Day:

Tuesday morning

Dates:

Time:

9.30am - 11.30amm

Upper Beacy Boomerang Bags
FREE

Location:

Upper Beaconsfield Community Centre - Community Room

"Upper Beacy Bags" is a community driven group using the Boomerang Bag model to create reuseable, environmentally sustainable bags for our community. They create a range of different bags including shopping bags, library bags and cutlery pouches using donated materials.

 

The team meets on a Tuesday during the school term and everyone is most welcome to come along and lend a hand.

 

If you have any materials to donate, please drop them in at the office or at one of the workshops. Donations of working sewing machines & overlockers are also very welcome.


Bags are available for sale in Upper Beaconsfield from the Community Centre, Foodworks & Up the Hill Bakery.

Day:

Wednesday

Dates:

Time:

21st & 28th April & 5th May 2021 (3 days)

10am - 4pm

Public Speaking
$80

Location:

Upper Beaconsfield Community Centre - Community Room

If Public Speaking makes you shudder and you need to find a way though your fear, this course could be perfect for you. We break down the various types of Public Speaking and help you to get past the fears and nerves so the information you’re delivering shines! 

 

This 3 day course is full of strategies and covers the basics of nerves, fears, body language, presentation planning and delivery. 

Day:

Wednesday

Dates:

Time:

12th, 19th & 26th May 2020 (3 days)

10am - 4pm

Event Management
$80

Location:

Upper Beaconsfield Community Centre - Community Room

This interactive 3 day Event Management course is perfect for anyone wishing to plan and implement exciting, and memorable events. It is designed as an introduction for those needing the skills to run effective events such as seminars, conferences, meetings, product launches, community events, weddings, parties and more. Participants are provided with easy to use skills and guidelines for delivering events.


Covers concept development, event planning, design, budget setting, financing, event marketing, fundraising, sponsorship, hospitality, human resource management, venue selection, risk management, event shutdown, special considerations and more.

Day:

Thursday

Dates:

Time:

22nd & 29th April & 6th May (3 days)

10am - 4pm

Negotiation Skills
$80

Location:

Upper Beaconsfield Community Centre - Community Room

In this 3 day course you'll learn techniques and practical skills applicable to a broad range of contexts for negotiating the best outcomes for all concerned.

Day:

Thursday night

Dates:

Time:

22nd April 2021

7pm - 8.30pm

Food Without Fuss
$10

Location:

Upper Beaconsfield Community Centre - Community Room

"Helping young people develop a healthy relationship with food is something I am really passionate about. I believe that eating is one of life’s simple pleasures that everybody, young and old, should be able to enjoy.


In "Food without Fuss" I share proven strategies to help children overcome fussy eating, trouble with eating too little or too much and helping parents manage mealtime frustrations. These workshops aim to help children become joyful eaters who eat a wide range of food and in the right amount for them. Here’s a snippet of what we will be talking about in Food Without Fuss.


Intuitive Eating


At the core of helping children to freely eat a wide range of foods in the right amounts for them is to have confidence in their ability to know when they are hungry and to eat enough to make them full. This is called intuitive eating. We are all born with the ability to know when we are hungry and seek out food to satisfy us. However many children’s ability to eat intuitively gets disrupted early on and in parents' effort to get their children back to eating well we tend to set rules such as “just have two more bites” and “you can’t have dessert until your dinner is finished”. This usually backfires and ultimately causes more difficulty. Thankfully this natural ability to eat intuitively can easily be re-established if parents can maintain what we call The Division of Responsibility.


The Division of Responsibility.


The division of responsibility helps parents separate their jobs and their children’s jobs with eating. The division of responsibility states that it is the parent’s responsibility to decide WHAT, WHERE and WHEN food is offered and it is the child’s responsibility to decide IF and HOW MUCH they eat of what is offered. A parent who maintains the division of responsibility does not get caught up in food battles. They simply present a range of foods at each meal or snack time (including at least one food they know their child will eat if hungry e.g. bread) and allow their child to decide if and how much they eat. Without the pressure to eat certain types and amounts of foods children will naturally eat a range of foods in the right amounts to satisfy them and give them good health – they will eat intuitively. The division of responsibility is easier to keep if there is structure with meals and snacks.


In "Food without Fuss" these concepts and so much more are discussed in detail in a small group setting so you can gain information right for you and your family.


I look forward to seeing you there! Leah"

Limited seats available

Day:

Friday

Dates:

Time:

23rd & 30th April & 6th May

10am - 4pm

Resume Refresher
$80

Location:

Upper Beaconsfield Community Centre - Community Room

This course offers you an opportunity to see the latest resume templates and redo your CV to make it shiny and new! We also look at cover letters and Linkedin.

Day:

Friday night

Dates:

Time:

23rd April - 25th June 2021 (10 weeks)

6.30pm - 8pm

Let's Dance For Adults
$100 per term

Location:

Upper Beaconsfield Community Centre - Hall

Bring your partner, a friend or come by yourself & join our social dance group on Friday evenings for Dance Lessons with our Australian Recreational Champion 2018 & Level 2 Latin & Ballroom dance instructor.

 

Learning a new skill such as dancing is a great way to improve the health of your brain, meet new friends & improve your fitness.

Getting married? Come along with your partner or get the bridal party together and learn how to dance ready for the big day.

 

The last class is social & party night!

 

Suitable for ages 15 to 99.

10-12 Salisbury Road

(PO Box 2)

Upper Beaconsfield VIC 3808

Upper Beaconsfield
Community Centre

Phone:  (03) 5944 3484

Fax : (03) 5944 4179

office@ubcc.org.au

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