Intake & Allocation Process
This document outlines each step of the Youth Support client intake and worker allocation process. This is important information for anyone making a referral to our service.
Client Intake Form
Please fill in as much information as possible and send it to our intake workers Sue or Sarah via email or post. It is essential that the young person being refered to our service is aware of the referal and has provided written concent. Without their concent we are unable to start the intake process.
Youth Support Feedback Form
Client feedback is very important to us, and the comments made on these forms are used to improve the quality of our service. The feedback form is anonymous and confidential.
Client Consent Form
This form allows clients to consent to the sharing of information between the Youth Support Team and other parties and organisations. Personal information is kept confidential and will not be shared with other organisations unless this form has been signed, although exceptions can be made in extreme circumstances as per the Privacy Act 2000 (No.98/2000).
Mornington Peninsula Youth Services has a formal process in place for recording and resolving complaints. This document outlines what happens when a complaint is made.
Program Participant Information & Consent Form
This form is to be filled out by all participants and returned to the Programs Team before the program commences.
Police Check Form
Police Checks are required for adults to work or volunteer for our programs. For example, all L2P Mentors are required to fill in this form before they can participate in the program.
VicRoads Records Search Form
This form is required for new L2P Mentors. It allows us to review your driving history including prior convictions, which will help us to assess your mentor application.
L2P learner Pack
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"Education and Training -local options other than school"
‘Peninsula Pathways Guide’ – is a booklet for early school leavers of local places that offer community VCAL, CGEA, vocational training (VET), apprenticeship, traineeships, TAFE course and more. It includes information of locations, how to pay fees, what to expect. Updated each year. Download at http://www.fmpllen.com.au/uploads/1/2/9/9/12992035/pp_guide_2012_2013_final.pdf