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11.03.19

CAPA

Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts

SAE Information Night –  Sydney: 9 May, 6.00 pm – 8.00 pm  –  Sydney Campus, 39 Regent St, Chippendale

If you’re considering studying creative media, Animation, Audio, Design, Film or Games, now is the time to speak to our experienced team, and discover how you can pursue your passion. An opportunity for you to check out the facilities and equipment, meet with lecturers and ask any questions you might have about studying at SAE Register here to attend:

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Senior Dance Workshops Years 9 and 10 – 
Apply by 11 April

The NSW Public Schools Senior Dance Workshops is a 3-day intensive workshop for students in Years 9 and 10. These workshops are an excellent opportunity for students to be involved in a challenging and stimulating dance education program. Tuition is provided by industry trained tutors and will focus on developing strength, technical ability and composition skills in a professional setting. Participation is open to dance students attending government and central schools in NSW.

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State Junior and Senior Music Camps

  • Junior Music Camp (Years 5-8): Sunday 21 July – Friday 26 July (week 1, Term 3)
  • Senior Music Camp (Years 8-12): Sunday 30 June – Friday 5 July (week 10, Term 2)

Talented music students join together for one week each year to receive expert tutelage and develop their performance skills. Participants rehearse and perform high quality repertoire culminating in a concert for families and friends on the final night of the camp.

Musical activities at camp include participation in a major ensemble (symphony orchestra, symphonic bands, vocal ensembles, stage band) as well as a number of elective ensembles and activities. Elective activities include brass and woodwind ensembles, jazz improvisation, composition, music theatre, percussion ensemble.

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Shillington Graphic Design Info Session –
Level 3, 50 Margaret Street, Sydney

  • Friday, 22 March at 6:00 pm
  • Friday, 3 May at 6:00 pm

Speak about course and career opportunities in graphic design with current students, staff and do a campus tour.

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NIDA Autumn School Holiday Classes – 
13 to 27 April

Years 7 to 12 NIDA offers introductory through to advanced courses for children and young people during the school holidays in a variety of disciplines including creative play, drama, acting on screen, music theatre, singing & acting, public speaking and more.

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Sydney Dance Company School Workshops

Delivered by Sydney Dance Company’s Teaching Artists, Creative Workshops are a unique opportunity to experience how the Company creates and performs new and original movement. Participants are guided through a contemporary technique warm up, taught a section of Sydney Dance Company choreography and challenged with a composition task from one of our productions.

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JMC Mocktail Submissions are Closing Soon – 
Closes 10 March

JMC Academy’s Mocktail Award submissions are closing soon! Each year JMC Melbourne holds an exciting film event; The Martini Film Festival. This event screens the best of JMC’s student work & includes a category known as the Mocktail Awards for high school students to submit their best work. More info:

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English

ANU HASS and Languages Showcase 2019

Designed to provide a unique and enriching program for high school students, the showcase will give students the opportunity to experience the breadth and diversity of disciplines available within the Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences at ANU and assist them to make more informed choices for subjects in Years 11 and 12, and beyond.

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Languages

Introducing Projects Abroad’s High School Specials for 2019/20

Projects Abroad are excited to announce the dates and projects for our 2019/20 High School Specials. These projects are fully supervised group trips specifically aimed at volunteers in Years 10 & 11. This summer our projects are running from the 8-21st December and the 5-18th January 2020 in a range of countries like Nepal and Cambodia. More information:

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PDHPE

Community and Family Studies, PDHPE.

UTS – Discover Sport and Exercise –  Thursday 18 July 2019, 1.00 pm

Registrations haven’t opened for this session yet. Please email health@uts.edu.au if you want to be notified.

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Score a Sports Scholarship to a Top US College

Did you know that playing a sport can actually help you get into a top US university?

Did you know that playing a sport can help you pay for tuition and living expenses at a top US university? Learn here:

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ACU Community Achiever Program 

The Community Achiever Program (CAP) was previously named the Early Achievers’ Program (EAP).

