Northern Adelaide Senior College’s (NASC) construction students delved into the world of hands-on learning this week, mastering vital skills in wall installation, plastering, and patching up holes.
Under the expert guidance of their VET trainer, the students engaged in immersive practical sessions, gaining invaluable experience in the fundamentals of construction.
The week-long workshop equipped the students with a comprehensive understanding of the techniques involved in installing walls effectively. From measuring and framing to plastering and meticulously patching up holes, the students honed their craftsmanship. The hands-on experience not only enhanced their technical skills but also instilled a sense of confidence in their abilities.
Principal Sarah Thompson commended the students’ dedication and the efforts of their instructors. “Our construction students have showcased their commitment to learning and building practical skills. These experiences are essential, providing them with a strong foundation for future endeavours in the construction industry.”
The immersive learning opportunity not only deepened the students’ understanding of construction processes but also highlighted NASC’s commitment to providing holistic education. By offering real-world experiences, the school ensures that its students are well-prepared for the challenges and opportunities that await them in their chosen field.