ET Australia Magazine Issue #5 March 2021

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<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>’s annual student &<br />

community magazine<br />

<strong>#5</strong> <strong>2021</strong><br />


New<br />

Campuses<br />

for <strong>ET</strong>ASC<br />

Purpose Built<br />

for Students to<br />

Thrive in a Safe<br />

and Supportive<br />

Learning<br />

Environment<br />

Disability<br />

Partnership<br />

Success<br />

Creating Long-<br />

Term Entry-Level<br />

Jobs in Disability<br />

With Songbird,<br />

a Disability<br />

Service Provider<br />

Years 11<br />

and 12<br />

Expansion<br />

A New Learning<br />

Experience Now<br />

Available for Central<br />

Coast Students<br />

<strong>ET</strong>ASC’s Graduate<br />

Student Pheobe’s<br />

Pathway to Marine<br />

Science<br />

Rebuild<br />

Your<br />

Business<br />

With<br />

Trainees<br />

Discover the<br />

Financial Benefits<br />

of Hiring a<br />

Trainee Inside

Welcome to <strong>2021</strong><br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> provides students<br />

with the skills to be successful<br />

in employment and/or further<br />

studies. Our adult training<br />

college and independent<br />

high school models provide<br />

professional, supportive<br />

and nurturing learning<br />

environments.<br />

Tony Mylan, CEO, <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>.<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>’s adult training<br />

college has expanded its business<br />

focus to include disability<br />

training in our suite of programs.<br />

Our reputation with industry<br />

has continued to flourish. We<br />

have once again expanded our<br />

industry partnerships, and this<br />

has led to an increase in the<br />

number of direct employment<br />

outcomes our adult students<br />

have gained.<br />

In 2020 <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Secondary<br />

College (<strong>ET</strong>ASC) reached its<br />

notional maximum number of<br />

enrolments. In <strong>2021</strong> our school<br />

will welcome our first group of<br />

Year 11 students so our school<br />

enrolments will continue to grow<br />

over the next couple of years.<br />

Adding Year 11 and Year 12 to<br />

our school means we can help<br />

even more young people with<br />

their studies and employment.<br />

We have just moved our entire<br />

operations in Gosford with the<br />

school moving to two new sites.<br />

For both the training college and<br />

the school, this move provides<br />

us with brand new teaching<br />

and learning spaces in buildings<br />

that have had an internal<br />

architecturally designed re-fit.<br />

<strong>ET</strong>ASC now has extra classrooms,<br />

a knowledge hub, a science lab<br />

and computer labs for use by all<br />

students.<br />

Our focus on building business<br />

partnerships on the Central<br />

Coast gives our students unique<br />

employment opportunities. Please<br />

come and experience why our<br />

students are achieving so highly.<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> always welcomes<br />

your feedback.<br />

Please drop us a line at<br />

email@etaustralia.com.<br />

Contents<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO ID 90084)<br />

delivering Nationally Recognised Training qualifications.<br />

P3<br />

P4<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Staff Undertake Cultural<br />

Awareness Training<br />

<strong>ET</strong>ASC Begins the <strong>2021</strong> School Year<br />

With Two New Campuses<br />

P20 Rebuild Your Business With Trainees<br />

P22 A Wonderful Example of How V<strong>ET</strong><br />

Can Transform A Career<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Board of Directors<br />

Graham McGuinness OAM<br />

Chairman<br />

P6<br />

P8<br />

<strong>ET</strong>ASC Years 11 and 12 Expansion<br />

What Do You get When a Former<br />

Tour Manager and a French<br />

Language Graduate Come Together?<br />

P10<br />

Paul Tonkin<br />

Deputy<br />

Chairman<br />

Tim Cornish<br />

Director<br />

P11 <strong>ET</strong>ASC 2020 Excursions<br />

P12 <strong>ET</strong>ASC Class of 2020 Awards<br />

P14 How Honesty Got Me to Where I Am<br />

Kath Hamilton<br />

Treasurer<br />

Alan Williams<br />

Director<br />

P16 Partnership Success With Songbird,<br />

a Disability Services Provider<br />

P18 Funding for Recovery Post COVID for<br />

Students and Businesses<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Secondary<br />

College Graduate Phoebe.<br />

Michael North<br />

Director<br />


<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Staff<br />

Undertake Cultural<br />

Awareness Training<br />

Increasing the Level of Awareness About Aboriginal<br />

and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and the National<br />

Reconciliation Movement Amongst Staff.<br />

During the months of August and<br />

September in 2020, <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> staff<br />

participated in cultural awareness<br />

training, a commitment made by<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> to increase the level of<br />

cultural awareness about Aboriginal<br />

and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and<br />

the national reconciliation movement<br />

amongst staff.<br />

This training tied in with practical<br />

actions outlined in <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>’s<br />

Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP),<br />

a copy of our RAP is found on our<br />

website etaustralia.com<br />

The training was delivered by the<br />

wonderful Tracey from Wannangini<br />

Pty Ltd. Tracey is a direct<br />

descendant of the First Nation’s<br />

people of the Central Coast and<br />

Northern Sydney region. Tracey<br />

was born and raised on the Central<br />

Coast and continues an unbroken<br />

connection that spans thousands<br />

of years. Tracey is a director of<br />

Wannangini Pty Ltd which is a<br />

100% Aboriginal owned and<br />

operated organisation designed to<br />

manage our cultural heritage, land<br />

and our education.<br />

Wannangini is owned by three<br />

identified Aboriginal families<br />

from Newcastle, Central Coast<br />

and Northern Sydney regions of<br />

NSW. They work to represent their<br />

collective mob and provide a better<br />

future for all Aboriginal people who<br />

live within traditional lands.<br />

During training, staff were<br />

provided with a general overview<br />

and introduction to Aboriginal<br />

cultural heritage matters relevant to<br />

Wannangini traditional lands.<br />

The Training Covered:<br />

• Understanding a Welcome/<br />

Acknowledgement of Country<br />

• Introduction to Aboriginal<br />

languages and relationship to<br />

country<br />

• Introduction to Aboriginal<br />

cultural values<br />

• Understanding terms such as<br />

traditional owner, country,<br />

Registered Aboriginal Party<br />

(RAP), native title, Local<br />

Aboriginal Land Council, Elders<br />

and knowledge holders<br />

If you would like to know more<br />

about the services Wannangini<br />

provides, please visit wannangini.org<br />

Dana (left) and Tracey from<br />

Wannangini Pty Ltd.<br />

Aboriginal artefacts shown to increase<br />

cultural awareness.<br />


<strong>ET</strong>ASC Begins the <strong>2021</strong><br />

School Year with Two<br />

New Campuses<br />

Purpose Built for Students to Thrive in a<br />

Safe and Supportive Learning Environment<br />

At the beginning of <strong>2021</strong>, <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

opened two brand new, purpose-built<br />

campuses for its Secondary College<br />

students:<br />

• A Years 7 to 10 campus located in the<br />

Imperial Centre in Gosford CBD, 300<br />

metres from Gosford Train Station<br />

• A Years 11 and 12 campus located on<br />

Level 1 of the <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> building at<br />

125 Donnison Street, Gosford, 500<br />

metres from Gosford Train Station<br />

Years 7 to 10 Campus<br />

This campus has been relocated into<br />

the Imperial Centre from the Parkside<br />

Building at 123 Donnison Street,<br />

Gosford.<br />

With this relocation, <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Secondary College’s core focus hasn’t<br />

changed, which is to equip students<br />

with the literacy and numeracy skills<br />

to be successful in employment and/<br />

or further study by delivering the<br />

mainstream curriculum in a safe and<br />

supportive learning environment.<br />

To enhance student learning, new,<br />

purpose-built features include:<br />

• Modern classrooms for general<br />

teaching and learning<br />

• Science lab<br />

• Food technology and music rooms<br />

• School hall<br />

The entrance to <strong>ET</strong>ASC’s Years 7 to 10 campus.<br />

• Knowledge hub (school library)<br />

• Multiple breakout study areas<br />

• Computer lab<br />

<strong>ET</strong>ASC now has a 21st century school<br />

environment to match our 21st century<br />

teaching and learning model.<br />

Years 11 and 12 Campus<br />

In 2020 the NSW Education Standards<br />

Authority (NESA) granted <strong>ET</strong>ASC<br />

accreditation for Years 11 and 12.<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> has built a Years 11 and 12<br />

campus for students from the Central<br />

Coast and beyond, providing a new,<br />

dedicated learning space. This campus,<br />


Teachers now deliver classroom<br />

learning via upgraded classroom<br />

facilities.<br />

Accessibility<br />

Both campuses are wheelchair and<br />

disabilities accessible, with students<br />

being able to use Imperial Centre<br />

facilities to access the Years 7 to 10<br />

campus, while the Years 11 and 12<br />

campus has a brand new lift installed<br />

for students to use.<br />

Students can access the Years 7 to 10<br />

campus via the Erina street entrance<br />

to the Imperial Centre while Years 11<br />

and 12 students will have a dedicated<br />

entrance to their campus at the<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Building.<br />

above <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>’s Adult Training<br />

college, provides students with a space<br />

which prepares them to be successful<br />

in employment and/or further study,<br />

away from distractions.<br />

To assist students in achieving their<br />

<strong>Australia</strong>n Tertiary Admission Rank<br />

(ATAR), the layout of the Years 11 and<br />

12 campus includes:<br />

• Modern classrooms for general<br />

teaching and learning<br />

• Science lab<br />

• Breakout areas<br />

• Computer lab<br />

• Student kitchen facilities<br />

• Ability for students to BYOD to assist<br />

with learning<br />

Administration and<br />

Teaching<br />

For students and parents/carers,<br />

both campuses will have their own<br />

dedicated administration offices<br />

supported by full-time <strong>ET</strong>ASC staff.<br />

From Year 7 to Year 12, the high<br />

staff to student ratio of teachers and<br />

teacher assistants has remained the<br />

same so students are able to gain the<br />

level of leaning support they need all<br />

of the time.<br />

If you would like to know more about<br />

<strong>ET</strong>ASC, please visit etaustralia.com/<br />

secondary-college to download the<br />

information pack or call the college<br />

office on 02 4323 1233.<br />

?<br />


<strong>ET</strong>ASC Years 11<br />

and 12 Expansion<br />

A New Learning Experience Now Available for<br />

Central Coast Students<br />

In <strong>2021</strong> <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Secondary<br />

College (<strong>ET</strong>ASC) is, for the first time,<br />

providing students the ability to<br />

continue their education beyond Year<br />

10 by opening a Year 11 and Year<br />

12 campus. Providing students the<br />

ability to complete the Higher School<br />

Certificate (HSC) has been an ambition<br />

of <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>’s CEO and Principal,<br />

