Resources and Facilities

Student Facilities

  • Extensive coverage of Chrome Books and other portable electronic devices available for classroom use
  • Student Learning Commons area
  • Student lockers
  • College radio room
  • Pods of furnished spaces throughout the buildings where students can socialise
Library

The Tuggeranong Library is designed and managed as a shared-use facility of Libraries ACT and Lake Tuggeranong College. It caters to the college community and the general public. The shared-use arrangement provides students with significant and unique learning advantages over stand-alone school libraries with:

  • Increased access to expertise from teacher librarians and public library staff
  • Access to the entire collections of all ACT Public Libraries  for books, journals, CDs, DVDs and videos
  • Online access to an impressive range of online    databases, catalogues and resources
  • Longer opening hours compared to other libraries
Connect Central
  • Well-resourced suite with specialist advisers in career  planning, vocational placements and life after college
College Life
  • The wellbeing hub of the College
  • Student Wellbeing Coordinators, Youth Worker, Chaplain and on-site Psychologist are found in this area
The Arts
  • Drama Theatre for 240+ patrons
  • Dance and Music studios
  • Mac computer labs supporting Photography and Media,  using industry standard Adobe software packages
  • Recording studio with industry-standard software
Business & Social Sciences
  • Large lecture theatre
  • Flexible and industry-focused learning labs
  • Specialist virtual reality and robotics suites
Physical Education
  • Air-conditioned gymnasium
  • Outdoor sporting facilities
Science
  • Well-equipped Science laboratories
  • An agriculture plot and glass houses
Technology
  • 21st century food technology facilities
  • Design lab with Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Industry-equivalent technology workshops
  • supporting Cert II VET training

Trade Training Centre (TTC)

LTC is part of the Tuggeranong VET Network of schools which also includes Erindale College, Caroline Chisholm School, Wanniassa School, Calwell High School, Lanyon High School and Namadgi School. Together, these partnering schools provide a range of nationally certified vocational education and training opportunities to students. Both colleges are also part of the Tuggeranong Sustainable Living Trade Training Centre (the TTC) – a commonwealth-funded program providing access to trade quality facilities.

What is on offer through the TTC?

Students enrolling at Lake Tuggeranong College or Erindale College can enrol in TTC courses at either college. Lake Tuggeranong College delivers nationally-recognised qualifications at the Certificate II level with pathways into Certificate III in:

  • Automotive
  • Building Construction
  • Furniture Construction

TTC funding has provided an additional purpose-built building for the delivery of Building Construction and Furniture Making. Additionally, the program has provided significantly refurbished workshops in support of Automotive and Metal. Both learning spaces boast industry-leading equipment supporting the best possible outcomes.