Randall Clinch has gained a national reputation as a leader in changing the attitudes of young people towards learning and life. He was featured on ABC's Australian Story, in Monash magazine (9.1) and in the 2006 ICET World Assembly. His approach is different, and it generates different outcomes.
Since 1995, Randall has worked in a range of settings, including primary and secondary schools, remote communities, juvenile justice centres and jails. His programs have had remarkable success with young people whose quality of life has been threatened by drug dependency, homelessness and isolation. His client list includes the Australian Government, universities, youth justice services, corporations and a large number of schools and agencies, both national and international. He has worked with Aboriginal elders, students, teachers, parents, long-term unemployed, staff, managers, CEOs and board members.
Randall's programs have been subjected to rigorous research scrutiny. His training techniques are engaging, informing and inspiring. He is an entertaining and personable speaker, whose presentations are informed by experience. Suffering from a debilitating back condition and having lost his son to cancer, Randall understands the power we all to have to mould our destiny. He now shares this magic with others and achieves outstanding results.
Randall Clinch travels from Australian Capital Territory Australia
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