Tony Mylan since opening the school<br />

to Year 9 and Year 10 students in<br />

2013. The college has steadily grown<br />

during this time, adding Years 7 and<br />

8 classes in 2016 and additional Years<br />

7 to Year 10 classes in 2018, growing<br />

the school’s student enrolment from<br />

Years 11 and 12 students have access to<br />

teachers and teachers assistants in class,<br />

enhancing their learning experience.<br />

60 students in 2013 to 170 students in<br />

2020. This growth will continue with<br />

places available for 80 Years 11 and<br />

Year 12 students by 2022.<br />

Planning for Years 11<br />

and 12<br />

Planning for this expansion has been<br />

in full swing since 2019, with the<br />

location being a key factor in <strong>ET</strong>ASC’s<br />

ability to provide students this<br />

opportunity. The campus is a purposebuilt<br />

facility located on the first floor<br />

of the <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Building, 125<br />

Donnison Street Gosford. Students<br />

have access to four general purpose<br />

classrooms, two common areas, a<br />

computer lab, student kitchen and<br />

bathroom amenities all designed by<br />

educational architectural experts,<br />

SHAC Architects and built by North<br />

Construction. The space was designed<br />

to provide students with large,<br />

naturally lit classrooms as well as other<br />

facilities, such as the student kitchen<br />

that is similar to what students will<br />

encounter when they enter the work<br />

force.<br />

Years 11 and 12<br />

Curriculum<br />

When determining the subjects<br />

students would study, the ability to<br />

achieve an ATAR was vital. Six subjects<br />

have been selected, building on the<br />

knowledge and skills students have<br />

developed in Years 9 and 10. Students<br />

in Years 11 and 12 are studying the<br />

following subjects:<br />

• Standard English<br />

• Standard Mathematics<br />

• Biology<br />

• Modern History<br />

• Business Studies<br />

• PDHPE<br />


Years 11 and 12 teachers have<br />

the ability to interact with<br />

students in class through<br />

interactive displays which are<br />

linked to students iPads.<br />

New Business Studies<br />

Subject<br />

Providing students the ability to<br />

complete the 2 Unit Business Studies<br />

course for the HSC is in keeping with<br />

<strong>ET</strong>ASC’s ethos of preparing students<br />

for the workforce. The course exposes<br />

students to many of the key concepts,<br />

skills and tools used in the workplace<br />

and provides insight into different<br />

aspects of work life.<br />

How are Years 11 and<br />

12 Different to Years 7<br />

to Year 10?<br />

There are some key aspects of our<br />

Years 7 to Year 10 college model that<br />

are different to Years 11 and 12.<br />

Studying at home is required in Years<br />

11 and Year 12 with homework being<br />

a key component to ensure students<br />

are able to complete the requirements<br />

of the HSC course. Our teachers will<br />

provide study skills practice that will<br />

teach students about productive and<br />

effective study patterns that will ensure<br />

students can use their study time<br />

outside of school hours productively.<br />

<strong>ET</strong>ASC’s safe and supportive<br />

environment provides our students<br />

with a solid foundation to achieve<br />

their best in the HSC and continue<br />

on to tertiary study, V<strong>ET</strong> courses<br />

or workplace apprenticeships or<br />

traineeships. Our school’s purpose is<br />

for our students to develop the skills<br />

to be successful in whatever career<br />

path they decide to pursue.<br />

Year 11 students enjoying a break from<br />

class in their student kitchen.<br />


What Do You Get<br />

When a Former Tour<br />

Manager and a French<br />

Language Graduate<br />

Come Together?<br />

An Enthusiastic Duo Bringing to Life French<br />

Culture and a Love for the French Language<br />

Aimee, <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Secondary<br />

College’s (<strong>ET</strong>ASC) French Teacher<br />

Assistant, grew up in England<br />

studying French at school and spent<br />

numerous holidays taking the ferry<br />

across to France to stay with French<br />

friends. While in France she developed<br />

her love of the French language and<br />

culture. At university she continued to<br />

study French spending her third year<br />

living in Montelimar in the south of<br />

France, teaching English in a couple of<br />

schools. Aimee graduated in Modern<br />

European Studies majoring in French<br />

Christina (left)<br />

and Aimee.<br />

language, politics and economics,<br />

from Loughborough University in the<br />

UK and has worked in international<br />

schools in France and the UK. She<br />

planned to live in France, however,<br />

on a gap year after uni in <strong>Australia</strong>,<br />

she unexpectantly met her husband<br />

and made <strong>Australia</strong> her home. After<br />

having a break to raise her two boys,<br />

who are now teenagers, she joined<br />

<strong>ET</strong>ASC to help raise francophones<br />

within our school.<br />

Christina, <strong>ET</strong>ASC’s French Teacher,<br />

grew up on the Central Coast<br />

enjoying the beach and dreaming<br />

of travelling. She graduated with<br />

a degree in Business and Tourism<br />

Management from the University of<br />

Technology in Sydney and worked<br />

both in the tourism and outdoor<br />

education industry. Her jobs were<br />

always adventurous whether it<br />

involved climbing the Harbour Bridge<br />

or teaching school kids canoeing,<br />

abseiling and other outdoor activities.<br />

When the opportunity to travel the<br />

world came, she studied European<br />

history, geography, economics and<br />

8<br />

Tossing crépes in class<br />

for La Chandeleur<br />

crepe day.<br />

culture before becoming a European<br />

Tour guide. Having travelled through<br />

45 countries, immersing herself in<br />

different cultures, she discovered<br />

a passion for sharing her love for<br />

Europe, especially France. After<br />

returning to <strong>Australia</strong> she achieved<br />

her teaching degree and returned to<br />

Europe. She taught Business Studies<br />

in London and continued to lead tours<br />

throughout Europe improving her<br />

language skills. When she eventually<br />

returned to <strong>Australia</strong> she continued

teaching on the Central Coast until<br />

she discovered <strong>ET</strong>ASC. Once she<br />

began teaching French, she took up<br />

evening classes to further develop her<br />

French language skills.<br />

Christina and Aimee work together<br />

to provide an engaging French<br />

curriculum by combining their<br />

