Roma is a pivotal business centre for the Western Downs region. Located on the Warrego Highway, Roma is known for its gas and oil production and is home to Australia's largest cattle sales. Our Roma campus is located a 15 minute walk from the city centre with easy access to food outlets to fuel up between classes.
What's on offer at the Roma campus
Our Roma campus offers courses across a number of key industry areas including aged care, agriculture, business, child care, building and construction, cookery, crime and justice, engineering, English language studies, first aid, hospitality, and nursing.
Facilities and services
- Aged care training facilities
- Hospitality training kitchen
- Modern classrooms
- Nearby childcare facilities
- Trade facilities for metal fabrication, construction, and automotive
Certificate III in Business
Kick start your career with this entry-level course in business. This course will give you the practical skills to successfully work in an office or business environment.
- Junior Personal Assistant
- Office Assistant
- Accounts Clerk
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 worker in early childhood education and care.
- Family Day Care Provider
- Early Childhood Education and Care Assistant
- Early Childhood Education and Care Worker
Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)
Take your building and construction management career to the next level with this advanced qualification. Apply for your Builder Project Management Services licence and become a qualified project manager or job site supervisor for high-rise construction work.
- Site Supervisor
- Construction Project Manager
Roma Qld 4455
PO Box 181,
Roma Qld 4455
Taxi services are available through Roma Cabs, however there is no public transport available to the Roma campus.
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to campus.
We have plenty of free on-site parking available for students at our Roma campus with access off Timbury Street.
Hospitality training kitchen
Our hospitality students will learn hands on in our hospitality training kitchen and restaurant, Timbury's. Our industry-standard kitchen is fully equipped with preparation areas, cooking stations, multi-plate cook tops, industrial ovens, and recessed deep fryers. You can put your skills into practice in a real-world environment under the guidance of industry-experienced teachers.
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