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Short Story Finalist – Riley

The Day Technology Took Over The alarm clock buzzed at 5am as Jim was suddenly woken from a deep sleep. He wished he could roll over and pull the sheets back up. Looking out the window at another cloudy day, he sighed. Picking up the cleanest work shirt he could find off the floor, he...

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Short Story Finalist – Will

The Last Breath Beep! Beep! Beep! The sirens are screaming to evacuate the mines. We were warned but nobody believed it. The earthquake was only supposed to be a small one. The structure is barely holding.  The sirens are deafening and the creaking on the surrounds is eerily telling the story on its own.  If...

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Short Story Finalist – Cooper

A cry for clothes The sun was just rising over the hills and the town was so alive, it seemed like the people of Ghana had been awake for hours, way before the sun had to wake up. My name is Mark Williams and I decided to travel to Ghana for 2 days. Let me...

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AITC Weekly Connect – The Future of Industry

According to the latest McCrindle research findings, a young person currently sitting in an AITC campus will in their lifetime have 18 jobs and six different careers. The world of work and industry is evolving and the much of what we had pre-COVID we will never see again. Industry is not moving to the next...

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AITC Weekly Connect – The teenage brain: under construction

Adult brains and teenage brains work differently. We may joke about it however research has confirmed that teenage brains are not fully developed and won’t be until around 25 years old. Until that age, the connections between the emotional part of the brain and the decision-making centre are still developing—and not always at the same...

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AITC young people on the road to success with the Frizelle Sunshine Automotive Group

Young people with a passion for the automotive industry are happiest when actively problem-solving in the garage. They diagnose faults,...

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AITC Weekly Connect – Reflecting on Term 1

As we conclude Term 1, with many of us needing to reset and recharge, it is timely to also reflect on what have achieved in such a short time. Despite the ongoing challenges of COVID, as well as the weather event which caused significant floods, our young people have demonstrated resilience and determination. Some highlights...

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AITC Weekly Connect – Celebrating the small wins

Celebrating the small wins  “Don't try to rush progress. Remember -- a step forward, no matter how small, is a step in the right direction. Keep believing.” Kara Goucher, Olympic Athlete In our daily hustle and bustle, trying to get things done, we can be so focused on the ‘to do list’ that our attention...

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AITC Weekly Connect – The Glass Door

Close your eyes. Take a moment and imagine a carpenter. Then imagine a hairdresser. What gender did you picture for each of these roles? We have all heard about the wage disparity gap, about discrimination, about the glass ceiling. These are all unacceptable and with the value that every person brings to a workplace, to...

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AITC Weekly Connect – An Alliance Built on Trust

Why does industry trust us? Because deep in our DNA our approach is to listen to industry… listen not talk. We don’t assume that we know what they need – we ask. And listen.   Our young people values are not words on a wall, but things we address with young people day-in day-out. We...

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