My privileged position allows watching on as our young people excel. On the weekend, there was a perfect example of this privilege at the Wangaratta Diocese Synod. I was pleased to be with our Bishop, Reverend Peter Laurence, the CEO of the ASC, and representatives of the other schools, as this important part of the church’s calendar was played out.
Two of our students had prime roles at Synod with Nathan Bullen of Year Twelve creating an AV presentation that showcased the life of the three diocesan schools through pictures and songs. Nathan’s video was the next in a long line of emotive and effective representations of our school that he has produced, and it was met most positively. Please find Nathan’s video for your enjoyment here.
In the wake of this entertainment, School Captain Michael Groves made a speech at Synod that described his attitude to life as seen from his Anglican perspective. It was erudite, grounded and a surprise for many. Michael’s speech was a sincere reflection of his growth in the Cathedral parish and the school, and a wonderful affirmation of both groups. He can be congratulated for being so transparent in his comments and a young person who has the courage of his convictions. Many Synod delegates approached me after Michael’s speech to congratulate me on his performance!
Both the Year Four Camp and Year Five Camp happened this week, and it was good that I was able to visit one and Mr Greg Newbold the other. Whereas he was able to join in the physical challenges at Ovens, mine was a humbling experience meeting the students under Phar Lap’s considerable torso at Melbourne Museum. To see our young people enjoy the various offerings is gratifying, especially when we are able to create challenge and new experiences such as abseiling or going to Tim Minchin’s Matilda. Understandably, there are some tired Junior School bodies today. Thank you to the staff who attended, the students for joining in the activities with spirit, and the families for helping prepare our young students so admirably.
On Wednesday May 18 the entire Senior School travelled to the Holy Trinity Cathedral to attend our fortnightly Chapel Service. Thanks to the organisation of Reverend Jones, we were fortunate to be exposed to a motivational multimedia production called ‘Every Day Heroes’. I have included a summary of the presentation with a number of key thoughts that were presented for our students to reflect upon.
Everyday heroes are the people that do these things as part of their daily lives – committed to making the world a better place, always at the ready to act. It was fascinating to watch the reaction of our students, all of whom were engaged and motivated by the presentation. If you get a chance to have a conversation with your son or daughter about the presentation and its content, I am confident that you will get some ‘conversation promoting’ responses.
Head of Senior School
North East Health Careers Forum 2016
Last Tuesday I attended the 2016 North East Health Careers Forum at the Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre. It was the tenth Health Careers Forum that had been held and it was a day designed for Senior School students so they could learn about the broad range of careers the Health Industry has to offer. Senior students from Wangaratta, Benalla and even as far as Mt. Beauty attended the forum. Over the course of the day, we were divided into groups and participated in a total of six workshops with each one being led by a different Health Professional. They taught us about the kind of things their job required such as pre-requisite subjects, University courses available and also what a typical day for them would look like.
There were also a few hands-on experiences involved in some of the workshops such as taking another person’s blood pressure or making a plaster cast. The workshops I participated in were General Practice, Psychiatric Nursing, Sonography, Dentistry, General Physician and Registered Nursing, but there were many more, such as Ambulatory and Paediatric Nursing. The forum was very informative and inspiring because we heard stories and had our questions answered by real people who work in the Health Industry daily. It was valuable to gain knowledge first-hand and I recommend going to the forum next year if you are interested in pursuing a career in Health or just want to find out more about the vast range of Health-related jobs available.
VCE Studio Art and Visual Communication Design
May is traditionally the month for the Art Department to descend upon Melbourne for a day. Leaving in the early hours, we set out to view the Studio Art and Visual Communication Design Units 3 & 4 Folios and final Artworks/Presentations at The Melbourne Museum and The National Gallery of Victoria, Ian Potter Centre. The Melbourne Museum was our first stop and we were able to view a selection of Folios that showed the Design process of how those students brainstormed ideas, experimented with a range of media and materials, and worked towards resolving and making their artwork. Our students moved quickly to document Folios and final artworks that inspired their own ideas and visions.
Diversity is our joy, and our next two stops proved to be interesting. The Academy of Design in Collingwood gave our students a tour of their transitional facilities. They engaged us in a fun activity that the Academy had planned specifically for us. Students tore up images, recreated them into new designs and assessed the results.
