Registrations are now open for the one day workshop ‘The Talk’ to be held at the Nan Tien temple, Wollongong on Tuesday 18th February. The HARP Unit are pleased to offer this training in partnership with the Illawarra Shoalhaven Sexual Health Clinic & Healthy Cities Illawarra.
We are also excited to announce that Dr Kathy Albury will be presenting a session on ‘Sexting, ethics & the law’ for the first time. Kath currently teaches at UNSW in the areas of contemporary media; sport, media and culture; and online and mobile media. She is also a community educator and facilitator, and has worked with the National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS’ Treataware project since 1996. Kath has designed and delivered primary prevention sexual ethics programs for the Australian National Rugby League and other organizations. For more info: https://research.unsw.edu.au/people/dr-kath-albury. Twitter handle is @KathAlbury
This FREE, popular training books up quickly, so please click on the link in the attached flyer to register.
Here’s what previous attendees have said about ‘The Talk’.
The day was well presented. Thank you for that. Most useful for my practice and understanding of sexual health. Thanks for a great day. The nurse was an inspiration!
Great day. A nice mix of current information, a chance to mix with other interested people and the beauty of experience from 2 speakers.
Wow! What a great day. The best training I have ever attended too – “Seriously”! Great speakers! Great stories and testimonies
Informative, Inspirational, engaging.
Fantastic insight and understanding. Eye opening into issues I wasn’t completely aware of
Information and Bookings here
The next Inspiring Women’s Network Event is on Tuesday the 15 October 12-2pm at The Sebel Harbourside Kiama.
The topic for this event is “THE WORLD IS YOUR OYSTER: Make outsourcing work for you!”
It has never been easier to build a business online or become a freelancer to earn some extra cash thanks to the spread of high speed broadband networks and access to large crowd sourcing platforms.
Hundreds of thousands of small/ medium Enterprises, start ups and entrepreneurs around Australia are tapping into a global workforce which allows them to outsource almost any task, get it done quickly and for a competitive price.
At this presentation we will explore:
- The changing face of business
- How to make outsourcing work for you
- Tips and tricks for working in a global marketplace
To register for this event please go to:-
Discover the value of Communicators, Connectors and Collectors and how they relate to quality networking.
Hear the call of the tribal drums, come and be a part of our Free Range Networking experience. The Shellharbour & Kiama Interagency Tribal Gathering following the WEA 100th Anniversary Celebration Lunch with Hugh Mackay
Thursday 5 September, 2pm to 4pm, Novotel Wollongong.
The Tribal Gathering is free, but book for both events and pay just $60
For more information contact Louise on 4232 0549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Below is a flyer for our up and coming Parenting Teenagers seminars to be held in the Warilla North Community Centre.
Please print and pass these out to parents and those who care for teenagers and forward this email on to your local contacts who also work with parents and families that have teenage kids.
If you would like printed brochures they are available on request to email@example.com
This series of three seminars will be held on Wednesday evenings May 22, June 5 and June 19. The material covered will be very practical, relevant and accessible to parents in our area. While participating all three seminars is the most beneficial each seminar is a stand-alone presentation and can be attended as such.
Chris Hudson, our presenter, has a wealth of knowledge and experience working with both teenagers and those who raise them. His experience and expertise are matched by his down to earth and very practical presentation style. Chris believes that most adults want to connect with the teen’s in their lives and have a fair idea how to go about it. However there are always questions, areas of uncertainty, new frontiers where the rules aren’t clear or seem to be constantly changing. It is here that his insight is invaluable.
Common Ground is the community development initiative of Warilla North Baptist Church.
2013 Activating Enabling Forum
Kiama Youth Centre School Holiday Program
Friday 21 Dec
Youth Cinema Night @Hindmarsh Park, Kiama, free, 8.30 – 10pm, all ages, fully supervised
Saturday 22 Dec
Popcorn and Movie Day @ Kiama Youth Centre, 12 – 4pm, Free
Wed 9, 16, 23 Jan
Youth Centre TV And Radio Workshops, Learn how to present and create radio and TV shows! @ Kiama Youth Centre, 3 – 5pm
Thurs 10, 17 Jan
Learn How To Knit And Crochet @ Kiama Youth Centre, Free, 2- 4pm
Fri 11, 18 Jan
Guitar Lessons @ Kiama Youth Centre, Free, 2- 4pm
Sat 12 Jan, Sat 19 Jan
Youth Centre On The Road @ Jamberoo Skate Park (12th)
Youth Centre On The Road @ Surf Beach, Kiama (19th)
Give-A-Ways, BBQ, Music, Cricket – 12 – 3pm
Sunday 27 Jan
Chill Out Day, Local bands @ Family History Centre, 2 – 5pm, Free