Our program is specifically designed to cater for students with disabilities. Our Career Education, Community Access and Academic programs are tailored to meet the individual needs of students.
Independent travel training and fully supported work placements are key features of our program.
As part of the centre’s philosophy of inclusivity, students also take classes at the main campus in Hospitality, Engineering (Automotive), Art, Music and Media. Integration is also fostered for students who desire extension in their academic pursuits.
Our program provides training in life skills necessary for students to become independent and confident in the wider community.
- Safety in the community
- Travel training / transport skills
- Functional literacy / numeracy
- Personal development & hygiene
- Plan@bility (person centred planning)
- Health and physical education
Entry level – Year 10, Year 11, Year 12 and 13th Year
Courses of Study
- Preliminary English
- Preliminary Maths
- Preliminary Health and Physical Education
- OLNA for targeted students
- Food Science and Technology
- Bush Rangers (School camp 2 night stay)
- Keys for Life Program (Drivers ed)
- ASDAN Workright (Career education)
- Art / Media / Music
- Music Rocks Australia
- Sexual and Reproductive Health
Our Workplace Learning Program educates and provides students with the necessary skills to enable a successful transition from school to the work place.
Students attend work experience at an actual work place, either independently or supported by CJSCESC staff. Being a part of the workforce brings with it many changes, and these changes require new skills, many of which can only be taught at the workplace.
Vocational Education & Training
- Occupational Health & Safety
- Manual Handling
- Job Seeking Skills
- Travel Training
- School Based Traineeships
- ASDAN Workright
- Certificate I Retail
- Certificate I Hospitality
- Certificate II Business
- Certificate II Horticulture
- Certificate II Sport and Recreation
- Certificate II General Education for Adults
- Certificate II Warehousing
Bush Rangers WA
This is a voluntary conservation program that gives students the opportunity to take part in personal development training and working safely in a natural environment.
The Bush Rangers program covers nature conservation, first aid and bush survival, visits to parks and reserves plus ‘Adopt a Spot’ cleanups of river beds and nature parks. Students also enjoy a camp at the end of each year as part of this exciting program.
Students participate in a variety of recreation excursions such as ten pin bowling, archery, indoor rock climbing, supagolf and basketball.
Keys for Life
Keys for Life has been developed with funding from the Insurance Commission of WA and support from the Road Safety Council of WA. It has been designed for young people who are pre-drivers or novice drivers. Keys for Life is a practical interactive learning program which assists students to gain a Learner’s Permit while they are at school.
Music Rocks Australia
Music Rocks Australia is a mobile school of music performance creating bands from ESC classes with the latest music technology and instruments to use music as a vehicle for personal, social and musical development. A wide range of outcomes to create young, powerful, healthy lives. Music Rocks Australia provides inclusive music programs for young people of all abilities.
Plan@bility creates an environment where individuals, their families and supporters (including interested professionals) can imagine and collaboratively plan for a future where they are fully included in the lives of their communities.
Students will learn all aspects of bike mechanics and restoration. Highly experienced facilitators and volunteer mentors will ensure that every nut and bolt is covered in this comprehensive course.
Having learnt some amazing bike skills, participants will then select a donated bike. Students will also spend time restoring their chosen bike back to its former glory. This is a full circle program.
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