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Hiking for Toowoomba Homelessness

Supporting the local community is a top priority for the AITC, and is a constant focus in the College curriculum. Recently, two young people from the Toowoomba campus joined Principal David Thompson in completing Hike for the Homeless. Caleb and Nick put up their hands to complete the hike with David, and completed the 10k...

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Thank you for attending I.C.E.!

The Gold Coast campus congratulated and celebrated the 2019 graduating cohort on Saturday 2 November at the Industry Celebration Evening (I.C.E.). This fantastic annual event is for graduates, parents, employers, staff, industry partners, and the AITC Board of Directors to celebrate the journey of the 3rd Year young people, and including the presentation of the 2019 Industry...

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Sunshine Coast Campus named Business Awards Finalist

This month, our very own Sunshine Coast campus were announced as finalists in the Education and Training category of the prestigious Sunshine Coast Business Awards. The AITC is so proud to have been listed among the best education and training organisations on the Sunshine Coast. The Sunshine Coast Business of the Year Awards recognise business...

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Tracey Millar joins the AITC

Tracey Millar has recently joined the team at the Australian Industry Trade College as the Principal of the new Ipswich Campus, which opens in January 2020. Tracey started her career locally, at Ipswich Girls Grammar, where she worked as a teacher for twelve years. Following this, Tracey spent three years in universities, one year at...

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Mainey family donates WWI figurine

The Gallipoli Room at the Gold Coast Campus is the home of a collection of cold cast bronze figurines that depict iconic scenes from World War I. The figurines serve as a reminder to our rich Australian history and remind those passing through about the great sacrifice made by the ANZACs during the Battle of...

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Alicia’s Year of the Great Outdoors

The Toowoomba Campus’ very own Alicia Murphy recently took a week off for a trip to New Zealand. But she didn’t spend her time across the Tasman skiing, bungee jumping, or skydiving like the typical Aussie visitor. She spent it on the 82 kilometre Heaphy Track at the top of the South Island. Alicia’s first...

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AITC apprentices are a shore thing

AITC Redlands student Cooper Seagg was recently signed up for a Marine Craft Construction apprenticeship with Pacific Power Cats. Chloe, one of the owners of Pacific Power Cats, says they had not taken on an apprentice for a decade previous to Cooper. “We have had a few apprentices that didn’t work out because they just...

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Students get the Navy experience

Anita Montero, Industry Consultant at the Sunshine Coast Campus, along with three of our Young People, Liam, Tom, and Zak, recently travelled to Sydney for a two day all-inclusive Navy Tech Trades Experience. The purpose for the experience was for the Young People to gain an insight into what will be involved in working as...

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Students give back at RedFest

The importance of giving back to the community is just one of the many lessons Young People at the AITC will learn during their time at College. Last week, a group of Redlands Young People volunteered to help set up the RedFest Strawberry Festival in the local area. The AITC strives to not only educate...

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Young People build garden beds for YellowBridge

Toowoomba Principal David Thompson believes that one of the most important things the AITC Young People can learn is the value of giving back to the community. Recently, a group of Young People from the Toowoomba Campus donated their time to volunteer with Yellowbridge. YellowBridge is a Toowoomba-based organisation that provides housing, disability support, and...

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