Johns Education Consultants work with clients from the education sector, as well as community facing organisations, not for profits, local government and the learning and development departments of larger organisations. We offer a range of consulting services including:

Program Evaluation

How successful have your efforts at youth engagement been? This shouldn't be a hard question to answer, but many organisations have difficulty providing concrete evidence of the strengths or areas of challenge of their programs. 

We can help you to evaluate the effectiveness of your existing programs, and how they can better meet your organisational goals. 

Project Management

Good ideas aren't hard to come by. However, bringing these ideas to fruition can be challenging and time consuming. We are skilled at project planning, curriculum design and project delivery needed to get education projects up off the ground. 


We help train teachers and other front-line staff to work effectively with learners with barriers to education.

Our training aims to provide practitioners with the skills and knowledge to more effectively keep young people engaged with education.  Our training is interactive and hands on, building on the strengths and knowledge that all people already have.

Our training is mapped to the requirements outlined by the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) for teachers’ yearly registration and can also be mapped to other frameworks.

Speaking & Facilitation

Nick Johns is an accomplished speaker, and has spoken and facilitated at a wide range of major education and community conferences in Victoria.  Nick is able to speak on a range of topics to do with youth development, youth engagement, the flexible learning sector and strategies ti improve youth engagement.

In the last twelve months, Nick has presented the keynote session and a workshop session at the Victorian Applied Learning Association (VALA) 2017 Annual Conference, a workshop at Community Colleges Australia (CCA) 2017 Annual Conference, a research launch at the BGKLLEN Annual General Meeting, a research presentation at the biannual Community Schools and Alternative Settings Conference and a presentation to the Department of Education HESG All Staff Forum.