Coffee Club Kalamunda
P2S RUGBYWORKS is pleased to welcome Coffee Club Kalamunda as a Bronze Sponsor. Nestled in the centre of Kalamunda village the Coffee Club offers great coffee, all day breakfast as well as a range of casual modern Australian dishes from a steak sandwich to Asian Calamari salad. Don’t forget to try them out next time you are up in the hills.
Find them at: www.coffeeclub.com.au/stores/kalamunda/
Car Clinic WA
P2S RUGBYWOKS welcomes Car Clinic-WA as a Bronze Sponsor. Car Clinic-WA believes in great professional and prompt service to their customers and constantly seek ways to delight their customers with the work they perform on their vehicles. We look forward to a long and happy relationship with them.
Find them www.carclinicwa.com.au
Altair Mining Consultants
We are delighted to welcome the Altair Mining Consultancy as a Gold Sponsor of P2S RUGBYWORKS. Altair Mining Consultancy is as a company has a passion and commitment to delivery for the needs of its clients and stakeholders. It works closely with clients, seeking innovative ways to ensure optimal delivery on projects. As a company it recognises and values people’s differences and embraces, encourages and nurtures new ideas.
With its name ‘Altair’ linked to an old Arabic word for flying eagle the company embraces values such as opportunity, community, action and determination all of which resonate with P2S RUGBYWORKS ideals.
We are delighted to be working with Altair Mining Consultancy and look forward to many years of fruitful collaboration.
Find them at: www.altairmc.com.au
P2S RUGBYWORKS welcomes on board new Bronze Sponsor
Peter Holmes – The Auctioneering Company WA
P2S RUGBYWORKS is delighted to welcome Peter as a Bronze Sponsor. Peter is an all classes, licensed auctioneer who works for the benefit of sellers to maximise results for them. Peter has a long and successful relationship with Rugby Union starting at school and progressing to be a referee/coach with WA Rugby Referee’s Association.
You can phone Peter on 0402 226 444 almost any time – if he does not answer straight away he’s either preparing /doing an auction or refereeing a rugby match somewhere – but he will get back to you very soon!
Welcome on board Peter.
Find them at: www.tacwa.biz
P2S RUGBYWORKS have signed our first GOLD SPONSOR! We are delighted to have the magnificent support of Gavin Trim and Nationwide Training to help our youngsters in more ways than one.
In addition to much needed funding, Nationwide Training have agreed to put together scholarship opportunities for our youngsters to aspire to. They will provide 2 scholarships each year over the course of the 3 year agreement, in addition to hosting employability workshops to give our students exposure to the opportunities available in the transport and logistics industry.
Nationwide Training is a registered training organisation delivering transport and logistics training in Western Australia for over 20 years. Specialising in Forklift, Dangerous goods and Chain of Responsibility courses.
Managing Director, Gavin Trim said “When I found out about P2S Rugbyworks and the support that they provide to young Australians through sporting programmes I wanted to assist this fantastic organisation and the work they are doing.
As a business owner and former Rugby player it is great to be able to provide sponsorship support to P2S Rugbyworks and provide access to the transport and logistics industry in Western Australia via our nationally recognised training courses and our client network.”
Fraser Griggs, CEO of P2S RUGBYWORKS Inc. couldn’t hide his delight at the deal, stating “I’m so pleased we have finally secured a GOLD SPONSOR here in Western Australia. The most pleasing aspect is that this is not simply a partnership that provides us with much needed funding; it also provides opportunities for the marginalised youth of WA. Gavin is particularly keen to help these youngsters out directly in the form of scholarships. We love his vision and that he shares the same objectives as us for the future of our program. Hopefully other businesses in WA will follow Gavin’s lead and help us support us in our aim of getting our youngsters into long-term, sustainable education, training and employment”
P2S RUGBYWORKS are pleased to welcome another high profile ambassador to our team to help us spread the word, grow the game and inspire our marginalised youngsters.
Cobie-Jane Morgan joins us from her Brisbane base after a glowing endorsement from Wallaroos Head Coach & P2S RUGBYWORKS Coaching Ambassador Dwayne Nestor.
We asked Cobie-Jane to tell us a bit about herself and her motivation for joining our team:
Who I am-
Plumber by trade, teacher by day.
