The Young Endeavour Youth Scheme is calling for applications from young Australians aged 16-23 to join a voyage in the national sail training ship, Young Endeavour. You can check out the website – www.youngendeavour.gov.au or check out the posters going up this week around college.
LTC students have a range of vocational learning opportunities (VLO) available to them during their college journey.
Congratulations to Mitchell Leighton who recently completed an Electrotechnology course. Many thanks to Global Energy Training Solutions for helping make it possible.
If you’d like to explore your own VLO, drop into LTC Connect Central (Careers) for more information.
Keys to Success R Unit – SIGN UP FOR TERM 3
STARTING: Monday 23 July (WEEK 1, Term 3)
WHEN: Monday lunchtimes, 12:30-1:30pm
DURATION: 1 term
WHERE: LTC Library, upstairs seminar room
Give yourself a head start with the skills you need to get ahead at LTC. Learn about researching effectively, find out how to tackle assignments easily, discover tools that can make completing your assessment easier, discuss issues around digital citizenship, find out how to avoid plagiarism, and define the mystery that is Creative Commons.
This R Unit is worth 0.2 points towards your Senior Secondary Certificate.
Come and see Lori and Holly in the LTC Library ASAP if you’re interested.
1958 – 2018
SLC of Technology at Lake Tuggeranong College
It is with a heavy heart that the Lake Tuggeranong College family advises of the passing of Stewart (Stewie) Clode.
Stewart had been battling cancer for some time, and recently this progressed beyond the capacity to manage. Stewart passed away quietly, surrounded by family, around 1 am on Saturday 16 June. Our thoughts go out to his family at this extraordinarily difficult time.
Information regarding a service for Stewart will be shared as soon as it is known.
In the meantime, please take care of yourselves and each other. Don’t hesitate to visit LTC during this time and reach out if necessary.
Principal – Lake Tuggeranong College
As part of the recent Reconciliation Week, LTC students and staff engaged in some practical and symbolic acts of reconciliation. We had the pleasure of welcoming Lynnice Church (traditional custodian), Glyniss Church, Cheryl Renouf (Relationships Australia), Lani Keen-Church and Erica Church to assist us in gaining a greater understanding of what it means to live a reconciled life.
Lake Tuggeranong College students created artwork with our guests and we take this opportunity to say a heartfelt “thank you” to them for their time and shared wisdom.