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Adult Learning Courses at Randwick Park House

Media Release 12 July 2005

Adult Learning Courses at Randwick Park Community House

Randwick Park Community House is hosting a series of adult learning programmes starting Thursday 4 August .

The 16 week Manukau Institute of Technology courses will be held on Thursday nights 6 - 8 pm at a cost of $4 per night. MIT staff will offer tuition in English, Maths and Communications.

For those interested there is a free introduction session to the courses offered the week before on Thursday 24 July from 6-8 pm.

This is an ideal opportunity to gain some key basic skills at very little cost and increase participant's confidence in their abilities to take on further studies. At the end of the course people will receive a Certificate of Completion.

For further information contact Fololi phone: 9688000 ext 8383.

Randwick Park Community House is one of seven such houses in the city. These are used by residents as meeting places, to host courses and can be hired out during the day or evenings by user groups.

More information and contact numbers for all the Community Houses can be found on Council's website www.manukau.govt.nz or phone Council's Call Centre 262 5104.


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