Thursday January 11, 2018
Education future belongs to “ The those who prepare for it.
Interpreting – a vital service. At the hospital in the morning, a social services agency at midday, then a lawyer’s office in the afternoon: the interpreter’s job is very varied. It’s also vital to make communication possible when clients don’t speak English. The job satisfaction is huge;
the contribution to the community is immense. If you are proficient in English and another language, why not train as an interpreter? See our advertisement and visit our website for more info: www.interpret.org.nz.
Guided School Holiday Tour Your children will learn about World War One while exploring The Great War Exhibition with our friendly guides. Be transported back in time to a walk through a Belgian village, find out how animals helped in the war, and follow the journey of our soldier, Will. Children will receive a complimentary adventure pack.
The tours depart daily at 10:45 a.m. between 8 January to Tuesday 6 February 2018 $5 per child and $15.00 per adult. Adults are required for children under 14. Maximum of three children per adult. Bookings can be made online or by phone (04) 978 2500.
Evans Bay Intermediate School
The staff and students of Evans Bay Intermediate School would like to extend a warm welcome to our new year 7 and year 8 students. The school office will reopen from Monday 29 January, 9am3pm, for any enrolment enquires. Our school year begins on Monday 5 February 2018. Students and families need
to be at school by 8.30am ready to be welcomed with a school powhiri. Visit our website www.ebis.school.nz for information on uniform and stationary requirements. We are all looking forward to launching the EBIS waka with everyone in it again for 2018.
The Crown Jewels Treat head-lice the way nature intended using 100% Herbal Actives to break the life cycle of head-lice. TCJ-Kids Hair Care range is effective, smells fantastic and is simple to use, taking the hassle right out of treating. Our products are safe and head-lice do not build up immunity to it, therefore our Shampoo, Conditioner, Styling paste and Leave-In Treatment can be used as your regular product.
Parents with children between the ages of 4 – 12 years old spend an incredible amount of precious family time, treating and combing their children’s hair for nits. It’s a tedious and unpleasant experience for all involved and quite harrowing for those with more than one child. Try our products today and you’ll find you have more precious hours to do the things you love, with the one you love. Visit www.tjc.co.nz
Interpreters Needed We are recruiting now for our Introductory Interpreting course. Complete the course, pass the assessment and become a paid interpreter with us. The course runs over approx. 4 months: Monday evenings 6:00 to 8:30 pm. Course start date: 5 March 2018.
Expanding the horizons of all our ākonga
You must be proficient in English and another language, and a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident. For more or to enrol, go to our website: www.interpret.org.nz/become-an-interpreter/ or call (04) 916 2462. Applications close: 2 February 2018.
14 Kemp St, Wellington 6022 P.O. Box 14084 Kilbirnie, Wellington 6241
Phone: 04 384 2849 Free Phone: 0508 468 377 firstname.lastname@example.org www.interpret.org.nz/become-an-interpreter/
Phone: (04) 939 3247 Email: email@example.com
Cook Strait News 11-01-18