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Phone: Belinda Campbell - 09 570 4140
Text: 022 395 8456
Office: 25 Mayfair Place, Glen Innes (Opposite Work & Income Office)
Postal: P O Box 18434, Glen Innes, Auckland 1071
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9 am – 4 pm
Phone: Julie Eaddy – 09 570 4140
Text: 022 395 8456
Phone/Text: Pete Davis - 021 154 3451
How to enrol
You need to be a NZ resident over the age of 16. You also need to provide to us a form of identification for example: Passport, Birth Certificate, or Drivers License.
If you believe you have difficulty with reading, writing or maths, we can help you.
You will need to contact us. We will make a time for you to meet with either our Administrator, Education Co-ordinator or a Literacy Coach for an interview.
The purpose of the interview is to see how best we can help you and agree on a training plan and date to get you started.
Our programmes are free and are therefore very popular. We are limited to the number of people we can accept on any given programme. If you miss out on enrolling on a programme this time round, you will go straight onto our waiting list. We will often try to get you enrolled on the next available programme.
Businesses and Employees
If you consider that you or your employees need help with reading, writing, speaking, maths, numbers, computers, drivers license, health and safety compliance or simply want to understand the work that you do better, then talk to us in the first instance.
We have helped hundreds of businesses and employees over the last 40 years to become more confident, competent and productive in the workplace. With the new Health and Safety laws that have recently come into effect, understanding and interpreting the importance of health and safety, to understanding the mechanics of communicating more effectively in the workplace has become essential for both employers and employees.
We can design a specific programme to suit each employer's situation.
Community & Business Programmes
Our programmes vary each year and generally reflect the demands of the community or business requirements.
Courses for 2018 include themes of confidence building, workplace skills and literacy in the workforce.
All programmes have embedded within them literacy, numeracy, listening, speaking and writing skills. To enrol and be accepted onto a programme, you must ensure that you are available and committed to complete the minimum number of hours shown.
|Computer 1 A||25 Hours||
Starters course supported with reading writing
|Computer Foundation||25 Hours||Fri 12.30pm-3.30pm||
Beginners course for people very new to computers
|Computer 2||25 Hours||Fri 12.30pm-3.30pm||
Build upon your knowledge from Computer 1 with advanced Internet, Powerpoint, and MS Word Documents
|Road Code||25 Hours||
Mon 12.30pm - 3.00pm
Tues 12.30pm - 3.00pm
|Confidence building programme for people wanting to pass their Learners License|
|Life Skills||100 Hours||
|Confidence building programme helping you to learn and lead a confident and productive life.|
Starts Term 2
Wed 4.00pm- 7.30pm
Thurs 9.30 - 1.00pm
|Foundation business programme exploring self-employment ideas.|
|Work Skills||100 Hours||
Tues 9.30am - 3.00pm
|Confidence building skills necessary to get into the workforce|
|Music Literacy||25 Hours||Fri - 12.00pm - 3.30pm||
Learn to read music and play guitar
N.B.: Workplace Programmes are 25 - 40 hours duration made up of varying workplace modules.
New Courses Starting 2018
HEALTHY LIFESTYLES - 25 Hours (foundation course for people wanting to improve their personal health & wellbeing)
CONFIDENCE WITH NUMBERS - 25 Hours (get confident with everything to do with numbers)