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Get a head start in your health career by studying whilst at school!


Join us at our information night to hear about the TAFE at School health programs on offer in 2018. Find out course details, entry requirements, units that you'll study and the outcomes and pathways available post study.

Health courses available in 2018:

ACM20110 Certificate II in Animal Studies
HLT23215 Certificate II in Health Support Services / HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance
HLT43015 Certificate IV in Allied Health
HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing (Partial Completion - 6 or 10 units)
CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services
CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services (Partial completion - 8 units)
SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation / SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness
SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development (Partial Completion - 8 units)

View all TAFE at School programs for 2018 here.

The evening will commence with a presentation followed by break out sessions for each course where staff and teachers will be available to answer your questions.

WHEN
Thursday 19 October 2017

TIME
6.00pm - 8.00pm

WHERE
TAFE Queensland Southport
Stage Precinct, Ground Level
91-99 Scarborough Street
Southport


REGISTER

Register by Friday 6 October to secure your seat.

CONTACT
For further information contact our Faculty of Community Services, Health and Nursing.
5581 8247


Schools.GoldCoast@tafe.qld.edu.au

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Time to take your creative talent to the next level?

 
TAFE Queensland is opening its doors at our Coomera campus


for you to explore and make great happen.

 

Date:               Saturday 14 October, 2017

Time:              9.30am-2.30pm

Where:           198 Foxwell Road, Coomera

 

Activities on the day include:

 

  • Interactive displays: gaming stations, green screen and broadcast demonstrations

  • Radio Metro Pop Up Party with Celebrity DJ & MC Bilsy - prizes up for grabs

  • Viewing exhibits by Interior Design, Building Design and Graphic Design students

  • Visiting our Film Editing suites, Sound Recording studios and Black Box Theatre

  • Meeting our team to discuss Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

  • Speaking with industry exhibitors and experts

  • Touring the campus facilities

  • Career and course advice

For further enquiries, please email us or visit ourwebsite.

Courses include: 

Music | Sound Production | Graphic Design | Information Technology |

 

 

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The 2018 C.A.S. Hawker Scholarships open on Monday 4th December and close on Friday 5th January 2018.

 

C.A.S. Hawker Scholarships are one of the most generous privately funded scholarships available to undergraduate students in Australia. Each residential scholarship is valued at up to $50,000 over three years



Information about the C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship and an application form are available at www.hawkerscholarship.org or by contacting the secretary to the Trustees on 08 8127 1654.



The Charles Hawker Scholarship perpetuates the memory of scholar, soldier and pastoralist Charles Allan Seymour Hawker and commemorates the achievements of one of Australia’s most respected statesmen.



C.A.S. Hawker Scholarships have been presented by Governor-General Ms Quentin Bryce AC, Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC, South Australian Premier Hon Jay Weatherill MP, former Speaker of the House of Representatives and Hawker family member Hon David Hawker AO and former Governor-General The Hon Major General Michael Jeffery AC.

 

The scholarships are available to all Australian students. The majority have been awarded to students entering their first year of university study.



Selection is largely based on personal qualities and demonstrated leadership as well as academic ability. Undergraduate Hawker Scholars are able to attend a range of Australian educational institutions.

 

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Fixtures for the Summer APS Sport Round 2 vs AB Paterson College – Friday 8 September

 

Sport Days finish time notice

 

Teams Playing at Home – Mainly CAC

 

  • Yr. 10  and Open Girls Basketball Teams – CAC

  • Yr. 8, 10 and Open Girls Touch – CAC

  • Girls Tennis – Hope Island Tennis Centre

  • Junior, Intermediate and Open Softball – CAC

  • Byes - Intermediate Girls AFL and Intermediate Girls Softball – Stay at College

 

Teams playing away – Mainly AB Paterson College

 

  • Yr. 7, 8  and 9 Girls Basketball Teams – Coomera Indoor Centre – Beattie Rd

  • Boys Basketball – A B Paterson College

  • Boys Touch – A B Paterson College

  • Boys Tennis – Queens Park Tennis Centre

  • Yr. 7 Girls Touch  and Yr. 9 Girls Touch Football – A B Paterson College

  • Junior Boys and Junior Girls Water Polo – Miami Swimming Pool

  • Open Boys and Open Girls Water Polo – A B Paterson College

  • Junior Boys and Senior Girls Tier 2 Touch – Owen Park

  • Junior Boys Cricket – Albert Park Cricket Oval

  • Junior and Open Girls AFL – Runaway Bay West Soccer Fields

  • Intermediate Boys AFL – Carrara East Fields

  • Open Boys  AFL - All Saints

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Our friends at Craveable Brands (home to Red Rooster, Oporto and Chicken Treat) are currently looking for students to fill casual positions at their Oporto store in Cavill Avenue.

