Stanley College
Stanley College

Partnerships and Pathways at Stanley College

To fulfil its vision of being “a leader in the delivery of high-quality education that is affordable and develops job ready and connected graduates”, Stanley College partners with the Government, Industry, the Community and Education Institutions, with a shared purpose. Partnerships and Pathways inform our students learning, enhance our teaching, and provide a platform for innovation.

How and why does Stanley College partner with industry?

Hospitality is the largest sector of WA’s broader Tourism industry, contributing $1,84B to the State economy and employing 36,000 people. Stanley College in partnership with Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre facilitates student training at the PCEC – all cookery students participate in work-based training at PCEC – ensuring they are fully prepared for a career within the industry.

Western Australia needs access to a continous supply of highly skilled workers to support its growing aged care, disability services, allied health and community services sectors. The health care and social assistance industries employ more than 172,000 Western Australians. Our partnerships with such community service providers as MercyCare and Amana Living, to deliver work-based training opportunities to our students, ensure Stanley College students are ready to meet the needs of industry upon completion of their courses.

How and why does Stanley College facilitate pathways?

At Stanley College, we understand that all students have their own unique learning journey, and one size does not fit all. Stanley College works collaboratively alongside educational providers to assist students to pathway into Stanley College courses and pathway from Stanley College courses into further learning and their career.

In the spirit of reconciliation, Stanley College acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders, past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.