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Current Yr 12: proposed changes to Indep Youth All
Universities: Posted 18-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
There will be a meeting on Tuesday in M1 at 1pm outlining the changes proposed in last week's Federal Budget which will have major implications for any student intending to defer uni in 2010 and work to earn enough money to qualify for the Independent Youth Allowance. This matter was in the Leader on Monday and is being talked about by many students in other schools too. Come along and find out what is proposed.

UNSW Courses and Careers Day name change!
Universities: Posted 14-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Courses and Careers Day has had a facelift, and will re-launch this year as UNSW Open Day. The Advisory Centre will move from the Roundhouse to The John Niland Scientia Building and this year UNSW Open Day will coincide with 60th anniversary celebrations. The day will be held on Saturday 5th of September, 9am-4pm, UNSW Kensington Campus. We encourage your students to visit us and explore the campus, attend the lectures on all our programs, visit the Advisory Centre and ask lots of questions. Information will be sent to your school as soon as it is available, in the meantime please visit the site.
For more information, visit www.openday.unsw.edu.au

Careers in Sport +Event Management in Sport
Career Choice: Posted 14-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Careers in Sport & Event Management Workshops at Sydney Olympic Park Careers Days Suitable for any student interested in sport from Yrs 9-12, this interactive day will start by looking at the range of sporting careers available. Guest speakers from a variety of sports will then add their ‘real life’ examples of working in sport. Students will leave with a wider insight into the range of careers in the sports world. His workshop links specifically with the module : ‘Opportunities and pathways in physical activity and sport’. Following the module ‘ Event Management ‘ and suitable for students studying the PASS and SLR courses, this interactive workshop will get the students to examine the skills needed to run a sports event using practical examples from around the Olympic site. Using working professionals, students will be able to help out with the design of real events such as the Medibank International Tennis Tournament and concerts at ACER Arena. Depending on availability we will be able to go behind the scenes at some of the venues. Program for each day 10.30am – 12.30pm: Speakers and interactive workshops 12.30 – 1pm Lunch (at own cost) 1pm – 2pm Tour of facilities at Sydney Olympic Park (venues depending on availability) 2pm – 3pm Swimming or Golf recreational activity. $20 per student Dates for Careers Days : 10 June, 11 June, 20 August, 16 September Dates for Event Management workshops : 18 June, 26 June, 18 August, 10 November For more information and to book, visit www.sportnsw.com.au and click ‘Education’.

USB Business Cadetships
Career Choice: Posted 14-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
The 2009 Business Cadetships Program was cancelled due to the global economic downturn. However, UBS Investment Bank has asked Professional Cadetships Australia to run a cadetship program for the company. The UBS Cadetships Program is open to current Year 12 students Applications for UBS Cadetships open on 11 May and close on 10 June. Information on UBS Cadetships and the application process can be found at the website.

For more information, visit www.businesscadetships.com.au/UBScadetships

Lattitude Global Volunteering (ex GAP Activi
General: Posted 14-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Lattitude says: REMINDER - ONE WEEK TO GO UNTIL 2010 APPLICATIONS CLOSE!If you are interested in our varied volunteer placements please remind them to complete their application form and forward to us ASAP as our closing date for 2010 departures is next week, Wednesday 20 May.
If you have any questions about volunteering opportunities available through us do not hesitate to call 03 9826 6266. See me for booklets and application forms. Please don't leave it to the last minute and it will take time to do and collate what they want.

Another Senior First Aid course option for $80
School Matters: Posted 8-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
I am investigating the possibility of organising a First Aid course to be done here at school. It would require at least 10 students, cost would be $80, you would need to do 2 hours online work (theory) which you can do at home followed by 2 afternoon sessions at school to do the practical side from 3.15 to 6.45. If you are interested please email me now so I can make a decision on whether to organise it or not. Mrs Duns will be running a similar course for Hospo and Construction students so studetns in those courses need not email me. This one is for other students who want to do it to improve their job prospects and intend doing health or childcare or other courses where it is advisable.

Important info on RSA & RCG****
School Matters: Posted 6-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
I had a phone call from Country Hospitality who run the courses to say that each course needs to be a minimum of 6 hours (similar to those run at other locations). So please be aware that a prompt 3.15pm start in A4 will see you finish at 9.15-9.30ish. If you have paid but cannot attend, please see me immediately as there is a waiting list of students.

Deakin University in Victoria
Universities: Posted 4-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
They have sent copies of their 2010 course guide and info. They are in Melb, Geelong and Warrrnambool.

