The Bridge at The Hub

The Bridge is a safe learning space for young people aged 15 - 24 to improve their core life, literacy and numeracy skills

The Bridge at The Hub

A course in adulting. 

The Bridge is a new community program for young people, aged 15 – 24. It offers a safe learning space where you can learn about Technology for Living, Health and Well-being, Budgeting, First-Aid and more.

Course includes:

  • Exploring further study options
  • Investigating owning a car
  • Preparing for the learner’s permit test
  • First aid training
  • Navigating Medicare cards, bank cards, and birth certificates
  • Technology for living
  • Health and well-being
Breakfast is provided for students. 

Cost: FREE with referral

When: Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 9:00 am – 2:30 pm, starting 19th August 2019.

Where: Youth and Community Service Hub, Hobbs Drive, Armadale, WA 6112. See map for directions.

Referral: Participants must have a referral from one of the following agencies in order to attend this course:

  • Centrelink
  • Jobactive
  • Disability Employment Services (DES)
  • Transition to Work
  • ParentsNext

ESS Activity ID: 52648842

The Bridge is presented in partnership with the Full-Service Schools Pilot. The Full-Service Schools pilot provides a range of support services for young people and their families living in the Armadale-Kelmscott region including a drop-in center, counseling support, employment and housing support, parent education, youth outreach, and alternative pathways.

For more information, please contact us today.

Information for referring agencies:

The Bridge at The Hub is being run under the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program and is open to job seekers aged 15-24.

The course allows participants to develop their core life, literacy and numeracy skills to help prepare them for employment. Participants will learn skills specifically required for the workplace and can study towards achieving a nationally recognised qualification.

To refer a participant to this course, please contact Helen Mulcahy on (08) 9482 7028 or hmulcahy@centacarewa.com.au.

The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business. 

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