Australasian Lawrence Aged Care College



A$4,500 ~ A$4,500

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The Australasian Lawrence Aged Care College is a private Registered Training Organisation (RTO) that delivers Nationally Recognised Qualifications under the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) levels. We are an aged care, nursing, community and allied health educational institution. ALACC was founded by the Director - Janet Lawrence who is well qualified and respected in her field of work in the Aged Care Industry. Our programs are delivered by well qualified and experienced trainers. ALACC attracts a large number of both local and international students from a variety of professional backgrounds. Several of ALACC students have progressed to undertake courses at the university, mainly courses related to nursing.

ALACC Health College, Australia (ALACC) is committed to providing quality educational programs for nurses, care staff and health care practitioners in a wide range of health care settings such as aged care, nursing, extended care, mental health, rehabilitation, and community health settings.


To be a centre of excellence in aged, nursing, community and allied health education in Australia. 


We approach our mission in an environment where:

  • Integrity and equality of opportunity is demonstrated in all our activities with all our stakeholders;
  • Openness and accountability along with individual and collective responsibility exists;
  • Commitment to quality in teaching and service is primary;
  • It is guided by a fundamental concern for justice, dignity and the equality of all human beings.

ALACC has a primary responsibility to provide excellent education for its entire diversified student body. Its graduates will be competent in their chosen area of study, ethical in their behaviour, with well developed critical thinking, an appreciation of life and a commitment to providing a high standard of care and services to the sick, frail and elderly in the acute and chronic settings in hospitals, aged, mental health, rehabilitation and community settings.


ALACC welcomes staff and students of all beliefs and backgrounds and upholds a respectful, open-minded and culturally diverse learning environment.
We support our local and international students in attaining the highest level of academic achievement through the provision of quality teaching and resources.
We are committed to providing equal access to education for all who are interested to increase their knowledge and skills.


To Educate 
To provide quality education training to international and local students to enable them to care for the sick and elderly persons in residential aged care, the home and the community.

To Profit 
To generate sufficient profit to finance future growth and to provide the resources needed to achieve sustainability for the ongoing objectives of providing education to students, both local and international students, and employees.

To Grow 
To grow the business at a rate that is both challenging and manageable, leading the market with innovation and adaptability. At the same time, meet the needs of the market in providing services to the aged, disabled and mental health clients.

To be Recognised
To be the household name for Nationally Accredited Training throughout Australia, and in the international arena.

To Serve
To provide a range of services to raise the standards of care provided in hospitals, aged care, mental health, rehabilitation and community facilities through ongoing education and staff development activities.


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