Yulara Centre report 


The Yulara Centre report starts on a sad note with the passing of Charles Darwin University (CDU) student, Braedon Lusty. Braedon was injured in a rugby match last Friday night and passed away at Royal Adelaide Hospital.

Jade Kudrenko, lecturer in horticulture and conservation land management, says Braedon was an excellent role model who worked to a very high standard.

“Through his willingness to learn and to share his skills with others he was a great role model for other apprentices. On a personal note, I remember Braedon as a kind young man forever with smile on his face, I am sure he will be greatly missed,” she said.

On a brighter note, the campus has been busy with visiting lecturers.

Nick De Silva has paid three visits since the last report. Normally visiting once a month, Nick has helped with extra hospitality training.

Jade Kudrenko will be here next week to assess students.

Judy Bell will be visiting on 18 October to see retail students and certificate IV business students.

Allan Arthur, casual IT lecturer will be delivering a basic computer course on 18 October.

Finally, we have had strong enquiries for VET business and hospitality courses.

CDU in conjunction with Voyages offers Ayers Rock Resort staff many opportunities.

VET courses of varying levels are offered in hospitality, cookery, retail operations, tourism, business, information technology, horticulture, conservation and land management and more.

Visit the Yulara Centre website.