May training recap by Programs Manager, Maria Leonardi

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  May 30, 2018   admin

May has been a busy month in the Training Department.

We have had FREE workshops held by real entrepreneurs in how to successfully get your idea and turn it into money. These workshops are inline with our program that is all about you, your ideas and passions and how to make it all come true. You would never want to work again for a boss once you understand our exciting program.

We welcome Leanne Peard as our new trainer for this program. Leanne comes with many years of experience in owning her own business and being a social media marketing guru.

Read more from Leanne here.

Our Hospitality students have started their first week at their work placements. Some students have chosen housekeeping and some kitchen hand. They look very smart in their uniforms and were very excited about doing their placement.Due to a high demand, we have now made our program a rolling intake. You can join our program any time you want. We get real job outcomes in the Hospitality industry and we have links to many of the industry specialists.

We also welcome back Rosita Haijema, our Hospitality Trainer.She has been away doing another stint at the

Olympic Games, this is her 10th games. Rosita oversees one of the largest Food and Beverage venues at the games.

Read more from Rosita here.

We have started our new round in Community Services with our wonderful trainer Sue Mitchell. Sue and her students are now looking at different organisations for their work placements. We have had some wonderful guest speakers come and deliver to our students who has given them so much industry knowledge. We have participants looking in the Disability sector, youth sector and Domestic and Family violence sector and some entrepreneurial ideas from the students regarding community programs. Take a look at the photo gallery here.

techVizion is our FREE digital Literacy program and it is growing each week. People from all ages attend and learn new and exciting stuff about how to use their laptops, mobile phones and anything digital.Thank you to our volunteers, David and Sheree who take time out of their busy schedule to facilitate this program.

All our programs keep our student mentor Tracey on her toes. She is dedicated to help see them all succeed and help with any issues that may arise in their lives. Participants are welcome to contact Tracey on her days at enVizion to sit down and have a chat about what is going on in their lives. Thank you, Tracey for your support and commitment.

Pictures: Workshop Faciliators:

Emma Gelling

Naomi Wenitong

Davy O'Rouke

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