This is a fantastic initiative in which we will be provided free of charge the training to keep an eye on each others wellbeing, and develop our community connections. Should you be interested in participating in this, please direct all correspondence to David Henderson mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
INVITES YOU TO A FREE WORKSHOP HELP YOUR CLUB MAKE BETTER USE OF TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE COMMUNICATION Date: Tuesday 21 May 2019 Time: 11.30am to 3:00pm (sandwiches for lunch from 11.30am to 12 noon) Venue: Warwick Town Hall, Palmerin Street, Warwick Details: Making Better Use of Technology to improve Communication This FREE workshop will provide exclusive training on how to
Event date: Thursday 30 May 2019 Event time: 10am – 1pm Event Location: Auditorium and Community Hub, Warwick Campus, 223 Dragon Street, Warwick We will be running Information sessions Free health checks Range of local community exhibitors promoting their services, products and recreational activities Complimentary refreshments and barbeque lunch with our campus community Lucky door prizes You will
The Strong Not Tough – Adult Resilience program aims to increase an adult’s resilience and coping skills. Backed by years of research the Strong Not Tough program is evidence based and proven to help participants be the best they can be, and reduce their anxiety by imparting on them many skills and tools such as: Developing awareness – body language
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course (Mindfulness Meditation) in Stanthorpe with Mallow Wellbeing, please see the attached flyer below for all details on the course.
Pickleball is a cross between tennis, table tennis and badminton. The Brisbane Pickeball Club is offering free introductory coaching in this engaging and fun activity on Sunday May 5, from 10am – 2pm at the WIRAC Badminton Courts, Warwick. Further details and booking information is listed below.
GOT A CREATIVE STREAK? Then check out the details below from the Warwick Artists’ Group Inc about their Eco Dying on Paper and Papermaking workshop with Sandra Pearce on 8 & 9 June 2019 at the Willi Street Studio, Warwick. For more information and to register, please contact Jill at Warwick Artists Group Inc. 21 Willi Street, Warwick, QLD 4370,
Register quickly and easily for the Deadly Thinking Community Workshop in Warwick on 14 May 2019. Come together with your community champions to learn about handling worries, and build your confidence around yarning about mental health Bookings are essential by May 7. Book here: //bit.ly/2PpONba and for more information, check out the attached flyer or contact Peta Boorman
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ASIST Training is in development to provide a culturally appropriate way of learning suicide first aid skills within our community. The program is a partnership between LivingWorks Australia and The University of Queensland INSIST Research Project. These workshops are FREE to attend and have been made possible by funding from Darling Downs and West
Headspace Warwick seeking young people aged between 12 – 25 years to be a part of their Youth Reference Group. What it is all about! What is in it for young people? Meet other young people passionate about youth mental health and well-being Receive training in mental health, alcohol and other drugs, media and relating to your specific interest