While the format, application and delivery may differ, they all have one thing in common – supporting young people to not only cope, but thrive.
An innovative way to deliver vocational learning embedded within Youth Opportunities Personal Leadership Program. Delivered in a flexible model to support school and industry whilst students complete a specialty industry pathway program or flexible school based apprenticeship, Aim develops the skills participants need to build their enterprise and employability skills, enhance leadership and support successful and sustainable outcomes for their transition from learning to earning.
Piloted in 2020, these programs are designed to combat a myriad of issues identified by young people, schools and industry affecting retention and successful transition into the workplace and gives students the opportunity to develop vital skills and competencies.
Delivery includes content specific to industry and entering the workforce, group learning and tailored 1:1 coaching, along with presentations from industry-relevant guest speakers who provide mentor support by providing relevant information and advice. Students explore and develop habits and attitudes of success and the obstacles they may encounter during their first year of employment, and how to successfully navigate through them as critical and creative thinkers.
On completion of the Youth Opportunities Personal Leadership Program, participants will also receive an additional 20 SACE credits.
Workshops designed to support youth services to provide young people with a range of tools, strategies and ideas to be positive, contributing leaders of their community.
Lead workshops can be tailored to an organisation’s specific needs, time and capacity, and is suited to councils, community groups, sporting clubs and more!
Confidence, self-belief, resilience and self-image.
Goal-setting skills, habits and the mindset needed to help them achieve their goals
Communication skills to be assertive with a team, advocate for others, and lead.
Leadership to take the initiative, challenge themselves, and have a positive impact on their own lives and the community.
Workshops to support Year 8 students as they transition to high school, by laying the foundation for self-reflection development, and by creating a positive school experience.
Offered to schools to educate, inform and provide strategies for teachers to support young people with mental health struggles.