MEM10105 – Certificate I in Engineering, 52770WA – Certificate I in Wider Opportunities for Work*
The Weld to Life Program delivered at Rockingham PCYC, funded and delivered by the South Metropolitan TAFE, is an intervention program focusing on young people who have committed an offence or are at risk of offending. The program offers a range of individual development programs to enhance work readiness.
Participants graduate with a Certificate I in Metals and Engineering, Certificate I in Wider Opportunities for Work.
It aims is to reduce offending behaviour in the Rockingham/Kwinana area through engaging young people in an intensive work-ready training program that offers participants the chance to learn technical skills in a hands-on environment.
Rockingham PCYC provides a safe place for young people to meet and participate in this accredited training course. The program helps to improve relationships, team building skills and in turn decrease offending and anti-social behaviour.
Many participants are being referred to Rockingham PCYC and the Weld to Life program through the WA Police Force Youth Crime Intervention Officer’s (YCIO’s), and the Juvenile Justice system.
As part of the program, Rockingham PCYC is now taking orders for Dragon Patio Heaters – a commercially designed by-product of the 18 week accredited Metals and Engineering course.
*Student enrolment and recruitment, fee charges, and issuance of qualification is undertaken by South Metropolitan TAFE
WA PCYC only provides the training facilities and equipment support
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