Tuesday, July 17, 2012

CERES short courses

No matter what level of education or training you have had in the past, Learn Local can help. New skills can be life-changing, offering job choices, further education and the chance to interact with others in your Learn Local community.


The community basis and diversity of the organisations is one of the great strengths of Learn Local. CERES Community Environment Park in East Brunswick is proud to be one of the 320 Learn Local providers.

CERES, with funding support from Adult Community and Further Education (ACFE), is offering a number of short courses that are aimed at connecting adult learners with the environment through sustainable gardening and cooking, as well as providing practical working skills, pathways and knowledge for both the horticulture or hospitality industry.

If learners have not completed further study beyond Year 12, they are entitled to significant savings on course costs as an ACFE learner.

Courses commencing soon at CERES include:
·         Cooking on a Budget – 12th July to 30th August
·         Sustainable Gardening  - 19th July to 6th September
·         Cooking for Blokes – 20th July to 7th September
·         The Complete Urban Cook – 20th July to 7th Sept
·         The Complete Urban Farmer – 15th August – 14th November
       Gardening for All Abilities - 27th August - 15th October
       Cooking for Life - 3rd September - 22nd October
The cooking programs will take place in CERES’ brand new Community Kitchen, demonstrating state of the art green technology and sustainable design.

For costs and more information on these programs, go to http://ceres.org.au/shortcourses or call 9389 0100
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