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Many of the skills we acquire assist us at work, at home and in the community and enrich our quality of life.

They provide a challenge to our dexterity, our resilience and our mental acuity.

Culinary courses invite us to seek inspiration from the chefs of the world and draw upon the traditions of the Mediterranean, Central Europe and Asia.

Equestrian pursuits are a part of history and a feature of the modern world.

Games, such as bridge and croquet, pose questions that require resolution. We need other life skills for personal care; they are a feature of who we are.

Our lifestyle is an important contributor to where we are going and how we live.

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Bike Maintenance

Thinking about riding to work, shops or for pleasure? Keep your bike running smooth and learn some handy bike maintenance skills. Bring it along to work on during the workshop. This workshop will help you become familiar with your bike and your tools. Also learn some essential maintenance techniques and minor adjustments to keep your bike in good working order. These include: best way of keeping your bike clean lubricants hecking for bike road worthiness how to put your chain back... [More]
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The Art of Small Talk

There is nothing small about small talk. Discover the skills of great conversationalists as you learn why small talk is so important and practical ways to initiate and maintain engaging conversations. In this practical workshop you will learn: Why the ability to make small talk is so important? How to approach others – Initiating conversation with strangers Make yourself approachable Prepare topics points Make – and keep the person comfortable Observe – Listen – Compliment –... [More]

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Natural Skincare: Facial Cream and Lotion

Designed for those committed to looking after their face with the purest natural ingredients, this hands on workshop shows you how to make quality, luxurious skincare products at a fraction of commercial prices. Learn how to make your own botanical preparations from a qualified herbalist, beautician and naturopath. Recognise which products are right for your skin type and discover how tailor cosmetic recipes to your specific needs. In this workshop you will make and take home: a... [More]
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Getting the Sustainability Message Across

We have to communciate effectively to get our message across, no matter what that message is. That is why Randwick Council’s sustainability team are offering this course in sustainability messaging. Enrol in this six session course to learn how to use a host of communication skills that are transferrable to our work, our community organisation and our personal life: • how to design clear and informative brochures and posters • how to make presentations without the clutter that we... [More]
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Horse Riding 1

Learn how to ride a horse in a safe and confident manner. This course is an informative overview of horses and riding. It will allow students an introduction on how it feels to sit in the saddle, how to achieve the correct position and maintain it while the horse walks and trots. At the end of the course students will also understand how a horse thinks, how to interpret his body language, what gear to use when riding whether it is correctly fitted & the correct terminology.... [More]
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Horse Riding 2

For graduates of Horse Riding 1 or horse riders who are already confident at walk and rising trot, but not necessarily canter. This course will provide a refresher on how to groom and tack up your own horse, and then work on the skills you learnt in riding 1 and take them to the next level. Learn to canter with the safety of using a lunge reign and then being able to canter by yourself. Materials Please wear closed toe shoes with flat heels and preferably no laces, jodhpurs, jeans... [More]
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Organic Gardening

Organic growing is a matter of putting first things first, we start with building a healthy, nourishing soil for our home or balcony garden, then propagating our plants, planting them into our nourishing soil, watering them, protecting them from voracious vegetarian insect pests, and watching them grow. Permaculture in the garden is organic gardening + design, and that’s just what we will learn to create productive small gardens that produce flourishing and tasty plants that... [More]
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Croquet

Enjoy the outdoors as you learn this addictive pursuit that has been described as a combination of chess and snooker. This four week introduction will be taught by experienced coaches from the Coogee Croquet Club. You will find Coogee Croquet Club at Bardon Park, Bream Street, Coogee, opposite the CoogeeTennis Club and the Coogee Bowling Club. Please note: If you have any questions about how your physical or medical condition could affect your participation in a fitness course... [More]
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Gardening on the Wild Side

Create garden homes for tiny native bees, frogs, insects, fairy wrens, blue tongue lizards and other creatures using low maintenance garden techniques that mimic nature and which can provide hours of enjoyment. [More]
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Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a gentle health improvement exercise suitable for all ages. It improves balance and co-ordination, strengthens the legs and back, increases circulation and energy throughout the body, creates a feeling of well-being and encourages harmony of both mind and body. As a healing art, Tai Chi is beneficial for stress management, prevention of occupational diseases and the promotion of postural awareness. This course features the short “38 form”, as well as Silk Reeling chi... [More]
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