This Week at Lake Tuggeranong College
This Week’s Cover Photo – Box Joints with Mark Gannon
Youth Support Worker
Legal Aid – Welcome Shirvani
Shirvani – providing legal advice at LTC.
Youth Support Worker
Hi, I’m Sally and I’m the Youth Support Worker at Lake Tuggeranong College.
I have worked at the college for nearly 13 years. During that time I have had a lot of involvement with student wellbeing, which is where my passion lies. At the end of 2019 I decided to study Youth Work at CIT, which has enabled me to better support our young people.
Some of the services I offer are targeted wellbeing support, referrals to external services for students and families, such as headspace, Communities@Work, and MARSS (Migrant & Refugee Settlement Service). I run a breakfast club during recess three days a week, I’m a trained Road Ready instructor, and I coordinate student volunteering. I am at the college five days a week and will endeavor to assist and support our students to the best of my ability. If there is something that I can’t help with, I will surely be able to find the right person or service who can.
I can be contacted on 6142-3663 or via email at email@example.com
I look forward to working with staff, students, and community members to progress learning opportunities and pathways for all.
Shivani is the Legal Liaison officer at Lake Tuggeranong College. She is a Legal Aid lawyer that can give free and confidential legal help to students and their families. Shivani can help with most legal issues including family law, family violence, personal protection orders, tenancy and renting, Centrelink, independence from parents, dealing with police, drug laws, criminal law, driving offences, cyber bullying and harassment, sharing intimate images online, motor vehicle accidents and insurance, debt, employment law, migration and visas, CYPS involvement and reporting crimes to the police.
Shivani does not share information about a student’s legal matter with the student’s parents, police, health services or Child protection services without the student’s consent. As a lawyer, she is not a mandatory reporter.
Shivani is at Lake Tuggeranong College every second Thursday from 9am – 3.00pm. Students can drop in to speak to Shivani while she is on-site. If Shivani is not on site when a student would like to speak to her, she can be contacted by phone on (02) 6243 3460 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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