The team at Beacon are working on an exciting collaboration to create a suite of online resources, including some of our traditional online programs and some new content. As more and more schools across Australia is moving into an online learning environment, Beacon Foundation is here to support you. In time for Term 2, Beacon […]
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Like so many other organisations, Beacon are making decisions made with the health and wellbeing of our staff, schools, young people, partners and families at the centre of our thinking. With recent changes to Department and school policy and with the health and wellbeing of all in mind, Beacon’s face-to-face Program and Services activities, including […]
Interested in hotels, hospitality and holidays? Let’s be honest, who isn’t? We have been able to secure two of Australia’s leading minds in this area and are delighted to be able to share them with you through Industry Live on 18 March, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM AEDT. Last Friday night in Canberra Macq01 Hotel […]
Ulverstone’s Collective ed. team is working together with the community to enable young people to thrive, increase year 12 attainment and identify ways more young people can transition into meaningful pathways after school. This week, the Central Coast community held an event to celebrate the Central Coast 100 Day Challenge and to launch Doors to […]
Sixteen Year 9 and 10 students from the Mountain Heights School in Queenstown have been given a rare insight into the construction of the Granville Harbour Wind Farm this week, as part of a two-day intensive program aimed at exploring ‘future work’ opportunities in the renewable energy industry. Granville Harbour Wind Farm Project Manager Peter […]
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