CHC is OPEN today – Friday 31 March

Christian Heritage College will be OPEN today, Friday 31 March, for all classes and activities.

CHC understands that school closures and ongoing road and weather conditions may affect students’ ability to attend. Please prioritise your own safety and keep in touch with your lecturers to make any necessary arrangements.

CHC will also inform you if any specific classes are cancelled due to staff being unable to attend.

Stay informed via the following websites:

Road Closures: Department of Transport and Main Roads – https://qldtraffic.qld.gov.au/ 

Weather Warnings: Bureau of Meteorology – http://www.bom.gov.au/qld/warnings/

CHC expects to be open on Friday 31 March

CHC is currently expected to be open tomorrow, Friday 31 March. The College will provide further advice early tomorrow.

We appreciate that the extreme weather and school closures may impact upon your personal circumstances, so please exercise caution and stay away from flooded areas.

CHC campus closed from 12pm Thursday 30 March, 2017

WEATHER UPDATE

The CHC campus at Carindale will be closed from 12pm on Thursday 30 March, 2017. All classes and other activities are therefore cancelled.

We expect the campus to be open, and all classes and activities to resume, on Friday 31 March, 2017.

Pursue a Rural Teaching Career

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Queensland’s Department of Education and Training will hold a Teach Rural Career Fair on Wednesday 3 May, 2017 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Current and future teachers are encouraged to attend to connect with regional recruiters and school leaders. Discover opportunities for placement in Queensland state schools in 2017 and 2018.

Register today at bit.ly/TeachRuralCarerFair

CHC Ranks Amongst Nation’s Best in Quality Surveys

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Recently released results of national quality surveys for higher education are good news for Carindale’s Christian Heritage College.

As a private higher education provider, CHC is measured by the same indicators as large public universities in terms of student satisfaction, teaching quality and graduate employment outcomes.

The surveys are conducted by the Australian Government’s Department of Education and Training, and are formally known as the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT).

The Indicators provide an objective snapshot of higher education in Australia through the eyes of students and graduates.

CHC ranked highly for “Overall Satisfaction” with undergraduate and postgraduate course graduates with scores of 94.3 and 95.5 out of 100 given by students, respectively.

For “Quality of Teaching”, CHC graduates from undergraduate programs ranked the College as 86.8 and postgraduate graduates gave the College a score of 93.3.

In terms of preparing students with the necessary skills for work, CHC again ranked highly with scores of 92.5 (undergraduate) and 88.9 (postgraduate).

Graduate employment was also a strong measure of the students’ success, with 86.5% of graduates of Diploma and Bachelor programs in full-time work within six months of graduating.

Current students are also surveyed for their experience, providing a real-time assessment of the College’s performance.

These scores also rank CHC in the top echelon of providers with scores of 87.9 for “Overall Experience”, 92.2 for “Teaching Quality”, 88.0 for “Skills Development” and 87.9 for “Student Support”.

The scores present a resounding case for CHC’s claims to be a quality provider of higher education, with outstanding levels of student support and a springboard into meaningful, sustained employment.

 

For more information, contact Stuart Charlton scharlton@chc.edu.au