language skills and cultural knowledge<br />

to educate our students. Aimee assists<br />

students master French pronunciation<br />

with her authentic French accent<br />

and answers all technical questions.<br />

Christina plans the lesson structure<br />

and ensures students meet NESA<br />

educational outcomes. Together they<br />

make a great French duo, bringing joy<br />

to the classroom as they sing French<br />

number songs, wear berets and flip<br />

crepes. The students are captivated,<br />

quickly developing an affinity with the<br />

French language and culture.<br />

French classes use a variety of ICT<br />

resources, flashcards, booklets and<br />

games to support student learning.<br />

Through these interactive lessons,<br />

students learn to speak, read, write<br />

and understand spoken and written<br />

Year 8 students tasting French cuisine<br />

at L’isle de France in Terrigal.<br />

French texts. Students start the<br />

year with minimal French exposure;<br />

by the end of the year, they write<br />

paragraphs, translate texts and<br />

hold conversations. They gain a<br />

great understanding of the French<br />

grammatical structure of both spoken<br />

and written texts.<br />

Through incursions, Christina and<br />

Aimee have brought the French<br />

culture to life through French pop<br />

concerts, bilingual puppet shows and<br />

crêpe making. To celebrate a year of<br />

learning and for students to apply<br />

their language skills, students visit a<br />

French Restaurant where they order<br />

in French and experience fine French<br />

cuisine – including escargot!<br />

Christina and Aimee make a great<br />

team providing students with dynamic<br />

learning experiences. Numerous<br />

students have expressed a desire to<br />

continue the study of French. Students<br />

leave with a greater appreciation of<br />

cultures and languages. This is key to<br />

broadening their horizons.<br />

Year 8 students mastering the art of<br />

French cooking with a French chef.<br />

?<br />


<strong>ET</strong>ASC Graduate<br />

Student Pheobe’s<br />

Pathway to Marine<br />

Science<br />

I was sceptical about <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Secondary College (<strong>ET</strong>ASC) during my<br />

first interview, I believed it wouldn’t<br />

be different, I have never been more<br />

incorrect in my life!<br />

Within my first 3 months at <strong>ET</strong>ASC<br />

in 2016, I had not only made friends<br />

but was able to ask for the lead role<br />

in a small play for the end of year<br />

Celebration Assembly that would<br />

be performed in front of around a<br />

hundred people. I wasn’t even able<br />

to speak in front of my class at my<br />

previous school, my nervousness always<br />

got the better of me.<br />

Over the next two years I was able to<br />

speak up for myself and contribute to<br />

discussions, expressing my opinions<br />

to the class and staff. With my newly<br />

gained confidence, my grades rose and<br />

I believed I might be able to complete<br />

the HSC.<br />

The ocean is my passion, or more so<br />

my obsession. I remember speaking to<br />

countless staff in the past about my<br />

passion, voicing my understanding of<br />

marine related theories and general<br />

ocean related information. Before <strong>ET</strong>ASC<br />

I couldn’t find anyone who knew how<br />

to put me on the right path towards a<br />

career related to the ocean.<br />

After finishing up at <strong>ET</strong>ASC in 2018, I<br />

continued my education at TAFE to get<br />

my ATAR. Finally, in 2020 I began my<br />

Bachelor of Coastal and Marine Science<br />

at The University of Newcastle.<br />

When I finish my degree, I will dive into<br />

my career of exploring the deep ocean<br />

for everything it has to offer. I know I<br />

wouldn’t have made it this far<br />

.<br />

Phoebe applying her science skills<br />

in 2017 at <strong>ET</strong>ASC.<br />

without <strong>ET</strong>ASC, especially the dedicated<br />

staff. Without their kindness and<br />

understanding of people who do not<br />

suit mainstream, I never would have<br />

been able to finish school.<br />

Phoebe addressing students in the<br />

Youth Arts Warehouse.<br />


<strong>ET</strong>ASC 2020 Excursions<br />

COVID May Have Restricted Some Excursions Students Could Attend,<br />

But We Still Managed to Squeeze In a Few Beneficial Outings.<br />

<strong>Australia</strong>n Walkabout Wildlife Park<br />

In Term 3, as part of the study of Geography, Year 8<br />

students explored the <strong>Australia</strong>n Walkabout Wildlife<br />

Park to learn about the impact humans have on our local<br />

environment and native animals.<br />

Students loved watching and trying to catch a selfie with<br />

the turkeys, chickens, emus and wallabies that roam freely<br />

around the park. They enjoyed patting the echidna, koala,<br />

dingo, tawny frogmouth owl and long necked turtle.<br />

Most students bravely touched the python.<br />

Duke of Edinburgh<br />

Great Aussie Bush Camp<br />

In Term 1, Years 7 and 8 students visited the Great Aussie Bush<br />

Camp at Tea Gardens for 3 days of outdoor activities where the<br />

focus was on recognising and dealing with each students’ sense<br />

of self, their purpose and motivation in life, as well as how to deal<br />

with the actions of others appropriately.<br />

Students returned to school from the camp exhausted and happy<br />

after engaging in activities linked to the topics they completed in<br />

PDHPE, Mathematics, Science and Geography.<br />

Throughout 2020, Duke of Edinburgh students<br />

completed four core activities to attain their bronze<br />

award, voluntary service, skill, physical recreation and<br />

adventurous journey.<br />

Students enjoyed hiking throughout Brisbane Water<br />

and Bouddi National Parks along with hiking up Mount<br />

Wondabyne. They explored the coastline between Putty<br />

Beach and Macmasters Beach and trekked from Woy<br />

Woy in the Brisbane Water National Park to the Patonga<br />

campgrounds where they set up camp overnight then<br />

returned to Woy Woy via Pearl beach.<br />


<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Secondary College<br />

Class Of 2020 Awards<br />

Year 10 Students Receive<br />

Their RoSA and High Achievers<br />

Are Recognised for Their<br />

Achievements.<br />

Recognising the completion of Year 10, students gathered<br />

in the hall for the last time as a group on the 20th of<br />

November 2020. Students were presented with their Record<br />

of School Achievement (RoSA) and high achievers were<br />

recognised for their achievements throughout the year with<br />

individual and subject awards.<br />

Congratulations to our <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Secondary<br />

