Building Blokes: Mentoring Program For Young Men Aged 18-24
Building Blokes is a four week mentoring and development program for young men aged 18-24 years. Using interactive and experiential learning, participants are challenged to address the social barriers to gaining and retaining employment.
This program qualifies under the Office of State Revenue, State Debt Recovery Working and Development Order program which enables participants to reduce their fines by participating in the program.
This program runs for a total of 12 hours and is delivered over 4 weeks (1 x 3 hour workshop per week).
The weekly topics for these workshops include:
- Communication and Conflict Resolution
- Leadership and Teamwork
- Mental Health and the Workplace
- Young Workers Rights and Responsibilities
- Alcohol and Drugs
- Risk Taking and Peer Pressure
If you are aged between 18-24 years, receive Centrelink benefits and have unpaid fines with the Department of State Debt Recovery, you can participate in our 4 week mentoring program to receive $1,000 off your fines (full compliance).
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, click here to complete a registration form and someone from the Top Blokes team will contact you shortly.
Please note, completing this form does not guarantee automatic registration.
Are you interested in having this program run for clients of your service? Would you like more information about being part of the program? Please fill out the Expression of Interest Form and a Top Blokes team member will be in touch shortly.
If you know of young men who have fines with the Department of State Debt Recovery, they can now volunteer their fines off by participating in some Top Blokes programs. Top Blokes Foundation is an approved organisation through the Work and Development Order (WDO) Scheme.
Please note that to be eligible to participate in the WDO scheme, the young man must qualify under a certain criteria, for example, receive Centrelink benefits. All applications to pay off fines through WDO will be assessed once the initial application has been received by the Top Blokes Foundation.