Students

Student Information

Lifelong learning—at Community College Northern Inland we offer a broad range of training designed to appeal to all ages and interests.

The College is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO no. 90027), and we have a range of nationally accredited courses and qualifications we deliver and assess. We also have formal agreements in place with other RTOs to ensure additional qualifications are available in our local communities.

We work closely with other Community Colleges in this region and the North Coast to ensure we can offer a comprehensive choice of both classroom and online training. In addition we offer a range of hobby, leisure and lifestyle courses for all ages and all interests.

We have Program Coordinators in Barraba, Bingara, Gunnedah, Inverell, Moree, Narrabri and Warialda who are here to assist and advise on courses that are tailored to interest our communities. If you have an idea for a course you’d like offered in your town, please talk to your local Program Coordinator. We’ll do our best to arrange it.

Below you’ll find some our policies which are designed to clarify what we can provide, how we work to ensure your learning is a good experience and how you can expect to gain the skills and knowledge you’re looking for.

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