Cobram Community House Term 1 Program Guide 2017

 

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Term 1 2017 Programs, Activities and Training Guide 43-45 Punt Road | PO Box 498 | Cobram VIC 3644 Tel: 03 5872 2224 | Fax: 03 5871 1036 Email: cch@cch.vic.edu.au | Website: www.cch.vic.edu.au

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Welcome to our Term 1 Training and Program Guide The House provides social and recreational and learning activities within a welcoming and supportive environment and works to support our community through a range of engagement activities. Cobram Community House is a not-for profit Registered Training Organisation that provides quality, affordable training and learning opportunities to the people of Cobram and District. We provide nationally recognised, pre-accredited and fee for service training. Cobram Community House offers a range of qualifications in areas such as Early Childhood Education and Care, Business and General Education for Adults. Short courses that provide pathways into employment and further education, such as computer skills, First Aid, Hygiene for Food Handlers and Responsible Service of Alcohol are also offered on a regular basis. Other programs and community activities include our monthly Community Lunch, Cyber Seniors, Conversational English, Literacy programs and exercise groups. We host U3A, Playgroup, Garden Club and have a strong relationship with the Cobram Men’s Shed. Centrelink and Medicare facilities are on site. So what are you waiting for? Come in and see us soon! Office Hours 10am—3pm Monday to Friday Excludes public holidays (open outside these hours by arrangement) ABN: 44 233 569 937 RTO NO: 3708

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Accredited Courses Cobram Community House is a Registered Training Organisation approved to deliver nationally recognised qualifications and accredited training through the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). Below is a selection from our approved scope: 22234VIC 22235VIC 22236VIC 22237VIC 22238VIC CHC30113 Care CHC50113 BSB42615 Course in Initial General Education for Adults Certificate I In General Education for Adults (Intro) Certificate I in General Education for Adults Certificate II in General Education for Adults Certificate III in General Education for Adults Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Certificate IV in New Small Business If you are interested in any of the above courses please contact us for further information. This training is being delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government Funding.

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Accredited Training CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care This qualification is designed for those who want the foundation knowledge and skills required to enter employment in a variety of child care centres, vacation care centres, family day care centres and home-based care services.. Commences: Monday 6th February, 2017 Cost: Concession: $584.88 Government Funded: $1644.40 Unfunded: (Full Fee) $5984.40 Note: An additional $190 will be payable for those students not holding a current First Aid Certificate. This training is delivered to eligible individuals with Victorian and Commonwealth Government Funding. CHC50113 Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care This qualification covers educators in children’s services who are responsible for planning, implementing and managing programs in early childhood services, in accordance with licensing, and within the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations and the National Quality Standard. Commences: Monday 06th February 2017 Cost: Funded: $1948.23 Unfunded: $11688.23 Concession: Not available for Diploma Qualifications Note: An additional $190 will be payable by students not holding a current First Aid Certificate. This training is delivered to eligible individuals with Victorian and Commonwealth Government Funding.

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Accredited Training BSB42614 Certificate IV in New Small Business This qualification is suitable for those interested in developing skills to establish a small business. This course takes you through all business start up stages including your legal, insurance and financial responsibilities as a small business operator. This course will assist you to turn your business dream into a commercially viable venture, and give you the tools you need to keep it financially viable. Commences: Monday 13th February, 2017 Time 9.00am—3.00pm Cost: Concession: $730.37 Government funded: $1,771.86 Unfunded -(Full Fee): $4,321.86 Request a course information flyer for further details. This training is delivered to eligible individuals with Victorian and Commonwealth Government Funding. Contact us if you are interested in learning but finding the cost of childcare to be a barrier. We may be able to assist, in some circumstances, through the Family Learning Support Program. Phone: (03) 58722224 Email: cch@cch.vic.edu.au

