courses to get excited about
There is an unprecedented abundance of opportunity in the North Coast region currently. Here at the College we are encouraging the local community to take hold of the moment.
These courses target workplace skills, compliance and professional development needs. There has never been a better time to skill up for work.
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Courses currently available:
Accredited by SafeWork NSW, this general induction training covers persons entering the construction industry or those seeking registration as an owner builder.
This is mandatory training for people wanting to work with alcohol in the hospitality industry (where alcohol is either served or sold). It is also applicable to security staff who monitor patron behaviour and to the licensee who is ultimately responsible for Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) management.
This mandatory six hour, accredited program approved by Liquor & Gaming NSW aims to encourage a responsible, caring and professional approach to gambling and is for everyone working in gaming venues of licenced premises in NSW.
Learn to make espresso coffees, select and grind beans and advise customers. Get accredited in using, cleaning and maintaining commercial coffee machines and grinders.
Food businesses in NSW are required to have a designated Food Safety Supervisor on site to ensure safe food handling practices are implemented. This applies to businesses that serve food at attractions, aged care facilities, hospitals, bakeries, cafes, restaurants, event or conference catering, market stalls, supermarkets, in-flight and other transport catering.
This course targets the provision of first aid response to infants, children and adults. The unit applies to educators and support staff working within an education and care setting who are required to respond to a first aid emergency, including asthmatic and anaphylactic emergencies.
Approved by WorkCover, this one day course provides the skills and knowledge required to deliver first aid responses, life support and casualty management until the arrival of medical or other assistance.