CIVIL CONSTRUCTION WORKER
Pasculli Enterprises, located at Beverley, are currently advertising a long-term position as a Civil Construction Worker. This position would be suited to someone not looking at going on to any further study. An inexperienced worker would generally start as a Construction Worker A and then move up the classifications as skills are developed. Please click here to read more information.
Mr Kevin Woolford, VET Coordinator
YEAR 12 STUDENTS – SACE RESULTS RELEASE REVISED DATE: MONDAY 13 DECEMBER 8:30 AM
Students will be able to access their results here prior to the results release day, students must ensure they are able to log in and that their personal details are correct. Please click here for more information. SACE has produced a short video encouraging students to check their ‘Students Online Account’ before results release day which can be viewed here. Students are encouraged to check their log in for SACE students online ASAP.
Students must be available for any follow up discussion that they may require on Monday 13 December i.e. SACE results release date. This is the only day careers counsellors will be present at the College to assist in person.
SPACE INDUSTRY WORK EXPERIENCE – YEAR 10 TO 11 STUDENTS
Applications are now open for the 3rd Space Industry Work Experience (SIWE) Program. This structured work experience program organised by the South Australian Space Industry Centre (SASIC) and the Commonwealth funded SA Student Pathways Program within the SA Department for Education allows South Australian secondary school students aged 15 and over to complete two to five days placements (depending on host capacity) with ‘Space Industry’, ‘Space Research’ or ‘Space Skills’ hosts.
Current secondary school students (including 2021 completing Year 12s) who applied in 2019/2020 who were not shortlisted or were placed on a reserve list are invited to apply again. Students who have completed a previous SIWE placement are ineligible to apply. Those who were shortlisted in 2020 and have not yet received a placement due to COVID-19 restrictions will be automatically shortlisted for the 3rd SIWE program and given ‘placement priority’.
Placements for this Space Industry Work Experience pilot program are strictly limited, and all applications will be assessed by a panel of representatives from SASIC and the Department for Education. Applicants will be shortlisted for the positions and interviews may be required to determine the successful final applicants.
Further information can be found at Space Industry Work Experience Program-3 and students must complete all questions and submit all completed/signed documents listed online here. Applicants will be notified by email about their completed application registration within two weeks and advised whether they have been shortlisted after applications have been reviewed by SASIC and the Department for Education personnel by late November, 2021.
Please note it is highly competitive process and students need to devote a lot of effort to their applications to have a chance at success.
OCTOBER HOLIDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
This week we are highlighting Nicolas Andresakis (12PC-02) who undertook a placement as part of his career research into alternative options. Nicolas attended ‘Luay’s Fades’ and saw some of the top Barbers at work at the Woodville South location. Luay himself was present and suitably impressed with Nicolas’ skills, even though he didn’t get the chance to shape anyone’s hair! Nicolas made great use of his holiday time to be more informed about future pathways.
GOOD NEWS WEEK
Congratulations to Mr Stanislaus’ Year 12 Pastoral Class who took out one of the prizes for the speedy completion of the Year 12 destination surveys.
Ms Rose Coorey and Mr Anthony Vizaniaris, Careers Counsellors