Course Code: SITXFSA101 Nationally Accredited Unit: SITXFSA101 Food Handling Certificate Level 1. Good hygiene practices are an essential skill for a career in the hospitality industry. If you are looking to work in a café, restaurant, hotel, take away or fast food outlet, under supervision, Australian law requires all staff handling food to have completed this accredited unit. This course will cover the following required topics: food handling practices to prepare and store food correctly hygiene practices to keep the…Find out more »
Course code: CHC43115 Djerriwarrh, in partnership with Merrimu, are offering a unique opportunity to undertake the Certificate IV in Disability with a possible work placement at Merrimu working across a variety of programs. The goal of the disability support worker is to ‘support individuals to achieve what is important to them’. Successful completion of this innovative training program may increase your employment prospects at Merrimu. Course Information Training will include face to face learning, online learning and a weekly work placement component. This qualification…Find out more »
Pilates, originally called ‘Contrology’, is essentially a series of exercises and movements, concepts and philosophies as developed by Joseph Pilates who commented “A few well designed movements properly performed in a balanced sequence are worth hours of doing sloppy calisthenics or forced contortions”. The emphasis is on spinal, shoulder and pelvic stabilization, spinal alignment and on the recruitment of balance, coordinated neuromuscular movement patterns. Abdominal strength, flexibility endurance and co-ordination are hallmarks of these exercises, Improved health, better energy and…Find out more »
Eligible young people are offered a number of professional driving lessons. Then, with the generosity of a volunteer supervisor mentor, the young person can obtain 120 hours of driving practice in a vehicle supplied by Djerriwarrh.Find out more »
FREE language, literacy and numeracy training. The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is a FREE training program for anyone aged 15 – 64 years who is a registered job seeker with Centrelink.Find out more »
Learn all about the traditional and Hi‐Gloss No‐File Acrylics. Covers tip application, removal, repair, refills and fashionable Nail Art.
Includes a Kit and instructions as well as a Certificate of Participation.
Discover photographic and digital terminology and learn landscape, portraiture, sport and other styles of photography.
Learn to take the camera off AUTO and see what you and your camera are really capable of.
Melton Music - making music affordable Music lessons available in all instruments for all ages. *Discounts available for first time students. View our timetable and book online here: Group classes Private classesFind out more »
Interested in learning some Bollywood dance routines in a fun and relaxed environment?
The Bollywood Dance Club is for mums and is a great way to learn the basics of Bollywood dancing, feel good and socialise!Find out more »
Supported playgroups are groups for parents/carers with children 0 - 5 years, and are either run by Council or another community organisation. Facilitators who lead supported playgroups provide play experiences and parenting assistance. Please see webpage for more information. Supported playgroups in Melton City Council are led by qualified facilitators who are trained in the evidence based smalltalk program. These groups are available to families with a Health Care Card (or eligible card or visa), Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander children and children…Find out more »
Melton U3A is a learning and socialising club for retired and semi‐retired mature aged people, 50 years and over. Come and join us and keep your mind and hands active. New classes and new tutors introduced throughout 2016 with updates advertised in our monthly U3A newsletter, available online.Find out more »
The 30th preparation program with Western Health commences on 21 May.
This course has been developed in partnership with Western Health as preparation for the role of Health Services Assistance.
English for Everyone (Foundation) is a beginners’ course that will help you to develop and improve your English reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in a relaxed and supportive environment.Find out more »
This course is designed to continue developing your English skills and will help you to build a range of life skills including working as part of a team, managing your time, keeping to a budget, making appointments and building self confidence.Find out more »
Our classes are designed to focus on a specific gross motor, hand-eye/foot-eye and/or balance activity to complement the sport component and our program structure is repeated each week so that participants become familiar and comfortable with the routine.Find out more »