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Saturday, September 14, 2019

VCAL student learning on the job to create great career | Warrnambool Standard

Rachael Houlihan, Journalist at The Warrnambool Standard says, TERANG'S Dylan Rowe is a passionate music and sound lover, and is gaining invaluable experience at Warrnambool's Lighthouse Theatre while still completing year 12.

 LOVE OF SOUND: Terang College student Dylan Rowe is studying an audio engineering course and works at the Lighthouse Theatre. 
Photo: Anthony Brady
He is undertaking a specific program to help him achieve his dream of becoming a professional audio engineer.

He works at the theatre on performance days, and Xavier Dannock said he was an asset to the team.

Mr Dannock said the South West Local Learning and Employment Network had worked closely with the Lighthouse Theatre to create an opportunity after identifying a student who wanted to learn more about sound and audio.

The Structured Workplace Learning (SWL) Program provides students with 20 days of industry experience alongside their school work...

He said working at the Lighthouse Theatre as part of the structured workplace learning and his audio engineering course were "good stepping stones" to gaining a place at Collarts.

Source: Warrnambool Standard