Community College course leads to employment

Students who have completed the Certifi cate III in Aged Care at the Central Coast Community College

Students undertaking the Certificate III in Aged Care at the Central Coast Community College have managed to secure employment with a range of Aged Care providers on the Coast.

Thirteen of the 15 students who completed the course have now gained work with Henry Kendall Aged Care in Wyoming, The Orchards in Lisarow and Aurrum in Erina, to name just a few.

Ms Mary Grace Suarez Little, who has recently been offered a job at The Orchards, said: “Enrolling in the Certifi cate III Aged Care course at the college was the best decision I made.

“The trainer was fantastic and I love working with the elderly. “The Orchards were so impressed with the training that I had received, they offered me a full-time job,” she said.

Executive director of the Central Coast Community College, Mr Johnathan Davis said: “Our Aged Care trainer, Ms Pam Hackett, is a practicing nurse with over 30 years industry experience in both the UK and Australia.

“We have high expectations of our students, which is evidenced by the high number that get offered work,” she concluded.

Media release,
Nov 11, 2015
Johnathan Davis, Central
Coast Community College

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