Directors Biography & Message


Like other organizations, Oceania has its own journey of maturing into a successful institution. Here’s a brief journey of how we have evolved over the years!

  • 2013

    On 10 April 2013

    Oceania was incorporated.

  • 2014

    On 5 August 2014

    Oceania became registered as a registered training organisation Australia (RTO) to deliver government funded training programs and courses and holds RTO code 40995.

  • 2015

    On 19 May 2015

    Oceania became registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) and holds CRICOS code 03413K.

  • 2019

    On January 2019

    open Sydney campus and workshop

  • 2020

    On February 2020

    opened Gold Coast Campus and workshop

Mission and Vision of College

We revisit our mission and vision goals with each passing year and modify them with the changing times and changing methodologies.

  • Mission

    1. Student Success: Achieving success by creating a conducive environment in which students can attain a range of goals.
    2. Excellence: Maintaining a high industry standards and performance helps our students’ achieve academic and career goals.
    3. Collaboration: We believe in collaborating with all sectors of the college and the community and growing together.
    4. Diversity: Fostering a learning community in which the diverse values, goals, and learning styles of all students are recognized and supported.
    5. Life-Long Learning: Encouraging enthusiastic, independent thinkers and learners striving for personal growth.
    6. Integrity: Conducting ethically in all interactions at all levels.
    7. Technological Advancement: Implementing cutting-edge technology that enhances training and prepares students for life-long success.
  • Vision

    1. Being progressive and conscious to the world through adoption of educational strategies that enhance teaching and learning.
    2. Building an enclosed environment for parents, teachers and students. We seek to have parents more closely involved in every facet of their child's education and collectively demonstrate our College values.
    3. Focusing on the individual learning and development needs of each student to help them reach their potential in whichever area/s they excel.
    4. Using contemporary teaching tools and methods to better integrate into our curriculum and co-curricular activities.
    5. Naturally connect to the wider Australian community. We are taking on leadership projects, conducting community conversations, and joining programs that enable the community and the College to learn more about each other in a cooperative, mutually beneficial environment.

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