Kody is a year 13 student in 2023 at KSESC who was unsure of what he wanted to do until he started his work experience at Crypton Autos in Walliston. Under the watchful eye of owner Jason Cooper, Kody quickly realised that he had a talent working with engines and cars. KSESC worked with Kody to secure him a School Based Traineeship with South Metropolitan Youth Link (SMYL).
Nettie was a leaver in 2022. She tried several different roles through the Work Place Learning program at KSESC but it wasn’t until her ultimate work experience role, which was a kitchen hand job at The Rambla restaurant, that she knew she wanted to work in a kitchen. Nettie has impressed the head chef in the kitchen so much that she is working towards being accepted into an apprenticeship role at the restaurant.
Hayley was a KSESC leaver in 2022. She was always interested in childcare and was given the opportunity to try it out through the school’s Work Place Learning program. Hayley showed her fantastic ability in the field immediately and increased her work experience days quickly over her final year at school. Through KSESC’s coordination with the childcare facility and the training partners, Hayley was placed into a traineeship in Early Child Education and Care.
Brittany was a KSESC leaver in 2021. After trying a few different work experience options in several different fields Brit decided to try a role at McDonalds Restaurant in High Wycombe. After the initial training period, Brit settled into her role at the Restaurant and has now been employed there for over a year. She has become a valued team member and is enjoying the freedom of earning her own money and moving up through the ranks at McDonalds.
Bryce left KSESC in 2021 with a desire to work in a factory after his various work experiences during his last couple of years at the school. In a team effort between KSESC, his parents and Workpower, Bryce is now a valuable employee at the Workpower warehouse in Belmont. Bryce is loving his new career and is working up to 4 days a week when he gets the opportunity.
Matthew was a school leaver in 2020. He was accepted for paid work experience at McDonalds Restaurant in Forrestfield through the school’s Work Place Learning program. He instantly formed a great rapport with his manager and fellow workers at the restaurant. Matthew is still working at the High Wycombe McDonalds and is one of most popular employees at the venue. He is loving his role and plans to continue working there for years to come.
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