The program offers future students who are active in their community early entry to their undergraduate course of choice. It also provides opportunities to enhance leadership and volunteering skills.

If you’re successful in applying for the CAP, you could receive an offer to study with us as early as August.

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EA Ski and Snowboard Training

Full training, exam, accommodation, & lift pass package provided. Download everything you need to know about becoming an instructor.

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Camp America Information Session – Sydney

Camp America is running the last info session for the 2019 season. Work at Summer Camp in the USA in 2019 with Camp America! Come along to our information session and find out why almost 8000 people worldwide want to get the Camp America experience. Meet the CA team and listen to the adventures of past camp counsellors. RSVP and more info at:

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Science

Senior Science, Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Science, Physics

ANU STEM Careers and Technological Change –  19 March 2019, 12.15 – 1.30 pm

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) jobs are a key contributor to economic growth and national competitiveness. Yet STEM workers are perceived to be in short supply. This paper shows that the ‘STEM shortage’ phenomenon is explained by technological change, which introduces new job tasks and makes old ones obsolete.

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UNSW Built Environment Workshops

  • 18 April 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
  • 10 July 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
  • 18 July 9.00 am to 4.00 pm

For years 10, 11 and 12, incorporate Design, Architecture, Planning and Construction to solve a real-world challenge. The workshop aims to investigate better solutions to enhance the lives of children and elderly living in a city


UNSW Experience Engineering Day – 
23 May 8.30 am to 3.15 pm

UNSW Experience Engineering Day allows students to experience the innovative and creative ways that engineers solve real-world challenges.

High school students in years 10 and 11 are invited to choose an engineering theme that includes three interactive hands-on workshops at UNSW Kensington campus. These workshops give students a taste of the extensive range of engineering disciplines and careers available to them.

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UTS 

Discover Midwifery:  Wednesday 17 April 2019, 5.30pm | Register

Discover Nursing:   Wednesday 17 July 2019, 5.30pm | Register

Discover Nursing: Wednesday 13 November 2019, 5.30 pm (Registrations haven’t opened for this session yet. Please check back in late July 2019.)

Get a taste for what you can study in health at UTS at one of our Discover Health sessions. Find out more about our courses at an info session, then head on a tour of our world-class facilities.

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Day of STEM – Australia 2020

Students: Students can test drive their future with the Australia 2020

Teachers and classes: Run the Australia 2020 in their classrooms to connect what they teach to these exciting STEM Careers.

Australia 2020 is a powerful and exciting way for students to see and experience the benefit of following a cyber and STEM education pathway. By experiencing Australia 2020, students will be more prepared to make decisions for their future.

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Astronomy Extravaganza  Mt Stromlo

  • Sat 9 Mar 2019, 9.30–11 am
  • Sat 6 Apr 2019, 9.30–11 am
  • Sun 26 May 2019, 9.30–11 am
  • Sun 14 Jul 2019, 9.30–11 am
  • Sun 18 Aug 2019, 9.30–11 am
  • Sat 28 Sep 2019, 9.30–11 am
  • Sun 10 Nov 2019, 9.30–11 am

Mount Stromlo Observatory Visitor Centre, via Cotter Road, Weston Creek ACT

Take a walking tour of Mount Stromlo Observatory and learn about one of Canberra’s oldest sites. Mount Stromlo Observatory has been carrying out astronomical observations for over 100 years and, prior to the 2003 firestorm, had grown from a small outpost of pioneering astronomers to one of the great observatories of the world.

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Medicine, Dentistry – NIE Simulated UCAT Day Workshop for Years 10, 11 or 12

Find a date and location that suits you from 11 March to 22 July.

Our workshops are designed to cover every section, the various types of UCAT-style questions to be encountered and how to tackle them, and then to check where you are at with respect to UCAT-specific study, throwing a full-blown UCAT NIE practice test at you. Melbourne and Brisbane options also in the link below.

