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Midland

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 at the end of 2023. 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.

  • Futsal

    The game of Futsal is fast, fun and can be played by anyone of any age and skill level. The rules create an emphasis on creativity and technique as well as ball control and passing in confined spaces.

  • Mixed Martial Arts

    Get stronger, increase your focus and learn self-defence!

  • Roller-skating

    This activity is a structured classes where participants are taught to have confidence when skating, developing balance and coordination.

  • Table Tennis

    Table Tennis is a great recreational activity for all experience levels, it is great for beginners and for those with a competitive streak.

  • Volleyball

    Put your agility and accuracy to the test, give volleyball a try!

    Volleyball is a fun activity to develop your coordination, speed and stamina.

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  • 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.

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