Can you believe it's almost the end of the year?!?!? We can't wait to see your smiling faces and celebrate with you at our Certificate Ceremony on December 9! All details on the poster below.
If you haven't joined one of our WELLvember events, get in quick... there are only three sessions to go! Don't miss "LEAVES, PATTERNS & LINES", our mindful artwork session tomorrow Thursday 25/11 and on the weekend we have TRANQUIL HEART THERAPY and POSITIVE NEUROPLASTICITY (both Saturday 27/11). Go to http://gealc.org.au/enrol-now/enrol/ to register!
COMING SOON... a special online event... presented by GEALC & Connect Health: "LIFE BEYOND LOCKDOWNS, Where To From Here? An opportunity to ask questions about living in a COVID-safe world"
Stay tuned for more details!
Do you need help setting up MyGov or getting your Proof of Vaccination? We can help you!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you need help.
As you know, we are here at GEALC to help and support you so if you need anything, please get in touch.
Stay Safe!! 🙂 Lindy
Don't forget to follow GEALC on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gleneiraadultlearning/
You are welcome to join this group, even if you have not been to previous sessions! Click the poster to register.
We ask all GEALC AMEP students to please complete the Individual Pathway Guide (IPG) Form.
This is a requirement for us to receive funding.
Click to complete (approximately 10-15 minutes): https://forms.office.com/r/ZGZ5hK0XjA You only need to complete the form once. Please contact Lindy if you have any difficulty with this.
GEALC'S GOOD NEWS STORY OF THE WEEK
COVID-SAFE LIVING & VACCINATION INFORMATION
Being double vaccinated is our ticket to safely getting back to the things we’ve loved and missed.
TO THOSE IN THE GEALC COMMUNITY WHO CELEBRATE CHANNUKAH...
AUSTRALIA RED CROSS FORUM FOR TEMPORARY VISA HOLDERS ABOUT ENERGY (ELECTRICITY & GAS)
*Tips for saving energy at home
*Payment plans and comparing providers
*Knowing your rights and how to make a complaint
*Other supports available
This session will be held online on Wednesday 8th December, 11am-12pm.
Please register your attendance via Eventbrite - they will follow up with an email invitation including a link to join the session.
VICTORIA POLICE SPECIAL PROJECT PREJUDICE MOTIVATED CRIMES
A prejudice motivated crime is any crime motivated by bias or hatred towards a person or a group. There are different types of crimes and incidents. The most important thing is for it to be reported to police.
If anyone is in immediate danger, a crime is currently occurring, or you require police attendance please call police on Triple Zero (000).
When there is no immediate danger:
report property damage motivated by prejudice (including graffiti or vandalism) up to $5000 by submitting an online report
report property damage motivated by prejudice for items of any value by calling our Police Assistance Line on 131 444