There are 10 positions available, for both BOH and FOH staff.


The work times are as follows:

  • After school (Weekdays)

  • All day (Weekends)

  • Day and night shift (School Holidays)

We believe this is a great opportunity for students who are looking for part-time/casual work whilst they’re still at school.


For more information, or to apply, please click here, or email jobs@explorecareers.com.au.

 

Summer APS Sport Round 1 vs Somerset College – Friday 25 August 2017

 

Sport Days finish time notice

 

Teams Playing at Home – Mainly CAC

 

  • Yr. 10  and Open Girls Basketball Teams – CAC

  • Yr. 8, 10 and Open Girls Touch – CAC

  • Girls Tennis – Hope Island Tennis Centre

  • Junior and Intermediate Softball – CAC

 

Teams playing away – Mainly Somerset College

 

  • Yr. 7, 8  and 9 Girls Basketball Teams – Runaway Bay Indoor Centre

  • Boys Basketball – Somerset College

  • Boys Touch – Somerset College

  • Junior Boys Tennis – Miami Vets Tennis Centre

  • Yr. 9 Girls Touch Football – Somerset College

  • Senior Boys Tennis – Somerset College

  • Open Softball – Somerset College

  • Junior Boys and Junior Girls Water Polo – Southport Swimming Pool

  • Open Boys and Open Girls Water Polo – Somerset College

  • Yr. 7 Girls Touch and Junior Boys and Senior Girls Tier 2 Touch – Owen Park

  • Junior Boys Cricket – Darcy Doyle Cricket Oval

  • Junior and Intermediate Girls AFL – Runaway Bay West Soccer Fields

  • Intermediate Boys AFL – Carrara East Fields

  • Open Boys  AFL - All Saints

  • Open Girls AFL – Scottsdale AFL Fields

 

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A boutique salon at Hope Island Santa Barbara are searching for a school based apprentice or trainee looking to get into the Hairdressing industry.
They are looking for an outgoing and enthusiastic either female or male that would be able to work Fridays and a half Saturday.

Pease feel free to contact Zavier via email or you can call and talk on 55140899

 

 

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You are invited to New York Film Academy
 Gold Coast's Open Day


The Open Day is taking place on Saturday, August 19 from 10am to 2pm at the

New York Film Academy Southport Central Campus.

New York Film Academy, Southport Central:
Southport Central, Entrance 2E
5 Lawson Street
Southport QLD 4215
(entrance through Ground Level)

Our Open Day provides a great opportunity for you to learn more about
New York Film Academy.
We will be running workshops and information sessions on all of our programs.
Please click here to RSVP your place/s for Open Day

 We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

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Summer APS Sport 'Wash Out Round' vs Trinity – Friday 18 August 2017

 

Sport Days finish time notice

 

Teams Playing at Home – Mainly CAC

 

  • Yr. 7, 8  and 9 Boys Basketball Teams – Coomera Indoor Centre – Beattie Rd
  • Yr. 10 and Open Boys Basketball – CAC
  • Boys Touch – CAC
  • Boys Tennis – Hope Island Tennis Centre

 

Teams playing away – Mainly Trinity Lutheran College

 

  • Yr. 7, 8, 10 and Open Girls Basketball – Trinity
  • Yr. 8 and Open Girls Touch – Trinity
  • Girls Tennis – KDV Tennis Centre, Chisholm Rd and Nerang-Broadbeach Rd.
  • Open Softball – Trinity
  • Junior Boys, Junior Girls and Open Boys’ Water Polo – Southport Swimming Pool
  • Open Girls Water Polo - Trinity
  • Yr. 7 Girls Touch and Junior Boys and Senior Girls Tier 2 Touch – Owen Park
  • Junior Boys Cricket – Albert Park  - Number One Oval
  • Junior and Intermediate Girls AFL – Runaway Bay West Soccer Fields
  • Intermediate Boys AFL – Carrara East Fields
  • Open Boys and Girls AFL – Cooke Murphy Oval

