Learn new skills at Flagstaff workshop in Smeaton Grange

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A workshop held at Flagstaff Macarthur earlier this year.

Are you a young person with a disability looking for an exciting school-to-work pathway? If you answered “yes’’, the Flagstaff winter school holidays workshop in Macarthur next week could be just what you’re looking for.

The workshop is open to people with disabilities in Year 12 or those aged between 15 and 18 years.

It will offer the opportunity to learn new things, meet new friends and have fun trying different activities.

Some of them include hands-on tradie training to create your own woodwork item.

Also on the workshop menu is cooking skills: master the art of perfect scone-making.

And there’s Technology Exploration where you get to try 3D printing.

Or what about a barista basics course to learn how to use a coffee machine and make a great coffee or hot chocolate.

Flagstaff is a not-for-profit registered NDIS provider that provides School to Work (School Leaver Employment Supports) to people living with disability. It recently expanded its operations to cover the Macarthur region.

“All activities are designed to accommodate various abilities, ensuring everyone can participate fully,’’ a Flagstaff spokesperson said.

“Our experienced staff will provide support and adjustments as needed, so don’t miss this opportunity to empower yourself and connect with others.

“Build confidence, learn new skills, and explore after school possibilities in a supportive, inclusive environment,’’ the spokesperson said.

Free lunch will be provided to the participants.

The free workshop will be held next Monday, July 8, from 9 am to 2 pm at the Flagstaff Macarthur premises, 3/48 Dunn Road, Smeaton Grange

To book your spot email schooltowork@flagstaffgroup.com.au or contact Renae on 0428 374 791.

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