Sitting on the banks of the Condamine River, Warwick is the administrative centre of the Southern Downs Region. Known as the 'Rose and Rodeo Capital' Warwick also features some of the state's finest original sandstone buildings. Our Warwick campus is located on the outskirts of the town, close to the Warwick Showgrounds.
What's on offer at the Warwick campus
Our Warwick location offers courses across a range of study areas including aged care, agriculture, automotive, business, engineering, child care, cookery, first aid, general education, nursing, and hospitality.
Facilities and services
- Aged care training facilities
- Automotive and engineering workshops
- Customer service centre
- Free on-site parking
- Student hub
- Training restaurant
Certificate IV in Youth Work
Kick start your career in youth work with this intermediate-level course that will equip you with the skills to start working with young people in the community sooner.
- Indigenous Support Worker
- Intervention and support programs with young people and their families
- Child Safety Support Officer
- Youth justice youth worker
- Youth worker / program support officer in community based programs supporting children, young people and families experiencing mental health, domestic
- Child and youth residential care worker
- Youth mental health and disability youth worker
- School based youth support officer
- Neighbourhood centre programs including parenting programs worker / case worker
- Program support worker with children, young people and their families
Diploma of Business
Thrive in a career in business with this high-level qualification. This course is perfect for people who want to elevate their skills at a management or executive level.
- Program Consultant
- Program Coordinator
- Executive Officer
- Administration Manager
Diploma of Community Services
Take the next step in your career in community services with this advanced qualification. This course is perfect for people who want to work in the community sector.
- Social Housing Coordinator
- Community Services Worker
- Welfare Worker
- Case Manager
- Family Support Worker
200 Dragon Street,
Warwick Qld 4370
PO Box 260,
Warwick Qld 4370
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 Warwick campus.
John Deere equipment
Our agricultural mechanical technology students have access to a John Deere 7230R Row-Crop Tractor and a 5085E Utility Tractor. Our partnership with John Deere also allows students to access online training in John Deere’s exclusive Service ADVISOR and Ag Management Solutions. This includes GPS guidance systems and precision farming applications as well as extensive knowledge and experience in hydraulic, electronic and mechanical systems.
Horizons training restaurant
The Horizons training restaurant is a fully licensed, open-to-the-public restaurant offering a variety of high quality and affordable meals and beverages. The restaurant operates from a training perspective, giving our hospitality students the opportunity to experience training in a comfortable and positive environment.
Our automotive workshops in Warwick are well equipped to give you all the theoretical knowledge and practical skills you need to get job ready. The workshops feature a range of industry-standard equipment including two Holden specialist vehicles, a BPW training axel, and a Cummins ISX E5 engine for training in advanced emissions control technology, computerised diagnostic systems, and live engine data capabilities.
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