What's Going On this September

Course Completion: Compliments from Students

15 students from our Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care completed their course on 8 September 2017. We received the following email from one of them:

Dear Ms Jeannie Mok, 
Ms Susan Witham and Ms Maria Thomas, 
The course coordinator and admin officers, 
My name is Thu Huong Ngo (Haley), one of  the students in the Certificate III in  Early Childhood Education and Care, commenced in April 2017.  On behalf of all April Students in this course, I am writing to express our sincere thanks to all of you. 
First of all, our deepest thanks go to Ms Jeannie Mok, the Principal of the API, for her vision, fantastic educational philosophy that has significantly contributed to the success and wonderful image of the API. Thanks to this, the API has assisted a great number of peoples, most of whom are immigrants, in getting necessary qualifications for jobs. We all see her generosity and kindness that she extends for us. 
Moreover, we can not say 'thank' enough to Sue and Maria. They are wonderful teachers and assessors. They always care for us, listen to us and support us. We have never felt lonely in our past learning journey. We will also miss you, Sue. You inspire us to learn and to find our own way in our journey ahead. We miss you, Maria for your enthusiasm for the career, your work ethics and particularly your always support for us in job seeking. You are such an amazing person. 
More importantly, We would like to thank to all the staff who supported us during our study, Sylvia Yap, Sylvia Tiong and other staff. You all make us feel home here. 

Times does fly and we now completed the course. We have been feeling that we belong to this place and now sad to say 'goodbye'

We wish you all the best and continue to support us and other people in need. We are willing to contribute our parts in our great mission. 
On Behalf of 15 April Students

English Conversational Club at Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

A very happy group of MCC's English Conversational Club members & their families, Volunteer Teachers and Staff enjoyed a day out at the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers on 16 September 2017.

Developing and Growing Small Business Program (for Women)

MCC is offering FEE-FREE Developing and Growing Small Business Program, starting in October 2017 (Actual Start date to be advised). This year’s focus is QLD Culturally And Linguistically Diverse backgrounds WOMEN who:

  • Have no business experience (20 seats available) OR
  • Have a small business (10 businesses), but require input on how to improve their business

All classes will be held on Saturday only. Click here for more information.

Please email leo@mccbrisbane.org to inquire/ apply.

Recruiting Now! Paid Workskill Traineeship

A 20-weeks full-time paid traineeship to organise the annual Technicolour Christmas Night Market and Technicolour Chinese New Year Night Market.

Trainees will:

  • earn a BSB10115 Certificate I in Business qualification (Training provided by Asian Pacific Institute (RTO: 6153))
  • gain practical experience in organising Technicolour night market events
  • receive fortnightly wages for a range of work skills that can be included in resumes
  • receive a mix of career advice, job preparation skills and foundation skills
Eligibility criteria applies. Click here for more information.

Email your Resume and Cover Letter to info@mccbrisbane.org before 2nd October 2017.

Video Program for Nepalese Youth

A short program to teach Nepalese youth how to use cameras to video record their community events. This is part of the Youth Activities for the Settlement Services Program (SSP) which is funded by the Department of Social Services. To held on 23 September, 10am to 1pm at Diverciti Centre.

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