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Haddon & District Community House Fourth Term Program Guide 2013

396 Sago Hill Road, Haddon, 3351 | manager@haddoncommunityhouse.org.au | 5342 7050 OFFICE HOURS: Tues - Fri 10 - 4 pm | Fax: 5342 7013 Website: http://haddoncommunityhouse.org.au/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HaddonCommunityHouse


Enrolment We take enrolments Tuesday to Friday between 10 am and 3.30 pm.

Welcome to the Haddon & District Community House Term 4 Program Guide A very warm welcome to those returning and newcomers to the House for term 4, our last for 2013, where did the year go? I hope you will find something new to excite you in our the spring course program. And remember we always welcome suggestions for classes and if you are able to teach a skill , or volunteer to share your expertise then please come talk to me and we may be able to offer those activities at the house next year! We received some very exciting news in August, that the ‘House’ had been awarded the inaugural ‘Grampians Learn Local Legend Award’ voted by the ACFE Regional Council and Board. Only eight awards were made in Victoria under this category. A group of us went down to the St Kilda Town Hall for the presentation and the awards dinner on August 29th. It was a lovely evening and we felt very proud to have won this title especially as we are such a very small centre amongst many larger organisations. It is a something we hope will be celebrated by all those who volunteer and attend the House and is an affirmation of the hard work and support. We have some new computer classes available this term and some very popular returning ones such as MYOB. One of our exciting new computers courses is the 'Intel® Easy Steps program. With successful completion you will receive a certificate. We know this will be very popular and we already have had many students book in so you will have to be quick to secure a place. And nearly all of our computers have been replaced in the computer lab now and some are touch screens so they are really user friendly! We had our first ‘high tea’ in term three and it was very popular so we are offering it again. Why not get a group together to enjoy a few hours socialising and learn at the same time? Some of our exciting new classes are: creative writing, essay writing, ‘Unlock The Mystery of The Most Complicated Chinese Character…,’ the ‘Citizen Journalists Project ‘ - they sound so intriguing don't they? And some classes returning are: computers, card making and the quilters group sessions. Or learn to relax with art classes or get fit with tai chi, yoga or meditation sessions. We are very proud to offer a large range and variety of courses and activities. Our trainers and tutors are highly trained and are dedicated to help you with your learning journey, creative pursuit or healthy activity. The Community House is YOUR House and we want to know what you want on offer in addition to that we already have in the program so please let us know if you have any ideas. So take a look through our program and book early as we need sufficient numbers to proceed with the courses and many have limited numbers as well. As always a big thank you to our supporters and volunteers. And please check and ‘like’ our page and keep informed of the latest news and activities on our Facebook page. “Learn everything you can, anytime you can, from anyone you can, there will always come a time when you will be grateful you did.” - Sarah Caldwell

Joan, Manager

Please note that your booking is not secured until full payment is made or a suitable payment arrangement is made with the House Manager. HOW TO ENROL  In person at the Community House office - 396 Sago Hill Road, Haddon.  By telephone on 5342 7050  By email: manager@haddoncommunityhouse.org.au CONDITIONS OF ENROLMENT

 Fees become due at the time of booking. Places will not be held unless fees are paid or a deposit received and payment plan arranged.  Refunds cannot be given once a class has commenced or at least 5 business days notice is provided as we are committed to pay course costs.  Refunds will be given if the class is cancelled for any reason.  Prospective students should be aware that some courses/ activities may not proceed if there are insufficient numbers to cover operational costs.  Concession rates apply where indicated and only on presentation of a current concession card.  Notification will be given only when classes are cancelled or rescheduled. Please assume that the course will proceed unless otherwise notified. If you are concerned or have any queries, please contact the House. Please talk to us about fees and payments, if they cause any problems. We are committed to equitable access for all and may be able to assist. People of all abilities are welcome at all suitable programs. The Northern Community Centre is fully accessible. HDCH respects your right to information privacy and any information we collect and hold is kept in accordance with information privacy laws.

The Haddon & District Community House aims to provide a range of educational, social and recreational activities to suit a range of tastes and interests. While all effort is made to proceed with advertised activities it is not always possible if enrolments do not generate the funds required to cover the costs of tutors and room hire. Please note that business and corporate rates may differ from the prices included in this program. Please check with the Manager for these rates. We can tailor a course to your business needs and we are always happy to discuss this with you.

The Haddon and District Community House acknowledges the ongoing funding and support made available by State Government of Victoria (Adult & Community Further Education (ACFE), the Department of Human Services, DEECD & the Department of Planning & Community Development).


ACCREDITED & PRE-ACCREDITED TRAINING & JOB SKILLS APPLY FIRST AID CERTIFICATE

PERFORM CPR - HLTCPR211A

This course covers all the necessary skills & knowledge required to provide first aid response, life support, management of casualty (ies), the incident & other first aiders, until the arrival of medical or other assistance. This unit incorporates the content of units HLTCPR201B Perform CPR and HLTFA201B Provide basic emergency life support. Please note we need a minimum of 10 students for this course to proceed.

