Midland PCYC offers a range of recreational, diversionary and alternative education courses for young people.
Thanks to State Government Funding, a $2.95m redevelopment project commenced in 2020 and is due to be completed in 2021. This redevelopment will include the construction of a new multipurpose hall, a large drop-in space, music studio, plus a new bus and garage. Midland PCYC is well supported by Western Australia Police Force Youth Policing Officers (YPO’s) who provide guidance to young people attending training programs, and engagement opportunities for through youth activities on a day-to-day basis.
Boxing has been a key activity at PCYC since it began as the Police Boys Club in 1941. Over the years it has continued to develop and is still to date, one our most popular recreational activities. All of our boxing classes cater to all fitness levels and ages.
Joeys All Abilities
Providing adventure, activities and training for children of all abilities, Joey All Abilities teaches self-confidence, sharing, consideration for others and how to follow instructions.
Learn how to master this awesome street dance!
Contact us on 9274 1918 for bookings.
Yoga for all ages and abilities.
Improve your sense of balance and harmony while improving your flexibility.
Surround yourself with a sense of calm as you flow through a sequence of movements, allowing you to focus on your breathing and relaxation.
Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation
Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation provides young people that are disengaged from traditional school with an introductory qualification to pursue an Automotive/ Mechanical apprenticeship or a job in the automotive industry.
Stepping Stones- Certificate I in General Education for Adults
Funded by the Department of Education, Stepping Stones is an alternative education program free of charge for young people in year 11 or 12 that for a variety of reasons are not attending school. This program is designed to improve student's basic numeracy and literacy as well as teaching young people basic life skills to improve self-confidence and reignite an interest in learning.