44 days ago

Social media, Internet and Email - short courses for adults who struggle to read and write

Rebecca from Pirongia - Karamu

Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust

Need some help with reading and writing? Come learn with us.

We know you don't always want to commit to lots of study, so we have a selection of short courses you can do by phone or computer.

Great to get you started and give you the skills you need to reach some of your goals.

We offer courses in :

Courses by Phone
- How to Use Your Smart Phone
- Letter-writing Course
- Form-filling Course
- Essay-writing for Teenagers Course
-Learn to Do Crosswords
- Learn to Spell
- How To Use Snapchat

Courses if You Have a Computer and Internet
* How To Surf The Internet
* How to Use Skype
* How To Use Trade Me
* How To Email
* How To Use Facebook

Come learn with us!

Talk to your friends and whānau about our short courses. Maybe we can help them with their reading and writing,

FREE reading and writing lessons for rural/isolated teens and adults.

Call 0800 891 339
Visit www.adultliteracy.ac.nz...

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1 day ago

FOOD RECALL: Pak'n Save NZ Beef Mince

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Have you been affected? Pak’n Save Clarence Street is recalling a specific batch of its Pak’n Save brand NZ Beef Mince as the product may contain foreign matter (plastic).

Package size and description: The product is sold in clear plastic trays of various weights.
Distribution: The product is only sold in Pak'n Save Clarence Street, Hamilton.

Click here for consumer advice.

1 day ago

Poll: Was the $19k Hamilton City Council team talk a good use of ratepayers' money?

Matt Bowen Reporter from Waikato Times

Morning neighbours,

Hamilton City Council staff have been treated to a $19k mass team talk at Claudelands Event Centre. It featured motivational speakers and a 25-minute acrobatic performance from circus company The Dust Palace.

Chief executive Richard Briggs defended the spend.

"Old school thinking is you don't spend any money on your staff and you expect them to just show up to work and go hard," he said after the event.

"New school thinking is you've got to give them some purpose for being here, and today was all about understanding that purpose and improving the wellbeing of the community."

What's your take on it? Read more here

Was the $19k Hamilton City Council team talk a good use of ratepayers' money?
  • 36.8% Yes
    36.8% Complete
  • 55% No
    55% Complete
  • 8.2% I'm ambivalent
    8.2% Complete
171 votes
1 hour ago

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