This section outlines the purpose and qualities of the 5 Key Practice Areas of Open Talent, and the elements/actions needed for a thriving OT approach. It provides a checklist and series of questions for EFY Foyers so they can embed the OT approach in all aspects of policy and practice.
The OT, advantaged thinking approach recognises that with the right set of investments, young people’s talents can be scouted out and coached to build their potential. However, coaching alone is not sufficient in the OT approach.
The Open Talent/advantaged thinking approach is expressed through 5 Key Practice Areas. Whether the service area relates to education, employment, wellbeing or others these 5 areas need to be addressed in the practice relating to each of the areas.
Open Talent identifies 5 Key Practice Areas:
Open Talent identifies 5 key practice areas – Places, People, Opportunities, the Deal and the Campaign.
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