Just as we were settling into the comfort of the Academy, we moved to an artist’s studio in Collingwood. Anderson Hunt opened his studio for us to view his new works, almost finished for the Bullawah Trail in Wangaratta. Students viewed the robust works, in Coreten and stainless steel, that will be installed in June. Our young artists listened to a motivational talk by the artist about commitment and perseverance in The Arts before moving to the NGV.
Our first activity at the National Gallery of Victoria was Folio viewing. Like soaring hawks, our eyes searched through the Folios, finding elements that would inspire our goals and lead to higher marks. We then attended a private lecture by a Head Curator. He displayed insight into the process of how the Folios and artwork are chosen for Top Arts. He engaged us in a discussion about a number of artworks from the exhibition and outlined the process that enabled those students to develop their ideas and produce final artworks. Following this, we viewed the exhibition before heading back up the highway to embark on our own Folios with a renewed sense of vigour and inspiration.
Year Eleven and Year Twelve Visual Communication Design students were fortunate to have a special visitor come and speak to the class recently. Tessa Willett was invited to come and present her Visual Communication Folio to the class. Tessa completed her Year Twelve in 2015 and her Folio was one of 1500 shortlisted for the prestigious Top Design exhibition currently on at The Melbourne Museum. Tessa gave an inspiring talk about her folio work to this year’s current Visual Communication Design students. Her Folio was based on a fictional fitness line of clothing and featured a three dimensional model of a shop and merchandising. Students were able to view the works first hand and talk directly with her. Feedback from the class was very positive and many students took the opportunity to chat with her to get some tips on Folio presentation.
Ms Kim Westcott and Mrs Tanya Rose
Year Ten Food Technology students spent Monday afternoon recreating Sponge Cakes and Portugese tarts from the recipe collections of Jamie Oliver and Karen Martini. The sponges were extremely popular, layered with vanilla bean marscapone cream, jam, and strawberries whilst Karen Martini’s Portugese Tarts were full of just the right amount of rich custard encased in a crisp and flaky pastry. Students learned the best way to create a light and fluffy sponge, how not to over whip the cream and the presentation of the dishes. At the end of the day icing sugar seemed to lightly coat the cakes, tarts and much of the kitchen benches – a minor problem in the world of baking!
Congratulations to Zali Peebles in Year Seven who has been asked to compete in the Royal Melbourne Show later this year. Zali had entered the Yarrawonga and Wangaratta Shows last year which gained her an invitation to the Royal Melbourne Show. Zali’s Boiled Fruit Cake has to be tasted to be believed. It may seem easy to make a fruit cake but to get it to a standard that is acceptable by Royal Melbourne Show is no easy feat. We wish her well for later in the year.
Mrs Anne Stevenson
Food and Technology
What an exciting past fortnight we have had in the Junior School. Our keen young students have experienced numerous learning adventures that have enriched their experiences in so many ways.
Last week, some of our classes were treated to a buddy Physical Education lesson with Year Nine. The Year Nine students had been formulating fitness tests and took the opportunity to assess their knowledge by conducting a fitness circuit for our students.Working in small groups with Year Nine facilitators, students from Years One, Two and Four tested their strength, flexibility, balance, speed and endurance around a multi stage circuit. Confidence, enjoyment, energy and cooperation were the skills that were most on display.
A classroom is more than just four walls and the Prep, Year One and Year Two excursion to the Melbourne Zoo was evidence of this. With over 120 students, supported by teachers and parents, a busy and energetic day was in store. The students were simply outstanding! Their interest and excitement levels were at an all time high as they boarded the bus, entered the zoo and observed the fascinating creatures at such close range. Butterflies nestled on outstretched hands, baboons pranced up close in front of glass windows, lions roared their magnificence so all could hear, snakes slithered, penguins waddled around and meerkats were alert to every sound and sight providing memorable sights for every keen pair of eyes. What a day!
To start this week, Year One Docker bounded excitedly into the Kitchen to make their own vegetable pita bread pockets – rainbow coloured, nutritious and spectacular taste. The sharing and caring going on in the kitchen classroom by the students was a delight to watch. And the food? ……Mouthwatering!
Finally, to top off a stunning fortnight of ‘extra’ learning, both Year Four and Five have ventured away on camps. The Year Four group were challenged by the frenetic activity of city life as they walked, walked and walked some more to see all of the magnificent sights in our capital city, whilst during the second half of this week, Year Five have catapulted themselves up and down climbing courses, power poles and free-fall towers, cooking marshmallows in an open fire pit; all with a smile and friendly word of encouragement!
