Education and training
The Adult and Community Education (ACE) Unit promotes community education, supports funded community colleges and provides information and advice on community education across NSW.
Looking at selecting an area of study in Australia, Career FAQ's host over 700 different online courses from accredited suppliers. Career FAQ's also have a great selection of career resources to help Job seekers find work.
The University of Sydney offers an extensive number of short courses on a wide range of topics, all of which are open to the general public.
Community colleges offer a wide range of general interest courses as well as nationally accredited courses.
Courses Direct is Australia's largest provider of distance education courses with colleges in Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle, Canberra, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide and Perth. They deliver over 600 qualifications that you can study from home.
NSW AMES provides leadership in the field of quality language and literacy education through its course provision, resource and curriculum development.
Open Colleges is Australia's leader in open learning. They offer over 130 flexible online and distance education courses that allow you to fit study around your lifestyle.
Here you can find thousands of courses in NSW that you can study either in a classroom, online or via distance learning.
Information about finding the right TAFE course for you and how to plan your career.
TAFE NSW short courses provide intensive training to help advance your career, update your skills and knowledge, or meet specific legislative requirements. There are a wide range of short courses available across a broad range of industry areas.
U3A Online offers short online courses and many other useful resources for older people, especially those who are geographically, physically or socially isolated.