This new resource has been developed to further support youth and adults to work with Special Interest Areas of the new program and Achievement Pathways. It has helpful pointers, such as:
- Why Special Interest Areas are important
- Time requirements
- What happens when goals are not achieved
- Stepped out examples of how a Special Interest Area might develop
- The role of people like parents, adult leaders, the unit council
- School projects
- Special Interest Area ideas for each section
You can access this resource in the Achievement Pathways section of the PR website, under the Special Interest Areas tab.
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