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Text reads: "Project Management Workshop for young people with disability. Wednesday 27 March, 5pm - 7pm AEDT." To the right is a white laptop featuring a young woman in business attire sitting at an office desk and holding a pair of headphones. She has fair skin and shoulder length dark-blond hair and uses a manual wheelchair.

Project management workshop for young people with disability

This workshop is for young people with disability who would like to learn more about managing events or projects with a team. It is an interactive workshop with practice debates and role play.
In this workshop, you will learn about:

Meet the facilitator:

A woman with olive skin and a big smile with her hair tied back in a ponytail, wearing a navy T-Shirt with the logo for the Australian School of Entrepreneurship on it. She is standing in front of a, possibly fake, green hedge.

Tionne (T), the Co-Founder of The ASE Group, is a dynamic individual driven by a profound passion for working with young people. With a mission to make a positive impact, Tionne travels across Australia, engaging with diverse audiences. 

Tionne’s journey has been marked by a commitment to youth advocacy and social impact. As a seasoned facilitator and public speaker, she travels around the country, sharing insights gained from her experiences in business and social initiatives. Prior to launching The ASE Group, Tionne contributed significantly to Fiftysix Creations, where she spearheaded remarkable projects involving prominent entities such as the Australian Government, MYOB, and Westpac. She led The 2019 Minister’s Climate Challenge alongside former US Vice President Al Gore. 

Q&A facilitated by:

Georgia Ferrari

Georgia (she/they) joined CYDA as a Youth Trainee in 2023. Alongside completing a Certificate IV in Community Service as a part of their traineeship, they are also studying a Double Degree in Psychology and Arts. Georgia is especially interested in the policy and research side of educational reform, due to their experience in the educational system as an autistic person with ADHD.

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This workshop is for young people with disability who are members of the DREAM Employment Network. The Network is free to join and you can sign up when you register for the workshop 👇

 

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