Canning College offers a wide range of high quality courses to help students aged 17 and over prepare for University and State Training Providers and improve their career prospects. Founded in 1982, Canning College, an independent government school, boasts an extraordinary success rate for students continuing their education at prestigious university: 301 Canning College graduates gained a place at university in 2014. Of these, 186 were invited to study at Curtin University, 65 were invited to study at the University of Western Australia, 6 were invited to study at Murdoch University and 44 in other universities. There are many more impressive stories of Canning College students following their dream path, whether that is entering university, State Training Providers, the workforce or achieving personal goals. The friendly staff at Canning College help make these dreams a reality through a supportive, nurturing adult environment.
VISION Canning College will be the leader in the provision of high‐quality educational programs that encourage excellence, promote critical thinking, develop autonomous study skills and foster lifelong learning for tertiary bound students.
PURPOSE Canning College provides a wide range of flexible educational opportunities for both local and international students who are in their 17th year or older. Relevant and unique curriculum is created through a rigorous process of review and development, often conducted in partnership with Western Australian universities. Programs are delivered in a supportive adult environment by dedicated staff using world‐class facilities and learning technologies, providing diverse pathways to further education or employment.
VALUES Learning A positive approach to lifelong learning and an understanding that all students have the capacity to gain knowledge and skills and to enjoy learning. Excellence A commitment to excellence in academic and social achievement by both staff and students. Integrity High expectations for staff and student conduct, including honesty and trustworthiness in all activities. Equity Inclusive practices to meet the diverse needs of students and to achieve the best possible outcomes for all. A workplace and learning environment that is safe and free of discrimination, abuse or exploitation. Respect Behaviour, language and actions that demonstrate a high regard for self and others.