Content image
Content image

The NSW Department of Primary Industries has proactive measures to limit the impact of COVID-19 at Tocal College campuses and through our industry training programs.

Tocal has adopted social distancing measures and strict hygiene protocols. We respectfully ask that if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms or if you are subject to stay-at-home orders that you do not attend the College or any of its training events. If you have COVID-19 symptoms, get tested at a COVID-19 testing clinic. Symptoms include cough, sore/scratchy throat, shortness of breath or fever. Self-isolate until you get your results.

Read more here.


Content image

The NSW Department of Education has officially recognised Tocal College as a Smart and Skilled High Performing Provider! This is part of Training Services NSW new Smart and Skilled contracting arrangements, which includes a performance assessment process. Through this process Tocal College ranked in the 91-100 percentile. This ranking is based on student outcome measures including completion rate, employment benefit, personal benefit and student satisfaction.

This is a fantastic endorsement of the hard work of everyone involved in delivering training through the youth and adult education programs, and confirms that our focus on the student and the needs of industry produces a high level of satisfaction.


Content image

Thinking of working in grain harvest this season and need to learn some basic tractor and machinery skills? We’re running two courses to train workers for harvest.


Tocal Approved Australian Stock Horse Sale

Information about the upcoming 2021 Tocal College Approved ASH Sale.

Student riding horse in arena

Tocal - We love it!

A promotional video for Tocal College featuring students from 2019. Find out more about becoming a student with Tocal College.

girl with horse