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Create, Make, Shine – Multimedia Taster Classes

event Monday August 31th
event Tuesday September 1st
event Wednesday September 2nd
event Thursday September 3rd
event Friday September 4th
Arts and crafts ,  Digital skills
The Create Make Shine project is a multi-media learning program designed to empower students in using technology creatively to produce engaging content in the forms of, photography, video and sound.
Students can enrol to learn professional techniques and skills in using cameras, lighting, equipment, software and drones over the duration of the course.
The classes are structured to allow students to choose from 5 different workshops (or why not do all 5!):

Photography
Film Making and Directing
Film Making Editing
Drone flying and filming
Audio Production

Educator Tim McCartney is a Masters of Media and Communication Graduate and since has accumulated 10+ years of industry experience on feature film sets, music videos, photography shoots and flying drones over the tallest waterfalls and buildings in the world. He is eager to pass on his knowledge in media and help his students excel in the area of creative media production of their choice.
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Potential students can register their interest at cms.timmccartney.com or email education@dsch.org.au Upon enrolment students will be sent a ZOOM link for each class they are enrolled in

Dates

  • event Monday August 31th
  • event Tuesday September 1st
  • event Wednesday September 2nd
  • event Thursday September 3rd
  • event Friday September 4th

Times

Each class is run twice per day so that students can choose a time suitable for their needs

Photography 1pm and 6pm
Film Making and Directing 1pm and 6pm
Film Making Editing 1pm and 6pm
Drone flying and filming 1pm and 6pm
Audio Production 1pm and 6pm

English Conversation Class

event Wednesday September 2nd
General education

Informal chatting sessions for adults whose first language is not English. Come along to practice your English conversation, learn Australian expressions and make new friends in small group sessions led by volunteer tutors.

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Dates

  • event Wednesday September 2nd

Times

10.30—12.00pm

Organiser: State Library of WA

Phone: +61 8 9427 3111

Website: https://www.slwa.wa.gov.au/whats-on/events-exhibitions/english-conversation-sessions-10

Email: info@slwa.wa.gov.au

English Conversation Classes

event Wednesday September 2nd

Is English your second language? Join our free classes and improve your English speaking skills, learn new vocabulary and meet new people. Join us at Forrestfield Library on Wednesdays from 10.00am – 11.30am.

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Dates

  • event Wednesday September 2nd

Times

10.00—11.30am

English Conversation Classes

event Wednesday September 2nd
General education ,  Job skills

Is English your second language? Join our free classes and improve your English speaking skills, learn new vocabulary and meet new people. Join us at Forrestfield Library on Wednesdays from 10.00am – 11.30am.

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Dates

  • event Wednesday September 2nd

Times

10.00—11.30am

English Conversation Classes

event Wednesday September 2nd
General education ,  Job skills

Is English your second language? Join our free classes and improve your English speaking skills, learn new vocabulary and meet new people. Join us at Forrestfield Library on Wednesdays from 10.00am – 11.30am.

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Dates

  • event Wednesday September 2nd

Times

10.00—11.30am

Bookshelf Bingo

event Tuesday September 1st
event Wednesday September 2nd
event Thursday September 3rd
event Friday September 4th
event Saturday September 5th
event Sunday September 6th
event Monday September 7th
Life skills

From the 1st of September, 25 Book Types will be listed on the Bookshelf Bingo event on our Facebook page.

To play you will need to take a picture of a book from your bookshelf and post it with a brief comment under the Book Type that matches. The aim is to be the first to get two rows of five Book Type matches – the problem is that we are the only ones with the bingo grid. Keep playing until we announce who has been the first to complete 2 rows of 5 (vertical, horizontal or diagonal) or complete all 25 Book Type matches for your chance to go in the draw for a small prize.

This event will go live on the 1st of September on the Burnie Library Facebook page.

 

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Dates

  • event Tuesday September 1st
  • event Wednesday September 2nd
  • event Thursday September 3rd
  • event Friday September 4th
  • event Saturday September 5th
  • event Sunday September 6th
  • event Monday September 7th

Organiser: Burnie Library

Phone: 0364777402

Website: www.facebook.com/BurnieLibrary

Email: burnie.library@education.tas.gov.au

3D Printing

Burnie Library TAS Burnie

event Wednesday September 2nd
Digital skills

Discover the possibilities with 3D Printing. Learn how to use Tinkercad to design your own bookmark and book planter/pen holder. Limited places – bookings are essential.

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/3d-printing-burnie-library-tickets-116558492589

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Dates

  • event Wednesday September 2nd

Times

10am - 12.30pm

Venue: Burnie Library

Location: 30 Alexander Street, Burnie TAS 7320

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Organiser: Burnie Library

Phone: 0364777402

Website: www.facebook.com/BurnieLibrary

Email: burnie.library@education.tas.gov.au

Developing Volunteer Engagement Plans

event Wednesday September 2nd
Job skills

Volunteers are the backbone of communities in Western Australia. They want a fulfilling experience that will also be of benefit to them and for their efforts to be acknowledged and recognised. Organisations that have a Volunteer Management Plan or Program that is innovative and flexible are better able to meet the needs and expectations of the modern volunteer.

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Dates

  • event Wednesday September 2nd

Times

10.00—12.00pm