200314: Community Dates – Maranoa Regional Council

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200314: Community Dates – Maranoa Regional Council

Maranoa Regional Council

 

For more information please contact your local development officer 1300 007 662.

Local events can be viewed and added to the My Maranoa calendar at http://www.mymaranoa.org.au/events.

Date Details
11 October Bloomin Women Workshops – Women’s Health Injune (Register here)

Food Truck Friday’s (NEW EVENT @ the big rig)

12 October Maranoa Business Awards (more information)
13 October Fathers with Future’s (Dad and child playgroup) Big Rig 9:30am
15 October QLD Police Pipes and Drums Band – Wallumbilla Memorial Hall

FREE COMMUNITY EVENT

15 October Surat Springtime Dance – Surat Hall

More information contact Wendy 0407 260 879 or Deanna 0474 160 287

15 October – 16 October Designing, driving and leading change (two day leadership and regional strategic workforce planning program for domestic and family violence) Register to attend
16 – 18 October Roma and District Eisteddfod 2019

Contact romaeisteddfod@gmail.com.au

18 October Bloomin Women Workshops – Women’s Health Jackson (Register here)
19 October Mitchell Race Day
24 October Nutrition for 0-2 year olds workshop
Roma Community Hub 6:15pm
RSVP to foodfoundations@naqld.org
25 October St John’s Moonlight Fair
26 October Mega Crafty De-stash and Handmade stalls – Studio 6 Roma Community Arts Centre (Roma on Bungil Art Gallery)

For more information please contact Debra Schefe 0417 198 991

2 November Chinchilla Street Food Festival

 

Woodford Folk Festival – Festival of Small Halls Concert

Wool Hall Bassett Park Roma  (more information and tickets here)

3 November Woodford Folk Festival – Festival of Small Halls Concert

Jackson Hall, Jackson  (more information and tickets here)

5 November Melbourne Cup Luncheon (buy tickets here) or tickets can be purchased at Country Buds
11 November Remembrance Day (across the region)
15 November   Food Truck Friday’s (NEW EVENT @ the big rig)
16 November Royal on 99 Roma Cup (more information)
29 November Australia Day Nominations Close

Lions Fish & Chips Night

14 December Food Truck Friday’s (NEW EVENT @ the big rig)
31 December New Year’s Eve Family Rodeo – Mitchell
26 January Australia Day
14 March Roma State College Fete

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New Hope Community Services – Ready for Work Training

New Hope Community Services

 

Life Christian Church Roma is hosting a “Ready for work training” This course is for anyone 15-24 struggling to find work or  just starting in the work force.

This is a FREE 12 day course, spread over 4 weeks (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays) at our training facilities at 27 Hawthorne St Roma (old Maranoa club). There is absolutely no cost to participants for attending this course, as it is completely funded through the State Governments ‘Skilling Queenslanders For Work’ program. This program delivers job preparation and employment skills, with the outcome to help participants apply for and successfully find employment.

During this course, you will obtain:
-A First Aid Certificate
– Resume writing skills
– Job application skills
– Interview skills
– Various workplace training, as well as computer training if required.

Currently, attending the course also comes with a $10,000 incentive, paid to eligible employers who hire you after the training into an apprenticeship or traineeship (courtesy of the Queensland State Governments ‘Skilling Queenslanders for Work’ program) – making you very attractive to potential employers!

When, where and what!
Start date: 5TH June
Time: 9am till 2.30pm (Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Thursdays)
Location: 27 Hawthorne St (old Maranoa Club)
What to bring: Lunch (fridge available) and pen, plus your own tablet or laptop if you would like (not mandatory)

I’M INTERESTED! HOW DO I APPLY?

It’s simple!

Step 1 – If you haven’t already done so, please follow this link to and fill in your details to register your spot:
http://tinyurl.com/ReadyForWorkTraining

Step 2 – We will also need all participants to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) number to be awarded their First Aid Qualification. If you don’t yet have a USI, please click on the following link and follow the instructions, and bring your USI number with you to training: https://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi

Step 3 – You can expect a call or email from our course facilitator Matt to confirm your place.

 

 


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