NEWS

All power to local students

About 60 local students today learned there’s a lot more to powering our homes and businesses than just flicking a switch when they took part in a workshop organised by the Queensland Minerals and ...
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Real-world experience benefits local students

Capella State High School students will test their computer programming and engineering design skills today while learning how to apply them in the real world in a workshop hosted by Glencore Coal and run ...
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Girls get resourceful with robots

St Margaret's Anglican Girls School students will have a headstart on the high-tech careers available in the resources sector when they learn to program a mini-autonomous vehicle today.
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Students vie for robot programming glory

Got a computer problem? Well give it to a seven year old! That is certainly ringing true today as students from Collinsville and Scottville state schools and St John Bosco Catholic School take part ...
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Students learn ups and downs of hydraulic design

What goes up, must come down. Right? Well not necessarily if you’re dealing with hydraulics, as students at Toowoomba State High School are learning today. They are working alongside Russell Mineral Equipment staff mentors ...
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GIRLS set their sights on careers in resources

QRCA career in the resources sector is firmly in the sights of 20 female Year 12 students from throughout the state who graduated from the highly successful Girls In Resources Life Skills (GIRLS) Mentoring ...
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