
Our friendly support staff in the Customer Service Centre can help you with any questions you might have about our on-campus, online or distance study options. You can contact us via a web enquiry form, by email or phone. You can also contact a campus directly.