Sydney Royal Easter Show - TAFE NSW
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2018 Sydney Royal Easter Show
For 12 days, the Sydney Showground at Olympic Park will play host to agricultural competitions, animal experiences, live entertainment, carnival fun, shopping, and much more.
However, the Sydney Royal Easter Show is not just a great day out for everyone to celebrate a slice of the Australian culture and witness some of the best displays of agriculture the country has to offer. The Show is also a chance for the students of TAFE NSW to demonstrate the skills and knowledge they have acquired while studying.
TAFE NSW Landscaping students have been working on a real-life build, practicing skills like designing, teamwork, industry networking, problem solving, project management and working to a budget to create unique gardens.
At the Sydney Royal Easter Show, our students will be putting on a show of their own, so come to the Flower and Garden Pavilion to admire and be inspired by our students’ stunning displays.
Congrats to the hundreds Ryde, Richmond and Padstow students who contributed to the landscaping displays. There was great feedback from lots of attendees!
Studying the finer aspects of the floristry craft, TAFE NSW students will get the opportunity to put their skills to the test by participating in a number of different floristry competitions at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Come and visit the Flower and Garden Pavilion and observe the handiwork of our Certificate III and Certificate IV students, as well as presentations to the public, delivered by TAFE NSW staff.
Friday 23 MarchTAFE College Display
Judged by Heather Hammond International Judge from New Zealand who provided great feedback to each competitor
- 1st Place - Ultimo - Teacher Teena Willcox
- 2nd Place - Ryde
- 3rd Place - Yallah
For students who have just commenced their Certificate III course with any registered training provider. Judged by Wendy Delve and stewarded by Katina Callas and Kerry Little
- 3rd Place - Bronwyn Hutchinson - Ultimo
For Cert III students with any registered training provider. Judged by Wendy Delve and stewarded by Katina Callas and Kerry Little
- 1st Place - Niyom Naosrisorn - Ultimo
Judged by Heather Hammond, International Judge from New Zealand who provided great feedback to each competitor
- 2nd Place - Jeff Smith - Part time teacher Ultimo and Linda Taneja - Ultimo graduate
Ultimo Full Time Floristry staff members Wendy Delve and Katina Callas delivered an inspirational 2-hour floral presentation to the public on the Flower and Garden Pavilion stage.
Saturday 24 March
- NSW Smithers Oasis Design Cup as run for TAFE students with 7 competitors from Ultimo, Ryde and Padstow. Judged by Alan Randell-Smith (Melbourne) and Janine Batley (Canberra)
- TAFE Ultimo had 2 students competing with 1st Place awarded to Jemin Tan and 2nd Place Hilal Cevigoklu
In shearing sheds across Australia, registered wool classers prepare wool clips to meet standards required by the Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX) Wool Classer Code of Practice, ensuring it is properly graded for the world’s wool trade.
Aiming to recognise excellence in wool classing and education, the AWEX/TAFE NSW Graduate Wool Classer Competition is a chance to challenge TAFE NSW wool classing students and put their learning to the test. Come and see which student is top of the class, at the Sheep and Wool Pavilion.
Wednesday 28th March:
AWEX / TAFE NSW Graduate Woolclasser of the year:
3rd Place - Sophie Watson
Teacher - Pauline Smith
Campus – Armidale
Students studying visual merchandising at TAFE NSW work in practical, hands-on activities for the retail environment, participating in styling for exhibitions and displays, and this year, they have painted the show-jumping obstacles and will be helping with production for each day of the show.
At the Sydney Royal Easter show, students studying the Diploma of Visual Merchandising will be showcasing their prop production skills to the public, with student-manufactured props used as part of the floral installations at the Flower and Garden Pavilion.
TAFE NSW painting and decorating students are skilled in the areas of texture coating, staining, and spray painting, as well as the preparation, application and maintenance of a variety of surface coatings.
Their handiwork will be on display for all view, when professional riders compete in the showjumping arena, doing their best to clear an assortment of obstacles all designed and painted by TAFE NSW Certificate III in Painting and Decorating students. Learn how you can develop your painting and decorating skills.
TAFE NSW students have learned how to stage manage productions and events, sound balance, lighting cues and effects, audio mixing, and the management of lighting system installation from industry experts, and will now be putting their learning to the test at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
TAFE NSW Diploma of Live Production and Technical Survives students will be assisting with the set up and the production management of all activities in Hall 5, as well as in the horse experience marquee.