Join us at Broadmeadows campus for two nights of short films created by Kangan Institute’s Transition and Work Education (TWED) students.
The free TWED Short Film Festival, which is taking place on Wednesday 19 October and Thursday 27 October, is open to the public and will feature approximately 10 short films chronicling the learning experiences of over 100 students.
The creative minds behind the films are completing the Certificate I in Transition Education, Certificate I and II in Work Education and the Course/Certificate I in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy. The courses support post-school age learners with permanent intellectual disabilities to develop life skills, work readiness and options for further study.
Kangan Institute CEO Sally Curtain said the film festival was an annual display of student achievements and learning outcomes.
“Our Transition and Work Education programs play an important role in our community by helping learners access meaningful pathways beyond compulsory school, from work and life skills right through to preparing for further study,” Ms Curtain said.
“With our annual TWED Short Film Festival back for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re really looking forward to showcasing the potential of our amazing students and we’d love for the wider community to join us at this special event.”
To book tickets for the festival, visit https://info.kangan.edu.au/KI-TWED-Film-Festival