College 2020 award winners:<br />

Kayla with Assistant Principal Lachlan Scott.<br />

Christopher with Principal Tony Mylan.<br />

Award Winners<br />

First place in History – Tegan Monaghan<br />

First place in Mathematics – Kayla Huang<br />

First place in PDHPE - Kayla Huang<br />

First place in Science - Kayla Huang<br />

First place in Geography - Kayla Huang<br />

First place in English - Kayla Huang<br />

Christopher Ansell<br />

Congratulations to Christopher Ansell<br />

on being awarded the Principal’s Award<br />

which recognises high standards of overall<br />

achievement, attitude, academic progress and<br />

involvement in the school community.<br />

Congratulations to all Year 10 2020 graduates.<br />


Enrolling Now for<br />

2022 and Beyond<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Secondary College is an independent Years 7<br />

to 12 high school which equips students with the literacy and<br />

numeracy skills to be successful in employment and/or future<br />

study by delivering the mainstream curriculum in a safe and<br />

supportive learning environment.<br />

Now is the time to book your<br />

tour of the school for your child<br />

to attend <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Secondary<br />

College in 2022.<br />

With over 94% of graduates engaging in<br />

further studies or a career, you can be confident<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Secondary College will equip your<br />

child with the skills to be successful in ongoing<br />

studies and employment.<br />

The gifted and talented program<br />

helps me to think deeper about<br />

topics that I have never considered.<br />

Tristan, Year 11<br />

Book your tour at: etaustralia.com/secondary-college<br />

Click on ‘Enrol Today’.

How Honesty<br />

Got Me to<br />

Where I Am<br />

James Discusses How He Became the<br />

IT Technical Support Officer and Report Writer<br />

for North Construction<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>’s Business Development<br />

Manager Dana Mahia recently had<br />

the opportunity to meet with James<br />

Dainton and discuss his journey to<br />

becoming the IT Technical Support<br />

Officer and Report Writer for North<br />

Construction.<br />

In Year 10, James was top of his class.<br />

His strengths were Mathematics and<br />

Science. His Year 11 subjects were<br />

selected with the ambition of going to<br />

university to study Electrical Engineering.<br />

Unfortunately peer pressure during his<br />

teenage years started taking over his<br />

life seeing him get caught up with the<br />

wrong crowd at school where his nonattendance<br />

caused his grades to slide.<br />

By the time James finished Year 12 he<br />

didn’t have the marks he needed to go<br />

to university.<br />

James from<br />

North Construction.<br />

One day James was looking through<br />

job advertisements when he saw<br />

an advertisement for a business<br />

administration trainee specialising in<br />

accounts. James thought, “I’m good at<br />

Maths, why not?” so he applied. It turns<br />

out that this was a job for which <strong>ET</strong><br />

<strong>Australia</strong> Training College was recruiting.<br />

James met with an <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training<br />

College representative for screening and<br />

shortly afterwards, was invited to attend<br />

a panel interview at North Construction.<br />

James said he was very nervous going<br />

into the interview, particularly as he had<br />

his school report as a part of his CV<br />

which highlighted his lack of attendance<br />

at school.<br />

In the interview, James was brutally<br />

honest about his past and what led<br />

him to apply for the traineeship. James<br />

said he focused on his strongest skill,<br />

Mathematics, and explained how he<br />

had spent his first year out of high<br />

school paying for his mistakes. Shortly<br />

after, James was offered the traineeship<br />

role and was later told that it was due<br />

to his honesty and ability to recognise<br />

his errors. James was able to show his<br />

strengths and demonstrate how he had<br />

changed… “Honesty got me the job.”<br />


What comes naturally<br />

to me doesn’t to others,<br />

and that’s okay.<br />

James Dainton<br />

IT Technical Support Officer and<br />

Report Writer for North Construction.<br />

James completed a BSB30415 Certificate<br />

lll in Business Administration traineeship,<br />

onsite at North Construction. The<br />

traineeship included learning on the job<br />

with regular contact from his Trainer<br />

from <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College.<br />

During this time James became the<br />

IT whizz at work and was often the<br />

go-to person for any IT and computer<br />

related issues. James identified this as<br />

something he was good at and in one<br />

of his annual performance reviews,<br />

he expressed that he wanted to work<br />

in IT. Being a supportive employer,<br />

North Construction assisted James to<br />

enroll into an ICT40418 Certificate IV<br />

in Information Technology Networking<br />

qualification. At this time North<br />

Construction didn’t really have an IT<br />

department, however they supported<br />

James’ wish to engage in further<br />

study. James spent the next two years<br />

studying whilst working full time. “It<br />

wasn’t easy”, James said. He went on to<br />

explain that it was hard to keep focus,<br />

however when his manager saw he was<br />

falling behind she kept him accountable<br />

by setting weekly meetings with him to<br />

ensure progression.<br />

Twelve months after completing his<br />

qualification, James was formally made<br />

an IT Technical Support Officer with<br />

North Construction and recently has<br />

been promoted to IT Technical Support<br />

Officer & Report Writer. James says<br />

he still has challenges, one of them<br />

is breaking down the terminology so<br />

that all staff can understand what is<br />

happening with their technology. He<br />

said he now understands that “what<br />

comes naturally to me doesn’t to<br />

others, and that’s okay.” When James<br />

isn’t working onsite, he is required to<br />

travel for work. He works with many<br />

people, from the tradies onsite to the<br />

staff in the office and has been to The<br />

Philippines for further training.<br />

James’ manager, Nicole, says that<br />

James is a great employee and that<br />

his success is due to his commitment<br />

to the organisation and the hard work<br />

he puts in. They describe the work<br />

culture at North Construction as a<br />

team environment. Everyone supports<br />

everyone. All staff are offered a<br />

mentor to support them through both<br />

work and personal matters. James<br />

says his mentor is a Director of North<br />

Construction and he often takes advice<br />

from him which has assisted him both<br />

professionally and personally.<br />

North Construction has supported<br />

James to progress his career. He is<br />

happy working so close to home as<br />

a member of the North Construction<br />

team.<br />

15<br />

North Construction Grandstand<br />

building at EDSACC Oval, Bateau Bay.

