KATHMANDU: Advance College, run and promoted by Nepali entrepreneurs in the state of New South Wales, Australia, won the Inner West Local Business Awards – 2021. The college is located in Burwood in the Inner West of Sydney.
In the presence of the authorities from NSW Government, Local Council, news channel, organisers and all the finalists of various sectors, the sectoral winners were announced on November 17, 2021.
Out of all participants of the Inner West area in the education services, Advance College was chosen for providing outstanding academic services by the independent judging panel. Prior to this, Advance College had won this award in the year 2020.
Receiving the award, Puspa Aryal Ghimire, the CEO of the college thanked the students and managers of the college who have been working hard behind the scenes to win this award. She also expressed the commitment for providing even better-quality education in the days to come. She said, “The college would like to express our gratitude to our students, staff and all the people who have been continuously supporting us for this recognition. Awards give the recipients validation and boost their confidence and inspire them to perform consistently with greater dignity and responsibility.”
With the success of more than eight years in providing aged care and disability courses to domestic students, Advance College has made a substantial contribution in producing quality manpower to serve elderly people and others with disabilities in Australia. Most of the graduates from Advance College have gained employment in the industry. The college focuses on the development of knowledge and skills of students so that they can provide quality care to the consumers. The college also has been providing childcare education since 2019.
The college has its own nursing agency, and it has been working professionally with the good job providers matching them to the appropriate job seekers.
Being the responsible education and training provider, as a part of the duty, it makes professional efforts to connect the graduates with prospective employers.
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