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May 2019 Newsletter
Laying of wreaths on Anzac Day by MCC's Director (Volunteer) Mrs. Jeannie Mok OAM at the Sunnybank RSL and the Australian- Chinese War Memorial erected by the Chinese Community.
Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability, Ageing)
Enrolment is open for our next intake for our Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability & Ageing). This course is scheduled to commence on the 24th July 2019. Our current Certificate III in Individual Support course students are now preparing to start their industry placements. If you would like to start a career in aged care or disability care, give us a call today! Our courses are held at 23 Foster St, Newmarket. Limited places available so hurry and sign up today! No Cost to eligible participants. (Other conditions apply).
Contact MCC Project Coordinators at 07 3257 1868 or email to enrol.
This Skilling Queenslanders for Work (SQW) project is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government.
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care

Are you thinking about a Career in Early Childhood Education and Care? Do you love to be around children all the time?  If this is you, then this course is for you! We are accepting Expressions of Interest for our next intake for the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care course! Give us a call today and talk to us about how to enrol. No Cost to eligible participants. (Other conditions apply). 
Contact MCC Project Coordinators on 07 32571868 or email to enrol in the next intake.
This Skilling Queenslanders for Work (SQW) project is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government.
English Conversation Club
Please come and join the thriving club that meets at MCC every Thursday from 10.00am to 12.00pm. Our club members are mostly new migrants who cherish the opportunity to learn and practise conversing in English. Please come along and join us at 23 Foster Street, Newmarket.

These fun-filled classes are led by our dedicated team of volunteers -  Evelyn Wong, Evelyn Kuan, Lisa Ho, Kim Bott, Debra Chen, Micheal Chung and Daniel Murphy and coordinated by Sylvia Yap, Sylvia Tiong and Janis Maino. More volunteers and club members are welcomed. 
For further information, please contact MCC at 07 32571868. 
What happened in April

Every year MCC offers a 'Developing and Growing Small Businesses' Program which is funded by the Multicultural Affairs Queensland. This program provides non- accredited training, to migrants to learn how to set up and run a small business in Australia. This year we had 20 participants undergo the program. After weeks of intense training they completed the program and had their graduation ceremony on April 11, 2019. Present at the graduation was the Director of Multicultural Affairs Queensland Julie McDougall, MCC's Director(Volunteer) Mrs. Jeannie Mok OAM and Project Coordinator Leonardo Leguizamon. Warm congratulations to our new graduates of the DGSB Program.
Multicultural Event Work Skills Traineeship

A team of 12 Trainees commenced their traineeship program on the 29 April 2019. They will  be organizing one of MCC's biggest events of the year, The Technicolour Multicultural Festival! We have a very multicultural group that hails from various parts of the world: China, Colombia, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, Liberia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Singapore and Taiwan.The team will be led by Project Coordinators Meskerem Amdework and Sylvia Tiong. We would like to  welcome the new Trainees!

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