Cert 111 Early Education and Childcare

We have had great interest in our Fee-Free Cert III Early Education and Childcare course which will commence on Monday March 27th. We are holding an information and enrolment session at the DNC in Camp St. on Tuesday 21 February in our Paddock Room, 10 to 2pm. Last minute expressions of interest are being called, so please come along and find out how you can become part of this in-demand industry, and work locally.

Term One Courses are off and running.

DNC is offering 14 different courses in Term 1 this year.  Our ever-popular First Aid course is scheduled for 9 March and we already have several people booked in.  Our Responsible Service of Alcohol and Food Safety Handlers courses are also scheduled for later in March.  These are great courses to have under your belt, particularly for people returning to work, wanting to work in hospitality, or simply wanting to enter the workforce.

On the fitness side, we also have our 8 Silken Movements, Yoga and Stretch Therapy to get you moving!

Check out our latest courses via the link: https://www.socialplanet.com.au/at/daylesford-neighbourhood-centre

 Free Legal Advisory Service

DNC have teamed with the Ballarat & Grampians Community Legal Service (BGCCLS) to provide a free legal advice service for residents of the Hepburn Shire. The service has both popular and successful. Next date for appointments in Daylesford is on 8 March from 10am. Appointments are conducted at the Daylesford Neighbourhood Centre but bookings are through the BGCCLS office. Give them a call them on 5331 5999 to book an appointment.

 Special Valentine’s Day Jokes from DNC

What did the boy octopus say to the girl octopus on Valentine’s Day?  I wanta hold your hand, hand, hand, hand, hand.

What did the stamp say to the envelope on Valentine’s Day?  I’M STUCK ON YOU.

What did the caveman give his wife on Valentine’s Day?  Ughs and kisses!

What did the boy sheep say to the girl sheep on Valentine’s Day?  I Love Ewe!

[If you’ve got a better joke, send it to admin@dncentre.org.au and we’ll publish it. (Remember, this is a family publication! ?).  We’ll even include your name if you wish – or you can protect your anonymity!]