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Score an A in sexual education by getting the info on all things safe sex, STIs, birth control, and other sex-related topics at the Play Safe website: http://www.playsafe.health.nsw.gov.au. It’s advice that will certainly make you come back for more. PLUS there’s a whole community where you can discuss sexual health, sexual education, get relationship advice, and ask our resident nurse any burning questions you may have. It’s open 24/7 and is moderated, anonymous and fun! http://www.community.playsafe.health.nsw.gov.au
A new game ‘Life Happens’ that aims to explore relationships, sexuality and sexual health and get young people talking, is now available to order.
‘Life Happens’ costs $88.00 each, including postage to Australian destinations & 10% GST for Australian customers.
‘Life Happens’ uses a life-size human body template and a series of scenarios and challenges to guide its characters through a relationship or navigate a sexual health issue. The characters are not assigned a gender, it is up to the participants to decide which gender they want the character to be.
Check out the ‘Life Happens’ Life Cards designed by UOW’s third-year graphic design students(attached). Participants are able to discuss the risks and issues and pose hypothetical questions without feeling as if their own vulnerabilities are being laid bare.
Created by Associate Professor Kate Senior, from University of Wollongong’s School of Health and Society, in collaboration with the HARP Unit, ‘Life Happens’ is a unique, interactive way of helping young people aged 15 to 25 to break down the barriers often associated with life happening.
If you would like to secure a game(s) please fill out the attached order form and return to: email@example.com
Are you passionate about making a difference to the lives of young people? We are looking for two energetic, motivated people with positive attitudes, great team work skills and broad experience in youth work to form our new youth work team at the Bellambi Neighbourhood Centre.
Two part time positions: 13 hours per week each Please contact the manager at Bellambi Neighbourhood Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com> for position description and essential criteria or call Ann Burbrook on 4285 3055 to discuss.
Applications close – 5pm, Thursday 25th August.
Kiama / Shoalhaven Community College and the Digital Business Hub are excited to announce the details of our NextGEN Digital Development Program.
The program is for those aged 15-24 with a strong interest in the digital sector, and at risk of becoming long-term unemployed.
It covers accredited training, employability skills, paid employment and then follow-up support to secure further paid employment or unpaid work placement in the ICT industry. Case management support is also provided throughout the program.
The program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment, as part of the ‘Empowering Youth Initiatives.’
Please feel free to refer any young people who you think may be interested.