Atwea offers a range of music industry, dance, performance, and art courses that provide students with opportunities to learn for fun or create career pathways.Learn More
People looking to study or gain work-ready skills in customer service, retail, restaurant and bar work through to RSA and RCG courses choose Atwea.Learn More
From natural therapies to mindfulness and wellbeing, Atwea College can provide options that will help you learn a skill or advance your career.Learn More
& aged care
& aged care
If you’re looking for a career that can assist people in the community, Atwea offers a range of accredited and short courses in aged and disability care.Learn More
Atwea specialises in providing accredited and short courses that can improve your skills and help you become job ready or tackle a new career. We also work closely with employers and businesses to develop training programs that are tailor-made and develop specific skills for the industry.Learn More
Atwea provides first aid courses throughout the year providing participants with skills to treat common injuries and potentially to help save a life.Learn More
News and events
Latest updates from Atwea College
Unlocking potential – A new name for a new start
ATWEA College was launched on 5 April 2019 and unifies the organisation’s seven campuses, almost 100 staff, thousands of students and hundreds of courses and programs across the Hunter and Mid North Coast.
Putting knowledge into practice
Kurri Kurri Masonic Village welcomed Cessnock students studying Certificate III in Individual Support
Little shop of horrors
In November, WEA Hunter’s Creative Arts Space Committee took on the cult classic ‘Little Shop of Horrors.’
Tutor Profile – Grant Walmsley
Grant Walmsley, cofounder of the Screaming Jets, is a familiar face in the music industry and is quickly becoming a familiar face at WEA as a senior trainer in WEA Hunter’s Diploma of Music Industry.
Student Profile – Lily Crane
As a budding musician, 17-year-old Lily Crane found just what her heart desired when she discovered that she could not only learn from a local rock star but that she could gain an accredited music industry qualification while she was doing it!