All teams not mentioned have a bye and will be training at the College

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AUTOMOTIVE MODERN APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM 2018 APPLICATIONS

 

Vantage Automotive Pty Ltd is a major provider of Government funded vocational learning and outsourced services to major vehicle manufacturers with an extensive client list across Australia. Applications are now being sought from students that are interested in a career within the automotive industry as an Automotive Technician or Parts Interpreter.


Both male and female candidates from all over Australia are invited to apply for the Automotive Modern Apprenticeship Programme and, if selected, will be offered full time employment at a dealer close to their home and flown to Sydney for block training.  This is a funded programme with minimal cost to the student.


Positions are already available for the 2018 academic year so please ensure you apply quickly to ensure your chance of a full time position.


To gain a better understanding of what Vantage Automotive has to offer please visit www.vantageautomotive.com


If you are interested in joining one of the Automotive Modern Apprenticeship Programmes, the application process would be to carefully look at the manufacturers and dealerships listed on the website www.vantageautomotive.com under the ‘Apply Now’ area, remembering that the Apprenticeship Programme leads to full time employment, and choose which manufacturer and dealership you wish to apply.


Once you are happy with your selection, you are then required to fill out the application form online and attach your current resume with a cover letter, you will also be required to follow the steps and complete a short online assessment.  
The dealership to which you have applied will then receive the application and may be in contact to invite you in for an interview.

 

 

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See you at USQ Open Day!


Ensure you register and plan your day at one of USQ's Open Day to make the most of your time on campus. Don't forget by registering your attendance, there's the chance to win a $1000 gift card. Make sure you check out Tash's top 5 reasons to attend a USQ Open Day. We can't wait to see you at USQ Toowoomba on 13 August, USQ Springfield on 20 August and USQ Ipswich (featuring All Things Healthy Expo) on 2 September.

 

 

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HEADSMART CONCUSSION PROGRAMME

The College is pleased to announce that we are the first APS school to join the Headsmart Concussion Programme. The College will be assisted with the delivery of this leading programme by UC Physio, who will conduct the testing as part of the programme.

We believe that this is a positive programme, in line with initiatives in major sporting codes, and will be a valuable tool to assist our families in the event of a head injury.

More details will be available soon with how families can get involved. We will be encouraging everyone involved in sport to sign up for the annual base line testing.

Stay tuned!

For more information visit the Headsmart website:
http://www.headsmart.me/

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WINTER SPORT Finals 2017 - Friday 9 June 2017

 

For this weeks FINALS day we have seventeen buses taking teams to many various grounds on the Gold Coast. If students are playing their FINALS match away from Coomera Anglican College Campus they will not arrive back in time to catch public transport, and some may not arrive back until 4pm. Please make alternative transport arrangments. 

 

If parents are watching matches and you intend on collecting a student straight from their designated sporting field, this must be arranged prior, in writing, to the College. 
Please note: That any delay in collecting them from an alternative venue can delay the daparture of an entire team. Please email via the follwing links:

 

 

Junior Secondary: Jane Pearson jpearson@cac.qld.edu.au

Senior Secondary: Christie McKay cmckay@cac.qld.edu.au

 

 

Finals Fixtures are as follows, however please note Year 7 and 8 Rugby teams may change slightly, teams are meeting prior to bus departure to ensure teams all have an equal number of players:

 

 APS 2017 FINALS DAY CAC Fixture Details Page 1

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WINTER SPORT Rd Seven vs All Somerset College - Friday 2 June 2017

If students are playing their fixture away from Coomera Anglican College Campus they will not arrive back in time to catch public transport. We ask that on these occasions alternative arrangments are made.

If you intend on collecting a student straight from an alternative sporting field, this must be arranged prior, in writing, to the College. 
Please note: That any delay in collecting them from an alternative venue can delay the daparture of an entire team.

