Cockburn Youth Leadership Program

The Cockburn Youth Leadership Program aims to develop young people's self-awareness, career aspirations and the ability to meaningfully contribute to the Cockburn community and create positive change.

The program is centred around three pillars of leadership development:

  1. Selfless Leadership
  2. Resilience and Grit
  3. Results

The Cockburn Youth Leadership Program is a free long-term hybrid leadership program (face to face and online) and is designed for young people that:  

  • Live, study or work in Cockburn
  • Aged 15 - 18 years
To register, complete the application form below.

Cockburn Youth Leadership Program Application Form

What does the program include? 

  • 8 face to face workshops
  • Topics include: Leadership and Styles of Leadership, Selfless Leadership & Ego, Leadership Goals, Building a Team, Online Public Relations, Public Speaking and more...
  • Over 20+ hours of additional online resources which participants can access in their own time (worksheets, podcasts, webinars, catch up videos)
  • Free entrance to the Term 3 'Alpha Conference' attended by past participants of the leadership program - hosted at Edith Cowan University
  • Tracking of goals and progress via online surveys, polls and quizzes

Program Dates

When: 2020 dates will be announced in the coming months
Where: Cockburn Youth Centre, 25 Wentworth Parade, Success WA 6164

More information and contact

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

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