Endeavour College of Natural Health offers campus visits and presentations for secondary school students (years 10-12) to provide insights into careers in natural health and study options. We can also run experiential days and interactive workshops for senior students (years 11-12) to explore life on campus and get behind the scenes to experience different aspects of a discipline they are interested in. To request a campus visit or workshop, please email email@example.com.
Depending on school location and availability of staff we can arrange for a staff member to visit your school to deliver a presentation to your students (years 10-12) on careers in natural health. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Endeavour attends a number of large school career expos throughout Australia. Careers Advisers can request a representative to attend your school expo, careers day or community expo, to provide information on Endeavour courses, pathways, facilities, services and campus life by emailing email@example.com.
Each year we invite school Career Advisers to join us for breakfast and hear from our academics and students about life and courses in natural health at our College. If you would like to be part of one of these events please email us your details.
Endeavour College holds Open Days four times per year and we welcome school students and their parents at each of our six locations nationwide. This is a great opportunity to visit our campuses with plenty of presentations and interactive displays.
Endeavour publishes a number of brochures and resources which may of be interest to your students. These are available to download and share, or if you require a hard copy of any of these resources (including our course brochures) please contact us.
Our School Leavers Prospectus features information on the natural health industry as well as Endeavour course options.
Endeavour’s blog is full of great stories featuring our alumni students in the health and wellness industry. It is a free resource to share with your students and colleagues.