28 Hesse Street, Winchelsea (see map)
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9am to 2pm
Phone: 03 5267 2028
Email: reception@winchhouse.org.au

Winchelsea Community House
Activities

Adult Education

Brief Description of this Activity

We aim to provide a range and variety of adult education opportunities. These range from learning new skills to starting new hobbies - for example, computer basics, cooking, introduction to social media, first aid, food safety and much more.

Full Description of this Activity

One of our main objectives is to build community, get people interacting and engaged, and out of the house 😀.  Learning something new, for fun or for work, is great for mental health and making friends. Who knows where things will go?

So we're always looking for activities that you will find interesting - either for you to join in and learn, or maybe even for you to pass on your own skills, experience and knowledge.

It's important to note that all courses need to be self-funding, as we do not receive income to offer free courses. Most tutors are paid for their time & expertise, so the pricing for courses depends on what it costs to put on a course. For this reason, we do require minimum numbers before a course can proceed.

If there is a course you would like to see here, and especially if you have a skill that others may like to learn - please contact us at Winch House and we'll see if we can make it happen!

Exact dates and prices for some courses may be determined in consultation with those interested .

Find Out More

For any information or to express your interest in these courses please ring Winch House on (03) 5267 2028 or email to adulted@winchhouse.org.au

Child care while studying

Pre-accredited and accredited courses may be eligible for reduced price childcare.  Check with us for details.

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