The Centre CARN, Good Sports Program in conjunction with AFL NE Border, City of Wodonga and Victoria Police present this valuable Liquor Licensing seminar to assist sporting organisations and their members to understand their responsibilities regarding the sale and consumption of alcohol at their club.
The Cube Wodonga, 118 Hovell Street. 23rd March, 6.30pm – 8.00pm Cost: $20.
For further information contact: Kim Sutherland on 03 5721 0252 or email kim.Sutherland@thecentre.vic.edu.au
Are you happy with your literacy and numeracy skills? Maybe you want to help your children with their homework, but feel you can’t offer that help? The Centre offers a Literacy and Numeracy course for adult learners, providing a safe and supportive environment to build on those foundation skills.
The Learning, Literacy and Numeracy program aims to assist clients to develop the confidence, resilience and competencies required for accessing opportunities and pathways that can enhance life satisfaction. Find out more by contacting The Centre on 5721 0200 or email: email@example.com
Is your club a Healthy Club? The Centre CARN in conjunction with the Rural City of Wangaratta is hosting two FREE ‘Club Help’ forums on Governance.
The forums are being held on Monday 16 March at The Centre, Chisholm Street Wangaratta and Tuesday 17 March at the Moyhu Bowling Club, 3 Byrne Street, Moyhu from 6.30 – 8.30pm. Light supper provided.
Good governance supports growth and developemtn in your club and reduces the risks! These sessions are a great way to see how your club is going and will provide a great start to planning for gradual improvement. This is a practical forum for club volunteers to give you the hands on skills to implement at your club. All club representatives welcome! Find out more here: Sports Forums Invite
RSVP to Kim Sutherland at The Centre CARN by Monday 9th March, Phone: 03 5721 0252, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 'GET-FIT WANG' Community Fun Run Team is back again in 2015, participating in the Wangaratta Marathon and Fun Run event being held on Sunday the 22nd February.
By signing up to the team you will receive many benefits including: x6 exclusive team fitness sessions provided by the Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre/YMCA, x1 free swim or gym session at the WISAC/YMCA, access to the 'GET-FIT WANG' VIP Tent on event day, and FREE ENTRY to the 5km Fun Run for the first 15 new team members / FREE ENTRY to the 5km Fun Run for the First 10 previous team members.
Register for the 'GET-FIT WANG' Community Team online at www.wangarattamarathon.com.au or contact Jennifer Clement at The Centre on 5721 0253 or email@example.com for further information.
The Centre Active Recreation Network (CARN) has celebrated International Day of People with a Disability by hosting a 'Come and Try' Indoor Lawn Bowls event in partnership with Bowls Australia and the North East Mobility Users Group (MUGs).
The event was held at The Centre and was open to all groups and members of the community, with students from the Wangaratta District Specialist School also attending the Come and Try session. Josh Thornton from Bowls Australia and Kathy Patton from The Centre CARN are aiming to gain enough interest to establish an ongoing All Abilities Lawn Bowls program in 2015. For further information contact Kathy on 5721 0251 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centre are very proud winners of the Wangaratta Business Award category: Workplace Development and Well Being in 2014.
We would like to thank our customers, students, staff and community for your support. We have a proud history of over 50 years providing education, training and community development opportunities in our community and this award in the Wangaratta community is something we are very proud of.
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: