COVID-19 readiness - you CAN ask that!

Posted by Marcellin Campus on 31 March 2020
COVID-19 readiness - you CAN ask that!

We know the COVID-19 coronavirus is causing a great deal of uncertainty for SACE students.

Using the same format as the ABC's You Can't Ask That, watch the You Can Ask That video to hear Martin and Stuart answer students' concerns about the impact of COVID-19 on SACE and SATAC processes.

Visit the SACE website to stay up-to-date on how the SACE Board is supporting students, schools and teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

 

 

 

2019 Apprentice of the Year, Kalista Dellow

Posted by Marcellin Campus on 15 November 2019
2019 Apprentice of the Year, Kalista Dellow
Congratulations to our 2019 Apprentice of the Year Kalista Dellow!
Kalista is a first-year apprentice with Automotive Safety Engineering and she is studying Certificate III in Engineering (Fabrication).

A big congratulations to all students who graduated from Marcellin Campus last night. You are well prepared to tackle your next challenge and we wish you every blessing and success.
Thank you to REDARC Electronics for their support as major sponsors of the graduation and awards night and the Apprentice of the Year.

 

Upgrade your conviction to match your destiny

Posted by Paul Rijken on 14 November 2019
Upgrade your conviction to match your destiny
Cardijn College Marcellin Campus is well known for its unique program which specialises in working with young people to complete their studies in the SACE, coupled with a program in industry-specific training, leading to an Australian School-based Apprenticeship or employment.

This model of educating, training and guiding students from senior secondary education, through training to employment is what makes Marcellin unique in Australia. Offering flexible learning and pathways as students make important decisions about their future are necessary and expected. Our graduates, the class of 2019, are well prepared to leave their formal secondary schooling and prepare themselves for work and further training.

Our students graduate with a skillset and mindset to enter successfully into employment as critical and creative thinkers, ready to collaborate, communicate, access and analyse information, plan, organise and prioritise work. They are ready and able to put their technical knowledge and experience to the test, knowing that they are work-ready and on their journey to be fully-qualified and skilled in the employment pathway of their choice.

Our graduates have been educated and trained in a Catholic school which prides itself on Catholic values inspired by the Charism of Saint Marcellin Champagnat. Our students embrace the five Marist characteristics of Presence, Simplicity, Family Spirit, Love of Work and In the Way of Mary. Our Christian values connected with our excellence in education and training, produces a graduate who has a well-rounded experience and skill set. The challenge for our students is to put these experiences and skills to the best use in their future and to make a real difference as a global citizen.

I extend my gratitude to the staff of Marcellin for their outstanding work with our students, their families and the community. Their dedication, their service and commitment to providing an outstanding quality in education and training is recognised and acknowledged.

Our class of 2019 has excelled in their completion of Year 12. This is verified by ALL Year 12 students completing their SACE and training requirements and those who are recipients of commendations and awards. I extend my congratulations to every student graduating and to their families who have been instrumental in supporting their son or daughter.

The Cardijn College Board under the leadership of Ms Helen Bates has continued to support and commit to the ongoing development of our Marcellin campus. This year we opened a new wing with training facilities to support Hair and Beauty, Health and Personal Care and Early Learning. These facilities also included the REDARC Technology Centre which was designed specifically for our STEM studies. We are also delighted with our $800,000 redevelopment of the frontage of the campus and the new student outside area and café, which is currently in progress. We thank Helen and members of the Board for their dedicated and committed service.

Our Industry partners are part of our success and we thank them for their commitment, continued support and contribution to our training quality and industry opportunities. We recognise and appreciate the importance of their involvement in partnership with Marcellin.

Finally, to the class of 2019, I leave you with this thought: "Don't downgrade your dream just to fit your reality. Upgrade your conviction to match your destiny". You are well prepared to tackle your next challenge and we wish you every blessing and success.
 

Official Opening and Blessing of the Vocational Education and Training Enhancement Project

Posted by Marcellin Campus on 3 September 2019
Official Opening and Blessing of the Vocational Education and Training Enhancement Project
Last Friday we hosted the Official Opening and Blessing of the Vocational Education and Training Enhancement Project.

We are so proud to bring to life our new dedicated training and learning facilities through partnerships with REDARC Electronics, Clip Joint Education and Queensford College under the Capital Grants Program.

We would like to thank Senator Alex Antic, Katrine Hildyard MP, Chris Picton MP, Father Josy, students and staff for being part of the day's blessing.

For more photos, see our Facebook post here.

 

Marcellin Technical celebrates the graduation of the Class of 2018

Posted by Paul Rijken on 22 November 2018
Marcellin Technical celebrates the graduation of the Class of 2018
Marcellin Technical, a campus of Cardijn College is known for its unique program working with young people to complete their studies in the SACE alongside industry-specific training, leading to an Australian School-based Apprenticeship. Marcellin Technical is committed to supporting students beyond their Year 12 graduation with their ongoing training requirements. This model of nurturing and guiding students in senior secondary education, through training to employment is what makes Marcellin Technical unique in Australia. Offering flexible learning and pathways as students make important decisions about their future is necessary and expected. Our graduates, the class of 2018, are well prepared to leave their formal secondary schooling to enter work and take on further training.

We congratulate the Class of 2018 as skilled, critical and creative thinkers, ready to collaborate, communicate, analyse information, plan, organise and prioritise work. They are ready and able to put their technical knowledge and experience to the test, knowing that they are work-ready and on their journey to be fully-qualified and skilled tradespeople.

The Class of 2018 have been educated and trained in a Catholic school which prides itself on Catholic values inspired by the charism of St Marcellin Champagnat. Our students embrace the five Marist characteristics of Presence, Simplicity, Family Spirit, Love of Work and In the Way of Mary. Our Christian values, connected with our excellence in education and training, produce a graduate who has a well-rounded experience and skill set. The challenge for our students is to put these experiences and skills to the best use in their future and to make a real difference as a global citizen.

I extend my gratitude to all the staff at our Marcellin campus for their outstanding work with our students, their families and the community. Their dedication, their service and commitment to providing outstanding quality in education and training is widely recognised and acknowledged.

Our class of 2018 has excelled in their completion of Year 12. This is verified by the significant number of students who have completed their SACE and training requirements and are recipients of commendations and awards. I extend my congratulations to every student graduating and to their families. Special congratulations to Hannah Watson who was awarded the Apprentice of the Year Award sponsored by REDARC. Hannah is an outstanding student and worthy recipient, who has excelled in the field of Hair and Beauty with her training through Clip Joint Education.

Our industry partners are a big part of our success and we thank them for their commitment, continued support and contributions. We recognise and appreciate the importance of their involvement. We especially thank REDARC, CCI, City of Onkaparinga, Catholic Education, MTA, Marist Schools Australia, MEGT, Master Plumbers SA, Australian Defence Force, Apprentice Employment Network, BOC, Caltex and Mercury Printing.

Finally, to the class of 2018, I leave you with this thought: "The past is your lesson. The present is your gift. The future is your motivation".
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