Introduction to Beekeeping

This is an introductory course designed for those who are wanting to develop skills and confidence to manage bees and beehives either for personal development or leading to further training in a Certificate III in Beekeeping, or an employment pathway. The course will comprise both theory and practical sessions. Participants will learn about bee life cycles, identifying parts of the hive, hive construction, smoker operation, regulations and safety, pest and disease management, site assessment, bio-security, inspections, swarm prevention, and honey extraction.

This course will run for six weeks held over four evening sessions and 2 daytime sessions

Date: Tuesday-1st Feb – 22nd Feb (4 sessions)
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Date: Saturday-12th and 19th February (2 sessions)
Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm
Cost: Funded – $180.00
Concession – $150.00
Venue: NCLC – 99 Melville St, Numurkah

Digital Photography for Beginners

Would you like to know more about your camera and photography?

This course covers:

  • Sourcing everyone’s camera manual to suit their specific camera
  • Discovering your photography style and genre’
  • Introduction to the exposure triangle (shutter speed, aperture & ISO)
  • Composition – lighting
  • Photo imaging software & apps
  • Photoshoot locations
  • Online platform and in class presentations
  • Camera gear and equipment available
  • Both DSLR and Mobile Phones are welcome

Classes will be delivered both in the classroom and at locations around the Numurkah township.

Date: Sunday 13th March – 8th May
(No Classes 17th and 24th April)
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Cost: Funded: $100.00 Concession: $80 (7 sessions)
Venue: 13 Murray Avenue, Numurkah

Introduction to Horticulture

This course is designed to not only help you learn skills for entry into a full certificate course in horticulture but will show you ways to grow food in your home garden which you can use to make $$$ from sales at markets and stalls. Saving the planet and saving money at the same time is the benefit of knowing when and what to grow in your home garden. This is a great chance to learn in a local environment.

Date: Thursday 3rd February – 7th April (10 sessions)
Time: 9.30am – 2.30pm
Cost: Funded – $50.00
Concession – $40.00
Venue: 13 Murray Avenue Community House & Garden

Food Redi Course

The Food Redi program helps you to save money on food shopping and eat healthily. With hands-on guidance on preparing and cooking easy and delicious meals.

Date: To be confirmed
Time: 11:30am – 2.30pm
Cost: Funded – $45.00
Concession – $35.00
Venue: NCLC – 99 Melville St, Numurkah