 

Teams Playing at Home – Mainly Coomera Anglican College

 

  • Yr. 10  and 1st XV Rugby – CAC

  • Yr. 9 Boys Rugby – Bye – Stay at College

  • Boys Tennis - Hope Island Tennis Centre

  • Yr. 9, Yr. 10 and Open Boys Soccer – CAC

  • Yr. 7, Yr. 8 and Yr. 9 Girls Netball Teams – Coomera Indoor Centre – Beattie Rd

  • Boys Volleyball – CAC


 

Teams playing away – Mainly Somerset College

 

  • Open A and B, Open C and D, Yr. 10 Girls Netball Teams  - Somerset College

  • Junior and Senior Tier 2 Netball Teams – Southport and Carrara Netball Courts

  • Senior Tier 2 Boys Volleyball – A B Paterson College

  • Yr. 7, Yr. 8 and Open Girls Soccer - Somerset College

  • Yr. 9 and Yr. 10 Girls Soccer – Coplicks Sports Park

  • Girls Volleyball – Somerset College

  • Boys Hockey – A B Paterson College

  • Girls Hockey – Somerset College

  • Yr. 7 and 8 Boys Football – Hunt Park

  • Yr. 7 and Yr. 8 Rugby Teams – Somerset College

  • Girls Tennis – Somerset College

 

 Fixture message

 

WINTER SPORT Rd Six vs All Saints Anglican School - Friday 26 May 2017



If students are playing their fixture away from Coomera Anglican College Campus they will not arrive back in time to catch public transport. We ask that on these occasions alternative arrangments are made.

If you intend on collecting a student straight from an alternative sporting field, this must be arranged prior, in writing, to the College. 
Please note: That any delay in collecting them from an alternative venue can delay the daparture of an entire team.

 


Teams Playing at Home – Mainly Coomera Anglican College

 

  • Yr. 7 and Yr. 8 Rugby Teams – CAC

  • Yr. 9, Yr. 10 and Open Girls Soccer – CAC

  • Girls Volleyball – CAC

  • Girls Tennis – Hope Island Tennis CentreOpen A and B, Open C and D, Yr. 10 Girls Netball Teams  – Coomera Indoor Centre – Beattie Rd

 

Teams playing away – Mainly All Saints Anglican School

 

  • Junior and Senior Tier 2 Netball Teams – Southport and Carrara Netball Courts

  • Yr. 7, Yr. 8 and Yr. 9 Girls Netball Teams – All Saints

  • Yr. 9, Yr. 10  and 1ST XV Rugby – All Saints

  • Senior Tier 2 Boys Volleyball – A B Paterson College

  • All Boys Soccer - All Saints

  • Boys Volleyball – All Saints

  • Boys and Girls Hockey – All Saints

  • Yr. 7 and 8 Girls Soccer – All Saints

  • Boys Tennis - Fairways Tennis, Fairways Drive, Clear Island Waters.

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Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admissions Test (UMAT) for Year 12 students wanting to study medicine or dentistry will be held on the 26th of July 2017. Registration for this test is via the ACER website.


Simulated UMAT Day 2017 - Intensive Preparation Workshop

BRISBANE - 28 June 2017, 9am - 6.00pm (School Holidays)

UQLD St Lucia Campus
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Students in Years 10, 11 and 12 interested in medicine or dentistry will need to sit the compulsory UMAT (examination) when applying for one of the above career choices. During the next school holidays, on the 28 June 2017, The National Institute of Education (NIE) will be conducting a full day UMAT preparation workshop. Places are strictly limited. All details are available via www.nie.edu.au

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The workshop includes an overview of the entire UMAT process - exam, scores, standardising, applications, university requirements, interviews, past experiences, professional advice, performance expectations, and more. Each student is individually assessed and fine-tuned for peak performance. Strategic problem solving and tuition in each UMAT construct, and of course medical interviews (MMI and structured panel). The workshop will be conducted by highly experienced and expert lecturer who will define and explain each UMAT construct. A full practice test conducted under exam conditions, followed by marking and feedback session. This intense full day preparation workshop allows students to identify and explore their true strengths and weaknesses in relation to UMAT-readiness.

 Cost: $289 (food and refreshments will be provided)

'Click here' to enrol online.

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Preparing for Medical Interviews. Structured panel, semi-structured interviews, and MMI.

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