At Learning Partnerships we are big believers in Reciprocity and giving back to the community.

EmpowerMe

EmpowerMe is a Free two day personal development program for those who are experiencing, or who have experienced domestic violence to provide information and strategies to help them in their next journey be confident and competent for themselves and their children.

Day One

Day Two

  • Personality type and influence on behaviour
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Mindfulness
  • Effective Communication Skills
  • Resilience
  • Managing Difficult Conversations
  • Goal Setting
  • Resume and Interview Skills
  • Personal Budgeting and Finance
  • Personal Presentation and Body Language

Expressions of Interest :

Email: Miranda@learningpartnerships.com.au with the following information:

  • Tell us a little about yourself and your family.
  • What would you like to achieve for yourself and your family.
  • How could this course benefit you.

All information on will be held, stored and used in the strictest confidence for the purpose of identifying suitability of the program. We do not promote or publish any names or photos of participants in any forum.

Smith Family

Learning Partnerships supports The Smith Family. The Smith Family is a children’s charity helping disadvantaged Australian children to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves.

When you don’t have what you need to fit in, school can feel like the worst place in the world.

One in seven Australian children and young people are growing up in poverty, where even the bare necessities are hard to come by. In a family where there is no regular income, money goes on food, rent and bills. Finding money for a school uniform, proper shoes, textbooks or the next school excursion is often impossible.

Through no fault of their own, these disadvantaged children are struggling at school because they don’t have what they need to fit in, catch up or keep up with their peers.

Please consider sponsoring an Australian Child through the Smith Family