Macquarie Community College is a Registered Training Organisation established in 1988.
Offering a wide range of courses within an innovative and professional environment, at locations throughout the northern and western suburbs of Sydney. The original purpose of Macquarie was to assist individuals in realising their potential. That purpose is still the focus of the College today providing a nurturing and supportive environment to all of our students.
The name, Macquarie, is synonymous with affordable, quality education, strong commitment to the community it serves, continuous improvement, and delivery of excellence in our service and programs. The College is committed to: Meeting the diverse needs of the local community; Providing quality training with an ethical, caring and professional approach; Providing pathways to employment, career advancement and career changes; Continuous innovation, improvement and striving for best practice.
Macquarie Community College employs over 200 staff who are committed to providing the community with lifelong learning opportunities that are relevant, accessible and affordable.
Courses delivered by Macquarie Community College RTO#90033
Entry requirements for Macquarie Community College
Students will need to have language, literacy and numeracy skills that allow them to read and interpret information and prepare documents. The level of language, literacy and numeracy skills is dependent on the course and will be assessed prior to enrolment into any course at a Certificate III or below.
Transfering your previous study credits
If students have completed previous recognised study (e.g. through TAFE) or have work experience, this may accelerate course completion. Experience can be in a paid or voluntary role. For more information please contact Macquarie Community College for a recognition of Prior Learning or Credit Transfer options.