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What's Happening at Hawker College?
Tues 30 July 2019

In This Issue:

Canberra Career Xpo
Spark Community Services Program
University News
Careers on Track
Changes in the labour market
Do we ever really stop learning?
First aid course

School of Motion
Gap Year Information
Job Spotlight
CIT News 


31 July  Ginninderry Spark enrolment session 
1 August   ANU Bachelor of Arts Webinar 
7 & 8 August
  Careers Xpo 

On Wednesday 7th August we will be taking interested students to the Canberra Careers Expo. This is a great opportunity for students to access employers and study institutions and will allow students to make well informed decisions about their post school pathways.Cost is $3 per student. Permission notes and Medical Consent notes are due back to the front office by Thursday 1st August.  Normal classes will be on for those students who do not wish to attend. 
The attached Careers Expo Student Booklet is a fantastic resource for students for student to start planning for the visit and to access a range of links designed to support career exploration for students. 
For update for this Year’s Careers Expo join the Canberra Careers Expo Facebook Page!
The Ginninderry SPARK Training and Employment Initiative proudly supports training and employment opportunities for local people in the Capital Region.
Based on the highly successful 2017 program, SPARK in partnership with the Canberra Institute of Technology will be delivering a new and innovative skills development program focused on skills set training and industry work placements within the Community Services sector. This program will give participants a taste of what working in the aged care, disability and individual support sector would be like.
Targeting people living within the Capital region, this program will provide participants with:
  • Provide 4 accredited units of competency from the skills set Induction to Disability (CHCSS0081)
  • Communicate and work in health and community (CHCCOM005)
  • Provide Individualized support (CHCCS015)
  • Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability (CHCDIS007)
  • Follow safe work practices for direct client care (HLTWHS002)
  • Provide 1 accredited unit of competency from the Certificate III in Individual Support (Aging) qualification (CHC33015)
  • Facilitate the empowerment of the older person (CHCAGE005)
  • Provide 2, 20 hour industry work placements within the disability and aged care sector;
  • Provide First Aid (HLTAID003), Working With Vulnerable People Cards and Australian Police Checks
This program will commence Monday 12th August 2019 and run 4 days a week (Tues-Fri) for 13 weeks.  The program will be a combination of theory, practical hands on learning and industry work placement. Eligibility criteria apply.
Eligibility Criteria
To be eligible for Skilled Capital funding, you must at the time of enrolment be:
  • 17 years old or over
  • living or working in ACT
  • an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen
  • Not enrolled in or attending secondary school or college
  • Able to secure a Working With Vulnerable People Check & Australian Police Check
*Please note - a fee will apply for each successful participant depending on their eligibly.
An enrolment session will be held on Wednesday 31st July at 10:30am at Uniting Care Kippax, Corner of Luke Street and Hardwick Crescent HOLT.
It is mandatory that all individuals seeking to be on the program attend the 10:30am session. This is a 2 part sessions broken into
1.  An information presentation followed by
2.  A selection/enrolment session for eligible participants.
To book a place or find out more information, please contact Ashleigh at SPARK on 1800 316 90 or email
See FLYER for more information 
ANU | Bachelor of Arts Webinar
1 August 2019, 4:00 pm
Join ANU’s online information session and hear from leading academics and students about the benefits of studying a qualification in the area of Arts.
Gain an in-depth understanding of your programs of interest and explore your study options during this interactive information session.
Whether you are about to come to ANU, still deciding or just interested, we encourage you to join us.
Find out more:
ANU | Humanitarian Engineering Webinar
13 August 2019, 5:00 pm
Your engineering degree at ANU can help you obtain a deep understanding of the ways your knowledge and skills can help advance the well-being of humanity as a whole.
Join the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science for a live webinar that includes specific information about their new Humanitarian Engineering Minor.
Use this opportunity to directly interact with academic Jeremy Smith about courses, opportunities available, long-term opportunities and ways in which you can get involved through your ANU engineering degree.
Find out more:

