Preaccredited English and Vocational Skills

These courses are funded by Adult Community and Further Education (ACFE) to help learners gain the confidence and skills needed to look for a job or go on to further study.

Language Skills in Practice

Basic language skills using real life work and community scenarios.
Fridays 9.30-11.30am
Dates : 19 July to 14 December
Cost : $50 Concession / $70 Non-concession

English for Work & Volunteering 2 and 3

2 courses focussing on the language and literacy for working and volunteering in the community services sectors.
Level 2 - Tuesdays 12.30-3pm
Level 3 - Fridays 12.30-3pm
Dates : 19 July to 14 December
Cost : $50 Concession / $70 Non-concession

Community Leadership

Develop your skills through volunteering, get support towards getting a job & help your community connect to learning. This course includes event planning, resume preparation and encouraging your community to work, learn or volunteer. Gain understanding of the Australian education and employment system. This course suits community members from different language backgrounds.
Dates : 12th, 19th & 26th October 2018
Times:10am – 3pm
Cost: Free for eligible participants
Where: Kathleen Syme Library & Community Centre

Cooking Pathways

Learn English and food handling skills for employment. Together with the class, under the supervision of a skilled facilitator, you will learn to prepare meals from available ingredients, share recipes and cook up feasts. Learn safe food handling, improve your cooking skills and prepare healthy meals.
Thursdays 10am-12.30 pm
Dates: 26 July – 20 September
Cost - $50 Concession - $70 non-concession

Introduction to Sustainability Skills

In an ever changing world looking after our environment is rewarding and essential. This course helps you to learn about reducing waste, recycling at home and at work, saving water, composting, growing vegetables & herbs and more. Course participants will develop their confidence and communication skills at the same time by promoting sustainability practices in CNLC programs as part of the CNLC Green Team.
Thursdays 1-3pm in Term 4
Cost - $50 Concession - $70 non-concession

Introduction to Event Organising

Learn the basics of event organisation and at the same time improve your communication skills. Participants will be introduced to the practical tools needed, and with the support of our facilitator organise CNLC events and other select local community based events.
Course Days and Dates
This course will be delivered over Terms 3 and 4 at days and times to suit interested participants.
There will be a combination of face-to-face learning and practical engagement at the time of events.
Cost: Free for eligible participants

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