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Accredited Training Certificates in General Education for Adults These courses are designed to help learners improve their literacy, numeracy and general education skills. The program provides a range of educational opportunities to help students meet personal needs, increase participation in the community or engage in further education and training. There is a strong focus on practical, entertaining and educational activities that build literacy and numeracy skills, self-confidence, communication and general living skills. 22234VIC Course in Initial General Education for Adults Cost: Unfunded: $2952.67, Funded: $1377.67, Concession: $579.53 22235VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) Cost: Unfunded: $4153.25, Funded: $1283.25, Concession: $560.65 22236VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults Cost: Unfunded: $4161.12, Funded: $1011.12, Concession: $506.22 22237VIC Certificate II in General Education for Adults Cost: Unfunded: $3775.92, Funded: $1115.92, Concession: $527.18 22238VIC Certificate III in General Education for Adults Cost: Unfunded: $4153.25, Funded: $1773.25,Concession: $658.65 Commencement date: Monday February 13th, 2017 This training is delivered to eligible individuals with Victorian and Commonwealth Government Funding.

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Accredited Training Did you leave school early? Do you need help with reading and writing to get the job you want? Do you want to learn in a positive, friendly and relaxed environment? Do you want to strengthen your skills to enable you to take on further study? Certificates in General Education for Adults may be for you! CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support Delivered by Yarrawonga Neighbourhood House (RTO 21765). Would you like a career where you can make a difference in an older person’s life? Aged care is a rapidly expanding industry with lots of employment opportunities. This course is being offered using a blended delivery model, designed for those who want a more flexible way of learning. Technical support is provided to assist all students in the use of our Online Campus and Virtual Classroom. Request a course information flyer for further details. This training is delivered to eligible individuals with Victorian and Commonwealth Government Funding. Commences: Tuesday 31st January at Cobram Community House Time: 9:00am – 3:30pm Cost: Funded: $937 Concession: $574 Unfunded: $3,000 Ring Yarrawonga Neighbourhood House to enroll - (03) 57 443911

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Accredited Short Courses SITHFAB002 Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol — RSA Delivered by Yarrawonga Neighbourhood House (RTO 21765) and conducted using the NSW Liquor Licensing guidelines. Undertaking an approved Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) course gives you the skills and knowledge to enable you to legally and safely provide in licensed premises. Each course goes for one session. Where: Cobram Community House Dates: Fridays - 17th March, 5th May, 11th August, 17th November Time: 9.30am—4.00pm Cost: $175.00 SITHGAM001 Provide Responsible Gambling Services Delivered by Yarrawonga Neighbourhood House (RTO 21765). This unit is an essential requirement of the Gaming Machines Regulation 2010 for any person with gaming activities as part of their job role in NSW. Each course goes for one session. Where: Cobram Community House Dates: Fridays—31st March, 12th May, 18th August, 24th November Time: 9.30am—4.00pm Cost: $130.00 SITXFSA001 Use Hygienic Practices for Food Safety A program designed for those working or considering work in food outlets including: restaurants, cafes, bakeries, take-away shops or at community events. Dates & Time: Daytime 9.30am -1.30pm Night 5.00-9.00pm Wednesdays -22nd February Wednesday - 8th March Wednesday –3rd May Wednesday-17th May Wednesday-2nd August Wednesday 16th August Wednesday 25th October Wednesday 8th November Cost: $115.00

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Accredited Short Courses HLTAID003 Provide First Aid Delivered by KMR Safety First (RTO No: 22485) who will issue a Statement of Attainment upon successful completion. Dates: Term 1 Thursday 23rd February Term 2 Thursday 4th May Time: 9.00am - 4.00pm Cost: $190.00 Full fee Please Note: A paper or online workbook must be completed prior to training. HLTAID004 Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting Delivered by KMR Safety First (RTO No: 22485) who will issue a Statement of Attainment upon successful completion. Dates: Term 1 Thursday 23rd February Term 2 Thursday 4th May Time: 9.00am - 4.00pm Cost: $190.00 Full fee Please Note: A paper or online workbook must be completed prior to training. HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Delivered by KMR Safety First (RTO No: 22485) who will issue a Statement of Attainment upon successful completion. Dates: Term 1 Thursday 23rd February Term 2 Thursday 4th May Time: 9.00am - 12.00pm Cost: $75.00 Full fee Please Note: A paper or online workbook must be completed prior to training.