UOW Early Admission
Applications for the 2019 Early Admission program will open at the UOW Early Admission website next Thursday 1 August at 10am, and will close on Friday 30 August at 5pm.
This year, UOW has partnered with the Universities Admissions Centre to power our applications system. Any student who is completing their final year at an Australian high school is eligible to apply. The application is very clear and easy to navigate; some highlights are:
  • Students will be able to register for Early Admission using their social media logins (facebook/Google/Linkedin), or they can login using their email address. As always, we ask that students don’t use their School email address, because we will need to communicate with them after they have left school.
  • When students progress past the first section (entering their personal details), they will receive an email to confirm they have begun their application, and will be provided login details so that they can log into their application to make edits.
  • As part of the application, students can nominate a person (usually a parent) to act on their behalf – this nominee will be able to access the application, call UOW on the student’s behalf to ask questions etc.
  • Students in NSW/ACT will need their NESA/Student ID number and 4-digit UAC PIN. Having these details means that their qualifications will automatically import into their application from UAC.
  • Students from outside NSW/ACT are still able to apply, they will be required to upload a pdf of their results to UAC as part of their application. They will be presented with clear instructions on how to do this once they indicate what state they are studying in.
All applicants will be required to answer four questions pertaining to the UOW Indicators of Success which will demonstrate applicants’ passion and dedication for tertiary study.
These questions are:
  • Academic Readiness - What are your study strategies for the HSC exams?
  • Motivation and Passion - Why do you want to study at UOW?
  • Communication and Collaboration - Describe a time when you worked with others to achieve a goal.
  • Planning and Persistence - How do you manage your time around your studies and other activities?  Include three strategies that you’ve used in Year 12 to prioritise tasks and organise your time.
Answers to these questions need to be a minimum of 100 characters, and a maximum of 500 characters. Note that this is characters not words, and a space counts as a character. This is not a test of students’ writing skills; they can use short answer/dot point style writing.
Once students have submitted their application, they will be able to amend the application up until 5pm on Friday 30 August.
Students will then be contacted in mid-September about the compulsory Early Admission Days held between Monday 30 September – Friday 4 October. Some students will be required to attend an interview as part of their Early Admission Day. This will depend on the course applied for and their application.
Students that are successful for Early Admission will receive an official UAC offer between 14 – 16 October.
The Early Admission website includes more details including FAQs; and there will also be Early Admission sessions at UOW Open Day…

UOW Open Day, next Saturday 3 August
UOW Open Day is the perfect opportunity for your students and their parents to spend a day exploring the university rated with 5 stars for student experience.  
Academic advice will be available for all study areas in the main hall. There will be more than 200 information sessions, hands-on demonstrations and activities, and tours of our accommodation residences, campus and facilities, and the sights of Wollongong city. Students can plan their day at the Open Day website.
Sessions about our Early Admission program will run at 10am, 12pm and 2pm, and an ‘Early Admission Hub’ will be open all day to help students complete their application.

UOW Accommodation
From 2020 a new price structure will be applied to all of our student residences. 
When students choose to live in a UOW residence, they gain access to a safe, supportive environment, and an extensive range of wellbeing, cultural, social, sporting and academic programs.
The newly priced offering provides a wide range of accommodation options at varying prices, with fees starting as low as $195 at Campus East for a flexi catered single room in a unit. In addition to their room, the weekly fee covers students’ internet quota, electricity, water and gas. Plus, all residences are fully furnished.
Applications for 2020 are now open. You, and any interested students and parents can download the UOW Accommodation fees structure here.

UOW Scholarships
As your students are busily applying for Early Admission, accommodation etc, they should remember to also apply for UOW Scholarships. Many of our scholarships are open for application now. A full listing is here.
Your students may be interested in the Westpac Young Technologists Scholarships, which are designed specifically for high school graduates who are passionate about technology and eager to explore its potential for good.
Scholars receive $5,000 per year over three years to really inspire their thinking, as well as access to paid internships and inspiring mentors, and the chance to spend time in Asia as part of an international learning experience.
Westpac Scholars become a lifelong member of the Westpac 100 Scholars Network; a group of some of the brightest young minds in Australia. Any interested students should visit  for more information.

