Our Charleville location is located close to the town centre and provides industry-relevant training to develop in-demand skills.
Please note that Charleville's opening hours are dependent on current course delivery and that the campus may be unattended if there are no classes scheduled. For customer service enquiries it is best to contact our customer service centre on 1300 308 233 or through our website. Student support and school programs do operate on campus, however it is best to check operating times with the customer service team prior to visiting.
Certificate II in Health Support Services
Start your career in the health care sector with this entry-level course and develop the basic skills needed to work within a variety of health environments in support roles.
- Hospital Laundry Worker
- Food Services Assistant (Hospital)
- Ward Assistant (hospital)
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
Start your career with this entry level course that will set you up with the foundation skills you need to succeed as a educator in early childhood education and care.
- Family Day Care Provider
- Early Childhood Education and Care Assistant
- Early Childhood Education and Care Worker
66 Galatea Street,
Charleville Qld 4470
PO Box 645,
Charleville Qld 4470
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