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Do Care Wangaratta

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Study in July

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Youth Jobs PaTH Provider

The Centre is a Youth Jobs PaTH provider in Wangaratta, Benalla and Seymour.The Centre is a Youth Jobs PaTH provider in Wangaratta, Benalla and Seymour.

Prepare for work and gain Core Skills for Work (CSfC) while you learn …

  • How to be a great employee
  • What employers expect – pre and post day one
  • How to set goals, manage stress, get organised
  • Communication and technology at work
  • Computers and numbers in the workplace
  • How to impress from day one of a new job

CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability

For students who have completed their CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support at The Centre or elsewhere*, you can get up to 7 Credit Transfers (that’s 1/2 the course) out of the CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability.

Click here to find out more

Enrolling now in Wangaratta.

Disability workers work in a range of disability support contexts including residential group homes, training resource centres, day respite centres and open employment services, other community settings and clients’ homes.

Job roles for this qualification are:

  • Behavioural support officer
  • Development officer
  • Disability officer – day support
  • Disability support officer / worker
  • Project officer (life enhancement team)
  • Residential care officer
  • Senior personal care assistant
  • Social educator

Grow Your Idea Movie launch

What a success the Grow Your Idea Movie launch was.

The movie showcased the amazing work that has been undertaken in the community by our community to increase the acess to healthy, affordable food – Barb Young, health promotions coordinator at Gateway Health.

Cathy McGowan AO MP – Independent Federal Member for Indi attended and handed out certificates of appreciation for all of the projects and launched the movie.

If you would like to access the movie please contact Gateway Health.

The Nappy Collective

Once again The Centre is proud to support the Nappy Collective here in Wangaratta providing a drop off point for unwanted nappies.nappy-collective3-staff

Drop in your leftover nappies to donate to our biggest Collective yet, which runs from May 5 – 19.

Our drop off box, located at reception, is ready for your donations.

A handful of leftover nappies may not mean much to you or me, but collectively we can make a huge difference.

The Nappy Collective was started on a simple premise: many parents have a stash of outgrown nappies gathering dust in their cupboards, and often don’t know what to do with them.

Collections run for two weeks in May & October.

Film on ice impact to help community

A LOCAL movie about the impact of the drug ice looks set to be viewed by a far wider audience.

This follows the screening on Friday of “Slope” at the Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre, this time to approximately 50 local stakeholders, community partners and Department of Justice and Regulation organised by the Wangaratta Ice Steering Committee.

The film – produced by The Centre in Wangaratta using local filmmakers Killer Pig Productions with input from VCAL students – was used to spark discussion among the stakeholders about the film, how it could be utilised further and to what audiences and for attendees to provide input into the current Wangaratta Ice Action Plan.

Read the full article on the Wangaratta Chronicle Website.