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Heyfield Community Resource Centre Term 1 Program Jan 29 - Mar 29, 2018


Welcome to 2018!

Kids Cooking - Fruit Kebabs

Maud shows the kids how to create delicious fresh fruit kebabs with a chocolate dipping sauce. Tuesday 27th March, 3.15pm- 4.15pm. $10 per child. See page 10

Mini Folder Albums

Get creative with Lisa from Chilli Crafts, Morwell and make your own folder album to display precious memories. Saturday 10th March, 10am to 2.30pm. $25 per person. See page 13

All courses are run from the Heyfield Community Resource Centre unless specified. The Centre reserves the right to cancel classes due to low enrolments. We will notify you of cancellations and refund money as soon as possible. We ask that all classes be paid for in advance.

Contact us:

Heyfield Community Resource Centre 5 George Street, (PO Box 201) Heyfield. VIC 3858 Ph: 03 5148 2100 www.heyfieldcommunity.org.au facebook/hcrc3858 on instagram @heyfieldcommunity via email coordinator@heyfield.net ABN 19707886634 Page 2


Highlights this term

Blacksmith Workshop

Soap making

Local blacksmith, Denise Axelsen sets up her forge to make decorative handles for chopping boards. (Board included). 1 hour time slots from 10am, Wed 7th March, $55 per person. See page 13

You’ll never go back to commercial soap again after learning to make your own in this new class! Monday 26th Feb. 12.30pm to 3pm. $60 per person. See page 12

Hot Cross Buns with Brad

CAKING Adventures 2018

Learn the secrets to making the best Hot Cross Buns from local Heyfield baker, Brad. Held at the Heyfield Bakery. Wed. 14th March, 9am to lunchtime. $15 per person. See page 11

Start with modelling chocolate roses, cupcake toppers, piping, creating flowers and foliage. Runs for 8 Thursdays starting 8th Feb to 29th Mar, 7pm to 9pm. $128 pp. See page 10 Page 3


Learn Local short courses

Learn Local organisations offer a range of training programs designed to meet adult learning needs. HCRC is the registered Learn Local in our community that can help people return to study, improve reading, writing and maths skills, gain a qualification, get a job or learn something new.

Get started with a pre-accredited program

These programs are designed to help learners gain the confidence and skills needed to look for a job or go on to further study. They include courses in communication, job search skills, getting ready to go back to work and literacy and numeracy. To deliver pre-accredited training, an organisation must be registered with the Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board. The quality and structure of all pre-accredited programs is regularly reviewed by the ACFE Board.

TIPS - Training Information Pathways Service at HCRC Free, supportive, no fuss and no stress! Drop in and talk to our TIPS team about finding your future pathway into further study or work. We’ll put you in touch with the local services you need. Use our resources and tools to get you started on a pathway to your preferred future in employment, training or learning. Local information for local people and TIPS for your future!

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Kick start your career in digital marketing This entry-level course will provide learners with foundation skills leading to vocational and employment pathways in Digital Technology. The course includes an overview of digital marketing and the tools available to design and implement a digital marketing strategy. Learners will explore the best options in developing and supporting an online business presence. It is part of a suite of digital technology courses developed by the #Gippslanddigital team • Background – the digital landscape in which we are currently living and working • What is digital marketing? • Your website is your online image • Search Engines and how to use them to drive traffic to your website • Social Media - the heartbeat of the internet and the blood flow of the digital world. • eCommerce and mCommerce: money is mobile! • Online customer relationship management • Next steps: Digital dinosaur or digital champion • The next step: tools and tactics

Heyfield Community Resource Centre 6 x 5 hour classroom sessions with #GippslandDigital tutor, Thomas Crosbie. Starts Thursday 8th March. $85 per person. 9am - 2.30pm Thurs 8th, Fri 9th, Thurs 15th, Fri 16th, Thurs 22nd and Fri 23rd March. Places are limited so book now on 5148 2100 This Learn Local course is registered with the Adult, Community and Further Education board. Page 5


Certificate III in Individual Support (Aging) CHC33015 This qualification reflects the role of workers in the community, and or, residential setting who follow an individualised plan to provide person-centred support to people who may require support due to ageing, disability or other reasons. This course is delivered using a blended delivery model of face-to-face, workplace experience and self-directed learning. Cost: Eligible Students $561.00 Concession $232.20 Full Fee $3,500 20 classroom sessions of 6.5hrs plus 120hrs of workplace experience. RTO code 21837

