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ACCCO has achieved and continues to achieve many professional highlights. Please see a snapshot below of some of our celebrations at ACCCO.

ACCCO holds  position with ITECA Queensland.

Our CEO Mrs Narelle Cossettini holds a position on the Queensland Committee with ITECA.




ACCCO held a position on the board with Health & Community Services (H&CS) Workforce Council

Mrs Narelle Cossettini was previously a member of the Board for the Health and Community Services (H&CS) Workforce Council. Narelle’s successful nomination was supported by a number of leading industry representatives which is indicative of industry’s respect and acknowledgement of her knowledge, experience, commitment and drive for quality outcomes for our communities.  

ACCCO Graduates gain employment!

The recently released National Centre for Vocational Education (NCVER) Student Outcomes Survey statistics show that ACCCO students have higher employment outcomes than all other training providers across Australia! ACCCO graduates sit at 91.4% employment rate which is considerably higher than the 85.6% from all other Australian VET providers. Source: Australian vocational education and training statistics 2019. Click here for further information.


 

2013 Queensland Training Award

ACCCO student Sharnie wins the 2013 Queensland Training Award
(Bob Marshman Trainee of the Year).



Outstanding Individual Contribution to Workforce Innovation

 Outstanding Individual Contribution to Workforce Innovation, 
 won by ACCCO Trainer Assessor, Melissa.


  Quest Business Achiever Award Winner  

  Quest Business Achiever Award Winner for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2010

  Awarded the "Hall of Fame" award in 2010 after 5 successful titles.



 Winner of the CareerOne Training and Education Excellence Award

  Winner of the CareerOne Training and Education Excellence Award
  for two years running 2009 and 2010.

   WINNER of the 2009 Local Business Awards

   WINNER of the 2009 Local Business Awards
   for Campbelltown in the category of 'Specialised Businesses'
   and 2014 - Finalist.


  ACCCO supported the Bamaga community

 ACCCO supported the Bamaga community to be the Winner of the Queensland Department of Education, Training and the arts (DETA) Minister’s Awards for Excellence in  Workforce Development for non-government organisations in the community and disability services sectors.

First ever child care apprenticeship in Australia was through ACCCO!

 ACCCO was the first training provider to sign up an apprentice. From here ACCCO has      gone on to train many thousands of apprentices and trainees in Education and Care.


  Twenty years and still going strong...

  ACCCO celebrated its twentieth birthday in 2016! Students and staff celebrated 20 years of   providing quality training in education and care, at the new modern head office at Fortitude   Valley QLD.



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