Week 3 News


This Week at Lake Tuggeranong College

This weeks Cover Photo, “Looking Out'” by Andre Oringo

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Secondary Scholarships

Transport Canberra information for school communities

Electronic apprenticeship opportunities for 2022

The Library in Term 4

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Secondary Scholarships now open

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Secondary Scholarships are now open! Please distribute the scholarship pack and application link to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in years 10 and 11 and encourage them to apply.

For current year 10 students, the scholarship is valued at $8,000 and is paid over two years. For current year 11 students, the scholarship is valued at $4000 paid over one year. Applications close Friday 3 December 2021

Contact Christopher Warren on 02 620 74782 or Christopher.Warren@act.gov.au.

Changes to public transport for school students Starts 25 October

Updated bus timetables, including dedicated school buses, start Monday 25 October 2021. A range of COVID safe measures are in place to help keep students safe on public transport. Please remind families to familiarise themselves with these measures and talk to their children about them before the return to school.

Transport Canberra has also prepared information and advice for schools to share with their school communities. Please use the attached social tile and messages that cover:

  • COVID safe travel for school students – a list for students, including how to use public transport safely and remembering your MyWay card.
  • Consider walking or riding to school – to help ease congestion around schools, parents and carers are encouraged to consider alternative ways to get their children to school, such as walking, riding or using a part way point.
  • Park safely and legally – if driving, remember to park safely, legally and follow the speed limits.

Electronic apprenticeship opportunities for 2022

CEA Technologies is a Fyshwick-based, private Australian company specialising in the design, development and manufacture of radar and communications technologies for the Australian Department of Defence. CEA have multiple career start opportunities for enthusiastic individuals who wish to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to qualify as an electronics technician.

As an apprentice electronics technician, employees will be trained in many areas of electronics, including cable making, soldering, automated surface mount assembly, test and repair and mechanical assembly. Successful candidates will also learn about product designs using the latest digital and radio frequency electronic technology. Employees will complete CEA’s on the job training requirements and be supported to study at the Canberra Institute of Technology, Fyshwick (CIT).

Contact Ann Pitkeathgly on hr@cea.com.au.

The Library in Term 4

Online Learning Updates and More

Keep up to date with all the information at the LTC Online site. Want a copy of the new timetable or perhaps catch up on a letter to the community that you may have missed in the email then follow the link .

Blog information

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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