UOW Bachelor of Arts in Western Civilisation
Commencing in 2020, the UOW Bachelor of Arts in Western Civilisation is for students who are intellectually fearless and ready to ask the big questions.
Throughout this degree, students will learn:
  • How to confront questions about art, literature, science, philosophy and religion as they investigate such topics as the nature of selfhood, truth, reason and wisdom.
  • How to engage in foundational debates rooted in the history of ideas that remain significant today.
  • How to engage with great works that present many, plural and diverging perspectives from within Western traditions of thought and art, while also becoming acquainted with under-represented voices and perspectives from outside of those traditions.
  • Why focusing on great achievements of Western civilisation should never involve denigrating great achievements of other traditions, and why all of these achievements deserve our attention.
  • How great ideas and art can shape us - our understanding of ourselves and the world - and how ideas can make a difference for good or ill.
Students can study the Bachelor of Arts in Western Civilisation as a single degree or double degree combination with the Bachelor of LawsBachelor of International StudiesBachelor of Creative Arts, or Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics.
Interested students, parents and teachers can register interest here and view the subject outline for further information.

UOW Tottenham Hotspur Global Football Program
Starting next year, the UOW Tottenham Hotspur Global Football Program will offer UOW students a unique opportunity to study a UOW or UOW College while also developing their football (soccer!) skills with training provided by fully qualified coaches from English Premier League (EPL) club Tottenham Hotspur.
Applications are open now at . Successful students will undertake 16 - 20 hours of football training each week tailored around their academic study and will have opportunities for selection to compete at a local, national and international level.

During the ADFA Open Day on Sat 24 August 2019, UNSW Canberra will be hosting a VIP STEM Lunch for future undergraduate students interested in STEM studies as a non-Defence, civilian student. Students, families, teachers and careers advisors are all welcomed. Could we please ask you to distribute the attached promotional flyer to students who may be interested.
The Lunch is from 12-2pm in Seminar Room 06 (SR06) between Building 30 and 32 (see attached map). If you have any issues finding the location, there will be many staff and students on hand throughout the campus—who will be pleased to assist.
Our academic staff and current non-Defence undergraduate students will be available to share their experiences, as well as answer any queries you may have regarding studying as a non-Defence student at UNSW Canberra.
To register for the VIP STEM Lunch, simply visit the online event registration site here. We ask that anyone who is planning to attend registers their intention to do so in order for us to provide sufficient catering and look after any special dietary requirements.
ADFA has limited parking available on the day, however it is expected to be filled early. ACTION buses will be running shuttles from both the Russell and Campbell Defence Offices nearby, and we recommend utilising these services. Further information on transportation options on Open Day will be made available on the ADFA Open Day website.

Community Achiever Program applications - closing soon
The Community Achiever Program (CAP) rewards students involved in volunteering and community service with early offers to study the ACU undergraduate course of their choice.
Applications are closing soon, so make sure you submit them as soon as possible
Campus                              CAP applications close
North Sydney                       3 September
Canberra                              3 September
Strathfield                            10 September
Apply here     

Passion for Business early entry program now open for direct entry
ACU has streamlined the Passion for Business (P4B) early offer program.
For the 2020 intake, you can apply for direct entry into an ACU business course and be made an early offer in Year 12, if you have completed Year 11 and a business-related subject. This means that you can rest assured well before Year 12 is over that you have been awarded a place in the degree of your choice.
You will need to complete Year 12 to satisfy ACU’s English prerequisite requirement before entry.
Students apply for the P4B program directly to ACU – which means you don't have to apply through UAC to receive an offer.
Find out how to apply

Passion for Law
If you are passionate and committed to a career within the legal profession, the Passion for Law program can help you.
Benefits include:
  • early offer to study law with ACU
  • access to our academic skills workshops, CareerHub and networking events
  • study abroad opportunities
  • participation in our pro bono program
  • $500 textbook voucher
  • access to our leading with impact program.
The application process includes a 200 – 300 word statement demonstrating why you are passionate about studying law at ACU and your future career goals.
Apply now

University Experience Canberra
University Experience (UE) days are free and give you the perfect opportunity to attend practical workshops related to your chosen degree, meet staff and students and get tips on preparing for uni.
Registrations are now open for UE Canberra on 1 October 2019, so make sure to register before there are no places left.
Register now

