About Us

About Us

Community College Northern Inland Inc started out as Barraba Community Learning Association Inc which was formed in 1981 after a public meeting in Barraba. People recognised that Adult and Community buy voltaren online Education could fill an educational void in rural communities for adults. Since 1981 the College has grown with branches in Narrabri (1994) and Inverell (1996) and Warialda (2003) and Moree and Gunnedah (2007) and Bingara (2011). We now enrol over 10,000 students each year in a variety of programs, both vocational and leisure.

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

I am proud to be part of this Association and the Adult and Community Education sector. We have a commitment to provide lifelong learning opportunities that meet peoples' education and skills training needs, but which are enjoyable, relaxed and held in a friendly environment. We want people to take advantage of the short courses we offer and to feel they can move into and out of the system as they choose. We hope people will use Community College Northern Inland Inc as a pathway to further education and training. We also want people to tell us what their education needs are so we can be more responsive to our community.

Diane Carter
Barraba