The Centre Course Guide, S2 - 2014

You can now download the Semester 2 Course Guide for The Centre which gives you the latest courses for 2014. Whether it be volunteering, updating your First Aid, learning a new language or relaxing at a meditation/yoga, The Centre has a course for you! More »

Tackle The Issue: Ice, Alcohol and Other Drug Forums

The Australian Drug Foundation;s Good Sports Program is holding a series of forums around Victoria, including Wangaratta and Wodonga. Find out more here. More »

Volunteer at the Wangaratta Jazz and Blues Festival 2014!

Are you interested in volunteering at the Wangaratta Jazz and Blues Festival this year? Find out more here.... More »

Experience the Community College Difference...

The Centre is a proud member of Community Colleges Australia (CCA)- the peak body for not-for-profit community owned learning organisations across Australia. More »

VCAL students give helping hand!

VCAL students from The Centre Chisholm Street campus are hosting a social media workshop for the North East Mobility User Group More »

 

Tackle The Issue: Ice, Alcohol and Other Drugs Forum

Wangaratta Ice Forum 2014

The Australian Drug Foundation's Good Sports Program is holding a series of forums around Victoria to help you and your members learn how your sports club can support their members, families and the community to prevent and tackle drug use.

These forums will be hosted by experts in drug prevention and treatment who will help you understand practical ways that can reduce drug problems and help people live happy and healthy lives. Two forums are being held in our local area, Wangaratta and Wodonga:

WANGARATTA: Monday 27 October, 6pm - 8.30pm at GO TAFE Auditorium, Docker Street Wangaratta
WODONGA: Tuesday 28 October, 6pm - 8.30pm at The Cube, 118 Hovell Street Wodonga

You must register online, please follow the link here to register for Wangaratta or Wodonga: GoodSports.com.au/tackletheissue/forums

VCAL Students to give helping hand!

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VCAL students from The Centre's Chisholm Street campus are hosting a workshop on social media with the North East Mobility User Group to help boost their confidence and understanding of using social media and connecting online.  The North East Mobility User Group is supported by The Centre's Access All Abilities program and in discussions with the group had identified the need to be able to connect to online community resources and improve their online skills.

After the initial planning with VCAL program coordinator, Trish Sait and Access All Abilities coordinator, Kathy Patton, the idea of a workshop was developed and will now be held on Tuesday the 7th October from 11am - 12.20pm, with the VCAL students giving one on one tuition to the Mobility User Group members. (Photo: Luke Plummer, The Chronicle Wangaratta).

Volunteer at the Wangaratta Jazz & Blues Festival 2014!

Volunteers

Did you know that The Centre's Volunteer Skillsbank plays a massive role in the Wangaratta Jazz and Blues Festival?

The Volunteer Skillsbank recruits and coordinates all volunteers at the Wangaratta Jazz and Blues Festival, and you could be a volunteer in 2014! Gain new skills, meet new people, give back to your community and enjoy this fantastic event while volunteering! There are many positions available including: Box Office Support, Administration Support, Venue Managers, Blues Tent support, Reid Street support, signage coordinator, bus drivers, and venue staff.

Contact Linda Phillis, Volunteer Skillsbank Coordinator from The Centre for further information and to get your volunteer registration form, email: linda.phillis@thecentre.vic.edu.au

Find out more here: http://wangarattajazz.com/getinvolved/volunteer/

Experience the Community College Difference…

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The Centre is a proud member of Community Colleges Australia (CCA)- the peak body for not-for-profit community owned learning organisations across Australia.

The community education sector delivers accredited vocational education and training (VET) to hundreds of thousands of people each  year, from pre-vocational through to Advanced Diploma courses across a diverse range of skill requirements and industry areas.

To find out more about CCA click here: http://www.cca.edu.au/index.html and you can also watch this inspiring video from some students across the country who have undertaken study at their local community college:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnz6RqKYonY