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Short courses during winter?

By remains - 27 May 2010 8

I’m on my winter break from uni now and am looking to do a short course to keep me busy.

I’ve looked at all the CITace ones but none of them are tempting or work for me on the day they are on.

Does anyone know of any places other than CIT (and the colleges as they have combined forced) that are running short courses in cooking, computers or art for june/july. 

I’m interested in doing a dreamweaver course and know citace offers that but does anywhere else in canberra offer it?

It doesn’t have to be in june/july but it’d be fantastic if it was. i’m looking for something preferably belconnen or civic.

Thanks for any help.

[ED – Commenters should feel free to make this a general discussion on short courses.]

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Short courses during winter?
tvf 2:24 pm 03 Jun 10

p1 said :

Knifemaking?

How about learning to make a pocket knife?

Still a few places left on it.

bigfeet 7:05 pm 27 May 10

Pole Dancing? http://www.ispin.com.au/

(How do you do that blue linky thingie like P1 has done above me?)

Mr Evil 5:39 pm 27 May 10

Try the ANU’s Centre for Continuing Education – 6125 2892 or http://www.anu.edu.au/cce/index.php

p1 12:17 pm 27 May 10
Icepoet 11:48 am 27 May 10

Sammy said :

Pay me $100 and i’ll instruct you in the ways of doing my laundry, cleaning my kitchen, and mowing my lawn.

Sammy if you called it ‘Laundry Science, Kitchen Maintanence and Lawn Sculpting’ I’m sure you’d be inundated with ‘students’.

On a serious note though, I believe some of the individual colleges – such as Dickson College, Tuggeranong College and Canberra College also offer evening courses. I think they’re normally advertised in the paper (been a few years since I’ve seen an ad for them).

gospeedygo 11:44 am 27 May 10

There a metric ton of websites that will give you most of what you need to know for the basics

Alternately for probably less than any course you could order a book or two or three from Amazon such as:

http://www.amazon.com/Dreamweaver-CS4-Dummies-Janine-Warner/dp/0470345020/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1274924576&sr=8-3

Good luck.

Sammy 11:38 am 27 May 10

Pay me $100 and i’ll instruct you in the ways of doing my laundry, cleaning my kitchen, and mowing my lawn.

Bosworth 11:32 am 27 May 10

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