This workshop aims to provide young people with a knowledge base around money and budgeting that includes when you need to get a bank account, the difference between debit and credit, Buy Now Pay Later, choosing a mobile phone plan, budgeting, financial support & health care cards, as well as how to spot a scam and avoid falling for it.
This workshop aims to provide young people with an understanding of their legal rights and responsibilities when dealing with police, PSO’s, fines and offences. This workshop additionally covers content relating to sexting, sending pictures and consent whilst provides information about where to access legal support and/or self-help kits.
This workshop aims to break down the basics of getting a job and covers things such as types of work, resumes, applications, interviews, paying tax and superannuation and breaking down some workplace myths.
This workshop aims to provide young people with a safe space to access information relating to substance use and harm reduction strategies. The workshop is discussion based and explores topics such as attending/hosting parties, what to do if things get out of control, tips for keeping safe and health/risk information related to common drugs and alcohol.
A great way to explore mindfulness through creative art. Have fun playing art games that explore how art can be used to help you be in the moment. Leza supports participants to tune into their senses, to be mindfully present, and to enjoy the process of creating and experimenting with art. Art vibes does not require any previous art experience, just a willingness to have a go and join the fun.
This workshop is a strengths-based workshop that explores the importance of healthy boundaries within friendships, romantic relationships, families, employers and teachers. This workshop aims to provide practical tools for adolescents to try whilst developing resilience in managing difficult responses. A great workshop to support young people in returning to social settings after a long period of virtual based learning in the home.
The Queer-ies workshop was developed in conjunction with our Teachers workshop ‘Ditching Discrimination’ to be delivered to students. This workshop was co-developed by BYS Rainbow Space group and discusses the various ways that young people can be an Ally to LGBTQI+ Young people. The workshop explores the vast impacts support and celebration can have on the health and wellbeing of rainbow youth.
This workshop unpacks factors leading to bullying, social harassment and violence and explores how it can occur.
This workshop has a strong focus on raising awareness of how bullying negatively impacts all persons including people using violence, people surviving violence and bystanders. The workshop outlines the short and long term impacts experienced by these groups and practical way peers and bystanders can help stop bullying and aid bullies to get the support they need to stop. This workshop focuses primarily on bystander/peer intervention and personal awareness.
Emotional intelligence, resilience, wellbeing and mindfulness are all discussed in this interesting and fun session. Young people are supported to better understand their own needs and practical strategies to get through tough times. This session is great for groups and individuals to learn how to manage stress or difficult situations by implementing self-care strategies.
To watch a copy of this presentation on YouTube please CLICK HERE
To request a copy of the presentation on PowerPoint contact email@example.com
This workshop is designed to build awareness of what gender equality means, areas in society which remain unequal and how the impacts people across ages backgrounds, income levels and gender identity. This workshop discusses gender stereotypes and how these are perpetuated both consciously and unconsciously.”
Our body image workshop explores online and offline influences that may be negatively impacting young people. This workshop is appropriate for all genders and unpacks the different messages portrayed by the media, advertisements and social norms. This workshop discusses the potential emotional, physical and social harm that can occur as a result of beauty “trends” and practical ways that young people can protect themselves whilst building positive self-concepts.
Ditching Discrimination (for teachers) – LGBTQIAP+ and gender non-conformity
This workshop aligns with the ‘RU OK?’ campaign and explore practical tools young people can draw upon with their friends when they say they aren’t doing okay. This workshop encourages young people to seek support from youth workers/professionals however supports them to have the skills to hold difficult and courageous conversations until they can find support. This workshop was lucky enough to be reviewed by our Youth Focus group to incorporate feedback from young people passionate about mental health.
Time Out is a resource created by Banyule Youth Services to support Schools who are working with a student who is experiencing housing concerns or is couch surfing.
The resource is a downloadable file that Staff can use to support and assist the young person.
If you are working with a young person in this situation and would like to find out more about supports in the Banyule region then please contact us on 9457 9855 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Time Out is a resource created by Banyule Youth Services to support families who are supporting or living with a young person who is experiencing housing concerns or is couch surfing.
The resource is a downloadable file that families can use to support and assist the young person.
If you are supporting a young person in this situation and would like to find out more about supports in the Banyule region then please contact us on 9457 9855 or email@example.com
No, all of our workshops are entirely FREE. This includes a youth worker presenting the workshop and providing relevant free resources for young people relevant to BYS services and the content of the workshop.
All presenters are able to provide WWCC and proof of vaccinations.
Due to a high number of school bookings we ask that schools limit their bookings to 3 workshops per year. In unique circumstances its best to speak to one of our youth workers.
Our workshops are able to be facilitated to group sizes of 10-150 dependent on the students comfortability of engagement. To best utilise your 3 workshops it can be useful to book for entire year levels rather than individual classes.
The videos used in our workshops contain subtitles and staff are happy to wear microphone or hearing aid equipment to promote access. BYS are unable to provide an Auslan Interpreter, however happy to work alongside any present.
As a general rule, BYS only services schools within the municipality, however in circumstances where there is a large Banyule student population we may be able to support. Its best to speak to a youth worker about this.
All school workshops require a way to connect to a projector i.e. HDMI Cable or USB port, a microphone (if appropriate), a space appropriate for the group size, table for resources and for students to bring a pen.