These Certificate courses are being offered as an expression of interest to be held at the following locations: Heyfield Community Resource Centre 5 George St, Heyfield, 3858. Ph: 5148 2100 OR Maffra Neighbourhood House 48 Kent St Maffra, 3860. Ph: 5147 1487 *Concession rate available to eligible students. Payment plans are available. RTO code 21837

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Certificate IV in Community Services CHC42015 This qualification reflects the role of workers in a range of early childhood education settings who work within the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations and the National Quality Standard. Employment Pathways: This qualification could lead to employment in the early childhood education and care industry in the following: • Early childhood Educator • Playgroup supervisor • Family Day Care worker • Nanny • Mobile Assistant • Childhood Educator This course is delivered using a blended delivery model of face-to-face, workplace and self-directed learning. This course is delivered using a blended delivery model of face-to-face, workplace experience and self-directed learning. Cost: Eligible Students $1,110.00* Concession $342.00 Full Fee $4,500 26 classroom sessions of 6.5hrs plus 120hrs of workplace experience.

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Certificate III Early Childhood Education & Care CHC30113 This qualification reflects the role of workers in a range of early childhood education settings who work within the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations and the National Quality Standard. This qualification could lead to employment in the early childhood education and care industry including as an early childhood educator, playgroup supervisor, family day care worker, nanny, mobile assistant and childhood educator. This course is delivered using a blended delivery model of face-toface, workplace and self-directed learning. Cost: Eligible Students: $277.20* Concession : $175.44* Full Fee : $3,500 RTO code 21837 26 x 6.5hr classroom sessions plus 120hrs of workplace experience.

Certificate IV Disability CHC43115 Reflects the role of workers in a range of community settings and clients’ homes, who provide training and support in a manner that empowers people with disabilities to achieve greater levels of independence, self-reliance, community participation and well-being. Could lead to employment in the community services industry. This course is delivered using a blended delivery model of face-to-face, workplace experience and self directed learning. 26 x 6.5hr classroom sessions plus 120hrs of workplace experience. Cost: Eligible Students: $735.00 Concession : $267.00 Full Fee : $4,500 Page 8


Provide First Aid (Level 2) HTLAID003 Also known as Level 2 First Aid, this course is the certificate for the workplace and includes a CPR refresher in the morning session. The certificate is valid for 3 years with CPR needing to be refreshed annually. Emergency Response in Education and Care Setting (early childhood) HTLAID004 can be done as an extension for this course upon request. Thurs 22nd February, 9am to 4.30pm. $160 per person. Book on 5148 2100. Payment is required at time of booking.

Beat the heat

Get out of the heat and chill out at the Resource Centre in air-conditioned comfort. Puzzles, board games, colouring and books to read. Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 1.30pm. Page 9


Kids Cooking with Maud - Fruit Kebabs

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Maud shows the kids how to create deliciously fresh fruit kebabs, with a chocolate dipping sauce to make them extra special. Tuesday 27th March, 3.15pm- 4.15pm. $10 per child. Bookings essential.

Caking Adventures 2018! Get started on your own cake decorating adventure with local expert, Rhonda. In Term 1 she’ll start with modelling chocolate roses, cupcake toppers, piping, creating flowers and foliage. Classes run for 8 Thursdays starting Thursday 8th Feb to Thursday 29th Mar, 7pm to 9pm. $128 per person. Bookings essential.

Thai Cooking with Julie At this popular workshop Julie will teach you how to make different main courses- and yes you’ll get to eat them afterwards! Monday 19th March, 9.30am to lunchtime. $10 per person. Bookings essential. Page 10


Hot Cross Buns with Brad From Heyfield Bakery. Take the opportunity to learn the secrets to making the best Hot Cross Buns from local Heyfield Baker, Brad. Held at the Heyfield Bakery, just in time for some practice at home before the Easter holidays. Everything supplied and you’ll go home with some buns to share with friends and family. Wednesday 14th March, 9.00am to lunchtime at the Heyfield Bakery. $15 per person. Bookings essential on 5148 2100

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Make Your Own Soap

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Spoil yourself by making luscious soap made from olive, coconut, castor oils and cocoa butter. Pair these with fragrant oils and you’ll never go back to commercial soap again!

