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Education videos

The videos below relate to Tasmania’s Education sector

Yasuko Hayashi’s Tasmania

Yasuko Hayashi, Japanese immigrant, Hobart resident, proud Tasmanian and the co owner of the very popular Three Japanese restaurant in Hobart presents her video postcard on Tasmania, Australia’s island state.

11 February 2015, Brand Tasmania

황 상미의 태즈메이니아 Sammi Whang’s Tasmania

호바트에 거주하며 노스 호바트에 위치한 인기 있는 슈박스 카페의 오너인 한국인 이민자 황 상미 가 호주의 섬, 태즈메이니아에서 비디오 영상을 보냅니다.

2 December 2014, Brand Tasmania

Mandarin Conversation at Daci & Daci

As excitement continues to build around the forthcoming visit of the President of China, Xi Jinping to Tasmania, Brand Tasmania took the opportunity to listen in on a conversation between four Chinese Tasmanians about what it is that makes Tasmania special for them.

9 November 2014, Brand Tasmania

Southern Gospel Choir Fundraiser

An invitation for Tasmania’s Southern Gospel Choir to visit the heartland of gospel music in the USA and to sing and learn from the best was an unbelievable opportunity. This is the story of a community turning opportunity into reality.

15 September 2014, Brand Tasmania

Michael Smith – UTAS

Michael Smith is a student at the Conservatory of Music at the University of Tasmania.

23 January 2013, Brand Tasmania

Learn Case Study – Giles

Hear from Giles, a lecturer at the Australian Maritime College, about how students take advantage of world-class research facilities, such as a towing tank and the fact that graduates are highly sought after due to the sound reputation of the college.

12 November 2012, Brand Tasmania

Learn Case study – Emma

Hear how Emma, who packed her bags and moved from Sydney, is enjoying Launceston’s relaxed and affordable lifestyle. Emma is studying for a Bachelor of Business in Maritime and Logistics Management at the Australian Maritime College.

12 November 2012, Brand Tasmania

Learn Case study – Libby

Libby is a passionate teacher working at Tasmania’s first 5-green star rated school. The Kingston High School is taking advantage of the latest IT resources and an engaging learning environment, where parents can be confident teachers care about their students.

12 November 2012, Brand Tasmania

Learn Case Study – Madi

Madi is an event manager who learnt her practical skills at Tasmania’s Hospitality college, Drysdale, before expanding her knowledge at the University of Tasmania. Madi believes ‘Tasmania is a ripe cherry waiting to be plucked’ because of its vibrant career opportunities.

12 November 2012, Brand Tasmania

Learn Case study – Pat

Hear about Pat’s fantastic job teaching outdoor education at Rosny College and about the range of activities that students experience, such as surfing, climbing and abseiling. Pat believes the benefits of Tasmania’s senior secondary colleges are the broad range of subjects and access to specialised units offered to students.

12 November 2012, Brand Tasmania

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