Located midway between Townsville and Innisfail, the town of Ingham is the southern gateway to the World Heritage-listed rainforests of Tropical North Queensland. The town is the service centre for many of the surrounding sugarcane plantations and has nearby attractions including majestic Hinchinbrook Island and Australia's highest sheer drop waterfall, Wallaman Falls.
What's on offer at the Ingham campus
Located in the town centre, our Ingham campus offers easy access to nearby cafes, food outlets, and other facilities. Our Ingham campus offers introductory and advanced courses relevant to the needs of the local community including early childhood education and care, as well as specialised first aid and CPR.
Facilities and services
- Computer room
- Modern classrooms
- Video conferencing facilities
Certificate I in Workplace Skills
Set yourself on the path to a career in business with this introductory qualification. This course will prepare you for further study and equip you with the foundation skills to work in a range of entry-level administrative positions.
- Administration Assistant
- Office Assistant
- General Clerk
Certificate II in Retail Services
Establish valuable skills and basic knowledge and gain hands-on experience with this entry-level qualification in retail services. You'll become competent in a range of activities and skills within the retail sector.
- Customer Service Assistant
- Gourmet Food Sales Assistant
- Customer Service Assistant (Quick Food)
- Customer Service Assistant (Department Stores)
- Checkout Operator
- Customer Service Officer
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
Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
Progress your career in Early Childhood Education and Care with this advanced qualification and gain the specialised skills and knowledge needed to work as an early childhood educator or centre director.
- Early Childhood Educator
- Early Childhood Centre Director
74 Townsville Road,
Ingham Qld 4850
PO Box 1513,
Ingham Qld 4850
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class with bike racks available on campus.
There is plenty of street parking and public car parks surrounding the Ingham campus.
Video conferencing facilities
We want to support our students no matter where they are or what study mode they prefer. Our Ingham campus brings our teachers into campus via our state-of-the-art video conferencing facilities. These training facilities are designed to provide tutorial support to students who are studying externally. With our virtual training rooms you can speak directly to your teacher, no matter how far away you are, and interact with your classmates in a real-time environment.
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