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Pathways/Careers Information

Friday 31 Aug 2018 by Pathways@Redlands

Griffith University

Conservatorium Audition Information – Extra Details eg Photo and CV requirements

https://www.griffith.edu.au/arts-education-law/queensland-conservatorium/learning-and-teaching/audition-information

QTAC Application and Griffith Audition Payment to be completed by Friday 7 September 2018

New Courses starting 2019

  • Bachelor of Creative Industries – Gold Coast
  • Bachelor of Intelligent Digital Technologies – Gold Coast and Nathan
  • Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology – Gold Coast
  • Bachelor of Communication and Journalism – Gold Coast and Nathan
  • Bachelor of Construction Management – Gold Coast

Introducing 2019 ‘Mechanical Engineering’ major as part of the Engineering course at Nathan

2019 Young Conservatorium Applications NOW OPEN!

Young Conservatorium offers pre-school, primary and secondary students a pathway of musical training drawing on the skills, expertise and excellence of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.

Brochure available:  https://www.griffith.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0031/493771/YCON-Brochure-2019.pdf

Aptitude for Engineering Assessment – Pathway into Engineering

Successful students will receive admission into the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program at either the Nathan or Gold Coast campuses or Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Electronic and Computer Engineering at Nathan campus (QTAC only).

Registrations close at 5pm (AEST) on Friday 21 September 2018 https://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-sciences/school-engineering-built-environment/learning-teaching/aptitude-for-engineering-assessment

 

ACU

An admission pathway into teaching: The Bachelor of Educational Studies has been designed for students who are passionate about becoming teachers, but do not achieve the entry requirements. 

Students who successfully complete their first year of study (subject to meeting certain progression and non-academic requirements) will be guaranteed entry into the second year of the Bachelor of Education (Primary) or the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Primary)

More information at:

http://www.acu.edu.au/about_acu/faculties,_institutes_and_centres/education_and_arts/schools/study_areas/education_pathways

Elite Athlete and Performer Program (EAPP) applications - open now

ACU helps elite athletes and performers achieve sporting, performing and academic excellence. The Elite Athlete and Performer Program (EAPP) is designed to provide support and encourage excellence in each of these fields. This support includes applying adjustment factors for entry, academic support and timetabling considerations. Applications close on 4 December to receive early timetabling support for semester 1 2019.  Head here for more information.

Additional information about studying at ACU such as pathway options, fees and scholarships and information for parents and career advisors can be found here

 Adjustment factors

Adjustment factors (previously known as bonus points) can help students gain entry to courses that they may not have been previously eligible for based upon their OP/ATAR. These factors are assessed in several ways and we take into consideration a student’s completed Year 12 subjects, the school’s relationship with ACU, proximity to our campus or if a student is from a regional school. Please visit our website to view the filter and for further eligibility information.

UQ

Scholarships Guide

OP Results Advice Night, Monday 17 December

Dr of Medicine program changes:

  • The introduction of a Mini Multiple Interview as part of the selection process (only impacting current Year 10 students, or younger)
  • The introduction of prerequisite courses to ensure students are well prepared for the first two years of the program (impacting all students)

 

Changes to the Non-Academic Entry Requirements for Teaching

Check out details on the QTAC site

https://www.qtac.edu.au/courses---institutions/teacher-entry


USQ 

USQ Ipswich Open Day

USQ Springfield Open Day

10am-1pm

Saturday 1 September

3pm-7pm

Friday 7 September

 

 

 

 

More Information:

https://www.usq.edu.au/events/2018/08/open-day/ipswich

https://www.usq.edu.au/events/2018/08/open-day/springfield

Gateway to Industry Program

Redlands College has been chosen to be a part of The Gateway to Industry program for the Building and Construction sector. It is an initiative of the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training, delivered in partnership with Construction Skills Queensland to raise awareness of the different pathways into the building and construction industry.  The program involves:

  • raising the profile of para-professional roles and creating awareness of careers in construction for students
  • creating awareness of career pathways in the building and construction industry for students through industry placement
  • creating links between industry and schools

The school has an opportunity to nominate students who are genuinely interested in looking at the following career options and participate in work experience during the September/October holidays:

 Contract Administration
 Building Design - Draftsperson
 Interior Design
 Building Estimator
 Workplace Health & Safety Officer

 Construction Administration

Please register Expression of Interest HERE! 

 

Year 10s ONLY Try’a Skills Program

The Try’a Skill program allows you the opportunity to learn about para-professional roles in the building and construction industry, and find one that could be right for them.

Together with WorldSkills and TAFE QLD, CSQ’s Try’a Skill delivers an interactive program that lets you try your hand at various skill and areas.

You will rotate through 3 activities for the morning.  The day will run from 9am to 1230pm with each activity 1 hour long.

The activities are as follows:

      *  3D Printing (Solid Works Program)

      *  AutoCad

      *  Surveying

The displays are entertaining, informative and offer access to some of the basic skills involved within a range of para-professional roles. Students also gain invaluable career advice from cadets, professionals, local employers and industry professionals.

Event details:

Location:  Windermere Road, Alexandra Hills, QLD 4161

Date: Tuesday 18th September 2018

Time: 9:00am

Cost:  Free

Register your Expression of Interest HERE!

QATSIF Opportunities

QATSIF

 

 

 

 

Opportunities for your secondary students (Indigenous and non-Indigenous)

  1. Young Athletes Travel Subsidy: provides financial assistance to help alleviate the costs associated with attending specific state, national and international events. 

     https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/sports/funding/athletes/yats

     

  2. Indigenous University Scholarships:  most Queensland universities have these scholarships open currently.  You can find links on their websites or on our QATSIF social media pages.

     

  3. Opportunities for Indigenous Secondary students:  QATSIF is building up a list of opportunities for secondary students at:  https://www.qatsif.org.au/opportunities-for-queensland-aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-students/.  Please email us at enquiries@qatsif.org.au with any major opportunities that we have missed.

Careers Day - Automotive Industry

Keema Springwood is inviting students to attend their Career Day on Saturday 13 October 2018 from 9.30am till approximately 3.00pm Location; 3521 Pacific Highway, Springwood, Qld 4127

Below is a link to the event for making bookings.

TryBooking - Keema Cars Careers Day - Saturday 13th October 2018

Careers Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UQ - A Day in the Life of a Doctor:

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