This course covers all of the skills and knowledge required to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council Guidelines. At the successful completion of this course participants will be issued with a statement of attainment valid for 1 year. Course 2.5 hours. DAY: Saturday (one day) DATE: TBC - dependent on sufficient bookings TIME: 9am - 12pm FEES: $130.00 ~ book & pay at least one week prior.

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Saturday (one day) TBC - dependent on sufficient bookings 9 am - 4 pm $130.00 (book & pay at least one week prior as pre work has to be done.

FOOD SAFETY LEVEL I CERTIFICATE Accredited course fulfils the requirements for those needing this qualification for their workplace or for their role as a volunteer. Students successfully completing this training will receive the nationally recognised certificate. In house courses can also be organised on request by a group. DAY: DATE: TIME: FEES:

Saturdays (or ask for other options) TBA (phone to book in-house training) 9.00 am - 4.30 pm $111.00(in-house cost per person)

ONLINE COURSE AVAILABLE TO START ANYTIME ~ course can be done online or by correspondence delivered by registered training organisation, “CFT International.” Please contact us to enrol. Simply fill in the enrolment form and pay the fee. We will then email you a link to commence the course online. You need to call in to the Community House to enrol. Phone: 5342 7050 for further information. Online course cost only $95.00

FOOD SAFETY LEVEL II To move up to Food Safety Supervisor in Hospitality, Community Health Services and Food Processing industries from Food Safety Level I. Earns the nationally recognised certificate: THHBCC11B Implement Food Safety Procedures or HLTFS310B Apply and Monitor Food Safety Requirements.

We can also conduct courses in ‘First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis’ and ’Emergency Management of Asthma in the Workplace if required. Minimum numbers of students are required for the first aid courses as set by the provider of this training. We can organise other dates. Groups catered for so please phone 5342 7050.

PRE ACCREDITED COURSES * INTRODUCTION TO HAIRDRESSING NOW AVAILABLE SATURDAYS/SUNDAYS Want to try a different career or merely expand upon your knowledge and skills in hairdressing? This course covers: braiding, straightening, cuts, to colours and foils! You will be fully instructed by a qualified trainer and hairdresser and you will learn how to style on mannequins and real hair! The course has been designed as a pathway to further study with Certificate courses, or employment in the hair and beauty industry or for your own personal development. DAYS: DATE: TIMES: FEES:

* INTRODUCTION TO BEAUTY SERVICES Interested in beauty and nails? Then this fun but practical introduction course will take you from personal interest to skill. Learn from practical work sessions supported with nail and beauty theory, This course is the ideal introduction to further studies in make-up and beauty therapy with a qualified trainer.

ONLINE COURSE AVAILABLE TO START ANYTIME ~ course can be done online or by correspondence delivered by registered training organisation, “CFT International.” Cost: $115.00

Please note: Payment for all classes are due one week prior to commencement. Places cannot be held if payment has not been received. This ensures people on waiting lists do not miss out.

Saturdays(4 sessions) or 2 whole weekends may be arranged with sufficient participants November 2nd ~ November 23rd please check for other dates/Wednesdays available. 10 noon ~ 3.00 pm $130.00. Concession: $110.00.

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Wednesday (check for other days/dates) October 23rd~ November 20th 10 am - 2 pm $130.00. Concession: $120.00


COMPUTER CLASSES

We offer a range of computer classes suitable for all levels of ability in a modern facility. *INTEL® LEARN EASY STEPS PROGRAM This is an exciting new program for the house being a further introduction to computers that allows for practical use of word processing, multi-media, internet and email and more. This tested world wide program is now being funded and offered by ‘Learn Local ‘organisations and is a great one for beginners or for those who need computer skills for work. If you are a business then think about helping your workers gain vital computer skills. And remember if you have an ABN then you may be eligible for this course for free.. You must have basic computer skills (i.e. be able to turn the computer on and use a mouse). A great class to take the fear and mystery out of learning basic computer skills. Become confident and comfortable using a computer in a relaxed and friendly environment. Small classes ensure personal attention. This course will run for 7 sessions. DAY: DATE: TIME: FEES: DAY: DATE: TIME: FEES:

Tutors:

Mondays October 7th ~ November 18th(7 weeks) 9.30 pm ~ 12.30pm $110.00/$85.00 concession Monday (afternoons) October 7th ~ November 18th(7 weeks) 1 pm - 4 pm $55.00 + $55.00 Amenities Fee ($110.00) or $55.00 + $35.00 ($85.00 concession fee). Charles Milne (morning Joan Coker (afternoon).

