A number of year 12 students started an 8-week cyclic work experience program with the Department of Human Services (DHS) this week.
The students study CISCO IT networking and will work in the Cybersecurity section of DHS.
This program culminates in a 1-week block of work experience at the end of the term.
This is a pilot program that will expand and our students will get access to many varied areas of IT-based security. The aim of the program is to get students into the workforce providing them with opportunities to put their IT skills into practice.
LTC Photography students have been hard at work creating exciting new pieces for their assessment.
“In the Style of…”
challenged students to reproduce a photo of interest.
is another student exhibition running concurrently in the space, celebrating the art of levitation through photography.
This exhibition will run until the end of Term 1 (Friday April 7) upstairs in the LTC Library. Opening hours are 10am-5:30pm Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm Saturdays, and 12-4pm Sundays.
36 stallholders ranging from local to interstate universities attended the 2017 LTC Career Expo held in the college gym on Monday 20 Feb.
Students from the college and nearby feeder high schools were able to obtain information about further education and training available to them now and in the future
Check out all the images from the event via our Flickr page and FOLLOW us on Instagram @laketuggeranongcollege.
A huge thanks to the stallholders for their support and we look forward to another big event on the 19 February 2018!
Report: Lucia Ciccarone
Blog, Flickr & Instagram images: Phil Styles & Mark Will
LTC students studying Sustainability in the Community (R unit) were involved in a media launch by the ACT Government at Lake Tuggeranong on Monday 20 Feb 2017 for the H2OK – ‘Keeping our Waterways Healthy’ campaign.
The campaign promotes “only rain down the stormwater drain” to educate users of waterways to be mindful of what goes down the drain.
The students involved were Jacqueline Ambrose (Yr 11), Mackenzie Smith (Yr 11) and Rachael O’Brien (Yr 12).
Students were lauded by the dignitaries in their speeches for volunteering and the work they do to keep our waterways healthy.
The students rubbed shoulders with ACT Environment Minister Mick Gentleman and Senator Zed Seseljia – both present at the event’s launch.
Check out the report on WIN TVs Facebook Page for more information on the initiative and to spot our students!
Nikey Mylordi (Sustainability Coordinator)
New to LTC? Need a refresh of who, what, and where? Head on over to our LTC Library Orientation page to:
- View our unique tour of LTC Library, its resources, and the services we offer
- Access the LTC Library Orientation handout
Our friendly LTC Library team is looking forward to meeting you and helping you find the perfect resources for your assessment. Come and visit soon!
Bunnings played host to 15 LTC Year 11 and 12 students who measured, took photos and worked out designs for their term 1 project – a portal steel framed building to be built in Cooma NSW to house large farm equipment.
Students used laser measuring equipment to measure the sizes of the steel frame and got a first-hand view of how the parts are joined together to make a framed building.
Students are building models of their designs which will be tested to make sure they are structurally sound.
Bunnings shouted us a sausage and drink – what great community partnership.
Year 11 and 12 students, teachers and staff gathered for the traditional first week photo… welcome and welcome back to all and sundry. Here’s to a great 2017!
Image: Phil Styles