You are invited!

Nambucca Vocational College is hosting a Community Open Day at its Macksville Campus on Saturday 16 November from 9am-12pm and invites the local community to come along to 29 Cooper St Macksville. Download the flyer: NVC_community open day A4_v1

Tour the modern facilities, learn about the range of available courses on offer and see how the College is working with the community to create employment opportunities and develop workplace experience.

Along with a delicious morning tea prepared with help from the College’s hospitality students, the Open Day is offering free mini learning sessions on CPR, snake bites, allergies and anaphylaxis and safe food handling.

As part of Australian Food Safety Week, you can also learn about ‘Excellent eggs – How to handle them safely’. One lucky person will also have the opportunity to win a free training course on the day to the value of $200.

The College offers a range of courses in Hospitality, Aged Care, First Aid, and many more, with a strong focus on practical skills for work placement and local employment.

Nambucca Vocational College understands that starting a course is really about creating new employment opportunities and finding new direction. The programs are competency based so that students gain knowledge and skills and develop workplace experience to increase their employment potential.

Celeste Howden, Nambucca Vocational College Manager, said, “We are a bit of a hidden gem in the community. We encourage you to come along to our open day to find out more about the role we play in developing quality skills for carers in all settings whether employed in residential aged care, disability or as a home carer. And for people looking for work, our qualifications and traineeships give you great experience with hands on skills in aged care, disability and hospitality”.

Nambucca Vocational College was set up by NVC Group, a long standing community-owned service provider, to ensure great employment opportunities and high quality skills for the local community.

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