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Freshen Up! The inaugural Whau Youth Workers Symposium

May 31, 2019 at 2:38 PM

From the Whau Youth Providers Network, posted on the Community Waitakere Noticeboard

Registrations closing soon for Freshen Up! - the inaugural Whau Youth Workers Symposium - sign up at

Sharpen your skills, deepen your practice and strengthen your connections.

This full day training conference has been created for youth workers, leaders and mentors active (in paid and voluntary roles) in the Whau area, West and Central Auckland. All welcome.

Limited spaces available. No cost to participants. Delicious kai provided.

Funded by Te Tari Taiwhenua Department of Internal Affairs and brought to you by the Whau Youth Provider's Network with thanks to Generation Ignite and the Whau Local Board for their support.

Please see our programme sketch attached. A full programme and resource booklet will be given to participants on arrival on June 11th.

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