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ASIST Two Day Workshop to Learn Suicide First Aid Skills: Otara

ASIST: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training
This two day skills based, interactive workshop, prepares you to:
Identify person with thoughts of suicide
Intervene and support with confidence
Follow up on safety commitments, accessing further help as needed

Any adult might need these skills whether at work or at home. Kaumatua/Kuia, Nurses, Social Workers, Teachers, Emergency Services, Youth Workers, Ministers…you are welcome.

Otara
February 27 &28th, 2014
Address: 37 Rapson Road, Otara
Auckland
Registration
Fee $300 includes GST
Includes: Workbook, Wallet Card, Certificate
Morning and afternoon tea provided
08.30am – 04.30pm first day
08.30am – 04.30pm second day
To register: contact Josh Walmsley, details below
Fees must paid in full 7 days before the Workshop
A penalty fee will be charged if attendance is cancelled within the 7 day prior to Workshop

Contact Trainers: Joshua Walmsley Tel: (09) 2675921 or (021) 884387 Email: maiyas01@yahoo.nz
Elaine Loch elaine@suicidesafer.co.nz

Saving our people from taking their own lives, one person at a time.

Changes to Auckland Public Transport Network: Have Your Say South Auckland

Over the next few years Auckland Transport is moving to a simpler, more integrated new public transport network for Auckland.

The New Network will change the way people travel. It is a region wide public transport network which is proposed to deliver bus services at least every 15 minutes throughout the day, seven days a week on major routes between the hours of 7am to 7pm.

It will allow more passengers to simply ‘turn up and go’ rather than planning trips around a timetable, offering Aucklanders more flexible travel options over large parts of the city all day, every day.

Due to the scale of change, consultation and implementation for the New Network has been broken into several phases. The process is starting with South Auckland’s network and will soon begin consultation.

To help you understand what the New Network will mean for you, we’ve released a video guide. You can view it here: http://www.aucklandtransport.govt.nz/newnetwork

Have your say

Consulting on the New Network for public transport in South Auckland

Consultation runs from Wednesday 19 June to 4pm Friday 2 August.

To find out more, come along to an open day near you. Check out the dates and times below. Representatives will also be out and about in the streets and shopping centres sharing information too.

Other parts of Auckland will be consulted on over the next few years and detailed route maps for those areas will then be available. Between 19 June and 2 August only feedback on the Southern Network is being sought.

Locations Dates Times

Papakura Crossroads Church

  • 25 Broadway, Papakura Saturday
  • 13 July 10am to 5pm

Manurewa Library

  • 7 Hill Road, Manurewa Monday
  • 15 July 10am to 7pm

Mangere

  • Moana-nui-a-Kiwa Leisure Centre
  • 14 Waddon Place (Corner Mascot Ave and Waddon Place) Tuesday
  • 16 July 12 to 7.30pm

Papatoetoe Town Hall

  • 35 St George Street, Papatoetoe Wednesday
  • 17 July 10am to 8pm

Manukau

  • Manukau Room, Auckland Council Civic Building
  • 31 Manukau Station Road (formerly Wiri Station Road) Thursday
  • 18 July 10.30am to 8pm

Otara Market

  • Community Centre
  • Newbury Street, Otara Saturday
  • 20 July 7am to 4pm

Otahuhu Recreation Centre

  • Fairburn Reserve, 30 Mason Ave, Otahuhu Thursday
  • 25 July 10am to 7.30pm

Onehunga Community Centre

  • Jackson & Yates Room
  • 83 Church Street, Onehunga Saturday
  • 27 July 10am to 5pm

Southern New Network launch

Attend the consultation launch with Mayor Len Brown

To open the consultation and get things going, Mayor Len Brown will join the community at Mangere Town Centre. All are welcome, so come along to find out more about the New Network, and to be the first to have your say.

  • What:  Southern Consultation Launch
  • When:  10am to 5pm, Wednesday 19 June
  • Where:  Mangere Town Centre (in the mall)

The Mayor will be there from 2pm to 3pm

Akld Airport Grants Open

Auckland Airport Community Trust is now accepting applications for the 2012/13 Community Grants programme.

The Community Trust was established in 2003 to distribute charitable funds on behalf of Auckland International Airport Limited, and has awarded over $2million funding to date.

Community Grants are only available to organisations that operate projects which benefit communities within the Trust’s Area of Benefit.  The Area of Benefit is clearly defined by a map which can be viewed on the Trust’s website:  www.aucklandairportcommunitytrust.org.nz

In general terms, this area covers parts of the suburbs of Wiri, Mangere, Papatoetoe, Otara, East Tamaki, Flatbush and Whitford.  Applicants are strongly urged to check there alignment with the Area of Benefit before applying.

For the 2012/13 Community Grants programme, the Trust will continue its focus on supporting projects that support:

  • a) Literacy –  with a particular emphasis on projects or programmes which engage families in their children’s learning, including programmes which enhance the literacy levels of the adults involved
  • b)Life skills – in particular programmes or projects which build upon the Trust’s on-going investment in literacy development; and which build resilience within individuals, families and the community served by the Trust.

Applicants must be an incorporated society, charitable trust or otherwise have donee status.  A full guide to applying can be viewed on the Trust’s website.

Applications opened 12th December 2011 and will be accepted until 5pm on 31st March 2012.  Successful applicants will be notified in June 2012, and funds will be paid in January 2013 for projects to be delivered across the 2013 calendar year.

To apply, download an application form from the Trust’s website and return it as per the guidelines to: Administrator, Auckland Airport Community Trust, PO Box 59 023, Mangere Bridge 2151