Education

RYDA program sees great success

Bundaberg Police assisted in the inaugural delivery of the Road Safety Education Youth Driver Awareness program recently, which saw over 80 hours of presentations, 78 controlled braking demonstrations, more than 350 volunteer hours and over 1,000 hotdogs.

Free TAFE and apprenticeships extended

Free TAFE and apprenticeships for under 25s will now be extended to 2023, providing the opportunity for even more young Queenslanders to gain qualifications.

Students take part in AgTech Immerse Day

Local students have been given the opportunity to take part in an AgTech Immerse Day, learning about how emerging technologies are being incorporated into agribusiness.

Local students learn road skills

Year 10 students from a number of local schools have been given the opportunity to prepare themselves for situations they may face on the road at Rotary Youth Driver Awareness sessions.

Classrooms, amenities and more open at BCC

Bundaberg Christian College has officially opened a range of new buildings as part of an expansion to the Junior School precinct.

Students celebrated at QATSIF ceremony

Year 12 students were celebrated at an early graduation ceremony this week as part of the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Foundation scholarship program.

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