Bond University’s Scholarship Program
Scholarships: Posted 4-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
This is now open for applications.This year in an effort to improve the ease of applications, they have created a streamline online scholarship application form. Students will also be required to provide a letter of reference from a nominated person at their High School. This must be a Principal, Vice-Principal, Year Coordinator or someone of similar standing. Students will be able to download an education reference form whilst completing their scholarship application form and their nominated referee will be required to complete this and send directly to Bond University. APPLICATIONS FOR ALL BOND UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS CLOSE ON FRIDAY, 31ST JULY 2009. More information will arrive shortly. Some full scholarships are worth $79K and $105K.
For more information, visit https://application.bond.edu.au/scholarship/

Actors College of Theatre and Television
Private Colleges: Posted 4-5-09 Deadline - No Deadline
ACTT is proud to announce the launch of its brand new website. Featuring in-depth information about courses, people and events at the college, along with the latest news and theatre production details; the new look ACTT website is a feast for the eyes – check it out today! Best known for its acting training system, ACTT conducts courses at Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma levels in Stage and Screen Acting, Music Theatre and Technical Production.
For more information, visit www.actt.edu.au/

RSA and RCG courses on May 12 and 13
General: Posted 30-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
A reminder to those students doing the courses about the details: RSA will be on Tuesday 12 May from 3.15-8.30 at school with the RCG on Wednesday 13 May from 3.15-8.30. Bring a pen and snacks/food. There will be no chance to leave the school to get takeaway food. Both courses will be in A4.

First Aid Course coming up in May
General: Posted 30-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
See the attached poster for details. Alternatively if you need a first aid qualification for a career or to improve your chances of getting a job or getting into a health or sport related course, you can check out the TAFE and Tamworth Community College who offer courses.
For more information, visit www.tamworthcc.nsw.edu.au/
Tamworth First AId.doc

Tocal field days this term
Private Colleges: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Held at Peterson on Friday - Sunday 1-3 May.
For more information, visit www.tocal.com

Passmore College Tamworth Info Night Thur 7th May
Private Colleges: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
This is for interested students and their parents at the Powerhouse beginning at 7.00 -8.30pm. Courses are in hospo, hotel management, internat. tourism, real estate, legal personal secretarial, exec admin, marketing, management, media and journalism. Costs, course info and scholarships will be mentioned on the night. Ring Newcastle on 4926 1577 for details or visit the website.
For more information, visit www.passmores.com.au

JMC Academy Open Day
Private Colleges: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Sydney May 16 and Brisbane May 30. Courses in audio engineering, digital film, animation, music, tc, film production etc.
For more information, visit www.jmcacademy.edu.au

Engineering at UNSW in 2010
Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Program Guide has arrived and has descriptions of the many types of engineering offered there plus info on their Flexible First Year option, scholarships and entry levels.

Uni of Queensland (UQ) 2010
Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Course guide for 2010 has arrived. See me for a copy.
For more information, visit www.uq.edu.au

TAFE applications for Semester 2
TAFE: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
These are now open and will close on May 29 if you are thinking of leaving school and going to TAFE in Terms 3 and 4.
For more information, visit www.tafensw.edu.au

$2 for Careers Expo at TRECC Wed 29th April
Career Choice: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Year 12 must be at the bus bay at 9.50 with $2. Year 11 must be at the bus by by 11.00 with their money.

Career Shack in Tamworth
Career Choice: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
For your information, The Careers Shack at West Tamworth Primary School run by Careers Network Inc. will be open on Thursday afternoons between 3 and 6pm during Term 2. Term 2 will also see the commencement of Employer and Industry talks between 5.15pm and 6.15pm held every 2nd Thursday. We will be sending through to all schools a notification to be put in school newsletters advertising the talks as they come up. They will also be advertised in the NDL and Tamworth City Times regularly.

Want to be a surveyor or know what they do?
Career Choice: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
The Surveyors website went live last week and now provides a great place for Students to find out more about the Surveying profession. The homepage displays a dynamic video which takes you right into the life of a Surveyor; it’s as if you are experiencing it first hand! The site also includes information about job locations for Surveyors such as Antarctica or the Great Barrier Reef and more practical information such as where to study and frequently asked questions.
For more information, visit www.alifewithoutlimits.com.au