Partnership Success<br />

with Songbird,<br />

a Disability<br />

Service Provider<br />

Creating Long-Term Entry-Level Jobs in<br />

the Disability Sector<br />

Songbird offers trusted NDIS supports<br />

for people with disabilities across the<br />

northern part of the Central Coast and<br />

Newcastle areas. Songbird is a recipient<br />

of the 2016 Disability Support Service of<br />

the Year, and is devoted to modernising<br />

disability care in <strong>Australia</strong>. Their problem<br />

wasn’t quality service delivery, but<br />

finding, training and empowering new<br />

staff to deliver their quality service to<br />

the disability sector.<br />

Enter <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Training College…<br />

Who worked alongside Songbird to<br />

devise a consistent pre traineeship<br />

training calendar which delivers<br />

Songbird job-ready staff for entry level<br />

traineeship roles that need to be filled<br />

multiple times throughout the year.<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>’s Business Development<br />

Manager, Dana Mahia, met with Caitlin<br />

16<br />

Ivan from Songbird to ask five important<br />

questions about the performance of the<br />

pre-traineeship program <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Training College are delivering for<br />

Songbird.<br />

Dana: Do you think a pre-traineeship<br />

program, for prospective trainees, has<br />

been valuable for Songbird?<br />

Caitlin: The pre-traineeship program<br />

from <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College<br />

is a valuable program that provides<br />

further information to candidates<br />

who are unfamiliar with the disability<br />

industry and what is involved in a<br />

support worker role. The program also<br />

gives potential candidates a better<br />

idea on what to expect entering into<br />

a traineeship with Songbird. A pretraineeship<br />

also allows <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>’s<br />

Training College disability trainer to<br />

evaluate the student’s interest in a<br />

Songbird traineeship by monitoring their<br />

work ethic and attitude during the pretraineeship<br />

program.<br />

Dana: How has moving to employing<br />

trainees benefited Songbird when<br />

compared to hiring people with existing<br />

qualifications but no experience?<br />

Caitlin: Traineeships allow new staff the<br />

opportunity to do theory and hands-on<br />

practical at the same time with support

from <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College,<br />

internal managers and senior staff<br />

members from Songbird. People with<br />

an existing disability related qualification<br />

who haven’t had prior experience may<br />

have forgotten a lot of their theoretical<br />

knowledge before starting in a practical<br />

disability role – this isn’t the case for<br />

Songbird trainees.<br />

Dana: Has Songbird been happy with<br />

the type of student <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training<br />

College organises to apply for the pretraineeship<br />

programs run throughout<br />

the year?<br />

Caitlin: Yes, we’ve been happy with<br />

the type of student <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training<br />

College recruits for our pre-traineeship<br />

programs. We understand not every<br />

student is absolutely perfect and<br />

suitable for a disability traineeship, but<br />

this is why the pre-traineeship program<br />

is in place, to find quality trainees.<br />

Dana: Have your Team Leaders<br />

been happy with the responsibility of<br />

mentoring and supervising trainees?<br />

How?<br />

Caitlin: Yes, our team leaders at<br />

Songbird are providing hands on<br />

mentoring and supervision to trainees,<br />

allowing them to evaluate their trainees’<br />

performance and capabilities first hand<br />

and guide them to improve where<br />

required.<br />

Dana: How does <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training<br />

College stack up against other RTOs<br />

Songbird has used in the past?<br />

Caitlin: <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College are<br />

currently our main provider for trainees.<br />

We have been extremely happy with the<br />

quality of service <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training<br />

College provides.<br />

From the two pre traineeship programs<br />

run in 2020, nine students have been<br />

17<br />

selected to become full time trainees<br />

with Songbird, giving them the<br />

opportunity to begin their career in the<br />

disability sector.<br />

To learn more about <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Training College pre-traineeship<br />

programs and how they can be of<br />

benefit to you or your business contact<br />

one of our Product Specialists.

Funding for Recovery<br />

Post COVID for Students<br />

and Businesses<br />

Funding is Available Now for Students and Businesses<br />

to Recover From the COVID Pandemic<br />

Did you know that both the Federal<br />

and State Governments have<br />

committed funds for staff and student<br />

training as part of their economic<br />

recovery plan?<br />

The funding available benefits both<br />

students or staff to train and upskill,<br />

and businesses alike.<br />

Skilling for Recovery –<br />

for Students<br />

Under the NSW Government’s Skilling<br />

for Recovery initiative more than<br />

100,000 people across NSW will have<br />

the opportunity to reskill for jobs of<br />

the future.<br />

The Skilling for Recovery initiative<br />

will provide fee free full and part<br />

qualification training places to<br />

students who may otherwise have had<br />

to pay a fee.<br />

The program assists job seekers who<br />

are wanting to re-train or upskill,<br />

it supports school leavers who are<br />

entering the workforce and it assists<br />

people who are currently employed by<br />

a business, but at risk of becoming<br />

unemployed.<br />

To be eligible for Skilling for Recovery<br />

funded full qualifications, a student<br />

must:<br />

• Meet the eligible criteria for Smart<br />

and Skilled (i.e. 15 years old or<br />

over, no longer at school, living or<br />

working in NSW and an <strong>Australia</strong>n<br />

citizen, <strong>Australia</strong>n permanent<br />

resident, humanitarian visa holder or<br />

New Zealand citizen)<br />

AND<br />

Meet one of the Skilling for Recovery<br />

eligibility categories identified below:<br />

• Youth 17-24 (currently employed or<br />

unemployed)<br />

• Commonwealth benefit recipient<br />

• Unemployed (not in receipt of<br />

Commonwealth benefit)<br />

• People expected to become<br />

unemployed<br />

Courses available at <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Training College under Skilling for<br />