Note: Casual attendance for all computer classes where available is $20.00 per session. Other days and times maybe available please always check with the office. Please enquire about NBN eligibility for 6 hours free training on any computer classes for businesses, groups, not for profits.

BOOKEEPING FOR HOME BUSINESS ~ MS EXCEL Perhaps your business does not require an extensive software program such as MYOB so why not try to use Excel instead to assist you to keep abreast of your financials. This complete beginners excel training will provide a gentle introduction to using MS Excel with budgets, customer data base, stock inventory and ordering. Also Includes charts function and formulas. Learn how to navigate spread sheets, adjust columns and row sizes. insert formulas and use basic formatting options. No prior knowledge of Microsoft Excel is required however a general understanding of personal computers and the window operating system will be useful. 7 sessions. BYO USB stick. DAY: DAY: DATE: TIME: FEES TUTORS:

Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings October 22nd~ December 3rd 9.30 ~ 12pm or 7pm ~ 9.30pm $110.00 Charles Milne and Penny Sue Scott

*INTRODUCTION TO MYOB (AND THE NBN) Suitable for anyone wishing to gain an understanding of MYOB software including small business owners and employees. You must have sound computer skills You will learn how to set up a data file and do basic, everyday bookkeeping including the creation of customer and supplier cards, how to create invoices, receive payments, record purchases and make payments to suppliers. DAYS: DATE: TIMES: FEES:

Thursday evenings(7 weeks) October 31st ~ December 12th 7pm ~ 10pm $140.00/$120.00 (concession).

NOTE: We often get requests for Myob training for other days so give us a call and if we have sufficient numbers we will organise for you. (5342 7050).

IMPROVING YOUR ONLINE SEARCH SKILLS Online search can be a frustrating and an overwhelming activity. This session will cover how search engines work You will learn the tricks to make your online searching much more effective and about visual search engine alternatives to Google. DAYS: DATE: TIMES: FEES: TUTOR:

Monday November 11th 7pm ~ 9pm $25.00 Jess McCulloch

IPADS FOR BEGINNERS AND BEYOND BEGINNERS CLASS 2 IPADS, TABLETS & E-READERS Have you struggled with computers before? Then now is the time to test drive a tablet as they are very easy to use .Try before you buy or learn how to use your own & their many features. (limited number available in-house for use by class participants). The course will provide learners with basic skills; how to access & buy apps, develop confidence in setting up & managing emails & internet accounts, web searching, online purchases, time management; setting up calendar/schedules, etc.. Beginner Class will be followed by Beyond Beginners if desired. DAY: Wednesdays DATES: October 23rd ~ November 27th TIME: 9.30 am ~ 12.00 pm FEES: $90.00 COMPUTER LAB FACILITY FOR HIRE The computer lab has 10 PC’s & audio visual facilities and is served with a spacious rest area with tea and coffee making facilities.


COMPUTER CLASSES

We offer a range of computer classes suitable for all levels of ability in a modern facility. SPECIAL COMPUTER TRAINING These courses can qualify for free NBN funding for those eligible. Please phone for details and don't miss out on this opportunity! Tutor: Jess McCulloch ALL A TWITTER Twitter is not just about sharing what you had for lunch. It's an incredibly powerful networking tool that can give you easy access to people with the same interests as you, public figures and businesses. This session will cover:  setting up a Twitter account  finding interesting people to 'follow'  what to 'tweet' about  using 'hashtags'  using Twitter to participate in 'backchannels' on TV shows such as ABC's Q&A DAY: Monday DATE: October 21st TIME: 7 pm ~ 9 pm FEES $25.00 MOBILE PHONE PHOTOGRAPHY Have a smartphone? Like taking photos? Haven't progressed past just taking photos and are they are still sitting on your phone? Then this course can help you! Also would you like to form a group of like minded phone camera enthusiasts? This session will cover:  how to use your phone's camera  different apps for editing and adding filters to photos  ways to share your photos online  discuss the possibility of creating an ongoing mobile phone photography group DAY: Thursday DATE: October 31st TIME: 7 pm ~ 9 pm FEES $25.00 FACEBOOK PAGES FOR SMALL BUSINESS Have you thought about getting a Facebook page for your business but aren't sure where to start? Do you have one but aren't using it much? This session will cover why having a ‘Facebook Page’ for your business could be a good idea what the difference between a page and profile is how to set up page how to find and like other pages strategies for creating engaging content for your page. DAY: Thursday DATE: October 24th TIME: 7 - 9 pm FEES $25.00 PINTEREST FOR CRAFTY FOLK Pinterest is an extremely popular visual bookmarking website that allows you and share some great content. It is particularly popular for collecting craft ideas and inspiration. If you have a crafty bent and spend a bit of time looking for things on the internet (or would like to) come along and learn how to use Pinterest to:  make your own collection of inspiring websites  find other interesting users to follow  tag and collate your resources onto different 'boards'  share images of your own work DAY: Monday DATE: November 4th TIME: 7 ~ 9 pm FEES $25.00

