Youth and Community Service Delivery

Tailored Research Projects

Mentoring available for Youth and Community Leaders 

Youth and Community Service Delivery


World Central is a registered charity under the Australian Charities & Not For Profit Commission, and delivers best practice youth development and community service delivery, and specialises in this area 


Tailored Research Projects

We respond to requests for your community service research needs, and tailor our processes to meet specific outcomes. Check out our “Living & Working in Remote Indigenous Communities” Research Report 



World Central’s Mentoring Program…    
World Central’s ‘Two-Way Leadership’ mentors leaders in Australian communities at bridging very different worlds, cross culturally. We support you in practicing as both teacher and student simultaneously, supporting local leaders to lead, and also meeting set funding objectives for sustainable outcomes.

The “Living & Working in Remote Indigenous Communities” Research Report conducted by the World Central Team (which can be found in Research tab), shows evidence that a shocking 3 of 5 people working in remote Indigenous communities do not receive adequate support in the work; and subsequently experience a whole range of symptoms that often lead to extreme burnout or health conditions.


Extreme burnout or workplace stress is real and even now acknowledged by the World Health Organisation It is a much higher risk when working in isolated contexts without the right support, and may cause long-term damage to peoples mental health, inner resilience system and/or health & wellbeing. 


Contact us today to get real-time support in the #MiddleofNowhereCentreofEverything 

‘Two-Way Leadership’ Mentoring

 Our ‘Two Way Leadership’ mentoring and support ensures youth and community service leaders are well supported working out bush in very remote locations, but also in rural and urban areas. We work to meet your wellbeing needs as practitioners balancing professional and community objectives; in order to allow you to lead in supported and sustainable ways. Ultimately it is to learning to practise with real and robust communications, yet culturally appropriately in the given context, and without the practitioner losing ones sense of wellbeing.

Recent News

The Moral Compass and The Work

Ethical and Moral Pluralism in Multidisciplinary Community Service Delivery A ‘Code of Conduct’ is a pretty stock standard and generic approach within organisations and companies, used to temper the potential vagrancies of human behaviour, in a workplace setting....