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Murwillumbah Community College (RTO 90044)

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Music Dance and Language

SING with Wendy Grace.

Rediscover the love of singing in this light hearted and engaging two hour workshop where no one is singled out and where once again you can experience the joy of singing with a group. Wendy Grace who has 25 years’ experience in helping people find their voice.
Date: Saturday 9th March Time: 2.00pm – 4.00pm  FREE COURSE

Argentinian Social Tango with Peter Newell.
Enrol yourself and your partner into this introductory course. Through connection, movement and music, a feeling that is danced will bring joy, improve your balance, social skills and physical fitness. For total beginners or if you have danced before and doesn’t require a high level of fitness. If you can walk you can learn to tango. Each lesson will involve 1 hour class and one hour of tango practice. Partner attends FREE of charge.

Date: 6 x Wednesday starting 27th march Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm Fee: $170 Conc: $153

Japanese for Beginners with Katsuko Nara.

This course is a great introduction to the beautiful Japanese Language. Whether you are planning a trip abroad or interested in Japanese history or culture, here is your chance to practice and develop Japanese language skills.

Date: 6 x Thursdays starting 7th February Time: 6.00pm – 8.00pm Fee: $162 Conc: $146

PARLEZ-VOUS FRANCAIS? with Monique Lavail.

If you have had several years of French as beginners then this course is for you. Basics such as primary verbs in the present tense, days, numbers, time, money, travelling and question words should be familiar to you. Practise these again speaking with the tutor and your peers to build up your confidence in striking up a conversation in French. Pas de problèmes!
Date: 8 x Fridays starting 15th February. Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm. Fee: $252 Conc: 227.

Introduction to Auslan with Joanne Heighes.

Learn basic Auslan. Become familiar with finger spelling, skills for conversation and a cultural understanding of the deaf community. Auslan is a fascinating language to study and an excellent way to communicate, not only with the deaf/hearing impaired but also for
people who are non-verbal or with a disability in our community.

Date: 6 x Tues starting 26th February. Time: 6.00pm – 8.00pm.  Fee: $195 Conc: $176.