ET Australia Magazine Issue #4 January 2020

etaustralia

ET Australia's annual magazine.

Welcome to 2020

ET Australia provides students

with the skills to be successful

in employment and/or further

studies. Our adult training

college and independent

high school models provide

professional, supportive

and nurturing learning

environments.

Tony Mylan, CEO, ET Australia.

ET Australia’s adult training

college has expanded its scope

of registration by adding

disability qualifications to

our suite of programs. Our

reputation with industry has

continued to flourish. We have

once again expanded our

industry partnerships and this

has led to an increase in the

number of direct employment

outcomes our adult students

have gained.

In 2019 ET Australia Secondary

College (ETASC) reached its

notional maximum number of

enrolments. 2020 will be a year

of building on the cumulative

success we have shared with our

students. We look forward to

2021 when we will be able to

outline more exciting plans to

help more young people with

their studies and employment.

We have just completed a

major IT upgrade at our Wyong

campus and in Gosford for both

the training college and the

school. ETASC now has an IT

centre with 3D printers, a 3D

scanner and new computers that

provide the perfect platform to

teach digital technologies as per

the Australian Curriculum.

Our focus on building business

partnerships on the Central

Coast gives our students unique

employment opportunities.

Please come and experience

why our students are achieving

so highly.

ET Australia always welcomes

your feedback.

Please drop us a line at

email@etaustralia.com.

Contents

ET Australia is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO ID 90084)

delivering Nationally Recognised Training qualifications.

P3

P4

P6

P8

ET Australia Creates a Framework to

Support the National Reconciliation

Movement

Get to Know Our Business

Development Manager: Dana Mahia

Frances Trains With ET Australia

Training College and Pushes Through

Adversity to Become a Qualified

Aged Care Worker

Anxiety: A David and Goliath Battle

for Students

P10 Don’t Let Age Be a Barrier to

Changing Careers

P13 Upcoming 2020

Training Programs

P14 ET Australia Training College Class

of 2019 Graduation

P16 What is Learning Enrichment?

P18 The Lowdown on ET Australia

Secondary College’s Gifted and

Talented Program

P20 ETASC 2019 Excursions

P22 Are You a Current Year 10 ETASC

Parent?

P23 Enrolling Now for 2021

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ET Australia Training

College Business Graduate

Summa-Lee Buchanan.

ET Australia

Board of Directors

Paul Tonkin

Deputy

Chairman

& Public Officer

Partner & Lawyer –

Tonkin Drysdale

Partners

Kath Hamilton

Treasurer

Partner &

Accountant –

Lavery Hamilton

Graham McGuinness OAM

Chairman

Managing Director

and Consultant –

Delgarah Pty Ltd

Michael North

Director

Tim Cornish

Director

Alan Williams

Director

Director

and Chief

Technology

Officer –

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