New Lifestyle, Leisure and Learning programs

We are introducing three exciting programs in Burnie designed to be fun and develop skills.

There is so much to look forward to as we build up these programs and see all that you can achieve. Whether it be cooking, working on small engines or creating new from old furniture, there is so much to learn and create. 

 

Catering

When: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

Where: 186 West Mooreville Road, Burnie
Click here for map and directions

Learn skills to create and cook morning teas for businesses. Platters, slices, sauces, healthy options with a paddock to plate intention, hosting larger meals for small groups.

Develop skills that may lead to seeking employment, volunteering opportunities or just enhance your skills in an operational kitchen.

 

Small Engines

When: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

Where: 186 West Mooreville Road, Burnie
Click here for map and directions

The Small Engines program is designed to teach skills, develop understanding of tool usage and Workplace Health & Safety (WH&S). Build a go-cart kit, test drive the go-cart, work on small engines and develop knowledge of how a workshop works. Develop skills that may lead to seeking employment or volunteering options.

 

Melissa Neasey explaining the plans for the go-kart testing track

  

Furniture Flair

When: Tuesdays and Thursdays

Where: 186 West Mooreville Road, Burnie
Click here for map and directions

A new program dedicated to learning skills including tool usage and Workplace Health & Safety (WH&S). Restore and upcycle furniture as you take the opportunity to be creative.

 

Join in

If you are interested in registering for these programs, please contact Jodie.

Jodie Wilton
Client Services Coordinator
0488 012 498
[email protected]

The horticulture program providing the fresh ingredients for our catering program

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