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Autobody Vehicle Painting & Panel Beating Pre-Apprenticeship Course
Sydney Institute of TAFE
18 week course commences on Wednesday 18th July at 9am.
Room NLG.17 (Lower ground floor), Vehicle Technology Centre, Building N, Jones St, Ultimo
Rainer Malkki (email@example.com)
Vehicle Trades - (02) 9217 4976 or 0403 761 784
Lawrence De Paoli (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vehicle Trades - (02) 9217 4601 or 0412 165 959
Customer Service Centre
Wattle St - (02) 9217 3168
Enrol & information session: 18th July 2012 at 9:00AM
UWS Open Day Sunday 26 August 2012
At Open Day you will have the chance to:
experience courses beyond the course information sessions - you will see a great range of interactive displays throughout the day,
meet academic staff and ask them questions about the courses that interest you,
see how UWS is giving back to the community - some of our key Research Centres will be there on the day, along with information from our local government councils,
ask questions of University staff and current UWS students and get a real handle on what it means to study at one of Australia's leading Universities,
attend course and general information presentations.
UWS Open Day is all about helping you choose a future career.
The UWS Open Day 2012 will be held at Parramatta Campus, Corner of James Ruse Drive and Victoria Road, Rydalmere from 10am - 2pm.
Indigenous Police Recruiting Our Way - IPROWD
IPROWD is a training program to assist Aboriginal people to gain entry to the NSW Police College at Goulburn which is the first step to becoming an officer in the NSW Police Force.
TAFE NSW, the NSW Police Force and the Australian Government are working in partnership to offer IPROWD training courses at a range of locations across NSW.
Applications for 2013 will commence in July 2012 with courses planned at Broken Hill, Dubbo, Casino/Lismore, Maitland, Mount Druitt, Nowra, Redfern and Tamworth.
IPROWD provides post course support for all IPROWD students for up to 12 months after course graduation to provide assistance to complete CSU and NSW Police Force applications, complete medicals and attend the fitness and psychometric tests.
For more information on the IPROWD program phone: 1300 830 177 or Email: IPROWD@tafensw.edu.au
Entries due before Monday 17th September.
The Heywire Competition is open to people aged between 16 and 22 and asks them to submit a story about life in Australia outside the major cities. The story can be in any form of media (text, video, photography, audio, etc) and winners will have their story featured on ABC Local Radio, ABC Radio National, Triple J and abc.net.au. In addition to this, winners will score an all-expenses-paid trip to the Heywire Regional Youth Summit in Canberra in February 2013.
For more information and to enter visit http://www.abc.net.au/heywire/index.html
Open Day Lunch & Info Session for Interstate, New Zealand and Australian students from outside Victoria
Sunday 19th Aug 2012, 12:00pm-1:00pm
Parkville campus, Melbourne, Victoria
Contact: For more information, please contact Kate Parsons email@example.com.
Registration: This is a free session, but registration is required. Please register online.
Audience: Prospective students and their families
Australian students and their parents visiting from interstate or overseas as well as students visiting from New Zealand are invited to join us for a special information session on Open Day. Lunch will be provided following the information session.
Youth Mental Health Foundation set to expand
National youth mental health foundation, headspace, will open 13 new locations across Australia to support young people dealing with depression, substance abuse and other mental health issues.
CQUniversity Offers Additional Programs
CQUniversity is launching an exciting range of degrees available for local (domestic) students to study on-campus at their Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne and Sydney campuses in 2012. Degrees in the fields of Business, Multimedia, Hospitality and IT will be available to more students in more locations.
For the full list, visit: http://cqu.edu.au/study/what-can-i-study/additional-programs-at-cquni-brisbane,-gold-coast,-sydney-and-melbourne
2011 HSC exam workbooks are now available for English, Legal Studies and Economics.
These workbooks have been designed by the Board to help students prepare for HSC written exams.
The workbooks contain the exam paper and study resources, including marking guidelines, marker feedback and top-scoring student answers from the 2011 exams.
The workbooks are a ready reference to reinforce student learning. They provide an in-depth look at the features of responses as presented by students under HSC exam conditions.
