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Trainee fisheries and marine officer positions

Have you always wanted to work outdoors and on the water? Do you have a passion for our aquatic resources and conserving these resources for future generations? Applications are now open for the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) next intake of trainee fisheries and marine officers. DPIRD is committed to creating a…

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TAFE Profile applications for 2022 are now open

If you want to complete Year 12 in 2022 but combine school and TAFE look at the course guides linked below. If there is a qualification you would like to study next year come and see Sarah in the library to apply. 2022VETDSSCourseGuide_0 C21 – 017 VETDSS 2022 Course Guide V2

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Sport & Recreation traineeship opportunities

Would you like to work in sport and recreation? You can get paid to train and work through the holidays as a lifeguard or swim teacher. You can apply directly but if you need help come see Sarah in the library. Click on the link below for all the details. WA SBAT Flyer

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Apprenticeship and Traineeship Intake Guide

  Please click on the link below to view a guide to a large variety of apprenticeships and traineeships on offer in WA. If you have any questions please see Sarah in the library. ASA-Apprentices-Trainees-Intake-Guide (1)

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NLSC News June edition

Please click on the link below or the cover above to view the latest edition of NLSC News. Read about our little farm with wheat, lupin and barley crops; bad smells in science, opportunities presented by our ageing population, see our Sorry Day mural and there’s music and food and more. NLSC News June

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Music and more

Students in our Music program continue to make good sounds. There’s more to the music industry than performance and students have also been involved in a variety of tasks including recording and producing the music of a veteran rock band, learning how to set up a PA, setting up events and creating their own small…

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Not a party PARTY

A group of very lucky Year 11/12 students travelled to Royal Perth Hospital to attend the PARTY program earlier this year.  This is the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-related Trauma in Youth Program which has been running at RPH since 2006. The aim of the program is to educate students to make better choices in their…

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Design an ad competition

Create a print ad for one of our eight real companies and show off your creativity for your chance to win. Each company will award $100 to two primary and two secondary winners. Plus, a selection of winning ads will be published in a special edition of ED! in The West Australian in August. Entries…

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Reap what you sow

Crops planted by the Year 11 General Plant Production Systems class on campus grounds are beginning to grow. All the grain was donated by Watheroo farmer Quinton Bricknell who has also provided lots of advice to Kirsten and her students. Watheroo is about 205km north of Perth. Quinton inspected the crops recently and was impressed…

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