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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.

Event Series Deafhood Identity & Culture

Deafhood Identity & Culture

Chartwell Cooperating Church 126 Comries Road,, Hamilton

Session 1: Sat, 18th May 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

Mental Health First Aid – Hawkes Bay

Hato Hone St John Napier 62 Tait Drive, Napier, New Zealand

Mental Health First Aid training teaches skills to recognize and respond to mental health concerns, beneficial for personal growth and community contribution. Adding certification to your CV demonstrates commitment to mental well-being and can be valuable personally and professionally, making a positive impact on others' lives. Refreshments provided. Please bring ... Read more


Dementia – Dunedin

Otago Deaf Centre 68 Manor Place, Dunedin, New Zealand

This is a workshop about dementia and it will be in 2 parts! Part 1: General brain health What is dementia? What does it look like?   Part 2: Living well with dementia Effective communication   During lunch, there will be an opportunity to watch videos from British Deaf Associations ... Read more


Project Managment

Johnsonville Community Centre 3 Frankmoore Avenue, Johnsonville, Wellington, New Zealand

The workshop is about project management. We invited Zoe Ferguson because she has some experiences and variety. Come and understanding how to manage the project! Refreshments will be provided.


Child First Aid

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

Do you work with children? Eg teacher aid, Teacher of Deaf, working with preschool. Do you have children at home or the grandparents looking after the grandchildren? This is for you to learn how to keep the children and infants safe at home, workplace, playground or anywhere. This course covers: ... Read more


Living Well / Nutrition and Food – Part 2

Heart Foundation 9 Kalmia Street, Ellerslie,, Auckland

Community Nutrition Course Part 2 Learn about heart-healthy eating plans and budget-friendly recipes. Two workshops - Part 2 Easy healthy eating recipes to learn from Understanding how to read food labels (sugar) Good and Bad foods Food groups How to protect your body and heart Refreshments provided.


First Aid Refresher – Hawkes Bay

Hato Hone St John Napier 62 Tait Drive, Napier, New Zealand

The First Aid Refresher course is perfect for anyone who learned First Aid two years ago and wants to update their skills. It's a great way to refresh your knowledge and keep your certificate current. Plus, it looks great to add on your CV! Refreshments provided. Please bring your own ... Read more


Working with Soap Making – Felted Pod

Greenhithe Residents Association Old School Building Collins park, Greenhithe Road, Auckland

Felt Pouch Workshop using Soap method Learn Felt Making skill using Felt Yarn and Soap Take home a Felted Pouch. Coffee and Tea will be provided with biscuits. Please bring your own supper and drink.


NZSL4U Camp 2024 – Christchurch

Woodend Christian Camp 124 Woodend Beach Road, Woodend, New Zealand

We are excited to announce that three NZSL camps will be held in Hamilton, Kapiti, and Christchurch. These camps provide a unique opportunity for individuals to immerse themselves in the vibrant world of NZSL, learn new skills, and connect with the Deaf community. Whether you are a beginner, an intermediate ... Read more