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Bring along: • Goggles or spectacles to protect your eyes. • Apron • Must wear long sleeves • 2 x spatulas • 1 x 2 litre container (bucket or jug etc) • 1 x container to put soap into that will hold about 1/2 kilo of soap eg. a small shoe box, pringle chip tube, old square cake tin, silicone mould. If you are using silicone mould bring a box the mould will fit into to help with transporting home. Lisa from BB Soaps will taking the class. You can check out her soaps on instagram @bbssoapandthings Monday 26th February, 12.30pm to 3pm. $60 per person. Bookings essential and payment is required at time of booking.

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Blacksmith Workshop - Decorative Chopping Boards Local blacksmith, Denise Axelsen sets up her forge to make decorative handles for chopping boards. (Board included). 1 hour time slots from 10am, Wed 7th March, $55 per person. Bookings essential on 5148 2100.

Mini Folder Albums

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Get creative with Lisa from Chilli Crafts, Morwell and make your own folder album to display precious memories. This class draws upon the creativity of art journalling; an artful form of self expression and release. Lisa will quality stock to create the mini album, plus paints, stencils, stamps and tools needed for the class on the day. There will also be a small selection of art supplies for purchase on the day. Saturday 10th March, 10am to 2.30pm. $25 per person. Bookings essential.

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Happy Hookers Crochet Group Turn off the TV and turn on the creative juices! Armed with only a crochet hook and some lucious yarn you can hook to your hearts content. No experience necessary. Every Wednesday night from 7pm to 9pm. $2 per session.

Craft Group Every Tuesday Bring your own craft project to make. Mingle with other crafty minds for inspiration for your next idea and make new friends. Activities include drawing, folk art, knitting, sewing, Boomerang Bags and much more. Every Tuesday during Term 1, 10am to 2pm.

Patchwork and Friendship Are you a keen quilter, or maybe you want to learn how to get started? Our patchwork group have machines on the premises and lots of expertise to help you along the way. Every Tuesday during Term 1, 10am to 2pm. Heyfield Senior Citizens Hall. $3 per session. See you there! Page 14


Clairvoyant Readings with Marie Ross Marie is a clairvoyant who also connects with spirit guides and past lives. Get in touch with future possibilities, new directions or loved ones who have passed over. Receive a picture of your potential and where you are blocking yourself. Marie will be available for readings on Thursday 1st March and Thursday 15th March between 9.30am and 4.30pm. $55 per 40 minutes. Bookings essential 5148 2100 or with Marie on 0402 802 063.

Medium Clairvoyant Deborah is a Medium Clairvoyant who channels messages from loved ones, family, friends and at times even your departed pets. By communicating with spirit Deborah brings proof of survival, comfort, healing and guidance in her own unique way. Private, 1 hour appointments available between 11am to 4.30pm. $130 per session. Call 5148 2100 for dates. Page 15


Drum and Guitar Lessons Unleash your inner muso, get the fingers on the frets and bang out a beat on the drums! Ben will help students unleash their musical talent in 1/2 hour lessons every Tuesday & Wednesday during Term 1. Lessons from 3pm - call for available time slots. $20 per person. Bookings essential on 5148 2100

Yoga 4 Kids!

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Kids yoga enhances flexibility, coordination, body awareness and self-esteem. It also helps concentration, a sense of calmness and improves relaxation. Lynda is a fully qualified & accredited Yoga Teacher with over 20 years experience working with children Prep - Year 12 in schools, including Autistic & special needs. Come and have lots of fun!! 5 week course runs every Thursday from Thursday 8th Feb. 3.15pm to 4.15pm. $40 per child for the 5 weeks. Page 16

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Your Local Neighbourhood Houses Maffra Neighbourhood House 48 Kent Street, Maffra 5147 1487 Be Connected Be Connected is a free Australian government initiative helping you to get the most out of going online so you can add new skills and experience to your life. Be safe online, find new and old friends who share your interests and hobbies, talk to family and friends who live far away and keep up to date with what’s happening. There has never been a better time to get online. Take the first step and book an appointment at Maffra Neighbourhood House 5147 1487

Briagolong Community House 9 Avon Street, Briagolong 5145 5425 Crazy Patchwork Suits beginners or experienced sewers in machine and hand sewing. WHEN: Tuesdays for 6 weeks, 13th Feb to 20th Mar. TIME: 1pm to 3.30pm. COST: $5.00 per week plus $20 for supplies if you are not bringing your own. Ring 5145 5425 for material list. Limited to 6 people. Page 17