Have recently changed careers and made the move from Sydney to Brisbane and fortunate enough to then be selected into the Qld Super W squad.
Played for the Wallaroos since 2009 as my first debut in Samoa was a qualifier for the 2010 World Cup.
Very passionate about helping others in all facets of life and hoping to inspire many young Australian kids to be the best version of themselves.
Motivation- Everyday the sun rises and it’s a new opportunity to be a better version of yesterday. I am inspired by many strong women who have impacted my life not just in sport but life in general. I have been surrounded by independent strong wahine (women) who have culturally, emotionally & physically shaped me to be the woman I am today & I hope I can pass that legacy on to the future generation.
Rugby & any form of training or physically activity is my outlet & if I can impact one youngster positively in this form I know I’ve succeeded.
P2S RUGBYWORKS are delighted to welcome a new ambassador to our ranks – hopefully the first of many in the coming weeks, ahead of our extensive 2019 Coaching Program.
Sarah Riordan 26, is a Brisbane based Wallaroos International playing with both West’s Bulldogs and the Queensland Reds. Sarah’s motivation in joining P2S RUGBYWORKS is “to be the best I can be, whilst trying to influence others and younger girls to do the same”Sarah added, “I’m excited to be on board and can’t wait to get started”
P2S RUGBYWORKS Inc. CEO, Fraser Griggs commented ’Sarah is a great addition to our team alongside Bec Clough and Marcel Brache who do invaluable work as role models for our youngsters and we hope Sarah will be the first of a number of new arrivals in the next few weeks. Sarah will provide great insight and encouragement to our youngsters through a variety of media and will connect directly with the students whenever she is in WA through her rugby commitments. We are fully committed to become a statewide program in the next couple of years with our ambition to be a WA based nationwide program in the longer term. Sarah will be a tremendous asset to help P2S RUGBYWORKS Inc. and our youngsters achieve our goals and objectives.
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Smarter Advisory & Accounting supports P2S RUGBYWORKS Inc.
P2S RUGBYWORKS Inc. is delighted to welcome Rob Dalton and Smarter Advisory and Accounting as a new Bronze Member.
Smarter Advisory & Accounting – Fremantle (Small Business Accountants) provides professional accounting, taxation, bookkeeping, business advisory and SMSF administration services to individuals and businesses. We are specialist small business accountants and are focused on the small business sector to provide timely and accurate advice.
We are full service, small business focused accountants, which means we can advise you on all areas of your business.
We become intimately involved with your business to assist and guide you every step of the way. This is essential for your success. We take an holistic approach to your business finances which in turn has a beneficial effect on you personally. We ensure you get the best outcome for now and for the future.
As with all of our supporters and sponsors we ask our members to use these businesses wherever possible to recognise their contribution to our delivery of the RUGBYWORKS program to the disadvantaged youngsters of Western Australia
P2S RUGBYWORKS breaks new ground inside of mainstream education
On the recommendation of Dr Anne Aly, Federal Member for Cowan, Mercy College in Mirrabooka invited P2S RUGBYWORKS to conduct ‘taster’ sessions for selected Year 9 and 10 students to try to improve their soft skills and employability attributes. The sessions recently concluded after four weeks (8 sessions) and we felt they went well. Deputy Principal of Mercy College, Jennie Jago wrote the following testimonial in response to our program:
A handpicked small group of twelve Year 9 (girls and boys) and ten Year 10 (boys) students had the opportunity to test drive and pilot the P2S Rugby Works program at Mercy College. The students had the opportunity to build trust and maintain relationships through the medium of rugby. They developed their soft employability skills (problem solving, communication, teamwork and critical thinking). Students were able to learn from their mistakes and resolve problems with others in the team. Pathway to Success (P2S) Rugby Works promotes resilience. It is about helping your people to become aware of the impact of their behaviour on others and to build their commitment to personal accountability and responsibility. Thank you to Fraser Griggs for allowing us the opportunity to see how the program works over a four week block of time. The feedback from the students was very positive as they engaged with the coaches.
The students had the opportunity to work with Bob, Duncan, Tel and Alan. We also met one of the sponsors Glen from Rugged Edge on the last Friday. We hope to incorporate the program into our 2019 Year 10 Vocational Education Training classes.