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The Advanced Technology Industry School Pathways Program is an initiative funded from the Commonwealth by the Department of Defence.

The program aims to increase the numbers of students studying science, maths and technology while at school and post school. The increase in professional and vocational pathways will provide greater workforce capacity for industries which support the growing defence industries in South Australia. There are nineteen schools involved in this program. The lead schools in the program are:

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Sarah Baker Program Manager
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Pam Gerrard Industry Broker
P 8226 5891 M 0407 118 914

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Advanced Technology Project
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3D Printing Competition
by Steve O'Connor - Monday, 1 February 2016, 2:20 PM
 

Come on down to the Advanced Technology Pavilion at the Royal Show and check out our 3D printing display. There were some excellent entries among the 42 sent in from 7 schools around the state.

(Edited by Mark Haughton - original submission Thursday, 3 September 2015, 2:12 PM)










 









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2015 Science Excellence Awards
by Steve O'Connor - Tuesday, 18 August 2015, 9:38 AM
 

Congratulations to Mr Simon Brooks from Henley High School who won the Early Career STEM Educator of the Year – School Teaching award last Thursday night.


 

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3D Printing Competition is on again this year!
by Steve O'Connor - Wednesday, 3 June 2015, 1:40 PM
 

The 3D printing competition for all secondary students that was launched last year is again being held in conjunction with the Royal Adelaide Show. There are three categories: Sculpture, Functional Object and Mechanical Moving Object

Each category has two age groups.

Details are available on the show website at http://www.theshow.com.au

$4 entry fee and online entries only this year.

Any questions please contact me on: pam.gerrard@sa.gov.au

3D Printing Competition Flyer

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3D printing competition
by Steve O'Connor - Friday, 30 May 2014, 2:53 PM
 

3D printing competition

The Advanced Technology Project is partnering with the Royal Adelaide Show on an SA first 3D printing competition.

 

The competition is open to all South Australian secondary students in the categories of ‘Mechanical moving object’ and ‘Sculpture’, in both junior and ...

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St Patrick's Technical College student Liam Howden wins SA School-Based Apprentice of the Year
by Steve O'Connor - Thursday, 11 July 2013, 1:48 PM