Garden Group Join our Garden Group for a day out. February 12th - Morning Star Estate bus trip. Depart Resource Centre at 8.30am. $40pp includes bus, garden entry and tour. March 12th- Taradise Gardens, Boolarra. April 9th - ABC Gardening show broadcast at the Wetlands Information Centre. May - Rhonda Barnett’s garden, Sale June - Plant swap in Heyfield. Prices vary per trip. Meet at the Heyfield Resource Centre at 10am unless a bus trip (times vary). For more information contact us on 5148 2100

Keep in touch with the group via facebook @HeyfieldGardenClub

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Line Dancing Want to exercise without boredom? Do you enjoy getting fit while having fun? Like to get out and meet new friends and enjoy music? Then give line dancing a go with Vi Hooker! Suitable for all ages and you don’t need a partner. Beginners welcome. Every Thursday beginning Term 1 from, 9.30am to 12.30pm, Heyfield Scout Hall. $10 per person. See you there!

Exercise - Aging with Attitude A specific circuit style class for the over 50s focussing on improving strength, flexibility and balance with Kim. Includes functional exercises to assist in day to day living. Every Tuesday beginning Term 1, 9am to 10am, Heyfield Memorial Hall. $10 per session - no experience necessary. See you there!

Yoga with Carol Yogas ultimate gift is the ease, balance and inner peace that helps us to see into the very heart of life. Carol takes a gentle and intuitive approach to teaching yoga to strengthen your inner and outer self. Every Thursday, 9.15am to 10.15am. Heyfield RSL Hall, $11 per person or $10 concession. See you there! Page 19


Hoofers Walking Club Come along and join the Hoofers. Enjoy friendship and exercise through the outer areas of Heyfield as you walk. Every Thursday beginning Term 1 from from 9am. Meet at the Heyfield Community Resource Centre.

Men’s Shed The ultimate Man Cave! Spend time in a relaxed atmosphere and good company whilst working on projects and building new skills. Pop in for a visit and ask about becoming a member. Our Men’s Shed team are also available to design and build special projects for you or your community. Open every Wednesday and Thursday from 8.30am to 3pm. Phone us for more information on 5148 2100

Family History Group We have access to ancestry.com for all members and a substantial library of books, assisted shipping records (18441896), cemetery lists and more. Members can also help visitors to carry out research. ($5 for non-members). Meet on the 3rd Friday of each month at 9.30am at the Heyfield Community Resource Centre More information email heyfieldfamilyhistory@gmail.com Page 20


Heyfield Community Resource Centre is a drop off point for Kogo donations. Kogo can help to make a difference to people who are sleeping outdoors or living in crisis accommodation or refuges as well as remote indigenous communities, children who are at risk or young, disadvantaged mums. With your support we can spread the warmth with our hand knitted winter woollies to more of the vulnerable people in our community. A warm scarf, beanie or blanket that’s been hand knitted with love will warm the heart as well as the body. Make a difference and donate now at the Resource Centre, 5 George Street, Heyfield.

Kogo supplies items to over 250 Community partner organisations. Find out more at kogo.org.au Page 21


Green Machine Our Green Machine is here to keep your garden in tip-top shape. • Mowing and edging • Pruning and weeding • Quality garden maintenance at a very competitive price. Available Monday to Friday. From $40 (seniors discount applies). Phone us on 5148 2100 to make an appointment.

Childcare A fun place for your kids to spend some time away from home. We have qualified staff to offer heaps of fun activities to suit a range of age groups during the school term. Monday and Wednesday - 3’s Group (ages 3 and up) Tuesday and Thursday - Occasional Care, ages 6 months and up. Feel free to drop in the Centre and ask to have a look around the childcare facilities and meet our staff. Page 22


Heyfield & District News Keep up to date on local news, activities and sport results - all for just 50c a copy! Connecting local businesses with the local community through competitive advertising Distributed through local business and available to download on heyfield.net with an annual subscription at $25 per year.

Online colour subscriptio n $25 a yea r

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Theatre trips coming in 2018...

Priscilla Queen of the Desert - Wed 28 Feb. $110pp

The Wizard of Oz - Wed 4 July. $115pp

Mamma Mia - Wed 22 Aug. $115pp

All tickets include bus and show. Book on 5148 2100

Heyfield Community Resource Centre term 1 program  
Heyfield Community Resource Centre term 1 program  

Kick start 2018 by learning a new skill, meeting new people and making friends at your local Neighbourhood House.

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