Each year, the Board releases workbooks for a range of high candidature subjects. 2010 HSC exam workbooks remain relevant and are also available.
Over the next few months, exam workbooks for other subjects will be added to the Board's online shop including English Standard and Advanced Paper 1, Biology, Hospitality, Business Studies and PDHPE.
For fast delivery order online from http://shop.bos.nsw.edu.au.
The Official Sydney Morning Herald HSC Study Guide 2012
Every year the Board works with The Sydney Morning Herald to plan an HSC Study Guide that is relevant to the needs of HSC students, teachers and parents.
This year the emphasis is on:
explaining the HSC marking process
providing advice on the allocation of examination marks and sample questions from past papers
providing relevant, practical tips for HSC students to enhance their preparations and make the most of their time in the examination room.
Current and past HSC students will also detail how they found their study:life balance.
The guide will be published in The Sydney Morning Herald on 18 June 2012. The Board will also send copies to secondary schools across NSW for distribution to each HSC student.
UNSW Scientists' Stories - a parent and student evening
Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 - 18:00
Where: Tyree Room - The John Niland Scientia Building
Year 10, 11 and 12 students and their parents are invited to attend an evening of intrigue. The Australian Academy of Science and the Academy of Technology, Science & Engineering offers a rare opportunity to hear from four inspirational Fellows.
There will be the opportunity to speak with our guest speakers, Fellows of the Academies, and UNSW Faculty of Science staff
Registration is essential. For further enquiries please contact Laura Jiew - T 02 9385 7788 | E firstname.lastname@example.org
AIE Industry Experience Day, Sydney & Canberra
11th Jul 2012, 10am
For Year 10-12 Students
Are you thinking about an exciting career in game development, 3D animation or visual FX?
The Industry Experience Days at AIE Sydney and Canberra are a great opportunity to learn about the:
Size and structure of the local and international game development, 3D animation and visual effects industries;
Common careers and key areas of skill specialisation;
3D animation and game development production processes.
Students will also learn about the different pathways to get into the industry, what to include and how to best present your portfolio.
Our industry experienced teachers will lead you through an exciting day of hands on practical training using industry standard software.
Industry professionals will be dropping by to give students an insight into what it is like working in the interactive entertainment world.
A free lunch will be provided to students participating in the Industry Experience Day.
The day will begin at 10:00am and finish by 3:00pm. We break for half an hour for lunch and the food is on us! If you have any special dietary requirements please let us know. There is a vending machine for drinks on campus or you can bring along drinks or your own lunch if you wish.
The AIE Industry Experience Day is a free event, book now to secure your spot!
(02) 8514 8800
(02) 6162 5131
Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Sessions, Illawarra
Hear from and talk to stallholders
Group Training Companies
TAFE NSW Illawarra Institute
Australian Apprenticeship Centres
NSW Dept of Education & Communities
Monday 18th June 2012, 6.00pm – 7.30 pm, Wollongong Master Builders Club
Tuesday 19th June 2012, 6.00pm – 7.30 pm, The Shellharbour Club
Phone: (02) 4225 2526
Year 10: Preparing for Success
22 Jul 2012, 9:30AM - 4:30PM
This one day course for Year 10 students consolidates skills necessary for success in a wide range of subjects in Year 11 and the Higher School Certificate. Students will be provided with a full set of course notes for both sessions.
Morning Session 9:30AM – 12:30PM
Improving English Skills
How to write effective sentences, improve punctuation and vocabulary, and – what is absolutely important for Years 11 and the HSC – how to write essays.
Afternoon Session 1:30PM – 4:30PM
The study methods component is about time management for study and recreation, and effective study techniques – these are essential skills for success in the more demanding years that follow Year 10.
This course does not include catering/lunch.
Getting Through Your HSC: A Practical Guide
For tips on staying motivated & keeping focused, dealing with anxiety, keeping healthy, relaxation, pre-study exercise and more, download your FREE copy of Getting Through Your HSC: A Practical Guide.
