Last week South Coast Colleges attended Yumaro Industries in Moruya to present Hospitality and Certificate II in Business documents to a very proud and hardworking group. "I've really enjoyed learning something different" said Jasmin "and now I can use a knife to cut properly" Jasmin completed her Certificate in hospitality. "I want to work in an office and the course really helped me" said Margaret, who now works at the reception desk at Yumaro.
Everyone who attended thought the courses would help them in the future and had a bit of fun whilst doing them.
Above: Mark Brantingham CEO of Yumaro Industries, Margaret, Reanna, Jasmine, Sharon and Rhonnie South - Learning Centre Facilitator
Above: L to R, Margaret, Reanna, Jasmine and Sharon. Today also saw small ceremony for some Hope House Graduates who recently completed their Certificate 1 in Information Digital Media and Technology. Some are now completing a Certificate II in Business; AND the lads have done some industry licence courses such as White Card and Traffic Control training– real life skills they can use to apply for jobs, accommodation and this helps with ‘social inclusion’ and transitioning back into day to day life. South Coast College's Business Development Manager, Julie Griffiths, is more delighted in the role that the college could take in providing training saying; "Thanks to Shirley at Community Life Batemans Bay Inc., Hope House, for letting us assist in the change these guys are making in their lives. And a BIG thanks to Phil, their trainer - you are awesome, Phil... and thanks to Amber's Creative Cakes for the scrumptious cake - it didn't last long"
To cap off a great week of celebration staff at Bankisa Village at Broulee, have just completed some in house medication training which was customised specifically to suit the facility’s needs.