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Courage to Grow

July 17, 2013 at 1:32 PM

This will be the last FVP Training Rosemary Nash will run for 2013. Courage to Grow will train on Preventing Violence in Families and Whanau

It is recommended for people from a wide range of services and educational levels and is paricularly relevant to those working under FVIARS contracts. The course will definitely go ahead, late registrations accepted until Friday 19th July 5pm.

Here is the flyer for more details of the July and August training dates in Papakura or email Rosemary or Phone 09 299 9879 or Mob 0274 058159

 





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