Paul Wade joins forces with Ex Police Officer Trent Southworth for a 2 hour Power Presentation on the life skills that teenagers need to survive.
Paul had a great day talking with the Year 6 students at Glenorie Public School. The students listened intently as Paul spoke about his time as Captain of the Socceroos, the many places he visited as well as how important is for students to make good choices as they head to high school. The
Paul recently spoke with the Senior Year 12 Students at The Scots College. The presentation was a great way to inspire and motivate the students as they had recently completed their trial HSC. The students left the presentation feeling very upbeat and confident as they know new the importance of re-motivating and re-energising themselves before
Nicole Wood – Epilepsy Action Conference nicooolemay Paul Wade is one amazing man! I am so glad that I had the pleasure to meet him and hear all his stories from when he was playing for the Socceroos. We actually have something in common, we both have epilepsy. Hearing how he never lets his
Paul Wade Life Skills love to provide young people the opportunity to be the best that they can be! A great way to do this is to participate in the Paul Wade Life Skills GOALS Program – Gaining Opportunity and Life Skills. Over 5 weeks students enjoy discovering the importance of Success and what
Here at Paul Wade Life Skills we like to inspire and motivate through power stories around Employability and Life Skills and the good news is we have a few dates available between September and December 2017 for your school or organisation! Our presentations and team building workshops are great for high school students as
Did you know at Paul Wade Life Skills we also deliver primary school programs? Our most popular presentations are ‘Moving onto to high school’ and ‘Lets get up and move’. Our young students love to hear all about Paul’s journey as Socceroo Captain, his life lessons and how he lives with Epilepsy. The students
Last week the years 5 and 6 students from Crescent Head, Aldaville, Kinchela and Gladstone Primary Schools participated in an uplifting experience on leadership facilitated by Paul Wade Former Socceroo Captain. Paul Wade engaged and entertained the students with his many stories about his role as Captain of the Socceroos, his international travel and