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THIS PAGE LISTS COURSE CHANGES, VACANCIES, CANCELLATIONS AND PROPOSED NEW COURSES

Changes

Change of dates for Kipling V (ELL059.05)

Leader: Alan Cowan
Please note that the start and end dates for this course have changed
Now Starts: Tuesday 2 May from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Ends: Tuesday 4 July
To see the full details of this course go to the online prospectus and scroll down
Contact: Alan Cowan on 6281 3038
Posted 3 February 2017

Vacancies

How doctors sometimes got it wrong (SHE10.108)

Class Numbers: 4 - 20. There are 20 vacancies
Starts :Thursday 2 March from 10:00 am-12:00 noon ENDS: Thursday 13 April
To see the full details of this course go to the online prospectus and scroll down
Contact: John Thompson at or on 6249 8446 after 9am
Posted 26 February

Telling your Tommies story (H154.03)

There are six vacancies still available in this course
Starts Friday 17 March, 2-4pm, for 3 weeks. Venue is now confirmed as the Cooleman Court Community Centre, behind the Shopping Centre.
To see the full details of this course go to the online prospectus and scroll down
Contact>: Mary Stutters at .
Posted 17 February

Traveller's tales, Part 2: Central Asia, the great game (H36.12)

Class Numbers: 45 - 110
Starts: Wednesday 22 March from 10:00 am - 12:00 noon ENDS: Wednesday 12 April, venue Hughes CC Hall
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Contact: Ross Howard at or on 0419 973 390 after 10:00am
Posted 26 February

Cancelled Courses

Proposed New Courses
Inviting Expressions of Interest

Chat Group - Fun with your iPad and Mac (CS036.01) - Additional Co-Presenters Wanted

David Wilson & David Raff are looking for a couple of additional co-presenters for the course (one meeting per month at Cook on the fourth Tuesday 10am - 12noon).

The two Davids have conducted this course for the past five years & would like to invite new presenters to join their team for 2017. They are hoping this will lead to a greater range of skills & interests which can be shared with class members. As well, an expanded team would provide enhanced coverage should one of the other presenters be out of town.

The course is fun & is designed to assist members to get the best out of their Apple products, to help them solve their daily problems, & to encourage sharing of experiences. Our presenters do not need to be tech wizards, just to have a working familiarity with Macs & iPhones/iPads, & a willingness to share
their knowledge.

Examples of the topics we may cover over a year include: photography, music, emailing, word processing, Skype & Facetime, travelling, home networks, & using the Internet safely.

Contact: David Wilson or David Raff at if you would like to join the team.

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