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They were among dozens of talented students presented with their end-of-year honours in a series of graduation ceremonies across Queensland last week.
Families, friends and supporters were also present to enjoy the celebrations at Latch On® services in Bundaberg, Townsville and Brisbane – with more graduations to follow in Sydney on Tuesday 11 December.
The Latch On® tertiary education program, developed and coordinated in conjunction with The University of Queensland, is designed to develop literacy, technology and life skills in young adults with an intellectual disability.
It is available exclusively through Endeavour Foundation in Brisbane, Bundaberg, Sydney and Townsville.
Students attend for two days a week for the two-year program, with an optional third year available. Course work includes literacy, communication and computer skills while also developing self-confidence, interaction and employability. Each class is co-ordinated by a registered teacher who is supported by purpose-trained teachers.
Area Manager for Disability Services Deirdre Bennett is responsible for Latch-On® and said the graduation ceremonies marked the end of a busy year.
“The students have worked very hard throughout the program and their certificates are testimony to that,” she said. “The graduations are an opportunity to celebrate their achievements.”
Ms Bennett described the ceremonies as “proud and wonderful occasions for the students, families and carers, and everyone connected with Endeavour Foundation”.
On Tuesday, 11th December, seven students from Latch-On® in Castle Hill, Sydney, will be awarded a Certificate II in Literacy & Technology.
Along with their Bundaberg counterparts, these talented young adults are the first graduates of the Certificate II in Literacy & Technology program.