Students at John Tonkin College had a chance to discover career pathways and learn resilience training at a recent workshop, known as IZRA.
More than 100 year 9 students attended the Creative and Resilience workshop, held over three days in June at the Tindale campus.
The hands-on vocational workshops were aimed at inspiring the students to develop their own skills and passions for career choices and preparing them for the workforce.
Activities helped to inspire the students in their career choices, while also learning about developing their skills, passions and hobbies into a vocation or business.
Vice principal Che Heeley described the knowledge gained by students as "invaluable for their future".
"The workshops were creative and provided the students with knowledge on career pathways," he said.
"The students have also gained valuable resilience strategies and gained a better understanding of being resilient."
The workshops were funded through the Peel Development Commission's Royalties for Regions program.