In partnership, ACPE and Collective Leisure aim to educate and empower individuals and groups across their communities on ‘whole of person’ well-being and support them to realise their potential.
With clear synergies between ACPE courses and program requirements and the specialisation and values of Collective Leisure, both organisations are looking forward to a long-term partnership. With Collective Leisure becoming the official well-being partner of ACPE, students, staff and alumni of ACPE can look forward to receiving an extra layer of support and access to a wide range of valuable tailor-made resources. As a social enterprise the purpose of Collective Leisure is to enable well-being without boundaries. Meaning no matter who you are, where you’re from or what your background is you should be able to access education, services and opportunities to enable your well-being.
David Burns, Founder + CEO Collective Leisure, shared “Collective Leisure are thrilled to be appointed as the official well-being partner of ACPE. It’s inspiring to us and a demonstration of how forward thinking ACPE are, that the well-being of their students, alumni, faculty and communities they reach, has become an even greater focus for the College.” When discussing what the partnership will bring to both ACPE and Collective Leisure, David went on to add “The scope of our partnership is exciting, including well-being sessions with follow up support to different groups of students; guest lectures; work experience opportunities; professional development for teachers and as a compliment to the school program. With a clear values alignment between our two organisations we look forward to a long term mutually beneficial partnership.”
Maureen Rocha, Director of Student Services and Well-being at ACPE shared “Student and staff mental health and wellbeing is a number one priority for ACPE. We are adopting a holistic approach and are excited to be partnering with Collective Leisure. I am in particular excited students being able to access a range of wellbeing strategies and resources provided by this great organisation. We are proactively trying to achieve and sustain the best possible outcomes for the wellbeing of our students.”