What an exciting fortnight I have enjoyed. Other than the Year Four camp, I was an active participant in each activity and revelled in the opportunities I was given to share in the learning journey of our wonderful young students.
As you can no doubt tell, the past ten school days have provided learning opportunities well beyond books and pens, but more importantly experiences that are socially vital, educationally provocative, lifelong in memory and stimulating in every possible way.
Head of Junior School
We welcomed to the school this week our newly appointed Speech Pathologist, Brooke Carson. Brooke joins us with considerable experience working with students in a school environment and has extensive expertise in the way students learn, communicate and express ideas.
Speech Pathologists in schools provide support for students with communication difficulties that impact on their learning, social-emotional and behavioural development. Communication includes the areas of:
• Articulation (production of speech sounds)
– Receptive Language- comprehension and following instructions
– Expressive Language- ability to express ideas, use appropriate grammar and vocabulary when speaking
– Pragmatics and Social Language – reading body language, facial cues, gesture, expressing emotions
• Fluency (Stuttering)
• Literacy and learning, particularly phonological awareness
Brooke will be supporting our Prep to Year Twelve students in a variety of ways, providing individual and group interventions, as well as collaborating with teachers, parents and our Learning Enhancement team. She will also be involved in completing diagnostic assessments which will help in developing individual learning programs across the Junior, Middle and Senior Schools. Each fortnight, Brooke will be placing a ‘family friendly’ activity in the newsletter targeting oral language skills which will sit under Learning Enhancement.
Director of Studies
Paul said; “Those who are led by God’s Spirit are God’s sons and daughters. For the Spirit that God has given you does not make you slaves, instead, the Spirit makes you God’s children.” Romans 8:14-15 (GNB)
In the Churches year, last Sunday was Pentecost Sunday or as it used to be called, Whitsunday, the day we remember the pouring out of God’s Holy Spirit upon the Church. Church tradition for Pentecost not only commemorates the promise of Holy Spirit, but also marks the birth of the Christian Church.
The Bible tells us, it was on the 50th day after Easter when the apostles prayed together and the Holy Spirit descended on them. They received the “gift of tongues” – the ability to speak in other languages – and they went out with boldness and in confidence and began to preach and teach about Jesus Christ.
The Apostle Paul writes to the Christians living in Rome concerning the way the Spirit of God bears witness with the assurance that we are indeed the Children of God.
Religious and Values Education
Students have recently been looking at the words imprinted in the Paths of Learning and choosing a word to reflect upon. One Path of Learning contains inspiring nouns while the other has a collection of verbs carefully selected by students of the College. Words such as ‘be’, ‘grow’, ‘achieve’ and ‘persist’ give students an opportunity to think about what the word means to them and the values that are associated with each.
Reverend David Jones
The Unholy Trinities
What an amazing weekend in Mount Gambier; as one of the group said it was like ‘The Disneyland of Jazz’ and this account was no exaggeration. From the moment we drove down the hill towards the massive ‘James Morrison Pavilion’ and walked out of the mini-bus, it was clear that this was going to be a weekend of incredible music. Festivities commenced with a concert from James Morrison, Kate Ceberano and invited international guests that were just amazing. We sat less than fifteen metres from the stage and right in front of the large screen, which enabled us double the view! The Saturday competition began at 0800hrs and finished at 1800hrs and all day all one could hear the fusion of jazz, cheers and applause from every marquee. Our moment arrived at 1550hrs and the girls were amazing. They entertained the audience and had the judges complimenting them as they left. More concerts were held on the Saturday night and these were even better than the Friday night! Then Sunday arrived and we had workshops with the famous artists and what a gift this was. We then sat down for our third and final concert and this was even more amazing as the artists wished us a goodbye. We were judged 10th in our section which was an amazing result for our first ever trip. There are so many highlights and I have only scratched the surface in this recollection.
A big thank you to the school for supporting this trip. A big thank you to Mrs Leanne Batten for accompanying me on the drive and a massive congratulations to our ground-breaking singers: Lillian McConnell (Twelve Cobbler), Taylor Farmer (Twelve Buffalo), India Denyer (Twelve Hotham), Bianca D’Andrea (Ten Cobbler) and Zoe Goodger (Ten Hotham) for your effort, hard work, commitment and an amazing performance that has set the bar for our College.