Metro Screen Young Filmmakers Workshop
3 - 5 July (not 10 - 12 July as stated previously.)
In three days the 21 students will learn the fundamentals of filmmaking all the way from script to screen. They will each have the opportunity to write, act, shoot, light, direct, edit, add soundtrack and produce.
Sydney Institute Open day
Saturday 25 August
Teachers and staff from across the Institute’s study areas will be on hand to answer any questions or queries you may have and there’ll be an array of different demonstrations, activities and entertainment.
Although the open day will take place at Ultimo College, all of Sydney Institute’s colleges will be represented on the day, with information on what’s offered where.
You can then check out the college of your choice as they’ll all be holding their own smaller open days so that prospective students can look at specific facilities.
Southern District Careers Expo-Sutherland Basketball Stadium
27th June 2012, 9:30am – 1:00pm
Sutherland Basketball Stadium, Rear of Sutherland Leisure Centre, off Rawson Ave Sutherland
Students currently enrolled in Yr 10, 11 and 12 are invited to attend Sutherland Careers Expo to discuss career and study options with:
• Private Colleges
• Employment Networks
• Group Training Companies
• Australian Defence Force, NSW Police Force,
ANSTO and Teach NSW
In order to attend, students must register with their school careers adviser! Parents are encouraged and welcome to attend.
School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeship Info Evening, Kareela
When: Wednesday June 27th, from 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm
Where: Kareela Golf Club, Bates Drive, KAREELA,(parking in the club carpark)
For Year 10 Students and Parents
• Traineeships and apprenticeships combine paid work with training
• Apprentices complete first year of the apprenticeship concurrently with the HSC
• Trainees and apprentices work part time while studying for their HSC
• Traineeships and apprenticeships in schools provide senior secondary students with multiple qualifications and a year’s head start on their career
• It is possible to get an ATAR with some SBATS
Antipodeans Abroad Gap Year Volunteer Programs Info Evenings
27 Jun 2012, 6.30pm - 7.30pm (Bookings Essential)
303a / 282 Victoria Ave, Chatswood NSW
27 Aug 2012
21 Aug 2012, 6.00pm - 7.00pm AEST (Registration Essential)
High Flyer Program, Kenvale College
The High Flyer Program is a scholarship competition for year 12 students interested in hospitality, events or commercial cookery.
Two places will be reserved for late applicants. The second round applications close June 26th.
South Western Sydney Institute of TAFE Career Advisers Day
Date: 20th Jun 2012
Time: 9am - 3.30pm
Venue: Liverpool Catholic Club, Hoxton Park
Contact: email@example.com T. 9796 5431
World Education Program Australia Student Exchange Information Evenings
Meet the WEP team as well as recently returned students and we will help you make an informed decision about whether student exchange is right for you and your family.
Bowlers Club of NSW, 95-99 York Street, Sydney
Western Sydney Institute 2013 TVET Events for Careers Advisers
Course information stands and course information presentations.
Morning tea provided. For catering purposes please contact the organiser with your attendance
Date: 18th Jun 2012
Time: 8:45am - 12am
Venue: "Create" Mount Druitt College Training Restaurant
25th Jun 2012, 10am - 11:30am
Morning tea / networking opportunity.
Courses in the The Hills College- Baulkham Hills and Castle Hill Campuses
Blacktown, Nirimba- Quakers Hill, Mount Druitt Colleges
Outdoor Recreation- Block Delivery Camps, Blue Mountains College
Venue: The Hills College- Baulkham Hills College
T 02 92089575
HSC Preparation Workshops
HSC in the Holidays is an organisation comprising of the most qualified and experienced teachers/markers in NSW.
Through the ongoing support of our university partners, we have grown rapidly over the past six years; allowing us to provide support and assistance to Year 12 students.
Each presenter has been hand-picked for their expertise in improving the result of every student that they work with.
Our programs are held in five locations on the campuses of our university partners across Sydney and Wollongong.
UTS Open Days
Date: Saturday 25 August 2012
Time: 09:00 - 16:00
Location: City - Broadway CB01 Tower
This Open Day enables students to tour our City Campus and speak to our academics, students as well as enjoy a range of activities.
