What is TEP?

The Targeted Engagement Program (TEP) is specifically designed for a student who has experienced serious personal challenges but is not quite ready to attend a campus setting with other students. Prospective TEP students must meet specific criteria and prerequisites in order to be considered for this learning pathway.

TEP is a transition program designed to provide a pathway to attending a campus, work placement or approved educational option.

TEP is a mixture of individual and where suitable, small focus groups supported by a skilled Youth Engagement Worker.

The TEP re-engagement program runs for 10 to 15 weeks in total.

TEP has four key elements:

  1. Strategic Relationship Building
  2. Personal Recovery and Community Building
  3. Good Deeds
  4. Educational Preparation