We are currently auditioning for the 2017 ensemble and I encourage any girls in Years Nine to Eleven who have a love of singing to contact Mr Bohun.
We have room for four more students in our Brass programme. We are seeking students from Year Five and up that would like to learn the trumpet or trombone and work hard to join our bourgeoning Jazz Ensembles. Please see Mr Bohun or Mr Woods if you are interested.
Good luck Dance Club!
With only two days to go, our dancers are firing up for their performances on Sunday May 22, 2016 and we wish every students the very best for each and every routine. Go Dancers!
Kool Skools is a Victoria-wide competition for bands and ensembles from schools. We are fortunate to be able to enter this year and The Liturgies are working hard under the guidance of Mr Woods to prepare ten songs for a CD recording at Studio 52 in Melbourne. The CD will comprise of at least five original songs and five cover songs. The judges will then listen to each track and the awards are given in November 2016. We heard a sample of their work at the Mothers Day Jazz Concert and look forward to hearing the remainder of the songs over the term.
Art Competition for the Kool Skools Recording Project
As part of the Kool Skools Recording Project, students in Year Nine, Ten and Eleven will be invited to participate in an upcoming Art competition to create a CD cover for Cathedral College Wangaratta Jazz Band “The Liturgies”.
The prize is a 12 month Subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud courtesy of Adobe.One Simple membership gives you access to the very latest versions of all the Adobe professional creative desktop applications like Photoshop, Illustrator and more.
The design is to be square with a minimum size of 13cm up to 21cm (width of A4) in size.
The design must include the band name The Liturgies.
It can be created in any media or material, needs to be able to be photographed or scanned.
The winning design will also be entered into the KoolSkools Recording Project.
Multiple entries are allowed.
Closing date for entries is Friday June 24
Entry forms can be picked up at the IT Student Services desk. Entries are to be handed into Student Services with your entry form or digital entries can be emailed to email@example.com as a JPEG file. File size needs to be 5MB or under. Kim Westcott, John Humphreys, Phil Bohun will judge the competition and the winning entry will be announced at the first whole school assembly in Term Three.
House Music Competition
What an assembly it was last week. The theme of ‘Olympics’ was announced to the College and each House was assigned their songs. The choice was from the opening and closing ceremonies of the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and each House has the opportunity to perform some of the greatest songs in Australian music history.
Buffalo: ‘Land Down Under’ by Men At Work
Cobbler: ‘Beds Are Burning’ by Midnight Oil
Feathertop: ‘Working Class Man’ by Jimmy Barnes
Hotham: ‘What You Need’ by INXS
Stirling: ‘Absolutely Everybody’ by Vanessa Amorosi
Warby: ‘A Night Like This’ by Kylie Minogue
We cannot wait for this celebration of music on September 7 next term. More details will be announced in information at the beginning of Term Three.
Once again, the amazing experiences in the Performing Arts continue for our students.
Yours in music
Three male teams from Cathedral College Wangaratta attended the Upper Hume Badminton tournament on Thursday May 19. Alexander Dowsley, Bode Stevens, Oliver Struve, Archie Thompson and Oscar Day wrote this report.
The team for Year Eight consisted of Campbell Frazer, Kyran Hagens, Lachlan Suffern, Max Hempel and Oscar Day. We played four different schools including Wodonga Middle Years, Galen, Wangaratta High School and Mt Carmel. After playing them all, it came down to our last game against Mr Carmel to get us into the next level. A win or a draw would get us across the line. We nearly choked but ended up drawing which gave us the points we needed. It was a hard fought day with a great outcome.
The team for Year Seven was Bode Stevens, Archie Thomson, Ollie Struve and Alex Dowsley. We played three different schools including Galen, Wangaratta High School and Wodonga Middle Years and won against all our schools. We are going through to the next level of competition which is exciting. We lost only one of our eighteen games. It was a great day for our Year Seven champions.
The Year Ten boys also competed admirably to finish third. Well done to the students involved. We had a fantastic day.
Equestrian Event this Saturday
The Scot’s School in Albury are holding their annual Equestrian Interschool Challenge on Saturday May 21. Cathedral College Wangaratta has put a team together and we would like to wish all the riders (and their horses) well.
