Cockburn PEAK Program

The Cockburn PEAK Program, developed by David Castelanelli, aims to develop young people's ability to work smarter not harder, develop intense focus and learn prioritisation techniques, and the ability to meaningfully contribute to the Cockburn community and create positive change.

The program is centred around three pillars of self-development:

  1. Productivity
  2. Focus
  3. Results

The Cockburn PEAK Program is a free long-term online development program and is designed for young people that:  

  • Live, study or work in Cockburn
  • Aged 15 - 24 years

To register, complete the application form below.

Cockburn PEAK Program Application Form

What does the program include? 

  • 8 online workshops run over the course 8 – 10 weeks,
  • Topics include: Modern Goal Setting, Avoiding Distractions, Prioritisation and 10 x Productivity, Sleep, Breaks and Naps, Mentorship and Networking, Social Media Branding and Resilience and more...
  • Over 10+ hours of online resources, which young people can access via our online platform (including worksheets, videos and additional templates),
  • An interactive online account and platform where they can comment and receive feedback in real time as well as interact with other students & young people.

Program Dates

When: Ongoing
Where: Online (you will receive login instructions upon registration) 

More information and contact

Please contact the Youth Development Officer for more information on the Cockburn PEAK Program on 08 9411 3882.

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