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Makers Empire

Makers Empire helps primary, elementary and middle school teachers cover Design & Technology curriculum and develop children’s creative confidence, design thinking skills and interest in STEM via 3D design tools, programs and professional development courses. Makers Empire’s plans include everything you need to plan, teach and assess student work with 3D design and 3D printing. …

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Is it legal? – Your phone and social media

Did you know there are laws about cyberbullying, taking and sending nude pics (some people call this ‘sexting’), and image-based abuse—where someone threatens to send a nude or intimate pic of you to other people? If you’ve got a phone, laptop, computer or tablet think carefully about how you use it. It might seem like …

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Ponder Program awarded CDAA Commended status

Exciting news – our Ponder Program has been awarded CDAA Commended status! Here’s a few words from CDAA’s National Manager Peter Mansfield on CDAA Commended: “The purpose of CDAA Commended is to review career products and commend those which demonstrate a minimum standard of quality against clear and transparent criteria. This provides career-seekers, career practitioners …

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Avid Research Podcast

Avid Research is a podcast created by Amelia, a web developer who’s been a STEM Educator, Park Ranger and long time student. Amelia genuinely believes interest in Science Technology Engineering and Maths (STEM) is something universal, and that questioning and curiosity should be encouraged. The guests on the show are people from all kinds of …

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KSP Short Fiction Competition

The KSP Writers’ Centre is proud to present this annual short fiction competition for Australian writers, which is free for youth to enter thanks to sponsorship from the Shire of Mundaring. Judges will be looking for good quality original, unpublished writing with engaging characters and a compelling narrative. All fiction styles and themes are acceptable. …

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Coalition of Peaks Photo Competition 2022

Hey you mob! Do you know your way around a camera? Enter our photography competition by submitting your best photos that represent the theme On country… for your chance to win some pirrki! (that’s Kaurna for money!) Entries will be judged on the following merits: Relevance to the theme, On country… Composition Creativity Overall impact …

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Inspiring the Future Australia

Inspiring the Future Australia aims to broaden the horizons and raise the aspirations of all young people, from primary school students to high school students. 95% of young people say they want employers to be more involved in providing advice and guidance about careers, so Inspiring the Future are on a mission to help make …

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2022 My First Speech Competition

The 2022 My First Speech competition is now open for entries. Imagine yourself as a newly elected Member of the House of Representatives. Your task is to write a 90 second speech about issues you are passionate about then record yourself presenting the speech on video. Australian students enrolled in years 10 to 12 are …

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Seven jobs where you could use your language skills

If you’re studying a second language like Spanish, Mandarin, Hindi, or German, then you might find it easier to find work. Bilingual employees are in high demand, and employers will look favourably on your ability to speak an additional language because they want to build robust global workplaces where they can help a diverse range …

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History Makers School Video Challenge

Share the defining moment that matters to you to be in the running to win $2,000 for your school. Choose a defining moment Research a moment that matters to your class, school, community or the nation. You might be inspired by these websites: Defining Moments in Australian History Australian’s Defining Moments Digital Classroom Momentous Or …

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Why you need science

Why you need Science – for people who don’t like Science

National Science Week is here (13-21 August) and if you’re a STEM lover, you’ll be hanging out for all the cool events, competitions, and other exciting stuff headed your way. If you’ve just never been into STEM and science leaves you cold, there could still be lots of great resources and fun things to get …

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How to become a Lecturer

How to become a Lecturer

Lecturers are specialists in their academic field who teach tertiary level students. They are mainly employed by universities and private providers, and have a high level of knowledge on their specialist subject. Lecturers are also often involved in further research and academia. If you’re passionate about a particular subject, are articulate and confident, and want …

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Introduction to Aboriginal Plant Use

Adam Shipp is a proud Wiradjuri man who’s family is originally from Dubbo in NSW. Adam is passionate about traditional plant use and showcases this passion in his workshops. During the workshop you will learn in-depth information about how Aboriginal people have been using these plants for foods, fibres, and medicines for thousands of years.

Beyond the Lab with IMNIS Catalysts

Beyond the Lab is a webinar series for students in years 8 to 12 around Australia in which IMNIS Catalysts will share their non-traditional STEM Career Journeys. Join IMNIS Catalysts Dr Beatrice Chiew and Tian Nie as they discuss their career journeys and their life Beyond The Lab.

University of Sydney | Accommodation Exploration

The University of Sydney students have many accommodation options each with its own terminology, culture and intricacies. This webinar offers prospective regional and interstate domestic high school students an overview of the accommodation alternatives at The University of Sydney.

Future Options

What are my future options?