Maritime Careers Forum
Career Choice: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Where: Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour, Sydney When: Wednesday 17 June 2009, 9:00am – 3:30pm Cost: $10 / student Through trade stalls, interactive lectures, practical demonstrations and tours, students will be exposed to the diversity of careers in a maritime environment. This is ideal forum for senior students to meet professionals from a range maritime industries, businesses and training institutions from diverse fields such as marine biology and conservation, working on boats (designing, building, restoring and managing them), tourism and defence. Students can find out about the realities of working in these fields and the qualifications/courses that are needed to successfully develop a careers in these industries. The admission price includes student notes and an optional cruise on Sydney Harbour. Bookings essential: Phone: (02) 9298 3655 Email bookings@anmm.gov.au

Medical Information Seminar
Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Alpha Omega Education is conducting their annual Medicine Information Seminar for Yr 10, 11 & 12 students, parents and teachers. Aspiring doctors can gain an insight into the industry and life of a doctor, from application as a HSC student to a Senior Surgeon level! Date: 16th of May 2009 Time: 9:00am- 1:00pm Venue: University of Sydney, Camperdown Campus Guest Speakers: Careers Adviser with Medicine entry experience, 2nd year Medical Student, Junior Doctor and a Senior Medical Specialist Students will receive: An insight into the industry and life of a doctor. They will also receive an information pack containing information about Medicine Cost: Students $99, Parents and Teachers $79; payable upon registration prior to seminar. Pay via cash, cheque, eftpos, credit card, money order. Light refreshments will be provided. For registrations and more information visit www.alpha-omega.org.au and follow the prompts from the medicine seminar flashing banner. Registrations close Wednesday 13th of May.
For more information, visit www.alpha-omega.org.au

Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
DATE: Thursday, 28 May 2009 LOCATION: Leighton Hall, The John Niland Scientia Building TIME: 6.00pm – 8.30pm PROGRAM INCLUDES:Introducing the Faculty of Science ,Overview of Science programs, Career Opportunities, Scholarships and Prizes, Student Life at UNSW. There will be the opportunity to speak with our current students, academic and admission staff.Registration is essential at the website. For further enquiries please contact T: 02 9385 7307 or E: d.bailey@unsw.edu.au
For more information, visit www.science.unsw.edu.au

St John's College within the University of Sydney
Accommodation: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
If you are looking for accommodation on campus at Sydney Uni, St John's is a co-ed college with 250 students. Check out their youtube clip or see me for information on it.
For more information, visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_mHs119Bh4

Pathways to a career in physiotherapy at Griffith
Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Students interested in a hands-on career as a physiotherapist have a number of options at Griffith. High achieving students are encouraged to apply for the new Bachelor of Exercise Science (Pre-physiotherapy), a three year undergraduate degree offering guaranteed admission into the two year graduate entry Doctor of Physiotherapy.The Doctor of Physiotherapy is now considered the appropriate level of qualification for entry into the popular profession, and equips graduates for careers in hospitals, private practice, community health, schools and the defence forces, or to pursue academic and research careers. Griffith’s existing Bachelor of Exercise Science also offers a pathway to the Doctor of Physiotherapy program if students maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.0. Exercise science graduates can also enjoy careers in hospitals, sport and fitness, and rehabilitation settings. See our School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science website for more information
For more information, visit www.griffith.edu.au/health/school-physiotherapy-exercise-science

New Nutrition and Dietetics Program at Griffith
Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Griffith Uni will start a new four-year Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics in 2010. First year students study with other health science students in courses such as anatomy, physiology and biochemistry before going on to more advanced studies in human nutrition. The final year of the program includes a 20-week work placement in both hospitals and private industry.
For more information, visit www.griffith.edu.au

Architecture Info Evening - Griffith Gold Coast
Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Griffith Uni invite you to an Information Evening for the exciting new Architecture Degree Program. From 2010, Griffith Gold Coast will offer Queensland's first complete architecture qualification available outside of the Brisbane CBD. Students who may excel at architecture include those with a passion for: Graphic design and visual arts Geography Physics and earth sciences. This event includes refreshments, the opportunity to speak with top Queensland architects and lecturers, and to find out more about career opportunities. The information evening will be held on Wednesday 27 May at our Gold Coast campus from 6 to 7.30pm. To register visit the website.
For more information, visit www.griffith.edu.au/architecture.