Recovery include:<br />

• BSB20115 Certificate II in Business<br />

• BSB30115 Certificate III in Business<br />

• BSB30415 Certificate III in Business<br />

Administration<br />

• CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual<br />

Support (ageing or disability<br />

specialisations are available)<br />

• CHC30113 Certificate III in Early<br />

Childhood Education and Care<br />

Part qualification funding is also<br />

available under this initiative.<br />

For further information visit nsw.gov.<br />

au and search for ‘training for jobs<br />

of the future’, or contact <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Training College.<br />


Supporting<br />

Apprenticeship<br />

and Traineeship<br />

Commencements –<br />

for Businesses<br />

As part of the <strong>Australia</strong>n Government’s<br />

economic recovery plan, they are<br />

providing support to all employers<br />

who engage a new <strong>Australia</strong>n<br />

Apprentice or Trainee.<br />

Any business or Group Training<br />

Organisation that engages an<br />

<strong>Australia</strong>n Apprentice or Trainee on or<br />

after 5 October 2020 may be eligible<br />

for a subsidy of 50 per cent of wages<br />

paid to an Apprentice or Trainee<br />

between 5 October 2020 and 30<br />

September <strong>2021</strong>, to a maximum of<br />

$7,000 per quarter.<br />

Employers should contact an<br />

<strong>Australia</strong>n Apprenticeship Support<br />

Network Provider by going to<br />

australianapprenticeships.gov.au<br />

to find out further information on<br />

how to apply for the subsidy, including<br />

information on eligibility.<br />

The subsidy has been capped at<br />

100,000 places, so if you are an<br />

employer who has been considering<br />

taking on an Apprentice or Trainee<br />

there has never been a better time.<br />

You will need to act fast to make the<br />

most of the opportunity.<br />

Partnering with<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training<br />

College<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College is<br />

approved to deliver training for<br />

a variety of traineeships across a<br />

range of vocational areas including<br />

business, business administration, early<br />

childhood, individual support (ageing<br />

and disability).<br />

Employers, do you know…<br />

If <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College is your<br />

RTO of choice for the traineeship,<br />

we will assist with the recruitment<br />

of your Trainee at NO COST. Not<br />

only is there NO COST but our FREE<br />

recruitment services are obligation<br />

free. Meaning, if we don’t find you<br />

the right person for your Traineeship<br />

position, you don’t pay.<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College will<br />

advertise your Traineeship position on<br />

job sites as well as via our extensive<br />

networks to find the right person. We<br />

will phone screen applicants and short<br />

list them for your consideration.<br />

With so many Government initiatives<br />

available to assist with the recovery of<br />

the economy, there has never been<br />

a better time to enroll in training to<br />

reskill or to employ a Trainee for your<br />

business.<br />


Rebuild Your Business<br />

With Trainees<br />

Discover the Financial Benefits of Hiring a Trainee<br />

There is no doubt small business is doing it tough at the<br />

moment.<br />

The effects of COVID-19, bushfires and border closures has<br />

negatively affected the <strong>Australia</strong>n economy to the point<br />

where businesses are doubling down on making sure any<br />

investment comes with the appropriate return.<br />

This includes investment in staff and their wages where<br />

business groups are now commenting that continually<br />

absorbing wages increases without the corresponding<br />

increase in revenue, will affect the ability to re-invest profits<br />

into other areas. #<br />

So, what levers does small business have access to which<br />

positively affects their wage expenses in the short term?<br />

One such lever is Traineeships.<br />

Did you know that a Trainee’s wage can be less than half<br />

that of a worker with the same job description?<br />

It’s one of the best ways to add staff to your business while<br />

keeping your wage expenses low in the short term.<br />

In addition, the government provides generous incentives<br />

of up to $4000 * over the term of the traineeship to your<br />

business.<br />

To break this down for you, we looked at two sectors:<br />

• Business<br />

• Aged Care<br />

And used the following assumptions:<br />

• Trainee – employee is a school leaver (that is, within<br />

their first 12 months of being out of school) employed<br />

on a permanent part-time basis and working towards a<br />

Certificate III level qualification<br />

• Non-Trainee – employee is 18 years of age and has no<br />

more than 3 months of work experience and is employed<br />

on a casual basis<br />

The reason for using a part-time Trainee in the assumption<br />

is because a Trainee cannot be employed casually.<br />

We used the pay calculator from the <strong>Australia</strong>n<br />

Government Fairwork Ombudsman located at https://<br />

calculate.fairwork.gov.au/ (just click on the ‘Pay’ dropdown<br />

menu item) to look at the differences between the<br />

two assumptions.<br />

Natalia (pictured right) receiving her CHC33015 Certificate III in<br />

Individual Support (Disability) certificate upon completion of<br />

her Traineeship with Trilogy Disability Services.

Business<br />

Save 36% on hourly wages when you hire a part-time Trainee vs a casual staff member.^<br />

Trainee Hourly Wage<br />

Casual Hourly Wage<br />

Aged Care<br />

Save 55% on hourly wages when you hire a part-time Trainee vs a casual staff member.^<br />

Trainee Hourly Wage<br />

Casual Hourly Wage<br />

You can do this calculation across many industries, to see<br />

the wage expense savings available when Trainees are<br />

hired.<br />

As the <strong>Australia</strong>n economy re-opens, you may be asking<br />

“how am I going to rebuild my business to where it was?”<br />

One question to ask is, “how can a Trainee help with<br />

building my business and optimise my wage expenses?”.<br />

Then ask, “what time does <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College<br />

open?”<br />

Our qualified and experienced staff will spend the required<br />

time with you to go over all that is required with hiring a<br />

Trainee and will even help with recruitment, free of charge,<br />

for entry-level positions in Business, Aged Care, Disability<br />

and Early Childhood.<br />

Contact us for a no-obligation conversation that may save<br />

you thousands of dollars.<br />

*Eligibility criteria applies<br />

^Examples above are examples of award wages only. <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College encourages all employers to check Trainee wages with the<br />

Fairwork Ombudsman and their respective Human Resources and accounting services.<br />

