Types of PACTS Workshops Available

  • Original PACTS
    A series of two or three workshops at mainstream schools.
  • Community PACTS
    One or two sessions on career development as well as education and training pathways. Delivered in various community settings like neighbourhood houses, community centres and libraries.
  • Disability PACTS
    Developed for schools/community. These have taken place in special schools and community settings.
  • Translated PACTS
    Youth Connect can develop translated handbooks and materials to meet your community needs.
  • CALD (Culturally And Linguistically Diverse) PACTS
    PACTS delivered to targeted groups within a school or community.
  • Secondary School Conversations
    Workshops in schools and community settings for primary school parents, including description of educational pathways within the Secondary Education System.
  • ATSIĀ (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) PACTS
    Developed to meet the needs of our indigenous communities, this workshop provides information on education and training options with a particular focus on job readiness. This program has the option of incorporating the PACTS Youth Ambassador program enabling young people to talk about their transition through education, training or employment.

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