Medicine at Griffith Uni information evening
Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Find out about studying medicine at Griffith University by attending one of their Medicine Information Evenings. The evenings will include a presentation about available study options, an opportunity to meet Griffith staff and students and light refreshments will be provided Nathan campus (Brisbane) Wednesday 13 May, 5 - 7pm, EcoCentre Gold Coast campus Wednesday 20 May, 5 - 7pm, Activity Centre For enquiries contact Maxine Hughes on 07 5678 0305 and register online.
For more information, visit www.griffith.edu.au/health/biomedical-medical-science

AFS Australia - 240 Scholarships to Japan!
General: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Get ready to say ‘konnichiwa’ to a new you in 2009! Live and learn in Japan for two weeks, embrace diversity and learn more about Japanese culture! AFS is an international, voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit organisation that provides intercultural learning opportunities to help people develop the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to create a more just and peaceful world. AFS are thrilled to announce that this year as part of the Experience Japan Program, 240 full scholarships valued at $8,000 each, will be offered to high school students aged between 15-18 years of age across Australia, including 15 Indigenous student scholarships and 24 teacher scholarships. Experience Japan is a program funded by the Japanese Government out of their ‘Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth’ JENESYS fund. This program was introduced to create solidarity and mutual understanding through youth exchange within the Asia Pacific region. This scholarship program is a 14 day cultural exchange to Japan and includes a 6 day home stay/ school visit component together with cultural and historical study tours of Hiroshima, Kyoto and Tokyo for the remaining 8 days. The program was introduced to run annually from 2007-2011, with 660 participants in total from Australia and AFS partner countries (New Zealand, The Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, India and more) spending an exciting two weeks in Japan. The program has enjoyed tremendous success over the last two years but this year we hope to make the experience better than ever for all those involved. If you would like to register your interest in the Experience Japan program as a participant please complete an online AFS Enquiry form or visit our website for further details.
For more information, visit www.afs.org.au

SCU strengthens links with Germany
Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
New opportunities for student and staff exchanges and collaborative research projects will be on offer following an agreement signed between Southern Cross University and the University of Flensburg in Germany.
For more information, visit discover.scu.edu.au/2009/issue4/index.php/8/

UQ Bonus Rank Scheme
Universities: Posted 28-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
By now the majority of you will be aware of UQ’s Bonus Rank Scheme. Introduced in 2008, the scheme offers Year 12 students a chance to improve their university entry rank by completing certain subjects during their senior schooling.UQ were thrilled by the success of the 2008 scheme with over 2, 500 Year 12 students benefiting from additional bonus points having been applied to their entry rank. In 2009, students who successfully complete certain subjects and received specified Bands (eg Band 5 or6) will be eligible for bonus points:The maximum bonus that any one student can receive is five points. It is important to note that bonus points are ranks, not OPs. See me about the conversion of OPs to ranks please click here.Im portantly, there is no extra application process for students as QTAC will automatically register that these studies have been undertaken. For more information please download the Bonus Points brochure
For more information, visit www.uq.edu.au/guidance/docs/bonus-points.pdf

Attn Year 12 2008 re Indep Youth Allowance
Universities: Posted 23-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
If you are taking a Gap year and are aiming at earning enough money to qualify for the Independent Youth Allowance there are several things you should know. The Centrelink site says: If you apply for Youth Allowance, you will be assessed as either dependent or independent. You are considered independent if: you have worked full-time (at least 30 hours a week) for at least 18 months in the last 2 years, or you have been out of school for at least 18 months and have earned at least 75% of the maximum rate of pay under Wage Level A of the Australian Pay and Classification Scale in an 18 month period. Now for the bad news. This has gone up to $19532. See the link below. Also it is very important to save your pay slips from the date you finished school. If you haven't done this, start saving them from now to minimise any potential problems with Centrelink. You also need to save enough money to support yourself until you qualify for Indep Youth Allowance which won't be until May 2010.
For more information, visit www.centrelink.gov.au/internet/internet.nsf/payments/ind_yal_inc.htm

Open Days at NSW & ACT Universities
Universities: Posted 9-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
As mentioned at the year meeting on Wednesday, I will be giving all Year 12s a list of important dates at the beginning of Term 2. Here, however, is a list of uni open days to help you and your parents plan events in Term 3.
For more information, visit www.uac.edu.au/documents/undergraduate/open-days.pdf

Open Days at Queensland Universities
Universities: Posted 9-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
If you want to know the dates, check the link below to help you and your parents plan what you need to do in Term 3.
For more information, visit www.qtac.edu.au/Schools/OpenDays.htm

Advice about Term 3 2009
General: Posted 7-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
In Term 3 Year 12 students will have to deal with some or all of these events: doing the Trial HSC, handing in or performing major works, attending uni open days, getting the UAC book, making on-time applications to university, applying for scholarships and applying for early entry and TAFE as well doing assessment tasks, homework and studying for the HSC. Any assessment tasks or topic summaries or work on major works that you can do these holidays will make life easier for you in Term 3.

