Southern Edge Project
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The Southern Edge project has been funded by the Targeting Skills Needs in Regions (TSNR) Program, to encourage and support young people in the southern suburbs of Adelaide, particularly those transitioning from school, to reach their full potential by providing them with vocational training as well as the tools to build self confidence, resilience and purpose.
The program will support at leat 50 young people from various backgrounds who have completed year 12 or equivalent and are not currently studying or undertaking full time employment.
Participants will have access to industry training, youth development activities and work experience. This will build a solid foundation to enable participants to move into employment or further education and training in targeted industry sectors within the southern suburbs, in particular manufacturing, community services and health.
The program is to be managed through the Office for Youth and Southern Futures. The Skills Board is a partner in the project, and any community services/health organisations in the southern suburbs interested in getting involved can contact Project Officer Rosh Devi for more information