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Beacon Core Community Model

Beacon Foundation

The Beacon Core Model provides a range of programs and activities to 24 partner Secondary Schools and Colleges in the public system across Tasmania. The activities engage students and local business and industry representatives in work exploration and work preparation programs designed to inform and prepare students in Years 7-12 for their future careers....

Beacon Work Readiness High Impact Program

Beacon Foundation

Beacon Foundation offers a series of one-day programs, targeted to specific age groups from Years 7 to 12. Each program is designed to prepare and motivate young people for a successful post-secondary school transition by working with each individual to develop highly sought after employability and 21st century skills. Our professionally facilitated programs have a high level of involvement from our industry partners and build basic professional skills ranging from dress codes to professional etiquette. In each program, industry representatives share their unique stories and career journeys, in addition to encouraging and motivating participants to recognise their own potential and...

Beaconsfield Child and Family Centre

DoE - Child and Family Centres

The aim of the Beaconsfield Child and Family Centre (BCFC) is to improve the health and well-being, education and care of Tasmania’s children (pre-birth to 5 years) by supporting families and improving their access to quality services in the local community.The BCFC is co-located on the grounds of the Beaconsfield Primary School at 33 Grubb Street, Beaconsfield, Tasmania and operates Monday to Friday 9.00am – 3.30pm....

Bucaan House

Bucaan House

Bucaan Community House provides a youth group.This program operates each Thursday afternoon from 3.30pm to 5.30pm during school terms.The Youth Group gives children from the local area a safe, social, recreational place to enjoy, with healthy food and activities that are tailored to meet the needs of the children....

Building Blocks


Hub4Health are a not for profit allied health and community service organisation which has a base at St Helens and an outreach office in St Marys.Hub4Health deliver Building Blocks, a federally funded program under Child and Parenting Support Services.Building Blocks is a mobile early learning and parenting support program for families with children 0-8 years. We work across the Break O’Day, Dorset and Bicheno/Coles Bay communities, providing free placed based sessions in rural and regional areas, such as; supported playgroups, parenting information workshops, referral and support services and occasional child care.Referrals or information can be found on our website; www.hub4health.org.au...

Burnie Child and Family Centre

DoE- Child and Family Centres

The Burnie CHild and Family Centre offers a place-based early childhood service model where families with children from pregnancy to five years can go to access a range of services. It works in partnership with families with the purpose of providing support that improves the health and wellbeing, early learning and care of our very young children. The Burnie CFC aims to improve access to quality services in local communities by providing a single point of contact for children and their families to connect with coordinated, universal, targeted and specialist services....

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