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Short Courses Meet the Mouse—Introduction to Computers Learn basic computer application skills and be introduced to the internet and email. It will also be the first steps for learners to become familiar with computer terminology and technology. Course Dates: Wednesdays 22nd February– 5th April Wednesdays 9th August- 20th September Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm Cost: $90.00 Taking the Next Step with Computers Becoming more familiar with internet, email and starting to explore some web tools. It will also focus on social inclusion. Dates: Tuesday 17th May—29th June Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm Cost: $90.00 Success 4 U Starting back at study? This course is designed to build your skills to achieve success. Dates: February 6th, 8th, 13th & 15th Monday & Wednesday Time: 9.30am – 3pm Cost: $90.00

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Short Courses Microsoft Applications—Your Way Select a Microsoft product, select a level Course Dates: Thursday 18th May –29th June—9.30am– 12.30pm Thursday 10th August– 21 September—1.00pm– 4.00pm Cost: $ 90.00 Introduction, Intermediate and Advanced Courses Microsoft PUBLISHER Microsoft WORD Microsoft EXCEL Skills for Work A course designed to build your organizational, communication and digital skills for work. Dates: 15th May—26th June 7th August-18th September Time: 9.30am—12.30pm Cost: $ 90.00

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Short Courses Slice, Dice and Chop An introduction to working in the food industry Date: Fridays 19th May –30th June Time: 9.30am– 12.30pm Cost: 90.00 Digital Marketing This course will provide instruction on how to use the email marketing platform - MailChimp. The course will also touch on some topics that will support the use of mailchimp such as Dropbox, Facebook, Canva and editing digital images. Date: Tuesdays 16th May –29th June Time: 9.30am-12.30pm Cost: $ 90.00 My Story—Researching your Family History This course will provide instruction on researching the internet. When: Fridays 19th May –30th June Time: 9.30am-12.30pm Cost: $ 90.00

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Short Courses Literacy for Life Strengthen your literacy skills in a friendly environment Date: Thursdays 18th May –29th June Time: 9.30am-12.30pm Cost: 90.00 How to Enrol Cobram Community House courses are confirmed when an enrolment form is completed and a payment arrangement has been made. So how do I enroll? Telephone: (03) 5872 2224, Drop in: 43-45 Punt Road, Cobram All applicants who are enrolling into any of our Certificate courses are required to attend an interview and complete a Pre-Training Assessment. If you meet all of the application and selection requirements you will then be offered a position in the course. Refunds & Concessions Courses require minimum numbers to proceed. If Cobram Community House cancels the training before commencement, Cobram Community House must refund all fees paid by the student for the cancelled training. If a student cancels their enrolment at least five days before a course is due to commence, Cobram Community House must refund the fees paid for the training after deducting an administration charge.

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Recreational Activities Cyber Seniors “What does this button do?” Come along and bring your tech questions with you! Join this relaxed group which aims to bring fun to learning about your computer or device. Gold coin donation; afternoon tea and laughter included. When: Fridays— 1.00pm—3.00pm Commencing Friday 03 February 2017. Crafternoon Tea Bring an old project or start a new one! Come and join with others to create, chat and make new friends. Meet: Every Thursday afternoon 1.00pm—3.00pm Local Lingo — Conversational English “G’day mate! How ya goin’?” Do you want to strengthen your conversational Australian English? Do you need to develop your language skills for the workplace? Come along and join in our friendly conversational English group. When: To be advised Time: Cost: Gold coin donation for morning tea Call us to register your interest 03 58722224

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Recreational Activities Monthly Community Lunch Join us at Noon on the first Friday of each month for a light meal. Participation is by gold coin donation All welcome We can customize our training to meet your needs. Give us a call to discuss your training needs Are you new to the area? Come in and pick up a copy of our local Community Information Booklet. It’s FREE

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