Youth Services

Djerriwarrh delivers a range of support programs specifically designed for young people. These programs include:

  • Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL)
  • Springboard
  • Learner Driver Mentor Program (L2P)
  • School Focused Youth Services (SFYS)
  • Reconnect: Engagement and Learner Support (REALS)


Intensive Bail and Youth Control Order Program

Intensive Bail and Youth Control Orders are court orders that centre on young people who have been charged or found guilty of serious offending, but who have the potential to be rehabilitated in the community with intensive support and stringent monitoring and supervision. Djerriwarrh has been contracted by the Victorian Government to deliver the IB&YCO Program across the Western Region of Victoria.

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Skills First Reconnect

Skills First Reconnect supports people between the ages of 20-64 who have been unemployed long-term and have not completed high school and young people aged 17-19 who are early school leavers. Participants are allocated a Skills First Reconnect coach who will assist them to find educational or employment opportunities. The program focuses on the following […]

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Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL)

The Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) is an alternative option to VCE for young people to complete Year 10, 11 and/or Year 12.

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Learner Driver Mentor Program

If you are aged 16 to 20, and have no access to a supervising driver or vehicle to assist with your 120 hours driving practice, the L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program may be able to help you.

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The Springboard program is part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to improve life outcomes for young people living in, or, leaving residential out-of-home care by providing support, opportunities and assistance to education, training and/or employment pathways.

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School Focused Youth Services

Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services (Djerriwarrh) delivers School Focused Youth Services in the Melton region.

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