This Intercultural Awareness Workshop is bought to you by Nelson Multicultural Council and facilitated by Denise Hartley -Wilkins who has many years of experience training in this field. It's a 'must do' in today's culturally diverse Nelson. Gaining knowledge and skills to enable the best interaction with those of other cultures - also defining your own cultural lens.
What if you had $30,000 to spend on professional development this year? We've created this short form and we would love you to complete it by 16 March. ACE Aotearoa has Professional Development grants for educators - and we want to apply on behalf of the educators in our region. Applications must come from more than one organisation, so we're reaching out to educators to see what the need is for PD this year. Their Small Grants provide $2k-$5k for one-off PD sessions. And their Innovation Grants provide $30k to fund an innovative professional development strategy. You can read more about the ACE grants here. Paul McGregor, on behalf of the team at Adult Learning Support
Community-led development challenges our ways of thinking, acting and leading. It tests our assumptions about leadership – who has it, how we grow it, how we connect diverse voices. This workshop will share tips and tactics for your own leadership practice – including ways you can support others to step up and lead too.
Applications for 2018/19 Community Investment Fund (CIF) Agreements will open online from Friday 23 February and close Monday 9 April. This year applicants can apply for up to three years of funding, for amounts of $2,500 p.a. and upwards. Community Investment Funding is open for not-for-profit community organisations to apply for. This year applicants will be asked to consider how their project meets the Community Investment Funding Contribution Areas and Priorities for 2018/19, that were developed through engagement with the community last year. Guidelines covering the criteria are now available at http://nelson.govt.nz/services/community/funding/community-investment-funding/ and application forms will go online on 23 February. For further information please contact [email protected] or call 03 546 0217.
Join us for a day of celebrating and showcasing the cultural diversity that is Nelson Tasman today. A day of cultural performance, food, costume, information and fun. Victory Square 11am - 4pm Sunday 18th March
Wellness Movement is a new, multi modality wellness studio. There are two light and airy movement studios. The centre is offering a studio space for use by community groups at a reduced rate for one hour ($25 per hour) mid afternoon Mon Weds and Fri.
Parenting Through Separation is a short course available for parents who are going through separation. It is fully funded by the Ministry of Justice and facilitated by Barnardos. Parents attend separate groups. There are two sessions, each two hours long, usually held over two consecutive weeks in Richmond. In Motueka or Takaka both parts are completed in one day. Check out our course schedule for upcoming dates and times and submit an enrolment form to register.
Thursday 1st March -Citizens Advice Bureau Nelson/Tasman is offering this free session to migrants.
* Find out how to join in the fun of Neighbours Day Aotearoa and enter a draw for meat pack and bakery vouchers for neighbourhood gatherings * Tips on deterring burglars * A recent phone scam