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We receive many letters and emails of gratitude from participants of our programs. Below is a small sample of testimonies from clients of our schools based programs. We update our testimonials regularly to ensure they are current.

Elise Duggan
VRP Coordinator
Warwick Senior High School

"Hi Natalia and thank you for all your support this year.  The students will not forget the experience.  After having my students complete the Developing Social Skills for the Workplace and The Employment Advantage Program I believe that they are useful in assisting in the development of social skills and employment resilience, particularly in young people.  The skills they acquire during these programs will assist them immediately and in the future.  I am looking forward to working with you next year."

Elizabeth Prendergast-Jones
Manager of CBS Plus
Curtin University Business School

"I believe the need for an accredited , endorsed, online employment training program such as that developed by Image Power Australia is essential for people seeking employment, particularly students.  It is economical and comprehensive and allows participants convenient and out of hours access to quality materials and training."

Joni Kieft
Trainee’s Support Coordinator
The REACH Foundation

"Social Skills for the Workplace has provided an interesting and varied course for the young people involved... Many of the young people have been intrigued by the new skill set around manners and etiquette and some have been quite proud of the new skills (in work and life situations). We are very happy with this course...”

Michelle Miller
Career & Vocational Development Coordinator
Margaret River Senior High School

"I incorporated the two programs with some work skills development. The course ran for two terms and we completed it onsite at our High School Farm... Given the group was originally 16 students who preferred not to be at school, I think we achieved some great outcomes; 3 students went onto apprenticeships. 5 qualified for inclusion in the SSEP program...

Some highlights: The boys seemed to especially love being able to do the ties then go home and show their dads. The Christmas event; some remembered their ties. They cooked breakfast, created a smorgasbord and set the tables with my best cutlery. The attendance rate for Wednesdays was very high.

Realistically, the WACE info doesn't factor on the students radar, they are more interested in just learning and interacting in a different kind of environment. Thanks again for the opportunity to run with this. It was great to use the package.”

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