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Welcome to a journey of learning.

Albury Wodonga Community College has been a key educational contributor in the local region for almost 50 years. From the beginning, AWCC has been an Adult and Community Education Provider dedicated to the advancement and support of lifelong learning opportunities.


Local courses for local people

In life, we never stop learning. Learning is a process that teaches us skills we can apply at work and it improves the quality of our lives and the lives of others. 


The Community College is Albury Wodonga’s educational hub and home to a family of training and educational programs. Located in the heart of Wodonga, the Community College provides learning services for all age groups, driven by a team that is dedicated and passionate about lifelong learning.  


As an Adult and Community Education Provider, we have our origins based in the advancement and support of lifelong learning opportunities. We provide specialist assistance that establishes pathways to further educational opportunities. Our programs also cater for the needs and interests of young people, senior secondary school students in Years 9 to 12, the general community, third age learners, workplaces and businesses. We also have a range of services to cater for children including mobile and centre based education and care services, as well as preschool. 


With the support of numerous locations in both our regional Victoria and New South Wales areas, we provide assistance to approximately 3,000 students and customers per year.


To people in our local community, we hope you find our courses and services of interest and assistance; we welcome your feedback and suggestions. To those of you visiting our website for interest, we would be pleased to assist with any further information about our organisation should you require it.


Indie School   

Every young person should have the ability to shine. Indie School is for people aged between 15 and 19, who up until now, have been unable to complete their studies.

Indie School is not your traditional school, it adheres to a philosophy based on choice, independence, mutual respect and accountability. Indie School also differs from conventional learning by limited class sizes, allowing students greater opportunity to identify their strengths and improve confidence. The result is a self belief that often leads to higher levels of responsibility and greater freedoms. Indie School closes the gap and makes up for previously unsatisfactory education experiences. For more information about Indie School, follow the link.


Alternative Learning   

As a campus of the Australian College of Higher Education, Albury Wodonga Community College provides two key education programs that teach skills designed to support education and employment.

The programs aim to improve literacy and numeracy skills with employment focused training. These programs cater for a variety of people, including students with special learning needs, youth who are disengaged or are at risk of becoming disengaged from mainstream school, students with diagnosed and undiagnosed learning disabilities and/or a mental illness, and adults with low literacy and numeracy skills.


Aware Programs   

Aware Programs is a registered NDIS provider offering positive options for people with a disability. Aware is proudly part of the Albury Wodonga Community College, offering supported employment, lifestyle activities and accredited training programs.


Active Ageing (U3A and Creative Learners)   

The Community College offers two Active Ageing programs. The University of the Third Age (U3A) Creative Learners. Although the word ‘university’ is in the title, the U3A is more like a coming together of minds and friends with something in common; a thirst for knowledge and a passion for learning.  There are no degrees or diplomas, but a sharing of knowledge and fun among mature aged students. Creative Learners is a popular program attuned to retirees providing a wide range of social learning activities. 


Our Directors

Albury Wodonga Community College has a broad cross section of board members with diverse business and educational backgrounds.


Each member contributes their time, insight and expertise into making the decisions necessary for the future success and direction of the college.


Current Directors of Albury Wodonga Community College Limited


Kevin Poulton image
Kevin Poulton
Board Member since 2011
Rochelle Clegg image
Rochelle Clegg
Deputy Chairperson
Board Member since 2018
Harry Fowler image
Harry Fowler
Board Member since 2019
Glenn Bourke image
Glenn Bourke
Board Member since 2018
John Kumnick image
John Kumnick
Board Member since 2019
Tim Frazer image
Tim Frazer
Board Member since 2016
Rodney Wangman image
Rodney Wangman
Chief Executive Officer
Principal Indie Schools, Company Secretary