WEBSITE BASICS (BLOGS & TEMPLATES) A relaxed and easy introduction to all those mysteries of blogging and online templates...what's the difference anyway? Come along and you'll learn about a range of popular free blog and template sites. The terminology and basic concepts along with how to plan your web site. We will also cover one session on how to write headlines, titles and opening blurbs that grab attention and finally we'll wrap up with a run down on social media and promotion. Along the way you will have the opportunity to create your own site. Please Note: Georgiana is a creative writing expert so this course is a much different approach to our other website courses in that it will show you how to write content that will achieve a better website. DAY: Thursdays (8 sessions) DATE: October 24th ~ December 12th TIME: 1pm-3pm FEES: $195.00/$175.00 concession (free to eligible NBN participants) TUTOR: Georgiana Archer

This course can qualify for NBN funding for those eligible to undertake the course it is free. Please phone for details and don't miss out on this opportunity.

MANAGING YOUR DIGITAL PHOTOS WITH FREE EDITING SOFTWARE This course will teach you how to remove red eye, sharpen images and other photo editing tricks, as well as how to create collages, calendars and other fun stuff with your digital photos! This course will take you through the steps of transferring photos, creating filing systems on your computer, resizing image files for emailing and ordering prints online. Participants will learn to use the free Picasa photo editing program. Some basic knowledge of using a computer is required for this course. Please bring along your photos on a USB stick or CD or camera with leads. DAY: Fridays(2 weeks) DATE: November 22nd ~ 29th TIME: 1pm ~ 4pm FEES $35.00 (concession $30.00) NB: This course can qualify for NBN funding for those eligible

to undertake the course it is free. Please phone for details.

DIGITAL FUN FOR CHRISTMAS In this class we are going to use the computers to have some fun and make some Christmas items; cards, etc. We will look at what you can do with your photos in an artistic way from your home computer to give to friends and family. You need basic computer skills and bring a USB stick and some photos on your camera or stick. DAY: Monday DATE: December 2nd & 9th TIME: 1pm ~ 3pm FEES $35.00 TUTOR: Joan


FREE NBN DIGITAL TRAINING Free Computer and Online Training Sessions for Businesses, Groups & NFP’s

Get ready for the National Broadband Network. Learn how to utilise the internet to reduce costs and enhance sales, productivity, communication, products and services. Attend one of the many FREE seminars that will be on offer and receive up to four hours FREE face-to-face advice & assistance for your business, group or not for profit organisation at a time and place that suits you! LETS US KNOW HOW WE CAN HELP YOU!

CONTACT US TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST NOW! PHONE: 5342 7050

NB: Any computer class and many other classes in this brochure can qualify for a free 2 hour session then 4 hours training so it is worth your while contacting us to discuss the possibilities now! Don’t miss out!


FREE NBN DIGITAL TRAINING FOR SMALL BUSINESS, COMMUNITY GROUPS & NFPs The Department of Broadband’s Digital Enterprise Program is designed to help businesses, organisations and groups understand how to take advantage of the NBN (National Broadband Network) to improve their online presence and extend their reach into the community and engage more effectively with customers or members. Attend one of the following 2 hour introductory information sessions to qualify for 4 hours of customised training afterwards. Please note all computer classes including mobile phones, iPads, MYOB, Excel, all social media classes i.e. Facebook and most digital camera classes can qualify for free NBN training to those eligible under the government guidelines. So please look though the program and let us know if any of them interest you as well as those listed below. If you don't see the course you require listed in the brochure or require specific training daytime/nightime sessions just give us a call for as long as we have four eligible participants we can organize it for you. Introduction to Dropbox ~ Friday November 8th, 1-3pm Dropbox is a great online tool which allows you to store your files, photos, etc so that they are accessible to you wherever you are as long as you can access the internet. You can synchronise your dropbox to files and folders on your computer so that any changes you make to either a file in dropbox or in your computer is automatically updated in both places. Introduction to Pinterest (day class- see also Pinterest for Crafty Folk evening class) ~ Friday November 15th, 1-3pm Pinterest is a website that allows you to organize and share all that you find on the web and more. This is a basic introduction to that will cover everything from creating an account, setting up a board and pinning your favorite discoveries and using it for business, groups or personal. More and more people are using Pinterest and it is becoming one of the leading social media sites among adults of all ages. Introduction to Evernote ~ Monday 18th, 7-9 pm Evernote allows you to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient, and makes this information accessible and searchable at any time, from anywhere. Use it to jot notes, create to-do lists, clip entire Web pages, manage passwords, and record audio. Everything added to Evernote is automatically synchronized across platforms and devices and made searchable. The program will even recognize printed or handwritten text in photos and images. Buying /Selling on Ebay, Amazon and Etsy ~ 7-9 pm Wednesday November 20th

