NDIS School Leavers Grow and Prosper 9 week course

NDIS Year 11 – 12 Students and School Leavers

Not sure what you want to do when you leave school?
Our GAP – Grow and Prosper (Taster) program focuses on developing skills in communication, business technology, word processing, spreadsheets, effective relationships, customer service, work practices, job readiness and much more.

This program echoes the role of individuals in a variety of junior positions including, retail, business, customer service and hospitality, who perform a range of mainly routine tasks using practical skills and fundamental operational knowledge in a defined context. Individuals in these roles generally work under direct supervision.

Our program is designed for NDIS participants who wish to further develop practical, workplace and job seeking skills in a safe, nurturing environment to support daily living and life tasks, communication and wellbeing.

We provide individual subjects with a “work at your own pace” immersion approach that is designed specifically for school aged adolescents, school leavers and young adults.

Each subject is delivered with a social aspect in mind to encourage participants to participate, develop confidence and self-esteem. As well as a classroom approach to learning, we will put skills to the test by practising them in real life situations with various excursions and incursions towards the end of the program, once a base level of skills and confidence have been developed.

Duration

This course is delivered over 9 weeks, beginning Monday 14 October.

Students will attend Can Do Training for 1 to a maximum of 2 days per week from 10am to 3pm.

NB: Students attending less than 2 days per week may not meet the course requirements in the allocated timeframe and may require additional time to complete the entire program. Can Do Training provide flexibility and options based upon individual’s requirements and availability.

Location

Cockburn Youth Centre, 25 Wentworth Parade, Success, WA, 6164.

Each week, the following topics will be covered:

Develop keyboard skills
Workplace communication
Word processing using MS Word
Create and using spreadsheets using MS Excel
Develop and use a personal budget
Workplace health and safety
Customer service
Planning, organising and time management skills
Work effectively with others
Electronic communication
Work effectively in a business environment
Develop job readiness skills

Entrance requirements

Students enrolled in Years 11 or 12, or completing high school in 2019:

Be motivated to attend and contribute to class discussions and activities

Demonstrate behaviour suitable to adult learning and workplaces

Have adequate literacy skills to maintain course and workplace requirements

Attend an interview to ensure entrance requirements are met.

Options

Students may attend 1 – 2 days per week, being a Monday and/or Friday.

Places are limited to a maximum of 6 participants per day. Support workers are welcome to attend.

For an outline of the program, contact marilyn@candotraining.com.au
Cost is $225 per session.

How to apply

Interviews for our next course, starting in October are NOW taking place.

Please contact marilyn@candotraining.com.au to arrange an interview time.

For more information, please contact Marilyn at Can Do Training on 0466 694 511, or email marilyn@candotraining.com.au

We look forward to meeting you soon.

www.candotraining.com.au

P.S. We are not an NDIS registered provider. If you self manage your funding and are interested in our program, feel most welcome to contact Marilyn. We are happy to help put you in touch with people who can help you with funding if required.

Disability:
Acquired brain injury
Autism
Chronic illness
Hearing loss and deafness
Intellectual
Learning
Mental and psychological
Neurological
Physical
Sensory
Speech and language disorders
Visual loss and blindness
NDIS categories:
1. Assistance with Daily Life
2. Transport
3. Consumables
4. Assistance with Social & Community Participation
5. Assistive Technology
6. Home Modifications
7. Coordination of Supports
8. Improved Living Arrangements
9. Increased Social and Community
10. Finding and Keeping a Job
11. Improved Relationships
12. Improved Health and Wellbeing
13. Improved Learning
14. Improved Life Choices
15. Improved Daily Living
WA NDIS registered: No
NDIS registered: No
Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) providers: No
Target group age:
Early Childhood
Children
Adolescence
Late adolescence / Post-school
Adults
Aged Care
Years experience: 20+
Suburbs and regions serviced: Cockburn
Contact number: 0466 694 511

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