WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMME
Our students are provided with different work experience options which they can explore.
These include the following:
- Domestic support within their immediate family
- Internship with a formal organization
- Caregiving to the vulnerable (strongly recommended for immediate family members during COVID 19)
- Apprenticeship (learning new skills)
- Promoting Positive Behaviour (PPB) – (Using their social media presence and influence)
It is flexible, confidential and fits students’ availability and academic preferences. Our students enjoy from a range of benefits; like receiving encouragement and support from their mentors and older students in addition to learning from their experiences; develop strategies for dealing with both personal and academic issues; gain valuable insights into the next stage of students’ college journey, to name a few. Mentors, on the other hand, develop
a range of skills including leadership, communication, personal skills, and personal growth.
Our students are automatically enrolled into this programme which gives them adequate support to settle quickly into their academic schedules.
Students on academic probation are adequately cared for and monitored by their academic mentors and weekly reports are submitted on their behalf for effective support and management.