Orange College

March Street Campus
109 March Street
(PO Box 1059)
P: (02) 6391 5777
F: (02) 6391 5613
Rural Skills Centre
1587 Forest Road
P: (02) 6393 2666
F: (02) 6393 2689
66 Anson Street
P: (02) 6391 4000

Orange College – delivering a comprehensive range of trade and industry programs, along with access and general education courses for all levels, including many at diploma level.

TAFE Western Orange College operates out of three sites, with the main March Street campus housing the majority of courses. The Anson Street Annexe offers courses in carpentry and joinery, painting and decorating, shop­fitting and sign writing. The Rural Skills Centre, on Forest Road, offers a range of primary industries and natural resources courses including agriculture, animal studies, conservation earthworks, horticulture, veterinary nursing, viticulture and wool classing, civil construction and electrical trades. 

As a major regional centre, Orange College tailors its programs to reflect the diversity of job opportunities in the region.

Our specialties include Aboriginal health, accounting, animal studies, automotive, business administration, carpentry, children's services, community services, electrical, creative arts, fitting and machining, hair and beauty, health, horticulture, tourism and hospitality, information technology, management and leadership, music, nursing, plumbing, project management, real estate, sign writing, travel, turf management, welding, and welfare.

Student Hubs at TAFE Western ­- your one place to connect.

Our Orange College Student Hubs is a great place to study, relax and find out more about how you can get the most out of your studies.

Services available include: library services, counselling, online study help, disability support, Aboriginal support, study pathways, career advice and you can find out about courses and how to enrol.

For more information about Orange visit Orange City Council's website. 

Courses at Orange College

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Courses by Industry

* NEW * Aboriginal Education
* NEW * Access Education
* NEW * Accounting and Finance
* NEW * Aged Care and Nursing
* NEW * Agriculture and Environment
* NEW * Animal Care
* NEW * Art and Design
* NEW * Automotive
* NEW * Building Trades
* NEW * Business Administration
* NEW * Business and Management
* NEW * Carpentry
* NEW * Children's Services
* NEW * Civil Construction
* NEW * Community Services
* NEW * Cookery
* NEW * Education Pathways
* NEW * Electrotechnology
* NEW * Engineering
* NEW * English Language Skills
* NEW * Floristry
* NEW * Hair and Beauty
* NEW * Health and Wellbeing
* NEW * Horticulture
* NEW * Hospitality
* NEW * Human Resources and WHS
* NEW * Information Technology
* NEW * Language and Culture
* NEW * Library Management
* NEW * Literacy and Numeracy
* NEW * Logistics
* NEW * Manufacturing, Fabrication and Welding
* NEW * Marketing and Events
* NEW * Media and Entertainment
* NEW * Mining and Resources
* NEW * Music and Sound Production
* NEW * Photography
* NEW * Real Estate
* NEW * Sales and Retail
* NEW * Sport and Fitness
* NEW * Travel and Tourism
Aboriginal programs
Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care
Arts, media and entertainment
Automotive Heavy Vehicle
Automotive Light Vehicle
Building and construction
Business, finance, management and property services
Education and Training
Environment and Conservation
Foundation Skills
Hairdressing and Beauty
Health and community services
Information and communications technology
Manufacturing and Engineering
Sport and recreation
Textiles, clothing, footwear and furnishings
Tourism, Travel and Hospitality