Rule The Tools
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Expression of Interest - 12 spots only
Rule the Tools is a program to help participants learn about and familiarise themselves with common tools used in trade-base apprenticeships and traineeships. Activities will include group and individual work. Activities will include watching demonstrations on the safe and effective use of tools as well as using those tools themselves. They will work on a small project that will put what they have learnt into practice. Participants will learn to apply instructions and techniques in the use of tools to undertake a task. They will learn trade specific terminology and language and use oral communication to describe their projects and tasks. Participants will learn to work in a team environment and share tools and resources, including clean-up and pack-up. Activities will include measuring distances and volumes.
Rule The Tools is a 3 hour Workshop from 2pm to 5pm on Wednesdays starting on the 30th October 2019.
- 17 to 25 years old
- Not enrolled in school
You will be notified by email if you have been successful in securing a place.
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Employment Options is a community-based charitable organisation which provides high quality services for over 28 years to people in our local communities, especially to young people, unemployed people, or those who are disadvantaged. Employment Options is a Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) and have Deductible Gift Recipient status (DGR). Employment Options helps disadvantaged people to plan and achieve employment and education goals. We believe in a community where everyone can achieve their working future. Evidence based research clearly demonstrates that access to sustainable employment is the most critical factor in people being able to achieve their life goals, and to contribute to society to their full potential. People who don't have school or post-school qualifications have disproportionately high rates of joblessness and employment which is erratic, low paid and low skilled. Consequently, they are also more likely to experience financial distress, homelessness, family disruption, and social exclusion. Employment Options addresses this through a variety of services, including alternative learning centres, support and mentoring, involvement in a range of industries including arts and cultural and career education and case management. “Together, we help people grow, feel good about themselves and hopeful for the future.” – Michelle Braham, CEO