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Turning Point Consulting partners with leaders in their fields to assist in providing connections for wellbeing, leadership and transition. Our partners are independent of Turning Point Consulting and have been recommended to us as ethical professionals. Feel free to make direct contact with our partners via links below for additional information in their fields of expertise, services or organisation.
BehaveAbility makes a positive difference to the lives of children, their parents and teachers. They offer the only seminar in Australia that will provide you with practical whole school and individual behaviour management strategies combined with nutritional and medical approaches to managing and treating children and adolescents with behavioural and emotional disorders. Contact Ian and Alison to discuss in-school consultations, high-quality full-day educational seminars or conferences.
EISAU is an advanced promotional website which is a unique online community dedicated to connecting providers of goods and services with schools in Australia and New Zealand.
The Footnotes is ‘online shopping for careers’, as described by one of their student users. It is a free career and study resource that is endorsed by secondary schools as an integral part of their careers advisory programs. The Footnotes aim is to work with careers advisors and tertiary institutions to help pilot students through the maze of choices that are on offer to them in an inspiring, honest and unbiased context. Contact Sarah to discuss their school program and partnerships.
Innovative Resources is a highly-respected publisher, operating as a social enterprise. Profits generated are used for social purpose to further Anglicare Victoria’s pillars—Protect, Prevent and Empower. For over 20 years we have been the home of the original and the best strengths-based, conversation-building resources! Their card sets, stickers, books and picture books are used to enrich conversations about the important stuff in life—feelings, hopes, strengths, relationships, values, stories and goals.
The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) is your key to fantastic discounts and services in Australia and around the world. It really is the ultimate student lifestyle card. The ISIC card is the biggest internationally-recognised student ID. There are over 150,000 benefits in 130+ countries waiting for you. In addition to that, the ISIC gives you official proof of student status all around the world. Get yours now!
Turning Point proudly support the Master Builders Association of NSW Pre-Apprenticeship program that supports those interested in becoming an apprentice in developing skills and understanding of the process, responsibilities and core skills. Turning Point facilitates workshops in Conflict Resolution and Workplace Communication skills early in the program to assist individuals with workplace skills. We deliver workshops on Resume Writing and Interview Skills at the completion of the program to assist pre-apprentices in obtaining a placement. The results of the MBA program have been outstanding, resulting in a volume of successful apprenticeships for young men and women interested in the building and construction field.
My High School Careers provides Careers News for Australian Schools. The main aim of MHSCareers is to make the careers news accessible to careers advisers, parents and students all over Australia. MHSCareers newsletters are produced by a small team headed by Ron Sylvester. Ron was the Careers Adviser at Mitchell High School in Blacktown, NSW from 1994 to 2006. Prior to this Ron completed a teaching degree and spent five years working as a teacher of mathematics in both UK and NSW schools. To support your career advising or parenting, find out more, subscribe to receive regular newsletters or contact Ron directly at http://www.mhscareers.com/.
The Peer Support Australia Program is a peer-led, skills-based, experiential learning program for both Primary and Secondary schools, it encourages peer connections throughout the school and assists in developing skills to enhance social and emotional wellbeing. It empowers young people to support each other and make a positive contribution to their school and community.
ReachOut.com provides specially targeted information to help any young person who visits the service. When they visit ReachOut.com, a young person will be guided to practical tools designed just for their needs, even when they don’t know what they’re looking for.
The Teachers’ Guild of New South Wales is a professional organization that has been in existence since 1892 and has a Council made up of educators across our systems of education. The Guild exists to promote and further the cause of education generally and to consider all questions affecting the status and interests of the teaching profession. It takes no part in matters of an industrial nature. Over the years the Guild characterised its core value as “The Care of Education”. Without abandoning that essential concern, today the Guild’s logo reads “Doceo ut discam: I teach, that I may learn”, and seeks to express a commitment to continued professional learning.
Wellbeing Australia is committed to seeking out and supporting positive wellbeing strategies, resources and insights for individuals to organisations. Assisting all stages and phases of life’s transitions we offer strategic evidence and tools relating to Families, Education and the Workplace. Working as a broad hub we seek to build a bank of knowledge, resources and ideas that will support and facilitate social capital in improving their personal, professional and holistic wellbeing.