Wairarapa News : February 6th 2013
24 WAIRARAPA NEWS, FEBRUARY 6, 2013 EDUCATION WAIRARAPA COLLEGE Adult and Community Education 2013 Come and learn a new skill or improve one you already have in a fun and supportive environment -- everyone welcome. NEW CLASSES - LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE. Enrol early to avoid disappointment. Yoga Mondays and Wednesdays 6.30-8pm Entire Term Start Mon 11th Feb Concession Card 10 sessions for $80 or $10 casual Te Reo Maori for beginners Wednesdays 7 -- 9pm Term $65 Start Wed 13th Feb Welding for beginners to advanced (tailored to suit you) Mondays 7 -- 9pm 9 weeks $100 Start Mon 18th Feb Spanish for beginners to advanced Mondays 6- 8pm 6 weeks $105 Start 18th Feb Computer Management and Confidence with Windows Mondays 6.30-8pm 6weeks $105 Start 18th Feb Get more from your computer German for beginners to advanced Wednesdays 7 - 9pm 6 weeks $105 Start 20th Feb Upholstery Wednesdays 7-9pm 9weeks $120 Start 20th Feb Bring your own project and do it while learning the skills Oil Painting Workshops Wednesday 20th Feb Still Life 1 night 6-- 9 $105 Saturday 9th Mar Landscape 1 day 9.30 -- 2.30 $135 Take home a beautiful painting at the end of this beginner's step by step workshop. All equipment provided. Mandarin Chinese for beginners and travellers Mondays 6- 8pm 6 weeks $105 Start 25th Feb Tai Chi for Health Beginners Wednesdays 6-8pm $105 Start 27th Feb Especially suited to those with health issues such as arthritis, diabetes, back pain and osteoporosis. Facebook for beginners Saturday 9th Mar 1 day 9.30 -- 2.30 $105 Learn how to use Facebook, the do's' and don'ts and when things get sour and how to fix them and how to promote your own business. Photoshop Beginners Monday 4th and 11th March two sessions 6-9 $105 Here is the chance to learn how to retouch your photographic images digitally & to fix common problems Advanced Monday 25th Mar and 1st April two sessions 6-9 $105 Advanced tips & tricks to retouch & enhance your photographs Wine Appreciation Saturday afternoon 1-5pm 1 sessions $105 16th March Develop a greater understanding and appreciation of wine and the wine industry including tastings. Also Self- Publishing, Graphic Design, Computer Graphics, Internet Usage, Creating Art in Photoshop, Basic Graphic Design in Photoshop and Photoshop -- Photo Manipulation See the website to register your interest. Visit the website for further details Enrol online today www.waicolcomed.co.nz Or Phone 06 370 0410 (and leave a message) Call in to the Wairarapa College Office Also Te Ataarangi Ki Wairarapa River Road Contact Edith Rolls 06 378 7278 for details Literacy Wairarapa Reap House Computing for Beginners and the more experienced, English, Communicate with Confidence, Road Code Theory Contact 06 377 4214 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org South Wairarapa Adult Learning Centre Martinborough and Featherston Te Reo Maori, Computers for Beginners, Flax Weaving, Road Code Theory, Creative Writing Contact Sitala Barrett 06 306 9810 or 308 8826 www.waicolcomed.co.nz 5153868AA I have had over 25 years experience as a property and business lawyer. by Simon Ogilvie - Joint venture and syndication agreements - Shareholders Agreements - Estate planning and succession planning Where necessary to obtain outside advice when I do not have the expertise to deal with any particular legal matter I have access to a Wide range of other professionals including accountants, mortgage brokers, surveyors and real estate agents. If you wish to discuss any of the above issues with me I offer a free initial appointment to discuss any of the above matters. I offer a free initial appointment if you wish to discuss any of the above issues (or anything legal) with me - my contact telephone number is freephone 0800 249 529 or e-mail email@example.com PS - New service. I now offer an on line conveyancing service for buying and selling residential properties-give this a go. PPS - Did you know that the Public Trust now charges for making wills. §Simon Ogilvie Property Trust & Business Lawyer Phone: 0800 249529 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Advertorial SPECIALIST AREAS ARE: - Conveyancing (buying and selling residential, commercial and rural properties and businesses including preparing and perusing contracts - Retirement villages (buying and selling of dwelling) including providing independent advice on the occupancy licences - Structures for the ownership of properties including Creating trusts, companies and joint venture agreements - Refinancing of mortgages - Formation of trusts, incorporation of Companies and partnership agreements - Franchise agreements - Subdivisions - Leases - Creditor protection - Preparation of Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and "Living Wills" - Elder law - Relationship property division and preparing Agreements - Estate administration 4439004BY Ethnic data focus no help to disabled One of New Zealand's leading disability service providers, CCS Disability Action, says the edu- cation policy is being let down by a lack of data on disabled students. CCS Disability Action says the lack of data on the number of disabled students in schools and early childhood education made setting policies and priorities to better support the disabled almost impossible. CCS Disability Action chief executive David Matthews, says the Education Review Office provides a detailed breakdown of ethnic groups within schools but has no breakdown based on disability. So while we know that 4 per cent, or around 98 students at Auckland Grammar School are Maori, we can't tell you how many students have special edu- cation needs or are in the Ongo- ing Resourcing Scheme,'' he says. The same is true for Early Childhood Education, he says. The Ministry of Education does not collect data on dis- ability and participation rates, but does on ethnicity. This is despite research pointing to major barriers for disabled chil- dren in early childhood edu- cation. The lack of data causes major problems for priorities and pol- icy. For example, the Ministry of Education in its early childhood education work is focusing almost exclusively on Maori and Pasifika. Until the government and experts recognise and address the barriers children with dis- abilities and their families face, real solutions to issues in edu- cation will be impossible.'' Course on nail glamour UCOL has got the thumbs up to offer one of only a handful of fulltime nail technician programmes in the country. The National Certificate in Beauty Services (Nail Tech- nology) has been introduced as a standalone qualification. For the past two years it was embedded in UCOL's Beauty Services programme but a change of unit standards has given nail artistry a green light for a fully dedicated course. There are 20 places avail- able at each of UCOL's Palm- erston North and Wairarapa campuses. The programme includes manicures, pedicures, acrylic and gel nail application, nail sculpture, 3D nail art, the use of equipment, products, and safe operating procedures. The 27 week programme is taught at UCOL's own beauty clinic over three days which includes one evening per week. The clinic is custom designed and fitted to meet industry requirements and international training standards. As a fully functioning clinic, the students have a profes- sional environment to offer a complete range of nail services to UCOL staff, students and the public during their train- ing. Associate Head of School of Hospitality and Continuing Education Margot Ferrick says: There is a heavy empha- sis on customer service and hands-on experience. When they leave us, our graduates are fully qualified and job ready. We are very excited to be national leaders in this qualification.'' UCOL's level 3 nail tech- nician qualification can lead to the certificate in beauty services level 4 and the dip- loma in beauty therapy level 5. Enrolments are now open for the programme that starts on February 20. Visit www.ucol.ac.nz or phone 0800 GO UCOL for more infor- mation.
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