Western Leader : March 8th 2011
11 WESTERN LEADER, MARCH 8, 2011 NEWS • NZQA Accredited Programmes • Career Planning • Work Based Training • Supportive environment with strong leadership *Enrolment criteria applies. FIGHT 4 our youth • Computing • Travel and Tourism • Freight Operations • Sport • Business Administration • Employment Skills • Performing Arts BE A WINNER WITH THE BEST YOUTH ACADEMY NO FEES Tertiary Education for 16 -- 18 year olds* LIMITED PLACES ENROL NOW! CERTIFICATE IN SPORTS LEADERSHIP APPLIED LEVEL 4 I 36 WEEKS I LATE MARCH 2011 Are you wanting to get into the Sport, Fitness & Health industry but may not have the confdence, experience or qualifcations to start? This course is fully dedicated to helping you learn and acquire the essential knowledge and life skills to best prepare you for that next important step in your life. You will learn the key elements and principles of refereeing, coaching, strength and conditioning, frst aid, nutrition, sport administration, media, teamwork, programme development and communication skills. You will also be challenged, inspired and better equipped through our life skills, coaching and leadership programme. Make that decision NOW to take hold of your destiny and maximise your true potential! Classes are held fve days a week for 36 weeks, and include an excellent blend of theory and practical learning experiences. Venue: New Lynn CALL US TODAY TO FIND OUT MORE! All courses are subject to student numbers and confirmation. Every effort has been made to ensure that the content of this advert is correct at the time of print. "The VSA programme is designed to assist you to maximise your potential, in sport, education and in life in general... this is one of the best Foundation level sports education courses in New Zealand." -Michael Jones Enquiries to VSA Academy - High Performance Manager TONY LAFOTANOA Ph: 09 827 0331 or 027 267 0174 0800 355 553 I www.twoa.ac.nz L.TAM018 GUIDELINES To be included, contact us at least two weeks before your event. Email email@example.com or write to What's On Guide, PO Box 21167, Henderson. This section is for community groups, charities and non-profit organisations providing free or low-cost events. NOTICES Free seminar, March 10, 7pm on Waitakere Community Law Service. Do you know what free services the Community Law Service offers? Come along to find out what services are available to you. Glen Eden Community House, 13 Pisces Rd, Glen Eden. Phone 818-2194, bookings required. Garage sale, fundraising for new playground. West Harbour Playcentre, 8am to noon, March 12. 1/74 Oriel Ave, West Harbour. Phone Melanie 833-6361. Tree scheduling workshop, March 12, 11am-12.30pm. Identifying neighbourhood trees to protect, with Jenny Pullar. Phone Imi 828-5854 or email avondalecommun firstname.lastname@example.org. Koha appreciated. Folk music, Titirangi Folk Music Club concert, March 12. Guest artists Hamilton Acoustic Music. At Titirangi Beach Hall, Titirangi Beach Rd, 8pm. Contact Shiree 817-7676. Antiques and collectibles fair, March 13, 9.30am to 2pm, Blockhouse Bay Community Centre, 524 Blockhouse Bay Rd. Phone Sue 445-1227. Entry $2. Proceeds to upkeep of Armanasco historic house. Support group, for bereaved people, beginning mid-March. The Grief Centre will be running a group at Morrison's Funeral Home, 220 Universal Drive, Henderson, for eight weeks. Cost will be $5 per session. Phone 418-1457 or email email@example.com for more information. Family fun day, March 19, Village Green, Te Atatu Peninsula. 10am to 1pm. A free event. Come along and find out what's available in your community. Expressions of interest, invited for Glen Eden Community House Info Fest 2011. To be held March 19, 11am to 2pm, 13 Pisces Rd Glen Eden. Residents can find out what is happening or available in their community. A chance for clubs and groups to promote their services at no cost. Have a stall, demonstrate your activities, or encourage people to have a go at a sport. There will be a free bouncy castle for children and a free sausage sizzle, activities for preschool children and Tai Chi demonstrations. Contact Leanne or Carole on 818-2194 or glehouse@ihug. co.nz by March 11 if your group would like to take part. Moving on from family violence, a group for women. Learn how violence affects your children. Understand rights in relationships. Beginning March 23, 9.30am to 11.30am Wednesdays. Koha, WINZ, Family Court funding accepted. No one turned away. Phone 837-2491 for information. Waitakere Writers, new members welcome, second Saturday each month at 1.30pm, at St John Hall 247 Edmonton Rd behind ambulance station. Contact Clark 827-5696 for details. Free Tai Chi classes in west Auckland, to celebrate active ageing. In Titirangi, New Lynn, Te Atatu, Henderson, Hobsonville, Kelston. To register phone 816-8649 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Project Respect, if you believe your children and youth don't listen to you, are always in trouble, don't care or don't love you, come along to Corban Estate Arts Centre on a Thursday evening, 426 Great North Rd, Henderson. Contact Pa Riikau for details on 021-251-7027. Badminton, Tuesdays 10am at the Titirangi Badminton Hall in Withers Rd. Cost is only $3 to play over an hour. Experience not necessary and we are a friendly, non- competitive, social group. All ages welcome. Phone Dareen on 817-8935. Move4Health, have fun while exercising and meet new people. Aimed at those who need to get active to improve their health. Ranui Community Centre, Fridays 1pm-2pm. First session free, gold coin donation thereafter. For more information contact Emma 966-3120. Croquet, join us any Thursday or Saturday at 1pm and try our fascinating game for free. Phone Bev for details on 838-5915. Rathgar Badminton Club, meets 7.30pm every Wednesday at Liston College gym. New members aged 16 and over are welcome. Phone Gary 834-6649.
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