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Event Series Deafhood Identity & Culture

Deafhood Identity & Culture – Waikato

Chartwell Cooperating Church 126 Comries Road,, Hamilton

Session 1: Sat, 29th June at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Introduction to Deafhood Deaf Culture and Community Session 2: Sat, 13th July at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Deaf Identity Deaf Education and Advocacy Session 3: Sat, 17th August at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Deafhood in Society Intersectionality ... Read more

Self Advocacy

Auckland Deaf Society 16 Hillsborough Road, Hillsborough, Auckland, New Zealand

Kellie has been working with the Health and Disability Advocacy Service (HDAS) for 17 years. She will discuss the health service issues at this workshop. You will learn about your rights, how to make a complaint, represent yourself, and do advocacy.

First Aid – Level 1

Hato Hone St John Christchurch 76 Moorehouse Avenue, Addington, Christchurch

This workshop is now fully booked. This is for people who do not have a basic first aid certificate or your certificate has expired more than 2 years. This is perfect for you to register with us. The course covers: in-depth lessons and scenario-based activities How to treat people when ... Read more


Matariki / Maori Crafts – Waiata workshop

Highbury Whanau Centre Highbury Avenue, Palmerston North, Manawatū-Whanganui, New Zealand

An opportunity to learn Waiata with a group. Learn some Matariki words. Sign with the signer, learn together in a group. Come along to this exciting workshop to learn all about New Zealand’s newest holiday, Matariki.

Project Management

Auckland Deaf Society 16 Hillsborough Road, Hillsborough, Auckland, New Zealand

What is project management? It involves taking responsibility for meeting deadlines, arranging budgets to control costs, communication skills for negotiation, and employing creative skills. For example, a project manager can organize events such as 21st birthday parties, weddings, and other events. Refreshments provided.

Health – Dementia Timaru

Isobel Mayman 14 Butler Street,, Timaru

Do you want to learn about Dementia? What does that mean to you What are the symptoms of Dementia How to communicate with your family and friends who have it, and how to deal with their behaviour What Dementia organisation can offer, eg, support, resources a Deaf person will give ... Read more

Event Series Powerpoints and handouts

Career Planning and Upskilling

The Classroon 159 Seventeenth Ave,, Tauranga

Workshop 1: - Career Planning Workshop 2: - Skills Development - Resume Building Workshop 3: - Networking & Overcoming Barriers Workshop 1: Fri, 10th May Workshop 2: Fri, 14th June Workshop 3: Fri, 12th July 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Tea & coffee and refreshments will be provided.

Child First Aid

Hato Hone St John Porirua Mungavin Avenue, Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand

This half-day course is ideal for people who are looking after children in their own home or for those needing to renew their Child First Aid certificate. Recommended for parents, grandparents and other family caregivers. Recognised qualification for home-based educators and nannies. Tea & coffee refreshment will be provided. Please ... Read more

Basic Computer skills

Hawkes Bay Deaf Club 22 Lee Road, Taradale, Napier, New Zealand

Saturday 13th July, 9.30 am to 2.30 pm Email and Computer Skills How to use email How to manage your email storage How to avoid scams and spam Please bring your own mobile phone or laptop, etc. We will help set you up and teach you how to use the ... Read more