Masterclass – Capacity-building program for young adults (17-30 Years)

Masterclass - Capacity-building program for young adults (17-30 Years)

Fri 4 Dec 2020

Allambie Heights Campus
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19/10/20 to 25/6/2110am - 3pmEvery - Monday Wednesday Friday
Prairiewood Marconi Centre
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19/10/20 to 25/6/2110am - 3pmEvery - Monday Wednesday Friday

Thinking differently about how to spend the day

CPA Masterclass offers young people fun group programs with their peers, facilitated by a Life Skills Coach and our expert CPA Disability Support Practitioners – all the while focussed on building a pathway to purpose, work and community engagement. 

Group-based capacity building programs develop confidence, connection with others and develop goals for skills building, independence and participation; building to enhanced skills for employment, including exploring volunteer, work experience and paid employment options.

Participants have the option of choosing to access the program for up to 5 days per week, and up to 50 weeks per year. 

 

What's involved?

  • Facilitate social interactions and connections
  • Engage with communities of interest
  • Individualised learning around employment pathways
  • Provide skills development in the community
  • Deliver project based learning
  • Deliver individualised and personalised support and development to young people 
  • Information sharing and communication with family and carer networks

 

What are the expected outcomes?

  • Increased self-awareness, confidence and identity
  • Increased meaningful community networks
  • Increased communication skills
  • Increased independence
  • Identify strengths and passions
  • Identify life journey options
  • Development of life skills
  • Increased understanding of rights and ability to self-advocate
  • Identify employment opportunities and pathways

 

Who can enrol in Masterclass?

Young adults:

  • Aged 17-30 years
  • Living with physical and/or neurological conditions
  • Looking for post school options
  • Seeking meaningful activities with opportunity to increase employability skills
  • Wanting an alternative to a traditional day program in a centre
  • Wanting to build their confidence and connect with others

 

REGISTER NOW!

Register your interest to secure your spot for the next upcoming program.

Call 1300 888 378, email ask@cerebralpalsy.org.au or complete the registration form at the top of this page.

I’m interested

  • We will be in touch with you within an hour, Mon-Fri 9:00am – 5:00pm.
 

Address

187 Allambie Road
Allambie Heights New South Wales 2100
224-244 Restwell Road
Prairiewood New South Wales 2176

Related services

Packforce is a packaging and assembly, mail house and fulfilment business that provides a supported workplace for people with a physical or neurological disability.

School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES), is designed to support young people in their final year of school and those that have left school, to make a successful transition from school to employment.