Pauline has been involved in training for 20 years and has become passionate about training and education since experiencing firsthand how employment and education can change the lives of not only the participant but their families also.

Pauline has worked and lived in remote communities spreading from Cape York, Torres Strait Islands, and the Kimberley and desert regions of Western Australia for extended periods and has developed a comprehensive understanding of the hurdles associated with remote environments. The knowledge and experiences gained during this time is an invaluable resource for her role as a Real Life Guide for the enVizion Virtual Reality Experience Project.

Using cutting edge technology and the ability to provide career information in a compelling and engaging manner, Pauline is confident that community members and organisations will engage positively to this new and creative learning approach.

Peter comes from a multi-faceted skills background including mining / drilling, truck driving and machinery operation prior to commencing studies and work in music teaching and the past 22 years in human services.

In addition to completing university qualifications in child and youth mental health, addictions studies, substance misuse counselling and nursing, Peter has focused his attention primarily on alcohol and other drug prevention / treatment work, youth work, community development and mentoring in a host of urban, rural and remote locations.

Utilising a combination of activities in maintaining a healthy work / life balance including yoga, meditation and competitive sport, Peter also enjoys the company of positive creative people and the mind sets they bring.