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Max Potential

The Epping Club is looking forward to another year of community members leading self, leading others and leaving a legacy.

We are pleased to announce that applications for 2017 are now open. We are looking for a number of local community members to step into coaching roles for the year, which will include training over 2 days plus 4 one-to-one coaching support sessions through the program, as they support young adults over 4 group workshops and 8 individual coaching sessions. If you are interested in joining our team, we would love to have you apply for 2017.

To apply for a coaching position please complete the following steps:

1. Check the attached dates with your diary
2. Fill out the application form online http://max-potential.com.au/mphub2017
• 'Click on 2017 Online Registration’
• Select Coach
• Select The Epping Club/Epping-Ryde program

Please note you will need to have a verifiable Working With Children Check number in order to become a Coach. Details on how to obtain one are in the application form.

We look forward to receiving your application. In the meantime, please feel free to contact our Program Manager, Mel Hanger with any questions you have:
02 9004 7866

In the meantime, you can see some of the results of coaching through Max Potential here: https://www.youtube.com/user/MaxPotentialAus/videos - where young adults have expressed through videos the personal growth achieved in the program.




Please see below forms for the 2017 Max Potential Program

Click here to 
download the Max Potential Brochure

Click here to download the Max Potential Dates




Max Potential provides professional growth for business leaders. Employers can participate by having leaders in their businesses build coaching skills, community engagement and personal leadership skills and experience. 


Community Organisations

Max Potential students develop and implement projects as their ‘major work’, aimed at assisting sectors of the community such as the needy, the aged, as well as initiatives to support teenagers at high schools.


Sponsors support a program that assists in building communities. Furthermore, they are co-branded with the organisations running the program and the Future Achievement Australia Foundation. Sponsors are profiled in all publicity, at the media launch and at the final Showcase.


Young Adults (16-22)
Young adults develop personal leadership skills, and have a positive engagement with their local community. The program accelerates young adults’ ability to lead themselves and others – this is a fast-track program to success!