Upper Hume Cross Country
On Monday May 23, many of Cathedral College Wangaratta’s fittest students will contest the Upper Hume Cross Country running event in Myrtleford. Congratulations to all those students who will represent our school at this event.
Mia Amos U13 F
Melanie Anderson U13 F
Stephanie Dows U13 F
Cassidy Mailer U13 F
Maddy Mailer U13 F
Tess Palubiski U13 F
Calista Race-Stelling U13 F
Chloe Royal U13 F
Corey Harrap U13 M
Henry Stephens U13 M
Bode Stevens U13 M
Fred Wilkinson U13 M
Abbey Chapman U14 F
Zoe Davis U14 F
Molly James U14 F
Imogen Taylor U14 F
Oscar Day U14 M
Campbell Frazer U14 M
Max Hemphill U14 M
Joshua Tanzen U14 M
Gabriella Boulton U15 F
Kasey Hanna U15 F
Anna Martin U15 F
Opal Thomas U15 F
Hayden Cartwright U15 M
Kieran Cave U15 M
Patrick Henderson U15 M
Adam Hurst U15 M
Isobelle Major U16 F
Olivia Martin U16 F
Tahnee Stevenson U16 F
Rhys Winiata U16 F
James Jordon U16 M
James Pursell U16 M
Alex Race-Stelling U16 M
Max Taylor U16 M
Taylor Farmer U20 F
Jaimee Linke U20 F
Olivia Parsons U20 F
Sarah StoneU 20 F
Jack Connor U20 M
Oscar Cooper U20 M
Nathan Farley U20 M
David Ham U20 M
Congratulations to Gus Agnastou who recently placed 22nd in the National Archery competition. Gus was competing against adults, not against juniors his own age which technically placed him as the 22nd best Field Archer in the Nation. Well done!
Congratulations must also go to Ellexandra Best who, with her fifteen year old team mate, will be representing Lauren Gray Motorsport in the Australian Production Car Series at Phillip Island across May 27-29. Ellexandra will be the youngest aggregate entry for the series’ history, with a combined driver age of just 31. While a number of 16 year olds have competed in the series, they have been paired with older co-drivers. We wish Ellexandra all the best for the competition.
Winter is Coming…
Cathedral provides lots of opportunities for students to learn to ski and improve their skills in the snow. Snow Club is open to students of all abilities and ages, from experienced “snow bunnies” to first timers. All students are required to learn new techniques in formal lessons held by experienced instructors and will have the opportunity to continually push their boundaries in group skiing.
Pencil these dates in your diary…more information will follow shortly!
• Day Trip 1 – Friday July 29
• Overnight Trip 2 – Wed August 3, 4 and 5
• Day Trip 3 – Friday August 5
• Day Trip 4 – Friday August 26
Mr Nathan Manning and Mr Matt Lane
Senior and Junior School Sports Coordinator
“Seasons for Growth” Program Term Three
Change and loss are issues that affect all of us at some stage in our lives. At Cathedral College Wangaratta we recognise that when changes occur in families through death, separation, divorce or related circumstances, young people may benefit from learning how to manage these changes effectively. We are therefore offering a very successful education program called ‘Seasons for Growth’ which will commence in Term Three.
This program is facilitated in small groups and is based on research which highlights the importance of social support and the need to practise new skills to cope effectively with change and loss. The program focuses on issues such as self-esteem, managing feelings, problem-solving, decision-making, effective communication and support networks.
Further information will made available about the ‘Seasons for Growth’ Program shortly. At this stage, we are considering three different age groups: Prep-Year Three; Year Four – Year Six; Year Seven – Year Twelve.
If you are interested in the program, or think your son or daughter would benefit from participating in the program, please contact Learning Enhancement Teacher, Cathy Carden on firstname.lastname@example.org or your child’s homeroom teacher.
“When we went camping we couldn’t wait to start on our shelter and get ready for the fun night ahead. For about two hours we worked on getting shelter wood, fire wood and making the fire and shelter. As the sun was going down we were hurrying to get enough to settle down and sit around the fire. We thought it was about 7.30pm so we put our potatoes on. They took so long to cook! We stayed by the fire for another hour until the teachers told us to get some sleep. It was freezing cold and it started raining. In the morning we had breakfast and finally it was over. We walked another five km to the King River where we could relax, have fun and eat lunch.”
