Well done on the great design Margaret!!!
Yay...Block 1 of Certificate III in Sport and Recreation is complete! Our students were the first to use the brand new TAFE SA ropes course, giving it two thumbs up for fun!! Students also completed their Senior First Aid course, cooked some delicious meals and proudly represented SAASTA. Well done to all the students that participated!
SAASTA and the University of SA are putting together a team for Youth Parliament 2014. If you would like to be involved please talk to your SAASTA Coordinator. http://www.sa.ymca.org.au/our-services/youth-parliament/
SAASTA graduate and AFL rookie Sean Lemmens is set to debut with Gold Coast Suns this weekend. Good luck Sean! http://www.afl.com.au/news/2014-03-13/three-new-suns-to-rise
Meet the coach of the inaugural Aboriginal AFL Academy Mr Eugene Warrior. The Combine (Trial) has been set for March 22 at PAFC at Alberton Oval starting at 8.30am. Please share this news and information around and contact Paul Vandenbergh at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lindsay Bassani at Lindsay.Bassani@sa.gov.au for all enquiries and expression of interest. Port Adelaide Football Club South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy
A typical day at the Mawson Lakes Academy. Students are looking good in their new uniform too!
2014 is going to be a huge year for SAASTA! We are partnering with Port Power to launch the Power AFL Academy! http://www.afl.com.au/news/2014-02-12/power-launch-aboriginal-academy
SAASTA legend on track in the big league! Hardwork trumps "potential' everytime.
What dates r the Power Cup?
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Congratulations to all of the winners of the SAASTA 2013 Awards!! University of South Australia Student of the Year Award - Angela Giles University of South Australia Male Academic Achiever Award - Nicholas Schroeder University of South Australia Female Academic Achiever Award - Kayla Masters Department for Education and Child Development Chief Executive’s Peer Leadership Award - Chantel Wilson Power Community Limited Male Sports Achiever Award - Robert Young Sports Centre Female Sports Achiever Award - Eva Karpani Cool Ridge Academy of the Year - Mark Oliphant College Academy Pushing Performance Coordinator of the Year - Nick Drury
**Event Traineeship** Have you just completed Year 12 and looking for a traineeship? The Adelaide Convention Centre has an outstanding opportunity available for five suitably motivated individuals to become part of our inaugural intake of Event trainees and undertake a 24-month full-time traineeship in Events, commencing Monday 13 January, 2014. For more information http://www.adelaideccjobs.com.au/view-job-details/?profId=&src=&v=103&ref
A big congratulation to Sean Lemmens on being drafted to the Suns. Seany has come through the Aboriginal Power Cup program through the South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy and deserves his shot and we hope he has great success . Good luck young brother.
A big congratulation also to Sean Lemmens on being drafted to the Suns. Seany has come through the Aboriginal Power Cup program through the South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy and deserves his shot and we hope he has great success . Good luck young brother.
The SAASTA Shield is over for 2013! We would like to congratulate all students on a fantastic effort and great sportsmanship over the two day event.
SAASTA Certificate III Graduation - CHAMPIONS!
Starting the Day Do you know that the words you use are not only a reflection of your attitudes, but that the words you choose can also create an attitude? Today, let's take that thought a little further. Research has proven that human beings think with words. Those words create pictures in our minds, and because of past experiences and personal histories emotion (or emotions) automatically get attached to those pictures. This happens regardless of each individual's native language, and it is the words that are the initial trigger. As an example, Seattle basketball legend Lenny Wilkens recently was asked what had served him well over the years. He replied, "I wake up in the morning and say, 'Good morning, God,' rather than, 'Good God, it's morning.'" How many of us fall back on the second comment - or something similar - and then find we have to drag ourselves out of bed, stand in the shower trying to convince ourselves we want to get up, and then find we "fight" traffic all the way to work. All the while, we are pushing back against the "have to" of starting our day. This "have to" attitude has a good chance of coloring the rest of the day. How much better would life be if we started each day with a little appreciation for yet another opportunity to contribute to the betterment of the world - even in the smallest manner? A simple, heartfelt smile to the folks on the bus becomes a nearly effortless "pass along," a positive contagion for the rest of the day. Ask yourself, how did I start my day today? If it did, indeed, color the rest of today, then ask yourself, how do I want to start the day tomorrow? The Pacific Institute thepacificinstitute.com
Have you played in the Aboriginal Power Cup? If yes, then you may be eligible for a scholarship to the value of $2000 per annum for the duration of your UniSA degree. For more information go to: http://www.saasta.sa.edu.au/latest_news/latest_news
Check out the new SAASTA Snapback Hats!
Job Listed Aboriginal Liaison Officer/Family Advisor More info at http://ourmob.net/display-job/64/Aboriginal-Liaison-Officer-Family-Advisor.html