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1st aid course, Saturday 25 May 2013

Last post 20-05-2013, 9:58 PM by achim. 2 replies.
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  •  27-04-2013, 2:18 PM 6529

    1st aid course, Saturday 25 May 2013

    Hi all!

    VUWTC is running a 1st aid course (well with a little help from the Rec Centre and St John).
    (a handout is here.) The hard facts first:

    fabulous 80 NZD or less (see below)
    on Saturday, 25 May 2013
    from 9:30AM to 5:30PM
    in the Yoga Room of the Rec Centre on Kelburn Campus

    Please sign up using this form.

    This course will cover units 26551 and 26552, that are the certificates your NZ employer will love!
    (check out NZQA website or St John for details.)


    We've booked a full course (20 places) for us and are keen on getting it filled up soon. That's why we offer the course for soooo few bugs.
    If you think, 80 NZD are too much for this, you are welcome to compare and tell us the result Wink.

    Depending on the success of a grant application the price likely to be reduced even more. You (being VUWTC member & student, details to be cleared) will get the reduction no matter when you've sign up.

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  •  20-05-2013, 6:58 PM 6530 in reply to 6529

    Re: 1st aid course, Saturday 25 May 2013

    I just sent an info mail to everyone having singed up for this course. If I missed you, please contact me directly (Achim <dot> Gaedke <at> gmail <dot> com).

    Any further signups will go on a waiting list.

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  •  20-05-2013, 9:58 PM 6532 in reply to 6530

    Re: 1st aid course, Saturday 25 May 2013

    Just to clarify, this course is subsidized in 3 ways:

    * by the uni having a special agreement with St John and providing the rooms
    * by the tramping club willing to carry the deficit this event might create. So we are in the position to divide the full costs by the limit number of participants and hope to get the course fully booked.

    * by the clubs grant money, which comes from the student services levy.

    That's the price students pay - it's their money.

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