A new resource - Frankston Mornington Peninsula Youth Pathways
A new website to help local young people access information about education options.
Frankston Mornington Peninsula Youth Pathways was launched in December by Peninsula School Focused Youth Service, Frankston Mornington Peninsula Local Learning & Employment Network and the Flexible Learning Network. The website provides young people with all the information they need when considering education options.
Information can be found on the website via drop down boxes, a ‘youth’ button and a ‘parents’ button.
The website incorporates:
• Choices offered by mainstream schools such as VCE, VET and VCAL.
• Options outside of mainstream schooling. Flexible learning options, VCAL, CGEA and distance education.
• Accessing tertiary education.
• Leaving school.
• Apprenticeships and traineeships.
• Links to job sites and job seeking tools.
• Where to go for career advice.
• Links to wellbeing sites.
• Disability information.
• Indigenous resources
This is a resource is designed for young people, parents, careers workers, schools and community agencies.
Peninsula Shire Councillor Antonella Celi launched the website, saying “It’s good to know that flexible learning options are offered for young people in our region, and the new fmpyouthpathways website is a one-stop online solution for young people to find information when they are considering their education options.”
Education and employment resources (Websites)
887 - Monash University connector (previously Penbus)
To Monash University (Peninsula Campus)
Departs from the terminus at the Point Nepean Rd and travels via Marine Dr, Esplanade, Barkly St, Tanti Ave, Nepean Hwy, Mount Eliza Way, Nepean Hwy, Davey St, Young St, Davey St and Hastings Rd
Departs from the terminus at Hastings Rd and travels via Davey St, Young St, Davey St, Nepean Hwy, Mount Eliza Way, Nepean Hwy, Tanti Ave, Barkly St, Esplanade, Marine Dr and Point Nepean Rd.
Portsea Passenger Service
Contact Portsea Passenger Service: 5986 5666
Website: Portsea Passenger Service
The Victorian public transport network is progressively becoming accessible for people with special needs. Call 1800 800 007 for further information.
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