Message from the Executive Dean
Greetings! At Lawson College Australia, your success is our aim.
Government recognised programs offered by us, are relevant to industry and delivered in our supportive and friendly environment. Our well qualified teaching staff with current industry experience will assist you in achieving success in your chosen field.
I extend a warm invitation to you to contact us to discuss how we can assist you in achieving your aims. Sincere best wishes for your future.
About Lawson College
Address the critical skills shortages to create a sustainable future.
• We promote respect and support for all our students, staff and stakeholders and commend individual efforts and
• We believe in continuous quality improvement
• We are committed to fostering and nurturing strategic associations and partnerships
• We are committed to lifelong learning and sustainable future
• Identifying the skills shortage areas and engaging the industry professionals to develop the need
based education and training strategies
• Build business frameworks within domestic and international markets
• Grow and develop future markets locally and internationally
• Ensure the sound governance and the financial viability of Lawson College
Lawson College Australia derived its name from one of the leading writers of Australia’s colonial period Mr Henry Lawson.
Henry Lawson was born on June 17, 1867, in Grenfell, Australia. He wrote short stories and ballad-like poems, illuminating the lives of rural, working Australians. Lawson is often called “Australia’s greatest writer.” Inspired by the riots against the monarchy during Queen Victoria’s jubilee, Lawson wrote “A Song of the Republic,” which appeared in the Bulletin. Lawson also published a famous poetry volume “In the Days When the World Was Wide” and the popular short story collection “While the Billy Boils” in 1896. Henry Lawson died on September 2, 1922 and was proclaimed as one of Australia’s leading literary figures. He was even given a state funeral, which was attended by a number of prominent leaders and officials.