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For aged care facility required
We are currently looking for a 2nd Chef to
join our team at our site in Cowes, Phillip
Island, Saturday & Sunday.
The right person for this position needs to
have a background in the Aged Care Industry.
You need to have a sound knowledge of
dietary supplements different food textures
as well as different diets. e.g Diabetic,
different allergies, fortified diets.
You will report directly to the Chef Manager.
The right person needs to have experience in
dealing with staff issues on a daily basis.
You need to be friendly and approachable at
all times as you will be dealing with residents
and client staff daily. Needs to be able to work
The right person will need to have a current
Food Handling Certificate and a sound
knowledge of HACCP.
A current police check will be required.
Catering Industries offer the opportunity for
training and development. If you feel you are
the right person please apply now.
Contact Kavinay Krishna,
Catering Manager - Vic
M: 0405 305 983
Bass Coast Adult Education Centre is
looking for a suitably qualified and
experienced individual interested in joining
our team as a sessional trainer in the
AHC20416 Horticulture Training package.
The ability to teach large and diverse
groups and excellent organisational skills
are a necessity.
Pre accredited and Certificate II classes will
run Thursdays and Fridays starting April 27,
2017 until December 1, 2017.
l TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and
l Relevant industry qualifications and/or
l Current Working with Children Check
and Police Check
for a position description.
Applications close: COB Wed, April 19.
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Retail Team Member
Weekend casual position, Inverloch
A weekend casual position exists as a Retail
Team Member in our Inverloch store. This
position requires an extremely high
customer service focus and a high aptitude
for products found in a DIY/Hardware store
The successful applicant should be able to
demonstrate the following attributes:
l Outstanding customer interface skills
l Strong merchandising skills
l Excellent communication skills
l Highly organised and efficient
l Able to work weekends
l Team orientated
Previous experience working in a
DIY/Hardware store environment will be
viewed as a distinct advantage.
If you believe you have the qualities we are
looking for, you are invited to apply in writing
by Friday, April 21, 2017 to:
The Store Manager,
Capeview Mitre10 - Inverloch,
Bass Coast Highway, 3996, or by email
Maru now has vacancies for casual
cleaners. Must have experience and be
available for rotating roster across all seven
days including school and public holidays.
Most shifts will occur between the hours of
7am - 9.30am.
Apply with resume and cover letter to:
The Manager via
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Phone Wonthaggi 5672 1888 or Korumburra 5655 1422
STUDENTS from secondary col-
leges throughout South Gippsland
and Bass Coast are demonstrat-
ing their Vocational Education
Training (VET) in structured work
placements with local businesses.
The Structured Workplace Learn-
ing (SWL) program is funded by the
Department of Education (DET)
and delivered by South Gippsland
Bass Coast Local Learning and Em-
ployment Network (SGBCLLEN).
The SWL program enables stu-
dents undertaking Vocational Edu-
cation and Training (VET) access
to appropriate SWL placements as
part of their Victorian Certificate of
Education (VCE) and Victorian Cer-
tificate of Applied learning (VCAL).
The SWL program facilitates
engagement between schools and
employers, and supports schools
to get local SWL placements for
difficult to place students whilst
identifying local needs and indus-
try priorities for appropriate SWL
An online state wide SWL place-
ment portal has been in operation
since 2016 and has streamlined
the placement process. Businesses
can access the portal to create SWL
placement opportunities; and stu-
dents can access placements from
the portal and schools then have a
reduced amount of administration.
Karena Kerr SWL program Co-
ordinator said: “The portal offers
significant benefits to students as
they will also have the ability to ac-
cess SWL placements outside the
region. Schools also have assis-
tance with difficult to find place-
ments and benefit from a more
time efficient system.”
“Student’s Reece Stark, Peter
Gillian and Toby Clifton are cur-
rently undertaking Cert 2 Automo-
tive one day a week as part of their
VET. These boys also participate
in placements with local automo-
tive businesses where they put
their learning to practical use in a
workshop environment. Students
participating in Vet complete ac-
credited training that can assist
with future employment and fur-
ther training opportunities. Reece,
Peter and Toby all aspire to be me-
chanics, so this pathway is a fan-
tastic way to develop their skills
and get on the job training whilst
they are at school,” she said.
Toby Clifton said: “The new
Trade Skills Centre has amazing
equipment and the latest technol-
ogy for us to work with and l think
the knowledge and skills l learn
here will set me up for my career
If you are a student, parent, from
business or the community and re-
quire further information regard-
ing SWL, the SGTSA or VET please
contact Karena Kerr SGBCLLEN
ONLY one more week and Term 2 of 2017
starts at Milpara in Korumburra.
The term will start with your wellbeing in
mind. On Saturday, April 22 Milpara will wel-
come John Julian who is providing a workshop
called Introduction to the Science and Practice
of Mindfulness & Compassion.
John is the founder and senior mindfulness
trainer at Thinking Healthy. He’d like to share
his experience and passion with his new com-
munity. Depending on interest, this workshop
may follow on with a weekly Mindfulness group
on Thursday evenings.
Next week the regular classes start again.
Tai Chi is movement meditation and pro-
motes health and relaxation. Exercise your
body, mind and soul. Why not give it a try on
Wednesdays with beginner and intermediate
Yoga will be Thursday morning again; starting
at 10.30am this term.
It is one thing to extract a tale but quite an-
other to turn it into writing that is so engaging
the reader just can’t put it down. Whether your
intent is to write a biography, family history or
fiction, the aim is to enthral your reader.
Milpara’s Creative Writing course is a fantas-
tic pathway to transform your writing, enhance
your skills and explore employment pathways
available. The classes are held Thursday morn-
ings and commence on April 27.
If you’d like to improve your Math, English,
Computer Skills, language or skills for employ-
ment, Milpara can help.
It will be open again on Tuesday, April 18,
phone 5655 2524.
THE doors at Mitchell House and the Wont-
haggi Neighbourhood Centre will open again on
Tuesday, April 18.
There are lots of events and activities coming
up for Term 2.
Here are just some of them. Greater details
will be in next week’s entry.
• Years Ahead Seniors Road Safety will start
on Wednesday, April 26.
• Your Experience Counts is on Saturday,
• The Meditation course is returning on
Tuesday, May 2 and its hours are extended to
• ‘Pop Up’ Lunch will be on Wednesday, May
10. Join in for a delicious light lunch. Produce
will be from the Community Garden.
• ‘Welcome to our Town’ Morning Tea is on
Monday, May 17. If you are new to town or been
here a while, this is a good way to find out a bit
about the area, the town and the Neighbourhood
Centre and meet friendly people over a cuppa.
Regular activities are returning such as the
Evening Crochet and Craft & Cuppa groups,
The Toy Library, Learn Leather Carving, Dun-
geons & Dragons, The Community Councillor
Catch-ups and many others.
In the meantime there is The Refugee Dona-
tion Drop off at Mitchell House where a list of
essential items needed is available.
Remember, there is no ‘them’, there is only
‘us’. Donations are sent on to the Asylum Seek-
er Resource Centre for distribution.
Meanwhile, have a Happy Easter.
Students extend trade training in the workplace
Local secondary college students, including, from left, Toby Clifton of Foster, with Peter Gilliam and
Reece Stark of the Korumburra Secondary College, are getting hands-on training in the workplace.
Milpara Community House news
Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Centre
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