Bedford College, 54 Parramatta Road, Glebe, NSW 2037 - Australia (02) 8572 3260
http://www.bedford.edu.au/
Information
  • Established N/A
  • Location NSW,Australia
  • Type Public
  • Vice principal http://www.bedford.edu.au/
Bedford College is a not-for-profit Registered Training Organisation and whilst the College has a Christian ethos, enrolled students come from a wide variety of races, religions, cultures and beliefs. An open access and equity policy governs the enrolment practices and the College is committed to inclusiveness and mutual respect for all individuals.Since its inception the College has enjoyed an excellent reputation. It is highly regarded within industry and sets the benchmark by which other training providers are measured.
Bedford has delivered business and related courses for almost 70 years and we are considered expert in training for the business sector. We liaise with industry to ensure that our students are gaining the skills and knowledge that employers are looking for. Business Graduates today are seeking careers that are interesting and challenging and the College is committed to providing students with the skills and attributes that will enhance career prospects.
Bedford College offers following Courses.

Accounting Courses:
The course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge for individuals wishing to hold positions of increasing responsibly in financial services settings.

Business Courses:
The Business Courses consist of a number of subjects (units) which provide the theoretical and practical knowledge to enable you to efficiently carry out a range of tasks. Subjects are carefully selected - after consultation with industry - to ensure that we impart the skills and knowledge most relevant to employers; thus providing you with the maximum opportunity for employment success.
Children Courses:
With most children today living in a family where both parents work, the need for quality child care is growing rapidly. Many child care centres have long waiting lists, which means that more centres are needed - and with the need for more centres, comes the need for greater numbers of qualified children's services workers.
Campus
Established in 1944, Bedford College was initially funded by a small grant provided by the Baptist Union of NSW. The main purpose of the College was to provide training to support the country’s dwindling workforce caused as a result of the menfolk going away to serve in the 2nd World War.