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Additional Learning Programs

Edward John Eyre also offers additional learning programs to foster students aspirations and extend their knowledge and growth in a range of areas. Students develop the knowledge and skills to confidently and purposefully transition from school. All additional learning opportunities are connected to SACE credits.

School To Employment Program (STEP)

The School To Employment Program (STEP) has been developed for EJEHS students who identify the need for further foundation and/or employability skills development in preparation for workforce entry or vocational training pathways. STEP is suitable for individuals who wish to pursue a pathway to employment or vocational training, receive intensive support in reading, writing, numeracy, oral communication and learning skills.

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Aboriginal Girls School To Employment Program (AG STEP)

This course is suitable for Aboriginal females who require further foundation skills development to prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways. This also will allow students to gain skills towards entry into employment in counselling, community development and services delivery areas.

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Alternative Group and Individual Learner Education (AGILE)

The purpose of the AGILE Program is to provide holistic learning opportunities for students to complete their SACE or work on their Career Pathway. This is provided to students who are completing a School Based Apprenticeship, Vocational Education or any other barrier that restricts their ability to engage in a mainstream school setting. This is to enable students to complete their SACE or gain the necessary employability skills to obtain employment.

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Clontarf

The Clontarf Foundation exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and by doing so, it equips them to participate meaningfully in society. Academy activities are planned within the focus areas of education, leadership, employment, well-being and sport.

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