CHILDCARE CERT 3 CHC30708- VICSEG
*Training is delivered with Victoria and Commonwealth Government Funding * Eligibility Criteria Apply.
Craig Family Centre.7 Samarinda AveAshburton
9.30pm to 2.30pm Mondays , 1pm to 3pm Fridays (for english language support )
15 July 2013 – 7 March 2014 *No classes during school holidays
Suitable for people who DO NOT hold a certificate 111 or higher qualification
Cost :$10 (Concession Skills for Vic) $50 (Skills for Vic) $750 (Full fee paying)
Enrolments NO LATER than 1 July 2013
Details: 9885 7789 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
At the Craig Family Centre
Date: Wednesday 20th March 2013
Time: 11.00 am -1.00 pm
Kitchen to the World – DVD
Delicious Afghan Lunch
Gold Coin Donation
Bookings Essential RSVP: Call Yvonne @ the Craig 9885 7789 or email@example.com
Funded By: Modernising Neighbourhood House Program
Growing Together 2013
Growing Together is a community garden social inclusion and community harmony project based at the Ashburton Community Garden. The project will involve a group of community members developing a ‘cooperative team’ to design, establish and manage a communalgarden within the plot based Ashburton Community Garden.
Contact Shau at the Craig Family Centre 9885 7789 firstname.lastname@example.org
Info Booklet – Low Cost Sustainable Living
Click here to download the sustainability booklet: Save Money Save the Environment Live Better
Water saving showerheads
Come and pick up a free water-saving showerhead from the centre. We have both fixed and hose fitted models. These use around 40% of the water if which a standard showerhead uses!
The Ashburton Sustainability Study
The Ashburton Sustainability Study looks at enviromental sustainabiity from a low income perspective. In 2011 Public Housing Tenants living in Ashburton were interviewed to find out what they thought about environmental sustainability and what would make a difference for in overcoming barriers to sustainable practices.
For the full research report click here Ashburton Env Sustainability study 18 June 2012
The Sustainable Neighbourhoods Project
Funded by Sustainability Victoria this project ran from June 2010 to June 2012. The project engaged people in the Ashburton / Alamein area through research, educational workshops and a community food forest project.
Full Report: The Sustainable Neighbourhoods Project outcomes findings recommendations 12 June 2012
Making a bath tub worm farm at Ashburton Community Garden