NSW Castle Hill 22-Jan-19 Tuesday UNSW – Kensington Campus Enrol Now
NSW Newcastle 11-May-19 Saturday St Phillip’s Christian College Enrol Now
NSW Sydney 12-May-19 Sunday UNSW – Kensington Campus Enrol Now
NSW Sydney 7-April-19 Sunday UNSW – Kensington Campus Enrol Now
NSW Sydney 9-Jun-19 Sunday UNSW – Kensington Campus Enrol Now
NSW Blacktown 23-June-19 Sunday Max Webber Library Enrol Now

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HSIE

Aboriginal Studies, Ancient History, Business Studies, Economics, Geography, Legal Studies, Modern History , Society and Culture, Studies of Religion

MIT Sydney – Who Are We?

MIT Sydney in the Sydney CBD offers industry accredited degrees in Business, Accounting, Marketing, Management and IT Networking opening up job opportunities and industry connections. Entry via UAC or direct. FEE-Help available. Small class sizes. Extra support on hand. Convenient location. Phone 02 8267 1400 or visit:

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TAS

Agriculture, Design and Technology, Engineering Studies, Food Technology, Industrial Technology, Information Processes Technology and Technology, Software Design and Development, Textiles and Design

Hospitality Open Day – Free Entry – Kenvale College:  4 May, 9 am to 5 pm – 38 High St Randwick

Find out more about future career possibilities from our industry leaders. Get first-hand advice from our current students. Tour the campus and get your questions answered. More info: enquiries@kenvale.edu.au / 02 9314 6213


VET Courses

Apprenticeship Interview – What we look for.

What do interviewers want in an apprenticeship interview?

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Enjoy the advantages of studying with TAFE Digital

  • You can enrol with TAFE Digital anytime throughout the year.
  • Study when it suits you. This enables you to fit studying around the demands of work, family and other commitments.
  • You can choose from a range of nationally recognised courses.
  • Fast track your studies and save time. The skills you have gained from school, formal and informal training, employment and work experience can be assessed for credit against the units in the course you enrol in. Check out the Credit Pathways.

Careers advice, counselling and tutorial help provided.

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Australian Apprenticeship Pathways Industry Information

Investigate in detail a wide range of career fields on offer for apprenticeships and traineeships.

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VET Metals and Engineering

UNSW Experience Engineering Day –  23 May  8.30 am to 3.15 pm

UNSW Experience Engineering Day allows students to experience the innovative and creative ways that engineers solve real-world challenges.

High school students in years 10 and 11 are invited to choose an engineering theme that includes three interactive hands-on workshops at UNSW Kensington campus. These workshops give students a taste of the extensive range of engineering disciplines and careers available to them.

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VET Tourism and Events

New Event Starter Course College of Event Management

100% online this course is a nationally recognised Certificate III in Events, reworked to appeal to those who are starting out in events. College of Event Management fosters over 600 industry partners, all accessed by students through the CoEM in-house agency.

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Other Fields

NSW Police Force – Recruiting Information Sessions

Saturday 13 April 2019
Time:  9.00 am – 12.00 pm
Tickets available 8.00 am 29 March 2019

and

Saturday 15 June 2019
Time:  9.00 am – 12.00 pm
Tickets available 8.00 am 31 May 2019

NSW Police Headquarters, 1 Charles Street, Parramatta

Attend an information session to find out more about being a NSW Police Officer and the recruitment process.  Sessions are generally run at Police Headquarters, Parramatta. Due to limited availability and space, bookings will be accepted from prospective applicants only.

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Police Recruitment Process

Learn about the process and the requirements here:

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Defence Jobs Info Sessions

No matter what force you wish to join or the type of defence career, you will find the right event option for you by going to this site:

Lismore – 11 March Army Reserve

Newcastle – 11 March  Women in Defence

Sydney – 11 March GAP Information

Wollongong – 12 March. Engineering Careers

Canberra – 12 March Aviation Careers

Wollongong – 13 March. Commando Information

Narrabri – 13 March. Defence Information

Gold Coast – 13 March. GAP Information

Cessnock – 14 March. Defence Information

Sydney – 14 March. Commando Information

Newcastle – 16 March. GAP Information

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