Careers and transition workshop for parents of young people with disability
in Education, Events, News, Paediatrics
10 Aug 2015
How much do you really know about the career options for your teenager?
Will you know how to help them choose subjects for Year 9 and beyond?
Will you know how to help them if they –
Decide not to stay at school, TAFE, University or in employment?
Have difficulty getting a job?
Don’t get into University or TAFE?
Do you want to know more about apprenticeships, the Jobactive and Disability Employment Services system, TAFE and University?
The National Disability Coordination Officer Program, in partnership with Marrickville Council and Southern Sydney Business Education Network is making available a program for parents of secondary school students with disability called PACTS (Parents as Career Transition Supports.) The PACTS Program is a workshop specifically developed for parents of students at all year levels to bring them up to date with current career transition information.
Monday 24 August 2015 – 6:30pm – 8:30pm
VENUE: Function Room, Level 3, 2-14 Fisher Street, Petersham
NOTE: Workshops are limited to 15 parents so register now to get a place!
To register go to:
‘The PACTS workshops have really helped us to learn about all the other options and to keep exploring, don’t just give up’,
Parents of Year 9 student
‘It’s just blown my mind how much information there is. Things are so different to when I left school’.
Parent of Year 8 and Year 10 students
For more information contact Vera Laptev at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 02 90363610