Northern News : November 3
15 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 NEWS Kerikeri Campus: 11 November from 4.00pm - 7.00pm Kaitaia Learning Centre: 23 November from 4.00pm - 6.00pm Join us at these Information Sessions Courses and programmes may be cancelled, postponed or have their content or configuration changed from time to time (including during the academic year) at the discretion of NorthTec. NorthTec has campuses in Whangarei and Kerikeri, and Learning Centres in Kaitaia, Rawene, Silverdale and Kaikohe. Freephone 0800 162 100 For more detailed information visit: www.northtec.info HORTICULTURE A drive to start her own business led Shelley Cooke to enrol on the Horticulture programme at NorthTec's Kerikeri campus. "I need to re-educate myself for financial purposes. I'm keen to start my own business in the organics sector." Having completed Horticulture level 2 Shelley went on to enrol on the level 4 Horticulture programme. "The level 4 programme will be very helpful because I'll be able to do market research as part of the business management paper in the programme. With her own four children now grown up Shelley is looking to the future. "I'm finding myself and finding a job. I'm enjoying it immensely - I should have done it ten years ago! "I'm formalising the knowledge that I already have. I have a need to nurture and gardening fulfils that need. Once your children are gone you still need to nurture something." Shelley's advice to anyone contemplating whether or not to study it's simple. "Just do it!" Take your place@NorthTec Whakatangata ia koe@NorthTec Qualification Location Delivery Length Start date(s) National Certificate in Horticulture (Introductory) (Level 2) Throughout the North Full-time 17 weeks February and July National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 3) Throughout the North Full-time 17 weeks February and July National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4) Throughout the North Full-time 34 weeks February and July Certificate in Sustainable Rural Development (Level 2) Throughout the North Full-time 17 weeks February and July Certificate in Sustainable Rural Development (Level 3) Throughout the North Full-time 17 weeks February and July Certificate in Sustainable Rural Development (Level 4) Throughout the North Full-time 34 weeks February and July National Certificate in Agriculture (Level 2) Throughout the North Full-time 12 weeks February and July Hon. John Carter MP for Northland Here to help, regardless of how you voted. Phone electorate offce 09) 4077219 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org 2916177AA Whats on your mind? KAHA Hair Design Excellence in Hair Summer Hours: Monday to Saturday Late Nights Tuesday and Thursday. Unit 24, Marina Building, Baffin Street, Opua Phone: 09 402 5050 www.kahahairdesign.co.nz 10% Loyalty discounts available. (Conditions appy) Great value De Lorenzo summer hair care packs now available (Four items for the price of two) SUMMER SPECIAL Hannah's work of art Tui tops: Hannah Welten with her artwork. A tui, flax and ferns themed artwork scored Okaihau College year 8 student Hannah Welten the runner-up spot in the annual Enviroschools Scrapbook Cover compe- tition. Her artwork will be displayed in the Enviro- schools Scrapbook and she received a certificate of merit and $40 worth of book vouchers. The Okaihau resident chose her subjects because they are native to New Zealand. Three hundred entries were received from 20 schools. Okaihau College had five entries; Eliza- beth Kelly, Destinee- Jayne Wikaira, Sarah Clifford, Finella O Leary and Hannah. Northland shows of its art talent The 2010 BDO North- land Painting and Draw- ing Award is set to show- case and promote some of Northland s most tal- ented artists. More than 120 entries have been received for the ArtsXL Charitable Trust-hosted event, with guest judge John Gow pre-selecting over 75 pieces to be exhibited at The Centre from Novem- ber 14 to 21. This truly is a North- land event. The exhi- bition will feature artists from Wellsford to Awanui and many places in between, including Russell, Maungatapere, Whangarei, Mangonui, Kohukohu, Kaikohe, Kaitaia and Kerikeri, event co-ordinator Tania McInnes says. The exhibition will offer a diverse range and style of work, with pieces been developed on can- vas, cloth and board. Materials are also diverse including oils, ink, sand, pencil, watercolour, pastels and acrylic. Part of the exhibition is the The Rona Swallow Art Award, featuring year12or13Bayof Islands students works. This is a charitable event sponsored by BDO Bay of Islands Chartered Accountants and Adv- isors, Far North Creative Communities Scheme, Living Nature and The French Art Shop. ArtsXL are also look- ing for volunteers to help with the exhibition. People interested can contact co-ordinator Tania McInnes on 021-344-870 to register their interest. The exhibition will run every day at The Centre, Kerikeri, opening at 10am.
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