In an increasingly interconnected world, fluency in English has become essential, providing individuals with opportunities for personal growth, academic success, and communication. The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program…
As we approach the end of the year and in the spirit of the festive season, Richard Nettles, a student from the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program, gifted Centacare with an indigenous artwork he had painted himself to grace the walls of our Fremantle training site.
Richard Nettles has an artistic streak and a passion for indigenous art. He started attending Centacare’s SEE Program in October 2021, hoping to improve his language, literacy and numeracy skills and upskill. During his LLN class, Richard was able to explore his creative talent through the program’s extracurricular activity day by making artwork and sharing his love for indigenous art with his peers.
Two months ago, Richard decided to embark on creating the artwork. Every available moment he gets on site, he would spend on painting. This week, Richard presented the final piece to the class. All his peers, teacher and Centacare staff were in awe and appreciated his generous gesture.