“Survival camp was so much fun! I loved it so much. Okay, the rain was not fun and the cold was something I will never forget but I enjoyed being with my fabulous partner in crime, Abbey Chapman. Our first plan of action was to build our shelter, which later fell down. Then we moved to our fire – our fire was actually horrible as it went out more than once. Don’t even get me started on our potatoes! They were an absolute failure.”
“The camp was a great experience. I went with Marcus and we immediately started to make the shelter. It fell down when we were making it, so we took extra long to make the shelter. Our shelter wasn’t completely waterproof so we got a bit wet. The fire was going really well (one of the things that did) so we warmed up by the fire in between the showers. We tried to make our beds as comfortable as possible by putting down jumpers and clearing the area of sticks and stone but it was still very uncomfortable. We cooked our potatoes next – they took a long time to cook but it was worth the wait. After the long night we woke up and had bacon and eggs. We then walked to the King River for lunch before heading back in the bus.”
Old Collegian Ruth Malsem
College welcomed back Ruth Malsem (School Captain and Dux, 2014) this week as part of her studies in second year Medicine at Monash University. Ruth will be volunteering her knowledge and expertise with our VCE students over the coming weeks, helping tutor and work with our Biology, Chemistry and Physics students. Ruth continues to enjoy University life in Melbourne and will be moving to Mildura for a year long placement at the hospital in 2017. Interested in renal medicine, Ruth is keen to explore a variety of specialisations over the next few years before deciding on a final direction for her medical career. We look forward to having her back on campus this term.
The Parents and Friends Open Garden Day will be held on Saturday November 5. With over nine gardens participating in Wangaratta, Beechworth and Tarrawingee, this will be a wonderful opportunity to visit some beautiful gardens and enjoy entertainment and refreshments along the way. Exact locations will be announced shortly. If you would like to volunteer your help on this day, please contact the President Mrs Carolyn Sammon through the school on (03) 5722 2144.
Our next meeting will be held at 7.00pm on Monday June 6 in the Staff Room and all are welcome to attend.
Dr Michael Carr-Gregg May 30
Cathedral College Wangaratta along with The Rotary Club of Milawa Oxley invite parents, friends and members of the community to attend an evening with Dr Michael Carr-Gregg
“The Ten Most Important Things you Should Tell your Children to Build Resilience and Happiness”
Dr Michael Carr-Gregg is one of Australia’s highest profile psychologists. He is currently the Managing Director of the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, which is committed to exploring and understanding the role of new and emerging technologies in the lives of young people. He wrote his PhD at the University of NSW on Adolescents with Cancer and named and founded CanTeen over 30 years ago with a group of young cancer patients. He sits on the Board of Smiling Mind, as well as being a Community Ambassador for Big Brothers Big Sisters and Playgroup Victoria. He has been the Treasurer of the Australian Psychological Society Committee (Melbourne Branch) for the past five years and a member of the ePsychology special interest group for the APS. He is a columnist for a number of publications including Girlfriend Magazine and the Australian Boarding Schools Association publication LightsOut.
Where: Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre Memorial Hall
When: Monday May 30 at 7.00pm
Cost: This is a free event
Bookings need to be made through the Cathedral College Wangaratta website to secure a place. Please go to the link www.cathedralcollege.vic.edu.au/community.
The College is experiencing considerable interest in enrolments for Year Seven 2018, 2019 and by association the years below. Places are offered in order of application. Current parents are reminded to inform the school of their intention regarding the enrolments of siblings to ensure they have a place at the school.
The Junior School will be holding a Scholastic Book Fair from June 1 which will run over two weeks. There will be a wide range of titles for every level and interest with favourite series and authors that will get kids excited about reading. Held in the Junior School library, all students will have an opportunity to view books during library (or other) classes. Additionally, the library will be open before and after school as well as at lunchtimes for purchase. Payment can be made by cash, eftpos or cheque. More details and information will be sent out in the coming weeks.
The Victorian Government has committed $15 million to the establishment of Skills and Job Centres across the state with Wangaratta’s centre now open. Located in the TAFE, at 27 Docker St this centre is a fabulous resource and can help with free services such as:
• Career Advice and Planning
• Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
• Career and Personal Development
• Work Readiness Programs
• Referral to additional service providers
If you would like further information, please contact them via 1800 754 555.