Community Education @ Rutherford College
It's been a long, cold winter, but finally Spring is almost here!
September is all about saying goodbye to those long, dark and chilly nights and hello to brighter days and warmer temperatures! So this is the perfect time to start something new! Take up a new hobby, learn a new skill or do something you've always dreamt of doing.
Rutherford College is offering weekend workshops on September 13,14,20 and 21. There is a wide range of courses to choose from and something for everyone
Saturday 13 September
• Accounting for Residential Property Income
• Mind Your Own Business
• Brilliant Blogging: Step 1 How to Write a Blog
• Building A Website with Weebly
• Capsule Wardrobe Creating
• Digital Photography
• Importing in New Zealand
• Knitting – for beginners
• Microsoft Outlook Expert
• MS Access
• Pruning – Ornamental Trees and Shrubs
• Thai Cuisine – A Taste of Thailand
• Video Editing
• Makeup Artistry for Personal and Professional Application
Saturday 20 September
• Brilliant Blogging : Step 2 Taking Your Blog to the Next Level
• Exporting in New Zealand
• Family History Research
• How To Be Found On the Internet
• Look Fabulous After 40
• Microsoft Office 2013
• Indian Fusion Banquet
• Soft Stone Sculpture
• Food Hygiene Certificate – Unit 167 14 September
• WordPress – Website in a Weekend 21 September
Check out our website for full course details, times and costs. www.rutherfordcomed.co.nz
Andrea, Sang A, Teresa and Darren
Rutherford College Community Education
Kotuku Street, Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland
Ph 834 4099 Fax 834 4011
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Transitions workshops for community organisations
Together with our community partners, CGO Transitions Ltd is running a series of development workshops around New Zealand. This is your chance to see how to strengthen the capacity and capability of your organisation in the current challenging environment. We welcome 2 or more people from each organisation and especially encourage a mixture of staff, board/management committee members and volunteers.
Managing Transitions in small community agencies: www.cgotransitions.co.nz/2014-workshops
Tuesday 26th August.
Enrol now with
or phone: (06) 759 1178
Te Atatu, Auckland
Wednesday 17th September.
Enrol now with
, Ph: (09) 838 7903
Tuesday 4th November.
Ph: (06) 378 8900
Managing Leading and Governing in service organisations: www.cgotransitions.co.nz/2014-workshops
Dunedin. Wednesday 10 September.
Enrol at http://cossd.org.nz/event/stepping-through-transitions-workshop
Christchurch. Friday 12 September. Enrol with:
Meadowbank, Auckland Wednesday 1st October - flyer here: http://www.cgotransitions.co.nz/Auckland-flyer
CGO Transitions Ltd
PO Box 87 229, Meadowbank, Auckland 1742
Ph: (09) 522 2301; 021 552 539
CGO Common Good Organisations Working for the common good
The Treaty Of Waitangi with Dr Susan Healy
Has it been some time since you last brushed up on your understanding of the Treaty?
If that's you, why not join Dr Susan Healy, an experienced treaty educator and co-author of the independent report Ngapuhi Speaks. This report has some of the most recently available information on the Declaration of Independence and the the Treaty of Waitangi.
Dr Healy will take you through a one day workshop that will cover:
The historical background to the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
The Treaty text
The Treaty's history since 1840
The impacts of legislation and government action
Implications of the Treaty relationship for community groups and organisations
Date: Monday 22nd September 2014
Time: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Venue: Waitakere WEA, 9 Henderson Valley Road, Henderson
To enrol: contact Cynthia or Gaylene at Waitakere WEA on (09) 837 1471 or email:
To view our website go to www.waitakerewea.org.nz
Enrolments now open for the Diploma in Child Protection Studies 2015
Enrolments are now open for NZ's only specialised, tertiary level 5 NZQA accredited child protection training. COMING TO AUCKLAND AND CHRISTCHURCH IN 2015!
Find out more: http://www.blacksheepcreative.co.nz/fanmail/action/view/?link=m5PFo8iYbmvCl5qcbZXDlZmVm2hhmpqXYI-RmWeYmWNok5ujxw
RBA + Asset Based Community Development + Collective Impact = Well Formed Outcomes
Explore how community development can work when you combine these 3 models. Using ABCD – building communities from the inside, alongside the collaborative model – Collective Impact and measuring the difference made through RBA.
When: Tuesday, 2nd September
Where: MPHS – Hubwest, Henderson South
Cost: $50 (includes lunch)
Both workshops will be facilitated by the Dynamic Duo, Carol Ryan and Sally Clarkson.
To book your place, email
or phone 09 441 8989.
Our Training brochure is attached with information on our upcoming Toolkit workshops for the community sector.
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