ACU Open Days
ACU Open Days are fast approaching.
Attending an ACU Open Day is a great idea for students considering going to uni. They provide an opportunity for you to get the vibe of ACU, explore the campus, and to talk to course experts and current students.
We hold an Open Day at all ACU campuses.
Brisbane Campus                       North Sydney Campus
21 Jul 2019                                   24 Aug 2019
9am – 2pm                                    9am – 2pm

Canberra Campus                     Strathfield Campus
31 Aug 2019                                7 Sep 2019
9.30am – 3pm                             9am – 2pm
Learn more about Open Day

ACU Student Accommodation
Living in student accommodation is a great way to get the most out of your university experience. You’ll get academic support, make lifelong friends, and be a part of a diverse and close-knit community.
ACU living and learning communities offers you safety and security with the flexibility of an off-campus lifestyle.
Our student communities encourage greater academic achievement, promote health and wellbeing, help to develop teamwork skills, and provide a positive overall student experience.
For more information or to book a tour visit our website or email us on

You may have seen recent media reports about upcoming changes to the International Baccalaureate (IB) schedule.
Tertiary Admission Centres around Australia are working on a fairer schedule to be implemented for 2022 admissions. The new schedule will enable more finely grained conversion of IB scores to ATAR ranks.
More details will be provided to IB schools, students and parents in the coming months.

If you’re planning to study an undergraduate course in 2020, all courses from participating institutions will be listed on UAC’s website from early August. If you’ve already applied and put in courses as placeholders make sure you log back in to your application and update your preferences at this time. 
If you haven’t applied yet, early bird applications close at midnight on Monday 30 September so this is also a good time to get your application in before the processing charge increases.

A reminder that Schools Recommendation Schemes, Educational Access Schemes and Equity Scholarships are all open for applications.
These programs have opened earlier this year so schools have more time to help students with their supporting documentation like records of attendance, educational impact statements and student ratings (for SRS).
It also gives students more time to fill out their applicant statement, obtain supporting documentation like medical impact statements and Centrelink information, all before the pressure of final exams.
If you’ve already applied for EAS, don’t forget your supporting documentation. Your EAS application won’t be considered until UAC has received all of your paperwork.
You can check what you need to supply on UAC's website

UAC has launched a new online tool to help Year 10 students select their HSC courses.
Subject Compass suggests relevant HSC subjects based on a student’s interests, skills, personality traits, intended career path or tertiary study plans.
Find out more about Subject Compass

Uni open days are a great way for you to get a feel for a campus, explore student facilities and talk to current students and staff. Download this year's list of uni open days.
Want a quick answer to a question? Connect with us on Facebook or Twitter, but remember we need to protect your privacy so we can’t discuss specific details about your application online.

5 Tips to get the most out of your time at Open Days
Open Days are heaps of fun and, apart from getting there, they’re free.
So while it’s not a bad way to spend a day out of your weekend, you might as well do yourself a favour and really milk the experience.
Read the tips here -
For more information about Open Days and list of Open Days happening in 2019, you can download the Study Work Grow Open Day Guide 2019.

Tertiary Admission Centres | Application Open Dates 2019
If you’re wanting to apply for Uni starting in 2020, you might need to apply through a Tertiary Admission Centre (TAC), and you should start the process soon.
What is a TAC?
TACs are centralised processing institutions, set up to handle the large number of Uni applications each year. They’ll deal with your application and be the ones to let you know of any offers (unless you’re applying directly to the Uni).
If you’re applying for Uni, you’ll need an ATAR or OP ranking number. You’ll be notified of your ATAR result by the relevant TAC for your state.
Lots of Universities encourage applications through the TACs. As you can imagine it’s a whole lot easier for the Uni as they don’t have to wade through all the applications, process them and respond.
For some Universities you can only apply through the relevant TAC. Other Universities will allow you to apply directly to them, or accept either method of application.
Save time
Applying through a TAC is a good idea if you plan on applying to more than one University and for more than one course. That way you can just fill in one form, you can often apply for scholarships or access schemes in the same application as well.
If you’re applying for Universities in different states though, you will have to apply through different TACs.
It will cost you
TACs charge an application fee, to cover their administration costs. These vary between each organisation.
Most of them offer an “early-bird” fee, so getting an application in early could save you time and stress.
If you still want to apply to Uni but don’t decide in time for the early-bird fee. Don’t worry, you can still apply. But the charges usually increase, some quite substantially.
Where to apply
If you’re applying for Uni in either New South Wales or the Australian Capital Territory, then you’ll need to apply through UAC. They are open for applications NOW.
Rail is a fast-growing, exciting and diverse industry with a prosperous future. Most cities in Australia are now building new light rail or Metro services that are fast, efficient, digital, and safe. In fact, there is over $150 billion of new investment in rail over the next 10 years.
Working in rail is good for the environment, taking cars and trucks off roads, reducing emissions and road congestion.

