Australian Higher Education Academy
Thinking of a career in early childhood? Or perhaps you dream of becoming a nanny, travelling the globe and getting paid for it. The Australian Higher Education Academy (AHEA) is a registered training organisation, providing training and workshops in the following areas: Children’s Services (child care), Educational Support (teachers assistant), and Community Services (aged care).
One of the oldest private training organisations in WA, AHEA has always been at the forefront of training innovation. The pursuit of excellence and supporting the student are the main priorities.
“We ensure our students and trainees are provided with the best support and training possible. We have small class sizes and customised courses, with classes commencing at 9.30am and finishing by 2pm. This allows students to attend to their family responsibilities,” said principal, Mr Rob Black.
Courses commencing on 10th October: Child care – Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (10 places only) and Teacher Assistants – Certificate III in Education Support (8 places only)
Government fees and charges are reduced due to subsidies, but are expected to rise in 2017.
15/200 Wellington Street, East Perth
Phone 9321 0168
Classical Dance Studio
If you love to dance, then (CDS) is the place for you. Catering from ages 3 years to young adult, styles taught include Classical Ballet, Spanish and Contemporary.
For the more serious student, the opportunity to take internationally-recognised ballet examinations is offered annually. These school holidays, students will take part in a preparation course, ahead of exams in November. Exams are not for everyone, however, and CDS welcomes students who wish to take classes for pure enjoyment.
With an emphasis on building self-esteem and confidence while developing strong technique and artistry, CDS has been nurturing young dancers for over 20 years. The beautifully appointed main studio is located in O’Connor, with a branch in South Lake.
6/42 Ladner Street, O’Connor
Catherine 0411 241 651
or Nina 0412 833 428
Unleash Your Inner Creative Self
If you have dreamed of connecting with your inner creative self then the Freedom School of Painting may be just what you’re looking for. Working with multi-award winning artist David Giles, the fun program focuses on personal expression and participants are encouraged to be experimental and trust their intuition. The theme for this term is the four elements.
Suitable for all levels including complete beginners, the next 8-week term commences on 20/21/22 October. Choose your preferred day and time: Thursday, Friday or Saturday from 10am -1pm or 1.30pm – 4.30pm. Cost is $265 for the 8 week term.
Studio Ten, 10 & 11 Captains Lane, Fremantle.
Phone 0416 079 204
Free Range Therapy
Do you wake up feeling stiff and tired with tight, aching muscles? Have you had back or neck pain recently, or do you have a long-term chronic condition? Do you want to work in increased comfort and safety? Or do you want to look better, feel stronger and more flexible?
Free Range Therapy offers Pilates, therapeutic stretching, occupational therapy and ergonomics. Strengthen and stretch your body while improving posture and movement in a supportive, fun environment. Owner Judy McCarthy is an occupational therapist with over 30 years experience.
Class numbers are small, for personalised attention. Special Introductory Offer: Book 1 private and 3 group sessions for only $99.
16 Arundel Street Fremantle
9433 4243 or 0419 934 832
Helen O’Grady Drama Academy
Kids love drama. Why drama? Drama helps develop so many important life skills for our children, such as confidence, self-esteem, language development, social skills, self-expression and lots more! Weekly classes at the Helen O’Grady Drama Academy cater for 3 – 5 year olds, 5 – 8 year olds, 9 – 12 year olds and 13 – 17 year olds in over 50 suburbs throughout Perth.
Helen O’Grady’s unique program provides a stimulating, nurturing and exciting environment for your child to discover the joy and fun of drama! Classes include language skills, creative movement and music, improvisations, dance dramas, short scripts, production techniques and so much more!
Kids love drama and parents love the results! Classes fill fast, so ACT NOW and reserve a place for your child today!
Contact Kerry Jones
Phone 9446 6535
Email Kerry.Jones@helenogrady.net.au today
Fremantle Women’s Health & Wellbeing Day
Come along to the Fremantle Women’s Health and Wellbeing Day at the Hilton Community Centre (PCYC building) on Monday 17 October from 9.30am – 12.30pm. This free annual event is organised by BreastScreen WA, Fremantle Women’s Health Centre and The Meeting Place.
The day is aimed at providing women of all ages and cultural backgrounds with a wide range of health and wellbeing information. There will be lots of fun activities to try including Nuline Dancing, Zumba, Yoga and Meditation. Renowned wholefoods expert Jude Blereau will give a presentation on healthy food. A crèche is available and a delicious morning tea will be served. For catering purposes, please RSVP to Fremantle Women’s Health Centre on 9431 0500.
Fremantle Women’s Health & Wellbeing Day
Phone 9431 0500
Penny Lane’s Music Workshop
Penny Lanes Music Workshop is a well established music school with a fresh and unique approach. They are dedicated to teaching the students accelerated performance and learning skills.
Their programs cover theory, jamming, performance and ear training. They have multiple performance opportunities every year, for all ages. Their teachers are all locally based working musicians.
Learning from contemporaries is both inspiring and exciting for students, who are able to engage with teachers and music at gigs and online.
Penny Lane offers group and private tuition for drums, piano, guitar, vocal, mandolin and banjo. There’s even a rock school available to everyone – young and old. Penny Lane is also home to the Baba Lala toddler music program (1-5yo) so come along and be part of the fun!
1 Holdsworth St, Fremantle
Phone 0421 061 730
Singing Workshop with Jessie Vintila
Spend a morning in the bliss and buzz of singing harmonies in the lovely acoustics of Kidogo Arthouse, with internationally renowned choir director Jessie Vintila. Based in Byron Bay, Jessie conducts annual Sing the Camino Tours along the Camino Trail – the famous hiking route in Spain.
Jessie brings wonderful Spanish songs from the tour, her own folk and bluegrass arrangements and funky African American gospel, to get even first time singers letting loose with joy and confidence.
Jessie’s fun, skilled and passionate approach to group singing produces some amazing musical results! Bookings are essential: $35 for early bird (by 10 Oct) and $40 thereafter. Kidogo Arthouse Sunday 16 Oct 10am-1pm
Phone 0417 277 211