Looking ahead: lessons from the evaluation of Peninsula Youth Connections

30 November 2012

By Anna Barrett, 2012

Peninsula Youth Connections, the local expression of an Australian Government initiative to support young people at risk of disengaging from education and training, was evaluated as highly successful. Young participants experienced the program as responsive, flexible and supportive, and the majority achieved positive outcomes.


This stage 3 report assessed PYC's outreach and re-engagement services and its strengthening of regional services. It also considered the implications for government policy.

The report includes summaries of stages 1 and stage 2 as appendices.

Download Looking ahead: lessons from the evaluation of Peninsula Youth Connections (31 pages, PDF, 371 KB)

 

Read the earlier reports:

Anna Barrett 2012 Building relationships for better outcomes: Peninsula Youth Connections evaluation stage 2 report (PDF, 1 MB)

Sharon Bond 2011 Overcoming barriers to education: Peninsula Youth Connections evaluation stage 1 report (PDF, 522 KB)

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