UNSW Undergraduate guide for 2010 + Open Day
Universities: Posted 7-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Details of courses, UAI cut-offs, scholarships, accommodation, application process etc are all in the 2010 Undergraduate Guide. UNSW Open Day is Saturday 5 September.

Notre Dame University dates for 2009-2010
Universities: Posted 7-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
See the poster in the Careers Noticeboard or Senior Study for details of open days, campus events and closing dates for 2010 main round courses.

Gap year 2010 closing date with Lattitude
Career Choice: Posted 7-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Make sure you don't miss out! The 2010 volunteers will be able to experience two fantastic new countries, Mexico and Malawi, as well as a wide range of placements in our other 13 programs. We have a placement for almost anyone including;Outdoor Education camps in Canada Teaching English in Vietnam Community based projects in Fiji Please note: due to recent problems in Brazil, we have decided not to place Australian volunteers there in 2010. Important closing date information: We are aiming to process applicants for the UK and match them to their placements before the UK school summer holidays this year. We have an earlier closing date for the UK and priority will be given to all UK applications received by this date. UK Closing date: Thursday 30 April 2009 Applications close: Wednesday 20 May 2009
For more information, visit www.lattitude.org.au/images/pages/2485/2010%20App%20Form.pdf

Careers Expo first Wednesday of next term
Career Choice: Posted 7-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Remember to bring $2 for the bus to the TRECC on Wed 29th April. Try to do some research and thinking before you go as to which institutions or employers you want to talk to and have questions ready. Visit the McCarthy Careers webpage to start researching careers and courses if you haven't done so yet or have not yet had your interview with me.
For more information, visit www.mccarthy.nsw.edu.au/careers

Careers in Medical Research seminar
Career Choice: Posted 7-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
This will be held at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney on Thursday 4th June with a range of speakers from various Sydney universities talking about career paths into biomedical research. Limited spaces are available. See me if you are interested.

Indigenous pre-apprenticeship program
Apprenticeships/Traineeships: Posted 7-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
This will be run by Energy Australia and Petersham TAFE in Sydney during July. I have information on this if you want to find out more.

New courses in physiotherapy & podiatry
Universities: Posted 7-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
UWS looks like offering new Health Science courses in these aras for 2010. Find the UWS stand at the Careers Expo and ask about this.

New Early Childhood & OT courses at SCU
Universities: Posted 1-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
These will be offered at the Tweed Heads campus from 2009.

Doctor, vet, dentist, pharmacist or optometrist
Universities: Posted 1-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
If you want to do any of these, you must see me. UAC has sent me information about specific entry requirements and tests you must sit plus details of interviews prior to getting offers of places to study these courses.

Dates from UAC for Year 12
School Matters: Posted 1-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Ontime applications to universities in NSW and ACT must be made by 30th Sept. HSC results will be e-released by the Board of Studies on Wed 16the Dec and UAIs e-released by UAC on Thursday 17th Dec. Main Round offers of university places will be made on 20 January. Put these dates in your diary.

Complete a 3 year uni course in 2 years in Sydney
Private Colleges: Posted 1-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Go through one of the Navitas university campuses offering a range of courses. Most of the courses don not require a high UAI with some as low as 45, 60 and 63. Keep this in mind if on December 17 when you receive your UAI, it is very low. Some of Navitas colleges offer pathways to universities such as Macquarie Uni. See them at the Careers Expo, see me for brochures or visit the website.
For more information, visit www.navitasworld.com/sydney

Only 2 more lunchtimes this term for Careers
Career Choice: Posted 1-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
I will be in the Careers Room at lunchtime on Friday this week and on Tuesday of next week if you want to see me before the holidays and before the Careers Expo at the start of next term. Alternatively you can see me to make a time for an interview.

Macleay College Open days and lectures in July
Private Colleges: Posted 1-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
In July Macleay will be providing a series of lectures on the courses they offer. The details are at the website or on the wll of the senior Study.
For more information, visit www.macleay.edu.au

Macleay College courses in Sydney
Private Colleges: Posted 1-4-09 Deadline - No Deadline
Brochures on these are available: Advanced Diploma of Management Advanced Diploma of Marketing Advanced Diploma of Tourism Bachelor of Arts - Advertising Bachelor of Arts - Journalism Diploma of Accounting Diploma of Accounting Diploma of Advertising Diploma of Book Editing and Publishing Diploma of Business Management Diploma of Business Marketing Diploma of Hospitality Diploma of Journalism Diploma of Property - Real Estate

For more information, visit www.macleay.edu.au

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