After you finish school, there’s a whole wide world of options out there for you. Maybe you want to study. Maybe you want to work. Maybe you want to travel. But how do you know what the right choice is for you? Well, you’ve got lots of options. And if one pathway doesn’t quite fit, …

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Unleashed Writing Competition 2022

Entry is now open to the 2022 Schools Poetry & Short Story ‘Unleashed’ Writing Competition! Students all over Australia are invited to enter their 16 line poems or 500 word short stories, and battle it out for the great cash & prizes on offer. There is no theme! Entrants are encouraged to let their imaginations …

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The Big Brain Experiment

Explore remarkable parts of the brain with fun and engaging experiments for the whole class. Each mini-mission explores a different aspect of the brain and each comes with its own fun class experiment, complete with easy to follow videos explaining what to do, the science and some teacher tips. The 5 mini-missions for students (and …

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Thinking of taking a language in year 11 and 12?

Learning a language has many benefits. It improves your thinking abilities and enhances your understanding of the world. Knowing another language can give you a leg up in university applications too. If you’re thinking of studying a language in years 11 and 12, read this article by the Conversation to find out what you need …

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The Conversation – Senior Subjects Series

The Conversation has published a series of articles providing school students with evidence-based advice for choosing subjects in their senior years. Written by university lecturers, researchers, and educators, these articles help students decide why they might like to pick a particular subject in Year 11 and 12. They also highlight the real-world importance of these …

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Anthology Photography Awards 2022

Open to photographers working at any level, the Anthology Photography Award celebrates outstanding standalone images. It also provides a platform for photographers to showcase their work through publication. Images submitted must be on the theme of ‘Where I Live’. Submissions will be judged on quality, creativity, originality, and visual/emotional impact. Photography styles can include street …

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Top 5 Jobs for Night Owls

Do you dread waking up at the break of dawn? Think working from 9 to 5 might not be for you? Don’t worry – there are plenty of jobs out there for those who are more active at night. We’ve listed our top 5 below.   1. Security Guard   A job as a security …

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Build your Career with Visy

Visy is an Australian-owned, global leader dedicated to making serious progress in the sustainable packaging and recycling industries. With 120 sites throughout Australia and New Zealand, Visy is paving the way for real change in sustainability – and they want to meet you. Whether you’re the driving force behind your school’s recycling program or have …

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eSafety | Popular Apps Webinar

Learn about TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube and help your children stay safe online. This webinar is designed for parents and carers of young people aged 8 to 13. It will cover: case studies, research and targeted advice ways of supporting the young people in your life to have safe, enjoyable online experiences.

WEP | Student Exchange Info Session

Imagine making friends from all over the world, learning about yourself and the world around you and seeing sights you could only dream of! Find out more about your student exchange opportunities at WEP’s online info session.

R U OK?Day at School

R U OK?Day is Thursday 8 September. R U OK? have released a range of tailored resources to help you bring R U OK?Day to your school community. Find lesson plans for all year groups, activities, videos and more: https://www.ruok.org.au/education

How to become a Fitter

How to become a Fitter

Fitters are qualified tradespeople who shape, assemble, and fit machinery parts (generally made of metal). You might be putting together brand new parts as a Fitter and Turner, or repairing and maintaining old parts as a Maintenance Fitter. If you like to work with your hands and have a mind for maths, this could be …

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University in the UK

Applying to University in the UK from Australia

If you’d like to study in the UK, there are a few things that you’ll need to know.   Step 1 – Find out about Student Visa requirements   It’s a great idea to start by looking at the UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs) website. They specialise in providing advice and information to …

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Maths Modelling Challenge 2022

Ever wondered the maths behind how a pandemic spreads? Or the environmental impact of getting a lift to school? Or do you want to find out the link between climate change and your WhatsApp messages? Put your analytic brains to the test, working in small groups students have 3 real world mathematics challenges to choose …

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BUFTA

The Bond University Film & Television Awards (BUFTA) is one of the premier film competitions for High School students around Australia. BUFTA gives Year 11 and 12 students the chance to win a full scholarship to study a Bachelor of Film and Television at Bond University. There are no themes to adhere to, no objects …

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Co-op Scholarships

What you need to know about Co-op Scholarships

Successfully applying for a co-op scholarship could do much more for you than simply covering your costs.   Premium scholarships with extra value   Scholarships are generally sums of money donated to applicants who meet the eligibility requirements specific to that scholarship. There are thousands available in Australia. They could really make a difference to …

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Research into the Value of Virtual Work Experience

Employers, educators, parents, policy makers and other professional bodies have long recognised that work experience has a crucial part to play in helping young people prepare for the world of work. But whilst the benefits of in-person work experience have been extensively researched and documented, very little research exists to substantiate the benefits of virtual …