Learn the basics about these online marketplaces. Explore ways to earn extra cash or build a business on Ebay, Amazon, and Etsy Introduction to Taking Your Small Business Online ~ Monday November 25th OR a daytime class can be arranged This session will cover introductions to:  the NBN and what its faster speeds mean for the future of business  what terms such as ‘digital workflow,’ ‘online marketing,’ ‘social media,’ & ‘cloud computing’ mean  digital tools you can use as part of your marketing strategy, such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, and blogs  digital tools you can use to improve organisation within your business, such as Evernote, DropBox and the suite of Google tools available.  how the Digital Enterprise program works and can be tailored to suit your needs You will also begin an analysis of your current online presence and start setting goals that could be the foundation of your online business strategy. This will help you to focus your training needs and decide which digital tools are going to be most powerful for your unique situation. Introduction to Cloud Computing for Small Business ~ 7-9pm Monday December 2nd. This session will introduce you to:  what the terms ‘the cloud’ and ‘cloud computing’ mean and examples of how cloud computing is being used  different tools you can use to improve organisation and communication within your business such as Evernote and DropBox, plus Google’s suite of tools At the end of each of these sessions you will be given the chance to decide what other specific free 4 hour customized training you would like to have under the scheme. Many other sessions are available free for eligible participants. But please remember you are only able to attend one free introductory session under the scheme and 4 hours additional training will be provided after your attendance to one of these sessions so choose wisely or ring us to discuss your needs. All you need to let us know is that you have an ABN or are part of a group, or not for profit to qualify for some free training. So it is worth your while contacting us to discuss the possibilities now! Don’t miss out! Introduction to Social Media for Small Business ~ 7-9pm Monday December 9th. This session will introduce you to:  different tools you can use for social media marketing, such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, & YouTube  ideas for creating content for your online profiles that is inline with your business goals  how to begin developing a social media strategy for your business or organisation that will allow you to listen to your customers, connect to new clients, market your products/services and control reputational damage All Introductory Sessions will take place at Haddon Community House, Sago Hill Road, Haddon. To book phone 5342 7050


SPECIAL CLASSES UNLOCK THE MYSTERY OF THE MOST COMPLICATED CHINESE CHARACTER... Come along to an informal 3 hour session all about the magic of Chinese characters. This fascinating writing system does not have an alphabet and is partially based on the idea of drawing pictures instead of writing words. There is an orderly system to constructing characters too. This session will have you doing activities, playing games and learning quite a few basic Chinese characters, as well as the most complicated one there is. Jess McCulloch has taught Chinese to all year levels from Prep to 12 and has most recently taught teachers how to make their Chinese classes more engaging with the use of technology. DAYS: DATES: TIME: COST: TUTOR:

Monday October 28th 7 pm ~ 10 pm $25.00 Jess McCulloch

ESSAY WORKSHOP As the end of the year closes in the pressure to perform cam sometimes lead people to ‘freeze' when they approach essay writing. This workshop aims to ‘thaw you out' and work though some logical steps using your own, real life essay to get moving. Not only that, we will look at dissecting the question, structuring an argument, using the internet to research safely, and working out what information is relevant. Finally, we will proof read each other's work. This course is ideal for year 11 & 12 students and tertiary students. DAYS: Mondays ~ 6 sessions DATES: October 21st TIME: 4.00 pm - 6.00 pm COST: $110.00 TUTOR: Georgiana Archer

CREATIVE WRITING (FOR BEGINNERS) Do you have a story in you? Many People dream of being a writer but never quite put ‘pen to paper' so speak or rather put fingers to keyboard. If you are keen to try your hand at creative writing, even for the therapeutic value of it, then this course may be just for you. We will start off with how to break through the barrier of the blank page and generate ideas. Then we will look at how to structure a story, character development, language, rhythm and about critical friendship' the art of constructive criticism amongst peers. This course is ideal for any age or stage of life. DAYS: DATES: TIME: COST: TUTOR:

Monday ~ 10 sessions October 14th 1 pm ~ 3 pm $242.00/218.00 concession Georgiana Archer

CITIZEN JOURNALISTS PROJECT If you have a mobile phone and are interested in learning how to be a mobile citizen journalist, then here is your chance. You'll learn about apps to use, what to look for in a story, and contributing to the stories in the ‘Woady Yaloak Herald’ if you desire. It is envisioned the group will also meet regularly (possibly monthly) to keep building on our expertise and interests, and, most importantly to keep writing and publishing stories. If there is sufficient interest, we can also go over setting up your own news style blog. Please register your interest by contacting Jess via email: media@haddonlearning.org.au

SOIL NUTRITION MANAGEMENT This introductory talk will look at Soil Chemistry, Soil Physics and Soil Microbiology and Carbon. Find out how to best prepare your soil for Spring/Summer whether you are a commercial or hobby farmer or a home gardener. This workshop looks at the science behind problems found in maintaining your soil in peak condition. If you care about your environment then come learn the best way how to contribute to our lands better health. DAYS: DATES: TIME: COST: TUTOR:

