Attention: Whanau (Families)

Do you have whanau member/s that are caught in an addiction? Do you need support? Would you like to meet others also affected by addiction? Would you like to learn strategies on coping and living with a family member/s with addictions? Come along – Tuesday 27th June 2017 Te Hauora – 15 Victoria Street, Masterton Day time meeting – 1.30pm – 2.30pm OR Evening meeting – 6.30pm – 7.30pm Pre-register by contacting Jo email: jo@nulltehauora.org.nz phone: 06 378 0140 or 0800 666 774 Te Hauora Continue reading →

Computers & Phones for Nana’s and Poppa’s – Featherston

Become confident using your computer and your flash cell phone to txt,email, Skype, internet banking, Real me, writing letters, Facebook and more ….. Date: Wednesday’s starting 2nd August 2017 (5 weeks) Time: 12.30 – 2.30pm Venue: Featherston School, Featherston Tutor: Lisa Gray Cost: $10 Limited places so get in quick. Enrolment secures your place For more information or to enrol contact Martha or Makuini at Wairarapa REAP 0800waireap or 06 377 1379 email reception@nullwaireap.org.nz

Digital Skills for Whanau – Carterton

Become confident using your computer to email, write a letter, internet banking, helping children with homework, digital photos, use Skype to keep in touch with whanau, Facebook and more ….. Date: Tuesdays starting 1st August (5 weeks) Time: 9.30am -12.00pm Venue:Carterton School, Holloway St, Carterton Cost: $10 Tutor: Lisa Gray Limited places so get in quick. Enrolment secures your place For more information or to enrol contact Martha or Tracy G at Wairarapa REAP 0800waireap or 06 377 1379 email reception@nullwaireap.org.nz  

Digital Skills for Whanau – Masterton

Become confident using your computer to email, write a letter, internet banking, helping children with homework, digital photos, use Skype to keep in touch with whanau, Facebook and more ….. Date: Mondays starting 31st July (5 weeks) Time: 9.30am -12.00pm Venue: Ko te Aroha Children’s Centre, 33 Johnstone St, Mstn Cost: $10 Tutor: Lisa Gray Limited places so get in quick. Enrolment secures your place For more information or to enrol contact Martha or Tracy G at Wairarapa REAP 0800waireap or 06 377 1379 email reception@nullwaireap.org.nz

Digital Skills for Whanau – Featherston

Become confident using your computer to email, write a letter, internet banking, helping children with homework, digital photos, use Skype to keep in touch with whanau, Facebook and more ….. Date: Wednesdays starting 2nd August 2017 (5 weeks) 12.30pm – 2.30pm Venue: Featherston School, Featherston Cost: $10 Tutor: Lisa Gray Limited places so get in quick. Enrolment secures your place For more information or to enrol contact Martha or Tracy G at Wairarapa REAP 0800 WAI REAP or 06 377 1379 email reception@nullwaireap.org.nz

What Are These Things Called Lindauers?

Roger Blackley Discussion Saturday 24 June 2017, 2pm WHAT ARE THESE THINGS CALLED LINDAUERS? The Māori portraits painted by Gottfried Lindauer occupy an invincible place in New Zealand’s collective consciousness. We gasp when examples are stolen, and when they fetch stratospheric prices in the marketplace. But beyond their status as trophies of art, Lindauer’s works are revered as priceless images of ancestors. Join Roger Blackley from the Art History programme at Victoria University for a discussion of the complex bicultural patronage that brought these works Continue reading →

ASIST First Aid Suicide Training

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) 2 DAY WORKSHOP – MASTERTON 19-20 JULY Click here to register https://www.1degreeworkshops.com/aok-asist-bookings FOR EVERYONE 16 YEARS OLD AND OLDER—regardless of prior experience—who wants to be able to provide suicide first aid. Shown by major studies to significantly reduce suicidality, the ASIST model teaches effective intervention skills while helping to build suicide prevention networks in the community. ​Developed in 1983 and regularly updated to reflect improvements in knowledge and practice, ASIST is the world’s leading suicide intervention workshop. During the two-day Continue reading →

Suicide to Hope

1 Day Workshop for helpers working with people who have suicide experience. FOCUS: Recovery and growth for persons previously at risk of and currently safe from suicide DURATION: One day (8 hours) FACILITATOR: One registered facilitator per 24 participants PARTICIPANTS: Clinicians and other professional helpers who work with persons previously at risk of and currently safe from suicide FOR MASTERTON – November 7th –  click here https://www.1degreeworkshops.com/aok-suicide2hope-bookings suicide2HOPE is a recovery and growth workshop is primarily designed for clinicians and other professional helpers who work with persons previously at risk Continue reading →

Starting Soon at UCOL Wairarapa

We have funding options on offer for our youth, Maori and Pacifica Trades Training or Youth Guarantee. Terms and conditions apply. Maori and Pacifica Trades Training – http://www.ucol.ac.nz/study-at-ucol/fund-your-study/māori-and-pasifika-trades-training Youth Guarantee – http://www.ucol.ac.nz/study-at-ucol/fund-your-study/youth-guarantee If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with April, Student Enrolment Advisor. Telephone 06 946 2300 or email a.campbell@nullucol.ac.nz   COURSES Chef Training & Hospitality Introduction to Barista (25 Jul) New Zealand Certificate in Baking (24 Jul Education National Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education (Vocational Workplace) (Apply anytime) National Certificate Continue reading →

Aroha Ensemble To Play Masterworks For String Trio In Greytown

Aroha Ensemble to play masterworks for string trio in Greytown on 25 June Admission $25 as usual, $10 for students. Regards,   Ed and Juliet Cooke Greytown Music Group Rarely heard masterworks for string trio by Beethoven, Sibelius and Mozart will be performed by the Aroha Ensemble at the Greytown Music Group, 57 Wood St, Greytown, on Sunday 25 June at 4pm. The three members of the Aroha Ensemble are part of the Wellington-based Aroha String Quartet, one of New Zealand’s finestchamber music ensembles, known for its Continue reading →