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National Science Week 2022

This year, National Science Week will take place from Saturday 13 to Sunday 21 August. All around Australia there will be a huge variety of live online events, virtual tours, competitions and fun activities to participate in and grow your STEM knowledge. Take a look at what’s on and find a whole bunch of resources …

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Job Search Basics Workbook

The Job Search Basics workbook is an interactive digital resource from Job Jumpstart providing a range of activities and information to help students with their job search. The workbook aims to: help applicants to understand their work preferences and skills and what they have to offer employers provide practical information to help research employers applicants …

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Student Exchange Programs

Have you always dreamed of travelling overseas and experiencing new things? Through a Student Exchange Program, you could have the opportunity to study and live in another country.   What is Student Exchange?   As the name suggests, Student Exchange gives you the opportunity to travel to another country and attend school there – and …

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Anthology Magazine Poetry Prize 2022

Established to recognise and encourage excellence in the craft of poetry writing and to provide a platform for publication, the Poetry Award is open to original and previously unpublished poems in the English language. Entries are invited from poets of all nationalities, living anywhere in the world. Poems submitted must be on the theme of …

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Study Overseas – information from the Australian Government

The Australian Government has put together some information for students planning to Study Overseas –  there are lots of useful tips, advice and  links to resources that could help you to make it all happen. Read more – https://www.smartraveller.gov.au/before-you-go/activities/studying

On Campus vs Online Study

The past couple of years have seen a huge uptake in universities moving their learning online, and it’s an option that’s more popular and accessible than ever. But for some people, it’s not quite the same as being able to attend classes on campus. So what’s the best option for you if you’re looking to …

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Online tutoring – an option for boosting your education

Since COVID, what’s considered “normal” learning has changed. Online learning has become a much more popular and accessible option for students all over the world. But online tutoring is something that’s actually been around for a while. It’s a good option to consider if you’d like to give your grades a boost, or if you …

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How to become a Surveyor

How to become a Surveyor

Surveyors are responsible for taking precise measurements of plots of land and preparing plans for construction or mapping based on these measurements. You could be measuring pieces of land as small as house blocks, all the way up to large stretches of coastline. If you want a job that will keep you on your feet …

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Elegant Literature’s Monthly Contest For New Writers

Each month Elegant Literature hold a contest based on a short fiction prompt. You write a wonderful story and enter the contest. Elegant Literature choose the winner who receives the grand prize. They also choose the best stories, pay the authors above-professional rates, and publish them in our magazine. Elegant Literature are the first magazine …

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Social Enterprise Schools

Social Enterprise Schools is a practical, student-led experience that develops citizenship and enterprise capabilities. It brings students, teachers, local entrepreneurs and the community together to develop skills, build confidence and make a positive social impact. Through the process of setting up their own social enterprise, students develop the skills, mindsets and behaviours they will need …

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AIE | Online Campus Day

Discover the courses designed to get you started in game development, 3D animation, film and visual effects at the AIE Online Campus Day on Sat 27 August 2022. AIE will be running this event for students interested in studying online. You will be able to meet our teachers, explore how classes will run, course options, …

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Whitehouse Institute of Design | Illustration and Portfolio Workshop

This online workshop is for aspiring designers and recommended as a starting point for those wishing to develop their illustration skills and create a portfolio for application to the Bachelor of Design program. In this 2-hour workshop, you will gain an understanding of how to illustrate with Marker and Paper, experiment with different multi-media materials …

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Reach Out Lesson: Managing Anxiety and Stress

We all experience anxiety and stress at some point in our lives. For some, it can be for a short amount of time, such as during exams. For others, it can be an ongoing challenge requiring extra support. In this lesson, students learn the difference between short-term and long-term anxiety and stress, explore management strategies …

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Anthology Cover Art Award 2022

Submissions are now invited for the Anthology Cover Art Award 2022. Established to foster and support both established and emerging visual artists and provide a platform for publication, the competition is open to multiple genres including painting, printmaking, mixed media, photography and digital media. Works entered must not have appeared on the cover of another …

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How to help your teen make good decisions about school and life

Good decision-making skills can help your teen make good choices and set them up for success later in life. Teens can face many challenges at school that require them to make choices, such as the transition to high school, selecting subjects, bullying, friendships, and exam stress. Spark their Future has provided five steps you can …

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Explore Careers Career Quiz

Explore Careers has created a free quiz to help you discover the Australian industries and careers that are right for you. This quiz is unique because the results will tell you about real Australian companies that you could work for. Explore Careers have partnered with hundreds of Australian employers to help high school students learn …