Wednesday November 6th 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm $35.00 Agronomist: Darren Cribbes

PERMACULTURE INTRODUCTION IN 2014 We are trying to secure funding for the permaculture course we are intending on conducting in 2014. You will learn from the experts all you need to get started in your own permaculture garden including principals and techniques of permaculture and design theory. Explore the history and politics of permaculture, seed saving, community gardening and much more. Concessions available and places are limited so register now for 2014. Check the Ballarat Permaculture Guild website for more information: http://www.ballaratpermacultureguild.org/education. Please phone 5342 7050 to register your interest now.

FEES & CHARGES Adult Education classes that are subsidized by Adult Community & Further Education are marked with the *. We are required to charge a student contribution consistent with Ministerial directions on Fees & Charges. Other fees are to assist us to pay for tutors, amenities and all other costs involved in running courses. For further information please speak to the Manager.


SPECIAL INTEREST

FOOD & COOKING CREATING A HIGH TEA After the great success of our third term ‘High Tea’ we decided to have another one! Learn how to put together a visually beautiful and delicious ‘High Tea 'in your own home for any occasion! You will be inspired to use your crockery and teapots, linens and fresh flowers to entertain friends for an elegant get-together! This hands on course has you participating in putting together sweet and savoury finger food as well as creating refreshing and pretty non-alcoholic drinks. Participants will be able to take samples of food home, as well as recipes and handouts to assist them in their own endeavours! This is a four hour fun filled class so come join in! Book early as places strictly limited!

NB: We can organise a high tea for you and your friends just call us! DAYS: DATES: TIME: COST: TUTOR:

Friday or Wednesday November 1st or November 13th 10 am ~ 2 pm $35.00 Catherine Hopper

RUNNING YOUR OWN MARKET STALL Did you know that you have only 5 – 10 seconds to attract the attention of a customer as they walk by your stand? This workshop focuses on how you can effectively create a market stall that is visually appealing with your own homemade or home grown items. Learn how to bring in the customers and more importantly, discover how to prepare for those busy market days! In this two hour class there will be a lot of discussion around ideas and what participants want to display and sell. It is suggested that each person bring in a sample of their wares. Catherine has run successful craft market stalls in Darwin at weekly night markets, as well as Darwin Craft Fairs and the monthly Ballarat Bridge Mall markets with her jam business. DAYS: DATES: TIME: COST: TUTOR:

Friday or Thursday October 25th or October 31st 1pm ~ 3pm or 10am ~ 12pm $30.00 Catherine Hopper

SENIORS WEEK 2013 INTRODUCTION TO IPADS AT LINTON This intro class will give you the chance to have a look at an iPad and see what all the fuss is about. See how easy they are to use and how much they do!

MAKE THE PERFECT CREAM SPONGE WORKSHOP Ever tried to make a sponge cake and it never quite turned out as it should? Admire those beautiful sponges that maybe your friends grandmother made? Then this workshop is for you! Let Marie show you how its done and learn the secret to success and the tips and tricks to make the perfect sponge. We are really looking forward to this class! And especially the taste testing with a cuppa afterwards! Limit 10 people. DAYS: DATES: TIME: COST: TUTOR:

Saturday November 9th 10 am ~ 12 pm $16.00 ( + small contribution for ingredients) everything supplied Marie Louise Stafford

MAKE THE PERFECT PAVLOVA We are also taking interest for this class with Marie Louise. Have you struggled to make this perfect summer dessert? Then Marie Louise will guide you through the tips and tricks to making the perfect pavlova! History: This airy meringue topped with fruit and cream was named after Russian prima ballerina Anna Pavlova, who toured Australia in 1926. It was observed that “she does not dance - she soars as though on wings”; hence the honorary naming of this light dessert. If you would like us to have this class then phone us to put your name on our list and we will twist Marie Louise's arm to have her come show you how and oh for the taste test afterwards; we cannot wait for that!!!

Thursday October 10th 1-3pm Linton Customer Service, 68 Sussex St., Linton FREE BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL. Book at the Well, Smythesdale for this event: 5321 1500

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QUILTING/PATCHWORK/SEWING HANDMADE @ HADDON QUILTING GROUP The group has been enjoying getting together working on their projects, so come join in and learn basic techniques and beyond and enjoy some time to share your enjoyment of quilting too! Join any time! DAY: DATES: TIME: FEES: FACILITATOR:

Mondays October 7th 6.30pm ~ 9.30pm $5.00 per session Dionne Armstrong


WELL BEING, HEALTH & EXERCISE TAI CHI FOR BEGINNERS

MEDITATION CLASSES Meditation assists the body and mind in healing - contacting stillness within. Gentle yoga stretches - embracing creativity as a healing force. Days: Fridays Date: October 18th ~ November 22nd Time: 11 am – 12.30 pm Cost: $70.00 Tutor: Jo Scherger for enquiries phone: 5342 8288 or 0408820976. Note venue for classes is ‘THE WELL,’ Smythesdale, but book at the Haddon Community House on 5342 7050 or ring Jo directly.

