4 July 2017
4 July 2017
We’re open. It’s business as usual at RGIT
It is business as usual at RGIT. All classes will continue to run as per the scheduled timetable. All day to day business operations will remain the same.
If current students have any queries or concerns, please contact student administration on (03) 8639 9000 during business hours or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
"A mother's love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity, it dates all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path". Although Mothers should be celebrated everyday, one special day is set aside every year to specially commemorate these super humans! Several students at RGIT leave thier home countries to experience an adventure abroad. Hence, they could not celebrate this Mothers Day with their Mums. However, with the advancements in technology barriers of place and time can be over come.
Hobart Language day is an initiative taken by Hobartians to celebrate World Book day (23rd April). Language has always been a medium through which mankind transfers ideas, knowledge and feelings. Coherent to it, books have been one of the most valued means to record the output and beauty of language. Thus, diversity in language has a tendency to generate multiple books.
A special training session was conducted for the Childcare students in first aid. Students learnt how to take care of emergency situations!!!
With over 8 years’ experience, Nildhara Gadani has done it all from teaching young children groovy dance moves to training them in art. If being an artist, dancer and trainer wasn’t enough Nildhara also enjoys doing community service. We caught up with her to discuss what inspires her.
Student Orientations are designed to clear the air and put new students at ease. RGIT had orientations for students for the April Intake in both the Melbourne and Hobart Campus. Staff and Administration got a chance to brief students on what to expect of their student lives here in Australia and at RGIT.
Students from the English Department participated in the Meld Magazine "Get to Work" Activity which taught them their legal rights at work through a fun and interactive card game.
The ECEC department had their first meeting with coordinator Jessica Gilbert recently. This is the first time all the new and old staff members met this year.