The Bendigo Tech School Maker Club is a creative after school program for young people aged 10 to 18. You’ll get to hang out, meet new people and take part in free tech activities within a supported environment where you will have the opportunity to develop your own projects using Tech School equipment.
View our 2021 teacher PD offerings. Bendigo Tech School offers a range of pedagogy-rich, tech-focussed professional development opportunities to support teachers.
There are still a few places left on the project team for this exciting community enterprise initiative.
A Tech School Ambassador is a leadership role for secondary school students who are interested in Science, Technology Engineering, Art, or Mathematics (STEAM).
Bendigo Tech School recently supported Bendigo South East College students to design solutions for a Victorian design challenge to solve problems in their community caused by Coronavirus.
Bendigo Tech School offers a range of pedagogy-rich, tech-focussed teacher professional development opportunities.
Find out all about new 2021 learning programs and our new modular program delivery model. It’s easier than ever to book our innovative STEAM learning programs to help your students build the enterprise capabilities and technology skills they need for the future of work.
Bendigo Tech School is hosting a full day of exciting forums and workshops at 2020BIIF.
Join three bee industry thought leaders as they discuss the importance of bees, IoT innovations, and the actions that we can take individually to help bee health and survival.
Regional Rail Revival (a Rail Projects Victoria project team) is upgrading the Bendigo and Echuca lines to make improvements to the way students and their friends and families travel. We want to hear the ideas our young people have for the future of rail travel in the region!
The Milk Carton Confessions is a project by composer Michael Sollis and percussionist Thea Rossen that explores our disposable culture, motives for recycling and how we live in a world where we consume more than we need.
Bendigo Tech School is celebrating International Women in Engineering Day by showcasing two amazing local women in engineering.
Calling all young designers, coders and makers in Years 5-10 + VCAL...join a global project to save bees from extinction.
Join us these school holidays for online workshops in game coding and design in Microsoft Kodu Game Lab!
Bendigo Tech School offers a range of pedagogy-rich, technology-focussed teacher professional development opportunities. Discover Teacher PD offerings available in Semester 2, 2020.
Our innovative programs empower students to develop contemporary enterprise and technology skills for jobs of the future. Check out our Semester 2, 2020, Student Programs Guide.
Are you curious about the future of science innovation?
All Tech School programs will now be delivered remotely via a mix of live streaming and online program resources. Check here regularly for updates.
Student programs are now available online, find out more!
List of some potentially helpful online teaching resources
The 2020 Student Ambassadors staying connected despite COVID-19 restrictions
The leadership workshop brought nine partner schools together to develop leadership skills for the future.
Are you curious about the future opportunities in Data Assets, Data Integration and Advanced Visual Data Analytics using GIS as a tool?
In these unprecedented circumstances, our priority is to protect the health of students, teachers, staff and the wider community.
This collaboration between the Discovery Science and Technology Centre and Bendigo Tech School gives Year 5 and 6 students a full-day gaming and coding experience and is the perfect way to celebrate International Women's Day.
Bendigo Tech School showcases three local heroes who encapsulate the United Nation’s values of representation and empowerment for future generations.
A Tech School Ambassador is a leadership role for high school students who are interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM).
The Lab is a free technology club for people aged 12 to 20 with High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome who enjoy working with computers and games.
Get the skinny on new 2020 programs, results from the Thales + Tech Schools Design Competition and more...
Join the Bendigo Tech School team in 2020. Place your expression of interest to be a Tech School Ambassador!
Winners announced for the 2019 Thales + Tech School Design Competition.
We would love to hear from you. Would you sign up for this pilot program? and if so, what works best for you?
We hosted 6 pre-service teachers, who over several visits, experienced the Tech School learning model. The training teachers then designed and deliver a short Tech School style STEAM program to a primary school class.
We regularly attend events like Elmore Field Days, to appreciate what is happening in agriculture and tech in Australia.
Facing a panel of judges from industry, shortlisted Thales + Bendigo Tech School Design Competition students are pitching their ideas against one another to make our community better and safer...
We recently partnered with Goldfields LLEN to create a 360 video workplace tour which aims to give primary school students insights into the ‘world of work’...
Being a Tech School ambassador has given me a variety of opportunities and lifelong skills...
I chose the Bendigo Tech School as my place for work experience because I’ve always had an interest in STEAM...
Fifty students from Bendigo secondary schools converged at the Bendigo Tech School on Friday 15 March to attend a Student Ambassador Bootcamp.
One of our key focus areas is construction, and there is an Australian company making leaps and bounds towards building with robots...
Jackie Plunkett is this year's Cisco Women in IT Awards ‘Outstanding ICT Technical Innovation Award’...
Ivan Neville presents a vital statistical snapshot of Bendigo’s labour market and trends in further education...
Many educational institutions now see the value and relevance of STEAM. The Bendigo Tech School has adopted STEAM as the basis of its education programs.
Bendigo Tech School is exploring the possibility of establishing a maker space in Bendigo and in 2018 hosted a community consultation.
A group of talented secondary students are at the forefront of the Bendigo Tech School development, which will foster inquisitive minds just like theirs.
Bendigo Tech School was excited to host Holger Dielenberg, Founder and Director of Melbourne’s Space Tank Studio on Wednesday 5 September.
Well done to all the Bendigo Secondary Students who entered our Furniture Design Competition - we are so excited to announce the winners!
The Bendigo Tech School uses co-design to solve community and industry problems...