The rail industry employs people with a wide variety of skills, attributes and interests. Whether leaving school, university, changing careers or returning to the workforce, rail offers a diverse range of interesting roles, such as engineering, IT, customer service, law, maintenance, administration, operating machinery, communication, management, and HR. 
The industry is looking for new entrants, graduates, mid-career professionals, apprentices and trainees. Safety, professionalism, staff development and great pay and conditions are all part of working in the rail family.
More than 200,000 people are employed by over 180 companies comprising private and public operators, passenger and freight operators, track owners and managers, manufacturers and suppliers who operate in urban, regional, and rural areas of Australia.

Many in the industry identify the diversity of roles and the variety of tasks as things they like most about working in rail. “I don't think many other industries offer such a choice of areas you could specialise in. This applies to all engineering disciplines from mechanical to electrical, software or structural engineering, or even project management, legal, politics, contracts, industrial relations, and the list goes on” Matthew Lokot, a Senior Fleet Engineer with Bombardier said.
The rail industry is also one that many employees take pride in being involved in as Brett Andruszkiewicz, Unit Manager of Tram Operations at the Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure (SA) identifies “There is satisfaction in providing a valuable service to the community that is depended on by thousands of people.” 
More information on the types of jobs available in rail, the pathways to entry and insights from rail employees can be found at

Changes in the Australian labour market: a 30-year perspective

Please see attached FLYER  

Over the last couple of months, we have enjoyed bringing you the 4 part series, #Work2030.
We set out to produce a content series that provided the latest information and thinking from industry leaders, young professionals, career advisors and young people.
The content was designed to generate discussion and debate - and that it definitely did!
The feedback we have received about the series both directly and on social media has been overwhelmingly positive.
As a thank you for your support and feedback, we have produced a long film that includes some of the content that you have seen in the 4 part series as well as extended discussion on topics that you have not seen yet.
We hope that you find this extended version a valuable resource in working with students, parents, clients and employees.
#Work2030 Team


There will be a first aid course running again this year in Term 3 (Dates TBC).  Students will receive 0.2 points towards their ACT Senior Secondary Certificate on completion.  This will be the final first aid course running at the school for 2019.  Students that are interested need to register their interest via the following link
Work Experience with the Department of Human Services
The Australian Government’s Department of Human Services is able to take on year 10, 11 and 12 students throughout the year for work experience.
The experience lasts for 5 days, which can be completed either full-time or part-time. These placements allow students to experience a range of duties and develop their skills and knowledge.
Find out more and register your interest here.
School of Motion Online Courses
School of Motion is offering fully online courses in Motion Graphics. You can learn After Effects, Cinema 4D, Design and Animation with courses from industry professionals.
All of their courses are offered online, meaning they can be studied any time, from anywhere in the world.
They also have a wide variety of free resources such as tutorials available on their website.
Find out more about the courses on offer here.

AIE | Information Evening, Canberra
19 September 2019, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Academy of Interactive Entertainment
Discover the courses designed to get you started in game development, 3D animation and visual effects at the AIE Information Evening.
The evening will include presentations on different areas of industry to get into as well as information about AIE full-time and part-time courses and entry requirements. Student work will be on display and our teachers will be available to speak with you one on one about our courses and how AIE can get you into a creative career.
Find out more:

Camp America 2020
Applications for the 2020 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 and each summer some 11 million children and adults will attend camp.
There is also the opportunity for participants to spend time travelling around America after the camp has concluded.
Learn more about Camp America and how to get involved here.