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2023 Elders Calendar Competition

Elders has been for Australian agriculture for over 180 years, so this year we invite you to tell us your contribution to Australian agriculture, as seen through the lens. The winning entry not only secures the acclaimed cover position, but also a $500 pre-paid gift voucher. 12 additional winners will be allocated a month within …

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Tax, Super + You Competition

If you’re a student in Year 7–12, we want you to unleash your creativity and find a new way to tell us about tax and super. This competition will not only give you an insight into the value of tax and super, but you have the chance to win a share of $7,600 in prizes. …

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First Pitch Competition

First Pitch calls on budding young entrepreneurs aged up to 18 to enter their best business pitch for the chance to win great prizes. You can submit a 3-minute pitch on a business innovation or idea that can make a difference in your community and Australia wide. Your pitch will be judged by a local …

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KSP Poetry Awards

The KSP Writers’ Centre is proud to present this annual poetry competition for Australian writers, which is free for youth to enter thanks to sponsorship from the Shire of Mundaring. Entries must be original and unpublished. All poetry styles and themes are acceptable. There are three categories to enter: Youth KSP Poetry Awards (10 to …

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HELP loans explained

HELP loans explained

You can borrow money for further studies   For most school leavers, it’s unlikely you’ll have access to large sums of money, even if you have been working and saving hard. Your parents or carers might not be able to assist you either. But don’t be discouraged – there are options to help you out …

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What counts when making career choices: lessons from Australian agriculture – Parents and carers webinar

Career decision-making learning includes developing the ability to make career decisions in the context of life planning and relating self-awareness to the knowledge of different opportunities. In guiding this development, we have a responsibility to provide young people with learning opportunities that expand their understanding of themselves in relation to less visible careers, such as …

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Smart Green Economy Student Conference

The inaugural Smart Green Economy Hybrid Student Conference aims to create an interactive environment for inspirational education and thought provoking conversation for students. Our vision is to bring together students currently studying or genuinely passionate about the Green agenda. Speakers and innovative leaders will engage and open up the discussion with students whilst developing their …

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How to become an Anaesthetist

How to become an Anaesthetist

Anaesthetists are responsible for administering general or local anaesthesia to a patient for a variety of reasons, including undergoing surgery, for diagnostic procedures, or for pain relief. They also monitor patients during the procedure in case of an adverse reaction. If you’re kind and dedicated, want work that is rewarding, and are prepared to take …

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Checking in with yourself

When you’re not feeling so hot, it can be tricky figuring out what’s wrong. It’s easy to get swept up in life’s responsibilities – from school, to work, to keeping up relationships with friends and dealing with expectations from family. Take this quiz from ReachOut to check in with yourself. They can help you pinpoint …

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Responding and reporting: Critical online incidents in school settings

This webinar runs for one hour and can be used toward teacher identified or elective professional learning hours. The session is designed for wellbeing and school leaders who lead or support the immediate responding and reporting of critical online incidents within school communities. It will explore case studies, incident assessment tools and how to support both …

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Difference between reference and referee

What’s the difference between a reference and a referee?

If you’re hunting for work, you’ve probably put together a resume to hand out to potential employers. One of the most important parts of the hiring process is the employer looking for information about you from other people. This is usually done through references and referees. But what are references and referees, and what’s the …

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SAE | Creative Futures, Virtual

We’re opening our campus doors and giving you the chance to chat with our industry experts, who are ready to answer all your questions about studying and working in creative fields. This free event is exclusively for high school students in year 11 & year 12. Chat to your careers teacher today for more info …

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ACAP | Discover ACAP Online Info Sessions

Thinking of gaining your first qualification, upskilling or changing careers? Then a Discover ACAP information session is for you. In this series of online information sessions you will be immersed in knowledge, with experienced educators, knowledgeable course advisors and seasoned students sharing their insights. Hear about courses in coaching, counselling, criminology, management, psychology and social …

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GVI | Virtual Open Day

You’ve been daydreaming about joining an immersive GVI community program, but you’ve got some questions. Maybe you haven’t travelled alone before? Or you’re wondering what to expect? Our next free Virtual Open Day is your chance to discover first-hand what GVI is all about, and why becoming a global citizen is so valuable. Listen to …

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JMC Academy Early Entry

Why wait for your ATAR to be released to know how you’ll be spending the next few years of your study time? Apply through JMC’s Early Entry program to secure your conditional offer in our February 2023 intake before you even sit your final exams! What are the benefits of early entry? Stress less about …

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Spend your Gap Year in America

Applications for the 2023 Camp America program are now open. As part of Camp America, you will head to the United States for 9-12 weeks and become a counsellor for youth participating in Summer Camp programs. Summer camp in America is a massive tradition. It’s estimated there are 12,000 camps spread all over the country …

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In-school Workshops for Students and Teachers

If you’re looking to boost your students’ engagement and knowledge, there are a whole host of companies that offer workshops and presentations that can be delivered directly in your classroom. From STEM to entrepreneurship, careers, leadership skills and future building, there are lots of options out there, many of which can be tailored to your …

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Career mapping: where to after school?

