Week 13 News

In this Week’s News

  • LTC student part of Cert IV Music Industry E course pilot.
  • Emerge 2021 – Multicultural Youth Summit.
  • WWDACT Covid-19 Survey.
  • Information session – students with a disability.
  • 2021 Information Evening.
  • LTC School Tours 2021.
  • Keys to Success – Library webinars.
  • Enrolments for 2022 now open.
  • UAC applications.

LTC student part of Cert IV Music Industry E course pilot

At the end of 2020, the ACT Education Directorate and CIT Reid announced the provision of an E course for college students: Certificate IV in Music Industry.  Students auditioned to enter the course and the first cohort started in February 2021 at CIT Reid.  They attend 4 hours every Thursday evening in term time across their two years in Year 11 and 12.  This is an additional class they take on alongside a full 5 line load at college during the week.  It is an opportunity to really be involved in the many aspects of the music industry: performance skills, composition, music theory, and how to run a microbusiness (amongst other competencies).

The Music Industry students held their first performance night on Wednesday 5 May.  They were also assessed during this evening and were ably supported by CIT students undertaking the Sound and Lighting Course. 

One of our LTC Year 11 students, Sean, is a member of this cohort and performed his original song on acoustic guitar and took part in two ensembles that were formed within the class environment.  Performances were entertaining and engaging and even involved the audience!  There is also a wonderful camaraderie amongst the students from across our ACT colleges.

We’re really proud to have one of our LTC Music students in this course.  Congratulations to Sean on being chosen and pursuing his love of music!

Emerge 2021 – Multicultural Youth Summit

LTC students are invited to participate in Emerge 2021 – a one day summit on Tuesday June 22 for young people from multicultural backgrounds between the ages of 15 and 25 who live, study, work or play in the ACT. Registration is essential.

WWDACT Covid-19 Survey

Women with Disabilities ACT (WWDACT) is conducting a community consultation survey of ACT women, girls, non-binary and feminine identifying people with disabilities (hereafter referred to as women*) to learn more about the gendered impacts of COVID-19.

WWDACT would like the opportunity to hear from and advocate for students from Lake Tuggeranong College in regards to these matters.

The survey attempts to capture the immense diversity of women* with disabilities, and properly understand how this diversity has shaped personal experiences of COVID-19.

Data will be used to identify actions that can be implemented systemically to address the needs and rights of women* with disabilities in COVID-19 responses and recovery plans. 

The survey can be found at: 


Information sessions – students with disability

Are you a student with disability? Are you looking at enrolment options for 2022?

Information sessions for students with disability are currently underway. You are invited to attend to learn about enrolment options and support for transition. Information will be provided on the range of programs and supports provided across all ACT public schools.

The ACT Education Directorate recognises the importance of well-planned and supported transitions for all children and young people with disability.

The remaining sessions are:-

11 May – Kindergarten-

12 May – College-

13 May – High School-

18 May – College

To register and learn more visit https://buff.ly/2QbbTYa

2021 Information Evening

We would like to invite all prospective students and families to attend our 2021 Information Evening.

Our Information Evening will be on 20 May 2021 between 5:00pm – 7:30pm. If you are unable to attend this session we are also offering small group tours with our executive staff that can be booked by calling the front office on 6142 3660.

LTC School Tours 2021

Lake Tuggeranong College is offering exclusive, small group school tours in Term 2 for interested prospective students and parents.

These COVID safe tours will give an insider view of the college. You’ll have an opportunity to see the beautiful facilities, meet expert staff, and get a feel for the college.

Tours will be held every Monday to Wednesday, 4:30pm – 5:30pm starting from the week of April 27th. If you are interested, please phone 6142 3660 or email TUGC@ed.act.edu.au

Keys to Success – Library Webinars

All LTC students can undertake Keys to Success sessions as:

  • single sessions that interest you during College Connect upstairs in the Library
  • webinars on LTClibrary.com

Enrolments for 2022 now open

Enrolments for the 2022 school year are now open. Enrol by 4 June to receive an offer of enrolment from 26 July.

Every ACT public school is a great school, and if Lake Tuggeranong College is your local priority enrolment area (PEA) school your child is guaranteed a Year Eleven to Year Twelve place here.Your best source of information for enrolling is the Education Directorate website education.act.gov.au or the Enrolments Telephone Service (02) 6205 5429. You can also contact us about enrolments directly by emailing info@ltc.act.edu.au

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Universities and Colleges Admissions

UAC Applications are now open.  You need your UAC PIN to apply.  If you don’t have this and are unsure about how to get it, please see Lalita in Careers.

SRS (Schools Recommendation Scheme) applications are also open.  Please go to Careers Information on google.classroom for further information and guides as to how to apply.  If you are still concerned, please see Lalita in Careers.  This Scheme is available for ALL students, including students in Accredited packages who have done exceptionally well in their studies.

Blog Submissions

Do you have a positive story to share about our students or alumni? Here at the blog we are happy to publish stories, photos and artworks. Please submit your material to richard.baldwin@ed.act.edu.au

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