Lattitude Global Volunteering | Gap Year 2020
If you’re considering taking a gap year next year, there are so many options out there, it can really blow your mind.
Lattitude are a not-for-profit organisation, they’ve been in the business for 45 years and support around 1,000 young people annually to fulfil their gap year dreams.
If you’re not sure you just want to take a year off and do nothing, a Lattitude experience could see you travel, experience new things, meet new people, learn new skills, and gain confidence. It’ll also look good on your resume.
They have placements options in 13 countries, you can choose to go for 6 weeks or 12 months (and anywhere in between). Trips depart throughout the year too, so you’re bound to find a volunteer program that will suit you.
If you’re interested then here’s what do next:
Head over to the website and read about the company and the placements they have to offer.
Then, if you’d like to find out more or go ahead and book, you’ll need to:
  1. Apply online – this is not a commitment, just an enquiry
  2. Speak with the Lattitude Staff – to find out which trip will suit you best
  3. Get matched with a country and program that will suit you
  4. Program Confirmation – get the details to read over
  5. Preparation – time to start organising
  6. December meet & greet, finalise plans
  7. Start your adventure.
Applications for 2020 are open now, so you might want to decide if this is for you sooner rather than later, before places get booked out.

Air Traffic Controller (ATC)
What do they do?
Responsible for keeping aircrafts, flight crews, and airline passengers safe, Air Traffic Controllers work from control towers, approach control facilities, or route centres.
They instruct aircraft when to safely take off or land. Coordinate air traffic patterns to maintain safe distances from other aircraft. Monitor all aircraft to ensure they are in the right place at the right time, problem free. They are authorised to change flight paths if necessary.
Incredibly focused and able to concentrate for long periods? A quick thinker and great team player? Looking for a career that could take you anywhere in the world? Then consider a career in air traffic control.
  • Issue landing and take-off instructions to pilots
  • Monitor and direct the movement of aircraft on the ground and in the air, using radar, computers, or visual references
  • Organise flight plans and traffic management plans
  • Control all ground traffic at airports, including baggage vehicles and airport workers
  • Communications with pilots, airport staff, and other agencies, as required
  • Provide information to pilots, such as weather updates, runway closures, and flight path changes or directions to emergency landing fields for pilots traveling in bad weather or in emergency situations
  • Alert airport response staff, in the event of an aircraft emergency
  • Maintain accurate records and reports
Skills required:
  • Excellent decision maker
  • Good spatial awareness and strong mathematical skills
  • Work well under pressure
  • Exceptional computer skills
  • Confident, highly responsible and motivated
  • Fluent English speaker
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Good forward planning but adaptable to changing situations
  • Willing to do shift work 24/7, 365 days of the year
You’ll need to be an Australian Citizen and aged 18+ and successfully complete training through Airservices Australia or the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
You must also pass an aviation medical and meet security clearance requirements.
To be eligible for the Airservices course, you need to have completed (within the past 10 years) either: year 12 certificate, a degree or diploma from a recognised Australian tertiary institution, or have obtained a current commercial or private pilot licence
​To become an air traffic controller (mission controller) with the RAAF requires entry into the Royal Australian Air Force as an officer and completion of air force training courses in air traffic control. To successfully apply, you’ll need a Year 12 certificate with appropriate subjects, or complete a university degree at ADFA whilst undertaking military and leadership training.
Average salary $133,016 per year (Source:
$74,001 per annum, immediately after successful training with ADF (Source:
Job growth in this area is moderate (source:

Have you registered for Studio19?
Come along to CIT’s creative industries open house, where students can meet our professional staff, use CIT’s First class industry standard facilities, and find out what it’s like to be a CIT student for a day.
Students can choose up to 3 of our one hour workshops in the below discipline areas:
  • Photography
  • Graphic Design
  • Visual Arts
  • Fashion
  • Interior Design
  • Building Design
  • Screen and Media
  • Music
  • Sound Production
  • Specialised Make-up
A free breakfast will be provided on the day. Participants should register early to avoid disappointment!
Location: CIT Reid
Eligibility: Open to students in Year 11 and 12.
For group bookings, please contact
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