AUST CYCLE TRAINING AT LINTON Would you like to learn to ride or gain the confidence to get back on your bike? Golden Plains Shire Council in partnership with Haddon and District Community House is offering members of the Golden Plains community the opportunity to participate in FREE cycling training. Training will be provided by an accredited AustCycle teacher and is aimed at people who would like to take up bike riding or improve their cycling ability. The two week course will cover:: conducting a basic bike check, correct riding positions, mounting and dismounting, braking, balancing and cornering, changing gears, riding on hills, stopping and turning & more. Linton Recreation Reserve (tennis courts), 9 Brooke Street, Linton When: Saturday 23 November and 30 November 2013 Time: 9.00am – 12.00 pm Cost: FREE Please note all participants must supply own bike and safety helmet. Places are limited. To register for this course please contact The Well, Smythesdale on 5321 1500. Where:

YOGA/MEDITATION Do you have back, neck or shoulder problems? Do you suffer from high or low blood pressure? Do you have high stress levels and experience anxiety attacks? Then yoga can help! Your instructor is a fully qualified yoga teacher with over thirty years teaching experience. Beginners welcome! DAY: Wednesday evening or Thursday morning DATE: Oct 30th or Oct 31st TIMES: 9.45am ~ 10.45 am or 7pm ~ 8pm FEES: $72.00(6 weeks commitment required)$60.00 discount prepaid. TUTOR: Jenny

Bookings are essential!

A form of moving meditation used by people in China since the 16th century. This low impact, stress reducing physical exercise helps you maintain health and harmony in mind and body and also promotes mental alertness. Continuous flowing movement is performed in slow motion and coordinated with deep diaphragmatic breathing. Visually Tai Chi resembles an effortless dance, but in reality each movement is precise and performed with internal strength. Each class is structured for a variety of reasons; mainly to allow people of all ages and abilities to participant. You will start each lesson with a simple warm-up, then move into easy body movements that require concentration, and co-ordination of hands, feet and breathing. All of the movements enhance one's inner health and well-being. We are looking to run this class on a Thursday morning for this term and there is a possibility of an evening class if there is sufficient interest. Let us know what you would prefer. Wednesdays (if sufficient interest evening class can be organised DATE/S: October 23rd TIME: 11 am - 12 pm COST: $13.00 a week($88.00 for 8 weeks) NB: Places are limited. To register your interest contact the House on 5342 7050 DAY:

ARTS INTUITIVE ENERGY ART WITH PENNY-SUE

In this workshop your creativity will be invited to come out and play. We will not only use paint and brushes but you are also welcome to let your intuition guide you to alternatives for creating many fun textures with your fingers, feathers, sponges, rollers or in whatever way your guides lead you. Music will be played as you paint and yes, you are welcome to dance, You will find yourself letting go of fear, releasing blocked energy that stops your creativity and finding your flow while getting grounded, clearing and balancing your Chakras and tapping into your intuition. Let Your Creativity Loose! There Are No Mistakes!!!! DAYS: DATES: TIME: FEES: TUTOR:

Monday or Tuesday evening (4 weeks) November 4th (5th~ November 25th(26th) 10- 12pm or 7pm-9pm $55.00 Penny-Sue Scott


ARTS AND CRAFTS TRANSPRINT INK PRINT WORKSHOP

We are so very excited to be able to offer this workshop with local artist Anne Langdon. What is transprint ink printing? Transprint inks are a range of disperse dyes for use on polyester fabric. It is a print onto fabric that is only obtainable via this method. Participants can choose from the following products to create. Buttons, necklace, brooch or calico bag decorated Anne will introduce the concept and have a display of examples, with books and ideas available to assist. She will demonstrate and you will paint your design[s] on litho paper, choose your item and print your design. If time permits Anne will also explore other methods using inks with the class. DAY: DATE/S: TIME: COST:

SPECIAL HAT MAKING WORKSHOP In this workshop learn to create designer hats and headpieces. These courses are attended by people of all skills. Most students are complete beginners! You will explore the countless possibilities of hat making. Peruse Torb and Reiner’s beautiful collection of materials and create a gorgeous hat from materials that inspire you. Bring along an outfit to match to your creations if you like. You must book early. Places are strictly limited as small class size- don't miss out! DAYS: Saturday and Sunday DATES: October 26th and 27th TIME: 10am(TBC) FEES: $190.00 Don’t miss this special opportunity to train with the best!