Date: Saturday 1 September 2012
Time: 12:00 - 16:00
Location: Kuring-gai Eton Road, Lindfield
This Open Day at our Kuring- gai Campus in Lindfield is for student and parents interested in studying Business, Education, Events, Leisure, Sport and Tourism and Nursing.
Pre-apprenticeship Course Finder
Currently 'Under Construction'. Course information will be uploaded progressively over the coming months.
The pre-apprenticeships course finder is here to help you to search for courses which can teach you skills that can lead to an apprenticeship. You will be able to search by where you live, the industry you are interested in and whether the course offers work experience.
www.aatinfo.com.au/pcf or www.aapathways.com.au/pcf.
Volunteering Video Competition for Young People
The Australian Government's National Volunteering Strategy identifies that the rate of youth volunteering is below the national average and needs to be better supported and encouraged.
To increase volunteering participation amongst young people, the Australian Government is launching an online video competition which asks young people, either individually or as a group, to create a video that promotes the benefits of volunteering to their peers.
The theme for the competition is "Your Passion, Our Nation. Volunteer Now!"
Through this competition, young people can showcase some of the benefits of volunteering:
Shaping and supporting your community;
Gaining and enhancing practical skills and experience;
Helping others and giving something back to your community;
Gaining satisfaction from taking practical action to build a better world;
Having fun with others outside traditional responsibilities like school, uni, TAFE and work.
Win a camera and other prizes.
You need to make a 30 to 60 second video entry to promote volunteering to young people.
Enter before 5pm AEST on Sunday 22 July 2012.
Why I chose Melbourne...
Hear what it is like to study at the University of Melbourne, direct from one of our students.
Current interstate students who recently made the move to Melbourne are available to visit your school.
Students will have the opportunity to find out:
Why our interstate students chose to move to Melbourne (many received course offers from universities in their home state)
What type of accommodation our students chose in Melbourne
What life is like for interstate students in Melbourne, including the cost of living, and the best places to hang out
What it’s like studying at the University of Melbourne.
Our students are also happy to talk about their concerns about moving interstate, and are well-equipped to answer those extra questions about life at Melbourne you may not find answers to in our brochures.
Students are available in the mid-semester break (28 May—22 July, 2012). Visits outside of this time can also be arranged.
These sessions are easy to arrange. Just ask your careers adviser to contact Lois to arrange a visit today.
T. 03 8344 8809
Sydney Dance Company School Holiday Workshops
Ages 8 - 11, 2/07/2012 - 6/07/2012
Ages 12 - 18, 9/07/2012 - 13/07/2012
1 Day Ballet Workshops
Ages 11 - 13, 10/07/2012
Ages 14 - 16, 11/07/2012
Tocal College Open Days
Tocal courses are renowned Australia-wide for practical training, development of industry-relevant skills and experience in general agriculture, beef cattle, dairying, rural business management, sheep production, cropping and conservation and land management.
Friday July 6 and 13,
Friday September 28 and
Friday October 5.
The program for the day will be:
10.00am - morning tea
10.30am - talk on courses and employment opportunities
12.00pm - lunch available ($8.00), please book
1.30pm - tour of college farms
Tocal is 180 km North of Sydney via the F3 Freeway.
For more information and to make bookings for lunch please contact us on 1800 025 520 or 02 4939 8888, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet a Keeper Taronga Zoo (Sydney)
Meet a Keeper is a one-day program for school students aged 14 years and over who have expressed a keen interest in pursuing a career at the Zoo, but can't attend the School Work Experience.
Dates available for Sydney:
Thursday 19 July 2012
Wednesday 22 August 2012
Tuesday 11 September 2012
MIT Experience at MIT Sydney
3rd Jul 2012, 10am - 12pm
154 - 158 Sussex Street, Sydney 2000.
Presentations & campus tours.
Courses in Business & IT - Diploma, Bachelor or Masters.
RSVP by Friday 29 June 2012.
Contact Dalya at email@example.com or call 8267 1427
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