Many students are uncertain about their next steps after Year 12. But – as Phillip Williamson, Head Teacher Careers for the NSW Government’s Educational Pathways Program, writes – it’s vital to go easy on yourself, self-reflect and do your research. The most important thing, he advises, is to focus on your direction, not your destination. …

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How Careers Advisors can help students prepare for Job Interviews with Virtual Reality

Careers Advisors have historically had a hard time helping students prepare for the job-jitters, relying on mock interviews as the primary and only avenue for practice. But things are changing with Australia’s first Virtual Reality Job Interview Simulator by Work Window. Here’s how Careers Advisors can engage students with Virtual Reality to practice their interview skills and build …

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Teaching Consent To Children – Professional Development

This course will help you explore developments in social views on consent and understand how consent education is changing and moving into the earlier years of schooling. You’ll learn: What consent is and why it is important The issues that stem from not properly understanding or valuing consent Why children need to learn about consent …

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How to prepare for job interviews (with Virtual Reality)

There’s nothing more nerve-wracking than your first job interview. Even practising for job interviews with teachers, advisors, or your school can be anxiety-inducing. Here are a few tips on how to prepare so you can ace your next job interview.   6 steps to prepare for job interviews   As a student there are a …

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Storyfest National Novella Writing Competition

The Storyfest National Novella Writing Competition is open to all Australian high school students. It is a wonderful opportunity for serious student writers, encouraging them in their literary growth – and there are also some fantastic prizes on offer. All state winners will be awarded: Cash prizes Flights and accommodation to the Gold Coast Tickets …

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Little Stories Big Ideas Flash Fiction Competition for Secondary School Students

Little Stories Big Ideas is a writing competition for Australian Secondary School Students. As part of the comp, students write a story in 100 words or less to a specific themed prompt, in any literary style they like – prose, poetry, haiku or song. There are two entry categories, Year 7 to 9 (Junior) and …

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NIDA Connect to Curriculum

Working in collaboration with classroom teachers, NIDA can customise online workshops to address curriculum outcomes across all states and territories in Australia. From specialist skills in performance styles to public speaking or technical skills in non-performance disciplines such as film making, design or production we can create a specialised, online program that best suits the …

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National Mathematics Summer School

The National Mathematics Summer School (NMSS) is a program for motivated and high-achieving school students that has been held each January since 1969. The 55th NMSS is planned to be held in Canberra from 8 to 21 January 2023. Applications will open soon, and will close at the end of August.

How to become a Financial Planner

How to become a Financial Planner

Financial Planners, also known as Financial Advisors, help clients to set financial goals and provide advice on the best ways to invest and spend their money. They can work with individuals as well as businesses and government. If you have a sharp mind for maths, enjoy helping people, and are willing to commit to lifelong …

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SCCE | Exchange Webinar

At SCCE, we understand that there is a lot to consider when going on exchange, which is why we are happy to offer these regular online information webinars to teach you all about your student exchange options. Our online sessions go for approximately 60 minutes. They will guide you through everything from you need to …

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Decision Making Upskilling Program

Being able to make well-informed choices will differentiate you from others, win you friends and show your leadership potential at work. Grandshake’s new 40-minute microprogram, How to Make Great Decisions, will teach you how to make the right choices, process hard decisions, act autonomously and work as a team. Find out more: https://www.grandshake.co/product/how-to-make-great-decisions

UNSW Law Admission Test (LAT)

If you’re a domestic applicant and would like to study the Bachelor of Laws at UNSW, you’ll need to sit the Law Admissions Test (LAT). Your LAT score, in addition to your academic results, such as ATAR + adjustment factors, is used in UNSW’s selection process. The 2022 LAT is on Thursday, 29 September 2022. …

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NIE | Medical Interviews Preparation Workshop, Online

The unique NIE workshop program aims for students to gain an in-depth understanding and required knowledge of the medical interview processes for specific universities, including Multi-station Mini Interview (MMI), Structured, and Semi-structured panel interviews. The workshop is structured and based on the models that are taught during our proven one-on-one personalised medical interview sessions. The …

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