|Free Dylan Ely Online Masterclass Series
SAE will be hosting a series of free online audio masterclasses over the coming months.
These three free workshops are with acclaimed audio engineer Dylan Ely, an LA-based programmer with over 24 years of experience working with artists like Justin Bieber, Jay Z, Gwen Stefani, Ministry, Ludacris & Linkin Park.
Dylan will discuss the music industry and audio engineering basics and attendees will also learn the breakdown of Dylan’s technical process for mixing, signal flow, tour production and programming. Dylan will begin to lay the foundations of what makes a successful playback engineer and how to cut your teeth in the industry.
|Start Date||End Date||Location||Cost||Actions|
|01 Jul 2020||03 Jul 2020||South Brisbane||$499.00||Apply Now|
|08 Jul 2020||10 Jul 2020||South Brisbane||$499.00||Apply Now|
|21 Sep 2020||23 Sep 2020||South Brisbane||$499.00||Apply Now|
|28 Sep 2020||30 Sep 2020||South Brisbane||$499.00||Apply Now|
Move forward by giving back. Our Community Achiever Program (CAP) is open to people who volunteer for local community, social justice, sporting or cultural causes. In return, you’ll gain early entry and tap into leadership and development opportunities.
The Community Achiever Program (CAP) was previously named the Early Achievers’ Program (EAP).
The program offers future students who are active in their community early entry to their undergraduate course of choice. It also provides opportunities to enhance leadership and volunteering skills.
If you’re successful in applying for the CAP, you could receive an offer to study with us as early as August.
Anyone applying for an undergraduate bachelor course at ACU, with a demonstrated history of regular volunteering experience from an approved category, is eligible.
You can apply if you are one of the following:
We will only assess one application per person, so apply once and make it count.
Applications are open now.
See first-hand the science behind some of Tasmania’s leading agricultural businesses, including a robotic dairy, commercial flower producer, cider orchard, vegetable processor and more.
Feed your mind, Feed the world is a three-day camp experience for students wanting to learn about exciting career opportunities in agricultural science.
The camp is run by the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture, responsible for teaching agricultural science at the University of Tasmania.
The camp is free to attend and open to year 11 and 12 students. Meals and accommodation are included.
WHEN: 7-9 December 2020
WHERE: Camp Clayton in Ulverstone, Tasmania
COST: Free of charge
APPLY BY: 25 October 2020
(Travel costs to get to Tasmania covered by student)
|Making decisions about the future can be daunting, which is why we are hosting an online webinar. Hear from current USQ students, who hold a scholarships, about why USQ is the right choice for your students.
We are running the webinar twice, so you have two options:
Welcome to the Lourdes Hill College Careers Website.
This site provides a valuable resource for students and parents and will be updated regularly with a wide range of information and resources.
It is recommend that you sign up for calendar updates and the careers newsletter, to ensure you are always up to date with career related news.
If you have any questions, or would like to book in an appointment to come in and see me, please send me an email at email@example.com..edu.au.
Mrs Richelle Staley
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Booking an appointment
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