About Western College
Strategic Direction & Future
Western College is a not-for-profit community-based organisation that contributes to the wellbeing of the community through the creation of opportunities for lifelong learning and vocational education and the development of educational pathways and services for members of the community.
In October 2018, Western College was acquired by VERTO, an award winning, not-for-profit organisation assisting businesses and individuals with all their apprenticeship, employment and training needs. Our expertise covers a range of areas including Aboriginal services, Australian apprenticeships services, disability services, employment services and vocational training to help businesses, individuals and local industry to thrive. Our mission is to positively impact the lives of individuals and communities and we’ve built a track record of exemplary customer service over 30 years, built around an ethical approach.You’ll find the team in over 40 locations across New South Wales, Victoria, and the ACT.
Work With Western College
Every day our workforce positively changes lives by helping people to find work, start an apprenticeship, learn a new skill or overcome challenging barriers.
In addition to having a positive impact in your community, as a Western College employee, you’ll also enjoy a fast-paced and productive work environment offering a competitive range of entitlements.
Here’s Just Some Of The Benefits You’ll Enjoy:
- Access to salary packaging
- Generous leave entitlements including 5 weeks annual leave
- Income protection insurance
- Supported induction and probation during your first 6 months of employment
- An individualised personal development plan for each role and contributing to the organisations’ Strategic Plan
- Learning, traineeships and professional development opportunities to keep you at the top of your field
Western College is an equal employment opportunity employer of choice, welcoming applicants from all backgrounds.
Keen to join the Western College Team?
Visit VERTO’s website to find current vacancies across the whole company, including positions currently available at Western College.
Other Courses We Offer
Please contact us for further information on any of these courses and the complete course directory.
|BSB20115||Certificate II in Business|
|BSB30115||Certificate III in Business|
|BSB40215||Certificate IV in Business|
|BSB42015||Certificate IV in Leadership and Management|
|BSB50215||Diploma of Business|
|BSB51615||Diploma of Quality Auditing|
|BSB51918||Diploma of Leadership and Management|
|CHC32015||Certificate III in Community Services|
|CHC33015||Certificate III in Individual Support|
|CHC41115||Certificate IV in Employment Services|
|CHC42015||Certificate IV in Community Services|
|CHC43015||Certificate IV in Ageing Support|
|CHC43115||Certificate IV in Disability|
|CHC52015||Diploma of Community Services|
|SIR20216||Certificate II in Retail Services|
|SIR30216||Certificate III in Retail|
|SIT20316||Certificate II in Hospitality|
|SIT30616||Certificate III in Hospitality|
|TLI21616||Certificate II in Warehousing Operations|
|TLI31616||Certificate III in Warehousing Operations|
Our Advisory Board
Rod Crowfoot – Chairperson | Michael Adams – Secretary | Geoff McKechnie – Director
What People Are Saying
Feedback from our students...
Firstly, I am a senior citizen and I have attended about 6 lots of Tech Savvy Courses for Seniors held at Dubbo since August 2016.
Although I have a reasonable basic knowledge of computers, I found the courses very beneficial and this enabled me to experience a much wider use of the internet. I have much more confidence in such things as Gmail; Apps; Podcasts; Facebook; Youtube; as well as buying online. The smaller classes enabled a more comprehensive coverage of each topic.
I would definitely recommend to any senior citizen who is computer “illiterate” seeking to use computers, iPads, tablets etc. to enrol in these courses.Colin Selwood