National RTO Code: 0064


Courses

Expand your horizons with a Notre Dame course

Whether you’re starting, changing or enriching your career, The University of Notre Dame Australia’s Broome Campus can help you develop the skills you need through a range of courses.

Vocational Education and Training

The University of Notre Dame Australia is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and offers a number of Vocational Education and Training courses (VET) at its Broome Campus in Education, Health, Nursing and Community Services.

All Notre Dame's VET programs have been developed in collaboration with community, industry and student groups to ensure their quality and that they meet the needs of the workplace. Our VET programs are offered both 'on-campus' and 'off-campus', which allows greater flexibility and access by students from communities in the Kimberley and across Western Australia. Vocational education courses can also provide students with pathways into Higher Education degree courses.

Tertiary Pathway Program

Notre Dame’s Tertiary Pathway Program (TPP) is designed for students living in rural Western Australia who do not meet the minimum entry requirements for University admissions. The TPP will assist students to develop new methods of learning and strategies for success, as well as the skills and confidence to study at a university level. This course provides an alternative pathway into undergraduate courses at Notre Dame. Using the Regional and Remote Delivery Model (RRDM), the units are delivered either externally online and/or in separate week-long blocks on the Broome and/or Fremantle Campuses.

Learning at Notre Dame

Notre Dame’s Broome Campus is a unique university in the heart of the Kimberley, providing a supportive learning environment. A range of student support services are provided including the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS), and Academic Enabling & Support Centre (AESC).

Notre Dame’s Broome Campus is committed to providing strong support for the process of reconciliation between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians. The Broome Campus provides a supportive environment for all students and an opportunity for non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal people to come together and learn about Aboriginal history and culture.

To find out more about studying at our unique university in the heart of the Kimberley, please email: broome.courses@nd.edu.au or phone (08) 9192 0638.

Broome Campus