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YOUTH ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY “Summation” Barry Peddle PSM Institute Director . WORLDSKILLS PRESENTATION. Teachers Don Muir (Floor & Wall Tiling) Dion Iori ( Cabinetmaking ) Tom Vukelic ( Autobody Repair) SWSI Students Aaron Samphier : ( Autobody Repair) Medal of Excellence

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worldskills presentation
WORLDSKILLS PRESENTATION

Teachers

  • Don Muir (Floor & Wall Tiling)
  • DionIori(Cabinetmaking)
  • Tom Vukelic(Autobody Repair)

SWSI Students

  • Aaron Samphier:(Autobody Repair)

Medal of Excellence

  • Peter Steinweiss:(Floor and Wall Tiling)

Bronze Medal

themes from today how these relate to the elements of the strategy
THEMES FROM TODAYHow these relate to the ELEMENTS of the Strategy
  • No one size fits all solution
  • Peer to peer engagement model
  • Consider how we optimise social media and make it entertaining for VET engagement
  • Use social media to get messages across about SWSI
  • Brand advocates
  • TAFE needs to impart confidence in the learner
  • Short courses as introductions
themes from today how these relate to the elements of the strategy1
THEMES FROM TODAYHow these relate to the ELEMENTS of the Strategy
  • Challenge of working across agency borders
  • Understanding their needs, where they want to go and how we can be part of their journey.
  • Provide information on everything, presented through a medium they use
  • Boredom leads to failure
  • A young persons sphere of influence
  • Innovation in marketing and promotion
common language
COMMON LANGUAGE
  • Empowerment and respect
  • Confidence
  • Incentive
  • (have) Faith
  • Exciting
  • Individuals and peers
  • Mentors
  • Peers
  • Awesome
  • Funky
elements of the strategy
ELEMENTS OF THE STRATEGY
  • Introduction and definition “the client”; so all this within a “youth” relevance context
  • Research and policy to inform strategy; “Raising the School Leaving Age”
  • Setting targets owned by Faculties
  • Course and curriculum content
  • Services – course related eg: tutorial
  • Services – indirect – College based
  • Information – related to work, careers, study options and their course
elements of the strategy1
ELEMENTS OF THE STRATEGY
  • Learning methodologies
  • Communication with them
  • Learning technologies
  • Disciplines and codes of behaviour
  • Financial support and advice
  • Welfare and counselling services
  • Work and job networks
  • Partnerships and community networks
  • Monitoring and review
where to from here
WHERE TO FROM HERE
  • Outcomes written up
  • Presented to LAGEC to endorse
  • Engage external (G Y) to develop draft strategy document and communication strategy
  • Conduct youth ‘peer led’ consultations
  • Distribute for staff and external consultation
  • Consolidate and finalise strategy
where to from here1
WHERE TO FROM HERE
  • “No matter what, these young people live in the best country in the world…let’s make it even better for them by giving them pathways to a genuine future.”
thank you
THANK YOU!!
  • Adam and Chris
  • All presenters and visitors
  • Our “young people”
  • The “YES” Working Party
  • I hope to catch up with you again next year “In Sha Allah”
  • Hospitality
    • Nibbles
    • Soft drinks
    • Hard drinks at own expense
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