# Wage rise a blow to small retailers, SBS, <strong>March</strong> ’19, https://www.sbs.com.au/news/wage-rise-a-blow-to-small-retailers-group<br />


A Wonderful<br />

Example of How<br />

V<strong>ET</strong> Can Transform<br />

a Career<br />

Meet Rebecca.<br />

In 2013, Rebecca completed her HSC<br />

at Wyong High School and began<br />

travelling worldwide. In between<br />

adventures, Rebecca worked in retail<br />

on and off before commencing a<br />

full-time Traineeship with <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong><br />

Training College and employed by<br />

Central Coast Group Training (CCGT)<br />

and hosted by one of their employers.<br />

This traineeship gave Rebecca the<br />

opportunity to commence a BSB30115<br />

Certificate III in Business whilst<br />

working and receiving an income.<br />

Unfortunately, due to some adverse<br />

circumstances, Rebecca was not able<br />

to complete her traineeship with her<br />

host employer and returned to casual<br />

work in the retail industry.<br />

During this period, Rebecca stayed<br />

in touch with her Field Officer from<br />

CCGT. When the opportunity arose<br />

for a Trainee Receptionist at CCGT, her<br />

Field Officer knew exactly who to call.<br />

Rebecca completed her BSB30115<br />

Certificate III in Business with<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College in early<br />

2018. As CCGT considered her such a<br />

wonderful employee, they kept her on<br />

full-time. In July 2018 she was given a<br />

well-deserved promotion, working in<br />

recruitment for CCGT.<br />

These days, no two days are the same<br />

for Rebecca. Her role is varied, and<br />

her time is spent liaising with host<br />

employers, writing job advertisements,<br />

screening candidates who have applied<br />

for roles and interviewing them. In June<br />

2019, Rebecca decided to further her<br />

education by enrolling in a BSB41015<br />

Certificate IV in Human Resources and<br />

with the support of CCGT is completing<br />

her second V<strong>ET</strong> qualification.<br />

Since starting with CCGT, Rebecca<br />

recognised she has gained<br />

independence and has been able to<br />

22<br />

move out of home and pay off her<br />

car. She has also grown personally and<br />

professionally in her career.<br />

Rebecca’s goals for the upcoming<br />

future include finishing her BSB41015<br />

Certificate IV in Human Resources as<br />

well as saving a deposit to buy a house.<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College is glad to<br />

have played a hand in such a brightlooking<br />

future for Rebecca, and we<br />

congratulate her on all her amazing<br />

efforts so far.<br />

Rebecca works for<br />

CCGT in Tuggerah.

Upcoming <strong>2021</strong><br />

Training Programs<br />

Enquire now to apply for any of the <strong>2021</strong> programs below:<br />

Program Code<br />

and Name<br />

Next Classroom<br />

Start Date<br />

End<br />

Date<br />

Classroom<br />

Days<br />

Time<br />

Location<br />

Additional<br />

Delivery Modes<br />

Individual Support (Ageing)<br />

CHC33015 Certificate III in<br />

Individual Support (Ageing) 7 April 6 August Wed, Thurs, Fri<br />

9:00am to<br />

3:00pm<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>,<br />

Gosford<br />

Traineeship /<br />

Self Paced<br />

CHC33015 Certificate III in<br />

Individual Support (Ageing) 19 May 8 December Wed, Thurs<br />

9:00am to<br />

3:00pm<br />

Young Parents<br />

Hub, Wyong<br />

Traineeship /<br />

Self Paced<br />

CHC33015 Certificate III in<br />

Individual Support (Ageing) 12 July 15 November Mon, Tues, Wed<br />

9:00am to<br />

3:00pm<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>,<br />

Gosford<br />

Traineeship /<br />

Self Paced<br />

CHC33015 Certificate III in<br />

Individual Support (Ageing) 18 August 17 December Wed, Thur, Fri<br />

9:00am to<br />

3:00pm<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>,<br />

Gosford<br />

Traineeship /<br />

Self Paced<br />

Individual Support (Disability)<br />

CHC33015 Certificate III in<br />

Individual Support (Disability) 16 <strong>March</strong> 15 June Tues, Wed, Thur<br />

9:00am to<br />

3:00pm<br />

<strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong>,<br />

Gosford<br />

Traineeship /<br />

Self Paced<br />

Business<br />

BSB30115 Certificate III<br />

in Business 7 June 10 November Mon, Wed<br />

BSB30415 Certificate III<br />

in Business Administration<br />

9:00am to<br />

3:00pm<br />

Young Parents<br />

Hub, Wyong<br />

Start this course today. Call <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> on 4323 1233 or email training@etaustralia.com<br />

Traineeship /<br />

Self Paced<br />

Traineeship /<br />

Self paced<br />

Early Childhood<br />

CHC30113 Certificate III in Early<br />

Childhood Education and Care 1 <strong>March</strong> 6 December Monday<br />

CHC30113 Certificate III in Early<br />

Childhood Education and Care 18 May 15 <strong>March</strong> 2022 Tues<br />

CHC50113 Diploma of<br />

Early Childhood Education and Care<br />

CHCPRT001<br />

Child Protection Training<br />

9:00am to<br />

3:00pm<br />

9:00am to<br />

3:00pm<br />

Young Parents<br />

Hub, Wyong<br />

Young Parents<br />

Hub, Wyong<br />

Start these courses today. Call <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> on 4323 1233 or email training@etaustralia.com<br />

Traineeship /<br />

Self paced<br />

Traineeship /<br />

Self Paced<br />

Traineeship<br />

Work based /<br />

Self paced<br />

Subsidised training places available (subsidised by the NSW Government), eligibility criteria applies.<br />

Actual end date may vary depending on completion of any required mandated work placement hours.<br />

Units of competency from within each of these qualifications are available individually or can be grouped to meet a specific need.<br />

Call <strong>ET</strong> <strong>Australia</strong> Training College today on 4323 1233<br />

or email us at training@etaustralia.com to apply.

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