The Problem

More than half of young Australian students are enrolled in occupations that are dying.

Foundation for Young Australians, New Work Order 2015.

How do you prepare students for an uncertain future of work?

Our Solution

Entrepreneurial Workshops – Build Skills for the Future

  1. Tap into your entrepreneurial mindset
  2. Learn how to pitch your ideas & confidently speak
  3. Set visions and achieve goals
  4. Create a business box and learn the basic of starting your own business
  5. What’s going to happen in the future? Skills for unknown jobs and yet-to-be created careers.

1 hour: choose one | half day: choose 3 | full day: choose all

High tech jobs

Know-how and specialists, from designing the next drone to teaching, e.g. electrical engineer, primary school teacher.

High touch jobs

Do and deliver, from house renovations to creatively pursing a passion, e.g. plumbers, personal assistant, photographer.

High care jobs

Personal and emotionally engaged, from looking after young people to taking care of the household, e.g. childcare worker, fitness instructor.

To give our kids the best chance of success in the future job market, we need to give them the best chance to develop the technical and personal skills they need to succeed.

Regional Australia Institute

2016

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Workshops for school students

Future of Work

Ready

Preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist.

Book your free 30 minute consult now.

1 Hour Workshop

Half Day Workshop

Full Day Workshop

Price starts from $80 or pay the cost of transport* and we will deliver a 1 hour free workshop for your school.

*Fuel will cost you only up to $150

 Our facilitators have 10+ years of school experience, working with the following schools:

School Workshops

 

1 hour  choose one

Half day – choose three

Full day – choose all

 

Skills for the Future of Work

  1. Tap into your entrepreneurial mindset
  2. Learn how to pitch your ideas & confidently speak
  3. Set visions and achieve goals
  4. Create a business box and learn the basic of starting your own business
  5. What’s going to happen in the future? Skills for unknown jobs and yet-to-be created careers.

11 + 15 =

Live in a rural or regional area? We'll come to you.

Across 2017 & 2018 we'll be on the road doing a national tour of schools and communities. Catch us while we're in your area!

Testimonials & Experience

Mikhara from Ground Chai is a vibrant and passionate presenter who has the ability to engage all the students in a positive way. Our students related very well to her andd the presentations were well prepared and relevant to the students. Mikhara has a great vision accompanied with a real passion for young people and I have no hesitation to recommend her.

Carel Neuhoff

Principal, Blue Hills College, Lismore

Working with youth for a decade in Australia, India, Nepal and Tanzania, Mikhara realised the skills to survive in a changing world of increased automation, uncertainty and risk. Through sharing stories, research and equipping students with skills, Mikhara works with youth to ensure they have the skills they need to successfully manage their career. In her own experiences of leaving school and climbing to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, raising enough funds to support an orphanage in Kenya, leading others to the base camp of Everest, working in a corporate job with Deloitte Access Economics, starting her own social enterprise and juggling personal, family and career commitments, Mikhara has learned some valuable life skills she wants to empower others with. She focuses on making success meaningful by adding value to others.

Together with the team, we’re here to make sure your students can succeed, no matter where they are based in Australia.

Workshop pricing starts at $80.

Or, pay the cost of transport* and we will deliver a 1 hour free workshop for your school.

*Fuel will cost you only up to $150

Articles and Resources

From the Foundation of Young Australians – New Work Order 2015 & the Regional Australia Institute 2016

THE ISSUE

THE FUTURE

SKILLS STUDENTS NEED