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10.00 to 11.30 on Wednesdays, continuing course.
Language, literature and all things Italian for those with some knowledge of basic Italian and a desire to improve their conversational skills, while enjoying the company of like-minded people.
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10:30 to 11:30 Thursdays continuing, existing enrolments only A Catch-Up Course for those who want to revisit the basics, or to improve on their phrase-book Italian. Venue is a private home in Macksville, to be advised at Open Day. Please note: This course is not open for new enrolments at this stage.Find out more »
Dates to be advised Training consists of 2 stages, practical and theoretical. The first stage involves 10 weekly on-air training sessions where you will be coached by trained presenters in how to put a program together so that it is interesting and entertaining for the audience. Stage 2 involves the legal and legislative regulations a community radio station must operate under, and some technical understanding of how the station operates and transmits. Stage 2 requires attendance at two full days…Find out more »
10:00 to 12:00 Thursdays. 4 sessions weekly from 1 August These sessions provide insight and promote discussion on how military operations have been, and are currently being conducted this century. This program will go beyond weapons and methods of military operations and introduce attendees to a range of other factors that are increasingly present during the planning and conduct of complex military operations. Operations such as humanitarian and disaster assistance, peace keeping and peace monitoring, indigenous capacity building and counter…Find out more »
10:00 to 12:00 Wednesdays. 6 sessions fortnightly from 7 August Let’s go on a journey to discover some famous and infamous female movers and shakers throughout the span of recorded history. Cleopatra, Boadicea, Catherine the Great, Lola Montez, Mata Hari, Elizabeth I and more!Find out more »
10:00 to 11:30 Wednesdays. 4 sessions fortnightly from 14 August Do you have a female convict ancestor? If so, bring details to share during our fascinating course on the reputation of these much maligned women. During the colonial period many women, convicted mostly of stealing, were sent to NSW for a seven year term. They were depicted as depraved and outcast women at the time and this stereotype had persisted up to recent times. This course takes another look at…Find out more »