Tuesday November 19th 10am - 4pm $80.00 plus $20.00 materials fee paid to the tutor. Places are limited.

PAPERCRAFTS WITH KAZ Friday Craft Club is held once a month. Come along to these fantastic workshops & find your inner creative goddess! You will learn techniques to make cards and other paper craft items. Fridays: October4th, November 1st and December 6th Afternoon session from 1pm or evening session from 7pm COST: $25 includes all materials, use of equipment and light refreshments RSVP: Karen 0409137323 or email mickeykaz@hotmail.com so as she can prepare your kits or phone the house on 5342 7050 to book. WHEN: TIME:

SPECIAL QUARTERLY CRAFTERNOON NB: The special regular quarterly ‘crafternoon’ will be held on: Sunday October 13th, Lunch from noon- with pancake lunch. Crafting from 1pm.

NATURAL SKIN CARE PRODUCTS MAKE YOUR OWN AT HOME Come and learn how to make your own skin care products from pure and natural household items. Make a soothing moisturiser, luscious lip balm and gentle body scrub to take home. Save money making your own products or gifts your family and friends and be confident of the safe ingredients use. All ingredients and jars are provided as well as the recipes so you will be able to make them at home. Bring along an apron or wear old clothes as this is a ‘hands on’ class! DAYS: Saturday DATES: November 16th TIME: 10 am ~ 12.30 pm COST: $35.00 + $10 for materials paid directly to tutor TUTOR: Dora Berenyi


SPECIAL GROUPS

SPECIAL EVENTS

GARDENING GROUP

TWILIGHT MARKET

Are you a keen gardener? Would you like to join like minded people and form a gardening group? If so the house would like to support the proposal for a group to be included in the House course program. It is suggested the group meet once a month at the house to share ideas, expertise, plants, cuttings and a love of gardening. Any level of experience/ knowledge is very welcome. To express your interest phone Jacqui on 5344 8413, or call the Community House on 5342 7050.

CHILDRENS PROGRAMS LITTLE WOADY’S - SWING, SWAY, LAUGH, PLAY

November 30th in Haddon We need quality stall holders See our Facebook page for updates or email Anna - annadoughan@gmail.com or Jess at jlmccull@gmail.com

JOB SEEKERS Did you leave school early or had a disrupted education? Do you want to improve your reading, writing, speaking, maths and general education? Would you like to improve your chances of getting a job? Are you considering undertaking further study? Or do you simply want to improve your skills? Then we can assist you with one of our courses . We have smaller classes and knowledgeable and dedicated tutors to help you along your path to achieve your goals. Call us now on 5342 7050 to discuss and secure your place and take that first step to a new beginning.

TERM 4 PROGRAM Branch into Music

LIBRARY

Fridays October 11th, 18th, 25th November 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th and December 6th (9 sessions) Time: 9.30 am ~ 10 am Cost: $55 for 1 child, $100 for 2 children, $140 for 3 children Time: 9.30am ~ 10am Who: Preschool aged children & their parent or carer. Note: Sufficient numbers are required for the program to run. Children under the age of 6 months are free when attending with a paying sibling. Places strictly limited. Bookings essential. For more information or to book phone Kim on 5342 7000 or email kboyd@gplains.vic.gov.au or the community house on 5343 7050. When:

The Community House has a library of pre loved books, videos and DVD’s available to borrow or swap. Take some, leave some, or relax and have a read, while enjoying a coffee in the lounge area.. We also have a collection of LARGE PRINT TALKING books, for those who are vision impaired or just prefer this type of book. Donations of good quality books and magazines are always gratefully accepted. Please note we are unable to accept educational texts or instruction manuals.

SERVICES LITTLE WOADY’S STORYTIME Tuesdays October 22nd, 29th November 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th December 3rd 9.30am - 10.15am NO BOOKINGS REQUIRED Free event

GIFT VOUCHERS ~ MAKE A GREAT GIFT! We will soon have gift vouchers available for any amount and they will cover the tuition cost of any course we run at the House – a great gift idea for someone who has everything! Please enquire at the office. NB: Voucher doesn’t cover cost of materials fees.

PUBLIC INTERNET & COMPUTER ACCESS Is available between 10 am till 3 pm - only when computer classes are not being conducted. You are strongly advised to ring to check on availability prior to attendance.

PRINTING Full colour per A4 page $4 Monochrome per A4 page $1

PHOTOCOPYING A4 A3

Single side Single side

30 cents 60 cents

Double side 50 cents Double side $1.00

LAMINATING A4

$1.50 per page

A3

$2.50 per page

FAX SERVICE If you are interested in a course enrol now to avoid disappointment. If dates/or times do not suit you please ask as often we are able to arrange an alternative.

$2.00 for the first page and $1.00 each for subsequent pages (local/ interstate). International P.O.A.

Above services available 10 am - 3.30 pm daily.


Haddon spring term 4 program 2013