Author Archive: ECH

Bureau of Meteorology – Climate outlook (June-August)

Bureau of Meteorology – Climate outlook (June-August)

Bureau of Meteorology video. Climate outlook overview For the winter outlook, issued 31 May 2018, the southeast mainland of Australia is likely to be drier than average. June has high chances of being drier than average in the southeast mainland, and is also likely to be drier across much of central and western Australia, except […]

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Deloitte assesses the dollars and sense

Deloitte assesses the dollars and sense

Morwell Neighbourhood House, truly a centre of resilience. Deloitte assesses the dollars and sense. What a return on investment! As a result of an independent audit by Deloitte Access Economics, Morwell Neighbourhood House has again proved its worth… Posted by Morwell Neighbourhood House on Wednesday, 23 May 2018

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Provide CPR & Provide First aid training 23rd June 2018

Provide CPR & Provide First aid training 23rd June 2018

Provide CPR Course Code HLTAID001 Covering both the knowledge requirements and practical skills required to perform CPR on an infant and adult, the use of an AED, and the requirements for providing an incident/injury report. Dates:   Saturday June 23rd (1 session) Time & Venue:  9.30am – 11.30am, ECH Hall Course Fee:   $70 per person (All prices […]

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Woorilla Poetry Prize 2018 – Entries Close June 29

Woorilla Poetry Prize 2018 – Entries Close June 29

2018 Woorilla Poetry Prize entries are open until 3pm Friday 29th June Prizes Available Open Section Winner $1000 Runner Up $250 Youth Section (age 12-18) Winner $200 Runner Up $50 — Open Section entries $10 per poem or three for $25 Youth Section (age 12-18) entries are FREE Entries can be submitted online here Details: […]

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#WeatherSmarts – Friday 25 May 7-9pm

#WeatherSmarts – Friday 25 May 7-9pm

The BoM, NBN and EMV all under one roof and at your service. One night only! #WeatherSmarts is part of ECH’s Centre of Resilience strategy to prepare our community for climate calamities such as extreme storms, bushfires, high winds and thunderstorms which can create a serious disruption for us very quickly. Just how ready and […]

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National Families Week (May 15-21)

National Families Week (May 15-21)

National Families Week coincides with the United Nations International Day of Families on 15 May.  This day is observed by the United Nations to mark the importance that the international community places on families as the most fundamental units of society, as well as to show concern about their situation in many parts of the […]

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Victorian Budget Announcement – TAFE

Victorian Budget Announcement – TAFE

Daniel Andrews (@DanielAndrewsMP) tweeted at 1:48 pm on Tue, May 01, 2018: JUST ANNOUNCED: From next year, all these major TAFE qualifications and apprenticeship pathways will cost you nothing to complete in Victoria. That’s right. No course fees. Nothing. Free. #VicBudget https://t.co/rNYfyvHtvQ

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Hospitality Work Ready Training – Term 2, 2018

Hospitality Work Ready Training – Term 2, 2018

Hospitality Work Ready Training *             Course Code HT The Hospitality Work Ready Training is an accredited Work Skills program conducted over one day. It is aimed at providing participants the skills to be Work Ready to gain employment in the hospitality industry. This is a hands on hospitality course where participants will prepare a […]

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