Palmerston campus is preparing for its campus forum on Wednesday 19 July. The forum aims to bring staff together to share information across schools and faculties, introduce new university processes and systems, and to discuss and share views and information about educational issues.
A number of staff will take the opportunity to showcase their courses, student projects and up and coming activities taking place throughout the semester.
A newly introduced campus initiative, it is hoped the forum will set a positive collegial approach to the start of the new semester, and anticipated that this type of activity will evolve into an annual campus symposium.
The forum will be officially opened and staff welcomed by the director, remote coordination, Paul Fitzsimons. Paul will also be a key note speaker for the forum, along with representatives from Marketing, Health, Safety and Environment and FAS.
Ian Hutton, lecturer tour operations, will be travelling to Borroloola at the start of semester to deliver Certificate I in Tourism to VETis students. Ian will also play a role at the Garma Festival from August 4-8 with tourism training and assessment.
Launch - RICA network Darwin region
On Tuesday 20 July the Chamber of Commerce is launching the Regional Industry Career Advisors Network in the Darwin Region. The launch will take place at Karawa restaurant on Tuesday 20 July from 10am.
David Tollner MHR will be representing the Hon Julie Bishop, Minister for Education, Science and Training. Guest speaker will be Chris Young, CEO of the Chamber of Commerce NT.
Certificate II in Hospitality (Asian Cookery) will commence on 29 July and run each Saturday until 2 December.
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Palmerston Campus welcomes the following new staff:
Josephine Buck (retail)
Gerret Johannsen (cookery)
Helena Bergman (beauty therapy)
Jane Marshall (hair)
Campus orientation for new students
An orientation program has been designed to welcome new students to Palmerston Campus in Semester Two.
The program will kick off on Monday 24 July with an hour long session from 9.30am in Building A lecture theatre and includes presentations and information from Student Support and Equity, the campus Indigenous support lecturer and administrator.