SMYL Community College (the College) is a referral only ‘Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education' (CARE) School that caters specifically for students who have disengaged from mainstream education.  The College offers a full-time alternative education programme under the School Education Act 1999 (WA) for 14 to 17-year-olds.All students referred to the College have significant barriers to education. Teaching and learning is adjusted, and support services provided, to meet students’ needs. As a CARE school, the College ‘provides a programme of study meeting the needs of an individual student delivered through an Individual Education Plan’.SMYL Community College requires a number of university qualified youth workers or social workers to work in a collaborative and multi-disciplinary team whose objective is to engage at-risk students in learning.The caseworkers will be required to work with teachers/trainers to ensure that they have up-to-date and relevant data and information relating to each student’s identified barriers to education so that a detailed and strategic Individual Education Plan can be developed, monitored and amended.Other duties will include supporting teacher’s/trainer’s programmes of study by developing and delivering in-class activities aimed at mental health and the social/emotional personal development of students.The measure of our success is the progress we make to enable students to engage in learning and participate in the workplace and the community. 60000 AUD Australia - WA Perth Fremantle & Southern Suburbs Mandurah 6210

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  • Work in a collaborative and multi-disciplinary team
  • Based in Mandurah with local outreach

SMYL Community College (the College) is a referral only ‘Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education' (CARE) School that caters specifically for students who have disengaged from mainstream education.  The College offers a full-time alternative education programme under the School Education Act 1999 (WA) for 14 to 17-year-olds.

All students referred to the College have significant barriers to education. Teaching and learning is adjusted, and support services provided, to meet students’ needs. As a CARE school, the College ‘provides a programme of study meeting the needs of an individual student delivered through an Individual Education Plan’.

SMYL Community College requires a number of university qualified youth workers or social workers to work in a collaborative and multi-disciplinary team whose objective is to engage at-risk students in learning.

The caseworkers will be required to work with teachers/trainers to ensure that they have up-to-date and relevant data and information relating to each student’s identified barriers to education so that a detailed and strategic Individual Education Plan can be developed, monitored and amended.

Other duties will include supporting teacher’s/trainer’s programmes of study by developing and delivering in-class activities aimed at mental health and the social/emotional personal development of students.

The measure of our success is the progress we make to enable students to engage in learning and participate in the workplace and the community.

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