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Senior Schooling News With Natalie Jounquay

Senior Schooling News
With Natalie Jounquay
Years 10 and 11 Students
If you are interested in studying at CQU in 2018 (when you are in Year 11 or Year 12) for one day a week completing a certificate course, see Ms Jounquay for an application pack. Applications need to be submitted to CQU as soon as possible.
 Courses available are: 
  • Certificate II Horticulture
  • Certificate II Automotive Vocational Preparation
  • Certificate I Construction
  • Certificate II Engineering Pathways
  • Certificate II Salon Assistant
  • Certificate II Hospitality
  • Certificate II Kitchen Operations 
Awards for EQIP Students
Congratulations to the following students who have received awards for their participation in the EQIP Process Plant Operations programs. These nominations were selected by program industry and education partners. 
EQIP Process Plant Operations – year 1 cohort
Student of the Year – Cade Gyemore, Toolooa State High School 

EQIP Process Plant Operations – year 2 cohort
Ambassador of the Year – Leham Johnston, Toolooa State High School 
EQIP EPMA Graduation
Congratulations to all of our Years 11 and 12 students who graduated from the program on Thursday 26th October. Students in Year 1 of the program completed a Certificate II in Process Plant Operations at CQU one day a week, and students in Year 2 of the program (who completed their certificate last year) participated in structured work placement at the Gladstone Ports Corporation. Well done to these hard working students! 
2018 CQU Applications
Applications for 2018 CQU certificates are now open. Application packs can be collected from the Senior Room. If your student (in Year 11 or 12 in 2018) is interested in studying a Certificate II course at CQU, see Ms Jounquay for more information. 
Reminder from the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC)
Education Courses
Reminder: Students MUST submit a personal statement as part of the criteria if applying for any education course. 
QTAC now have two example statements on their website. If students don’t know how to tackle the statement, this is a great place to start. See here: