Nothing fills our hearts more than seeing young people graduate from our accredited Learning and Development courses!
Last month, twelve young people graduated from the Bunbury PCYC Certificate I in Leadership course, with one gaining employment, four starting apprenticeships, six pursuing further training and one returning to school.
Bunbury PCYC Trainer, Amanda Ferguson, said she was proud of all the students and the dedication they had shown throughout the course.
“The course helps young people develop employability and leadership skills. It’s so rewarding to see them all have plans for the future,” she said.
The Certificate I in Leadership course is delivered throughout the year at PCYC locations across the state including Broome, Bunbury, Gosnells, Midland, Kensington, Rockingham and Subiaco.
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